Best Denver Hotels for Events

17 Jul Best Denver Hotels for Events

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Summertime in the Mile High is sizzling with festivals and events. Here are five hotels to choose from if you plan on staying in Denver for an upcoming vacation. Whether you are in town for business or pleasure I have scouted a hotel to fit your needs.

Performing Arts District

Hotel Teatro is in the heart of the performing arts districts. This elegant hotel is across from the Denver Performing Arts Center and less than a quarter of mile from the Boettcher Concert Hall and Ellie Caulkins Opera House. This boutique spot is the obvious choice for a romantic weekend getaway. Award-winning Chef and Restaurateur Kevin Taylor operates two fine dining restaurants in Hotel Teatro, PRIMA Ristorante and his signature Restaurant Kevin Taylor. The convenient location makes it easy to access 16h Street Mall as well as the incredible selection of entertainment.

For the Business Traveler

To stay connected and still near the pace of Denver, consider staying at the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. Business guests will appreciate the onsite business center, expansive meeting space, and close proximity to the Colorado Convention Center.

Spacious and updated rooms make for an enjoyable and comfortable stay. Bring your swimming suit and enjoy soaking in the indoor heated swimming pool. The exercise room is also open 24/7 if a meeting runs late! The hotel’s Altitude Restaurant also serves savory American cuisine.


Luxury Hotel

If price is no option, let us introduce you to the ever so elegant Four Seasons situated at 14th and Arapahoe. Urban design combines with the natural beauty of Colorado making this hotel a resort experience. Oversized windows highlight sweeping Rocky Mountain views. Don’t miss the spa sanctuary and Denver’s premier rooftop pool terrace. Just steps from your hotel room you will find the EDGE Restaurant. This contemporary steakhouse features a varied menu to meet your needs for lunch or dinner. Patio seating is also available.

Stylish Hotel

The Hotel Monaco is anything but a cookie cutter hotel. Velvety fabrics, intricate designs and bold colors make this hotel an absolute original stand out. It’s in the heart of Denver, just a block from the 16th Street pedestrian mall and a few steps from Union Station. The award winning Panzano Restaurant serves Northern Italian cuisine, and the on-site Veda-Renaissance spa can help you unwind. There is also a mini-bar, 24-hour room service, fitness center and pet friendly accommodations.

Historic Hotel

The Brown Palace, one of the first hotels in Denver, still anchors the corner of 17th Street and Broadway with a noticed elegance. The hotel shows off historically decorated rooms with modern amenities. One of the most noted points in the hotel is the sweeping eight story atrium lobby. Also consider signing up for a high tea or spoiling yourself with a massage from the lavish spa. The hotel was built in 1892; watch out – there have been rumors of hauntings!