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321 17th St, Denver, CO | Directions 8020239.744062 -104.987765
Mon-Sat 9am-9pmSun 9am-6pm
Neighborhoods: Central Business District, Central Business District (CBD), Northwest Denver
Life of luxury – WOW! A completely amazing experience! I don't know words that can describe how great this place is. It is so beautiful and relaxing. My massage with Darcy was incredible, and the facial left me looking better than I ever have. I even topped it off with a pedicure because I felt like a whole new person. I was pampered like a queen, you must go here it will make you forget about a bad week.
Expect antique furnishings, Old-World service and a nine-story atrium topped with its original stained-glass ceiling. – The Scene
Opened in 1892, this wedge-shaped sandstone and granite building has hosted princes and presidents, Hollywood actors and rock stars. It has been completely modernized over the years, but always with an eye to preserving its history.
Each of the 241 rooms has thick terry robes and down comforters. Other amenities include complimentary high-speed Internet access, 24-hour room service, twice-daily maid service, a full-time concierge and a well-equipped fitness center. The art-deco staterooms on the eighth and ninth floors are a little more costly, but a lot bigger than the hotel's other doubles. Several of the 25 suites, all with fireplaces, are named after their famous occupants, such as President Eisenhower and the Beatles. Every afternoon, English tea is served in the atrium lobby. Sundays, both out-of-towners and locals enjoy the Dom Perignon Sunday brunch.
Dogs, I wanted a hotel for people – Great historic hotel and rooms. However, not the quietest place. If you like dogs, dog hair in the room, a dog on your bedspread prior to your stay, and dog lying on the chair prior to your stay, and oh yes, a barking dog once in awhile, this is your place. I like a clean room free of pets. I don't want to even think about some dogs butt on my bedspread or chair, uhh. The management should put the pets and owners on one floor and let them enjoy themselves. Oh did I add, barking dogs on ocassion. Great location to downtown but I'm not going back (unless I bring a dog along).
The Best Hotel in Denver! – This historic hotel has all the amenities anyone would want and more! Their restaurants were spectacular and afternoon tea is a must attend. If you are looking for a place to stay in Denver, this is where you should go!
The Best Hotel in Denver – Wonderfully romantic and full of nostalgia. Will always go back when I'm in Denver.
Don't go for New Years Eve!!! – It is truly a pity that such a beautiful hotel, with an amazing history, is robbing people at New Years Eve. $743 for one of the best packages available, a great room, a horrid dinner, and the gall to have a CASH BAR! The room and view were very nice, although I couldn't open the window, as the room was ungodly hot. Dinner was the biggest disappointment in the Palace Arms. A tiny starter, inedible, a salad that looks like 4 leaf clovers, and a small piece of steak, that was like chewing rubber. The kicker was the cash bar, $5-6 for a pitiful drink after paying $743 dollars for a nights package. The Radisson was $300 per couple and had an open bar. Please dont waste your money.
Class and romance all the way! – The Brown Palace should be rated the number one romantic hotel in the Denver area. The opulance is everwhere, from the grand atrium to the lovely rooms. Couples can enjoy a walk though downtown and sip champagne with afternoon tea.
There is no comparison between the Brown Palace and the Inverness Hotel. Please don't include business people's ratings of wonderful golf with romance.
Wonderful!!! – A wonderful hotel with fabulous service. The rooms are exquisite and the restaurants are top notch. A real luxury experience in the Heart of Denver.
The Grande Dame of Denver – My wife & I spent our wedding night at the Brown Palace, before heading out for our honeymoon the next day.
We hosted an impromptu after-party at the Ship's Tavern, with about 25 friends & family. One waitress was able to handle the comings & goings, and get everyone's order delivered.
Our room was a high-floor suite. Very romantic! Champange was awaiting us in our room. Every request was handled promptly and graciously.
The suite life – Although I cannot compare my experiences of luxury hotels to much, of what I have experienced, this is the absolute best. We stayed there for our wedding night and by some stroke of nature, we were upgraded to the Presidental Suite. While the suite itself was large and full of hidden surprises, the hotel itself was grand and historic. I cannot say enough about the service, the ammenities and the atmosphere. Definitely one of the best in the west.
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