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Best Historic Hotels in Denver

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Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast Inn

Occupying a pair of 1800s Victorian homes, both listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place for a romantic weekend getaway. Each room is beautifully done up and features a private bath, and a wealth of period antiques and fresh flowers. A gourmet breakfast greets guests each morning, and evening beverages include wine and spiced apple cider. The inn is within walking distance (15 minutes) of LoDo. They believe in eco-friendliness and the inn recycles, re-uses and is 100% waste-free. The green and clean surroundings of the inn make the stay here pleasurable, pleasing and relaxing.

Denver, CO, United States
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The Oxford Hotel

Built in 1891, the Oxford Hotel, situated next to Union Station in LoDo, has endured more ups and downs than a roller coaster. The hotel, designed by Frank E. Brooke, renowned architect of the Brown Palace, served Denver's early Silver Boom. After a long history of booms and busts, including a lengthy spell on skid row, the hotel has again emerged as the city's premier destination for business travelers.

Denver, CO, United States
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Courtyard Marriot Downtown Denver

Housed in the old Joslin's Building, the Courtyard Downtown is located on the 16th Street Mall in the center of downtown. Here you are just steps away from some of the best restaurants, shops and attractions in the city, including the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The rooms are designed for business travelers and feature work desks and the all-important computer hook up.

Denver, CO, United States
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The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, Autograph Collection

Denver's most famous and recognizable hotel has been around since 1892. It's superbly designed exterior facade is a landmark of beauty, but fails to prepare the imagination for its stately interior of Victorian charm and old colonial flair. Its downtown location and luxurious accommodations have made it a favorite of celebrities and politicians since the late 1800s. Almost all of the United States presidents since Teddy Roosevelt have stayed at least one night in the Brown Palace, as have Elvis Presley and the Emperor of Japan.

Denver, CO, United States
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Lumber Baron Inn and Gardens

Furnished with antique décor, rooms at this bed and breakfast also feature a spa bath. Breakfast is served daily. It is 2.4 km from Pepsi Center Every room is equipped with a flat-screen TV. Certain units have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. All rooms come with a private bathroom equipped with a bath or shower. Colorado Convention Center is 3.5 km from Lumber Baron and Gardens, while 16th Street Mall is 2.5 km from the property. The nearest airport is Denver International Airport, 31 km from the property.

Denver, CO, United States
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