Need recs for luxury hotels in Denver? We’re breaking down four of the top choices across Downtown Denver’s best neighborhoods.
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What’s the best area of Denver to stay in?
Our guide to where to stay in Denver answers this question in detail, but cool Downtown neighborhoods like River North (a.k.a. RiNo) and Lower Downtown (or LoDo) are favorites among locals and travelers alike.
4 of the most luxurious hotels in Denver
Read on for four of the best hotels in Denver.
1. Four Seasons Hotel Denver: a ritzy, contemporary choice in the center of Downtown
Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Denver
Whether you’re visiting Denver for a weekend (see our 3-day Denver itinerary) or an extended workcation, Four Seasons Hotel Denver promises exquisite accommodations and amenities with a top-notch location in Downtown’s Theater District.
Rooms range from massive guestrooms to multi-bedroom, apartment-style suites — the best of which feature stunning views of the Denver skyline and distant mountains.
The hotel’s in-house restaurant / bar, EDGE, features an elevated, locally sourced menu, and there’s also a spa with a variety of treatments, including hot-stone massages, cold-therapy facials and more.
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2. The Source Hotel: one of the coolest, uniquely designed hotels in Denver's RiNo neighborhood
Image courtesy of The Source Hotel
Super stylish with a unique blend of Scandinavian and Japanese influences, The Source is located near many of Denver’s best breweries, art galleries and other cool sights. Whereas Four Seasons Hotel Denver goes all in on contemporary elegance, The Source — which is still very much a luxury hotel — has more of a hip, youthful appeal.
Pro tip: the rooftop bar scene offers great views, bites and brews. In fact, there are over 20 craft options on tap.
(P.S.: if you’re especially interested in boutique, check out this guide.)
Fora Perks at The Source:
$25 hotel / resort credit.
Welcome treat in room on arrival.
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3. The Ramble: 17th-century French Salon meets 2020s-luxury at this cool Denver hotel
With decor and a theme self-described as having taken “inspiration from Madame Rambouillet’s French Salons of the 17th century,” The Ramble emphasizes sophistication and old-school-cool glamor. The vibe here is unique, artful and interesting.
Per its owners, The Ramble aspires to be more than a luxury hotel in Denver. It also serves as an engaging social space that fits well among River North’s trendy streets.
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4. The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton: a solid choice near many of Denver's best museums
While not as luxurious as the Denver hotels we’ve covered so far, The Art Hotel boasts a fun, bold and vibrant theme. Curated local artwork fills the hotel’s corridors and rooms, and many of the city’s top museums — like the Clyfford Still Museum and Denver Art Museum — are within easy walking distance.
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This is far from an exhaustive list of the best luxury hotels in Denver. Want tailored recs and more options? Connect with Fora to plan and book your trip, and we’ll help you find a hotel that perfectly fits your budget and preferences. Plus, we can hook you up with expert travel suggestions (like the best hikes near Denver) and one-on-one support just in case anything goes wrong. It’s like having a friend on the inside.
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