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Renovated in 1995, the Holtze Hotel is the result of a nearly USD20 million facelift of the American National Bank Building: one of downtown's oldest buildings. The hotel is equipped with one and two bedroom suites, perfect for extended stays, with full kitchens and dining rooms. Some rooms are available with views of lively 17th Street, while others overlook an atrium with a waterfall. Menus and room service are available from nearby restaurants.
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.
The Grand Hyatt Denver has some of the most spacious rooms in the Mile High City. The hotel is located downtown, near many of the major attractions, and it is in the heart of the booming business district. The fireside terrace's lobby bar features a beautiful sandstone fireplace that stretches 14 feet in the air. The hotel's concierge staff and meeting planners aid in chalking out plans for excursions and gatherings. The hotel's enticing mini resorts are a great way to enjoy the fresh mountain air without having to step out of the hotel.
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.
Located two blocks from the Convention Center and a mere half block from Larimer Square and the 16th Street Mall, the Curtis Hotel is the ideal spot for business travelers looking for luxury. The spacious rooms offer the best in urban designs and the mountain views from the upper floors are amazing. No car is needed if you plan on staying inside the city. Free 16th Street bus shuttles run every few minutes and will place you, if desired, within three blocks of Coors Field.
Located across from the Denver Performing Arts Complex, this hotel originally served as a trolley barn for the Denver Tramway Company. Built in 1911, the red brick building is detailed in a Renaissance revival style, including white terra cotta and black wrought iron. The hotel has an opulent interior complete with Indonesian sandstone and Italian marble. The rooms exude sophistication and include everything from stylish working spaces to fine art decorating the walls. For top-of-the-line accommodation in Denver, head to Hotel Teatro—the city's only boutique hotel. To enhance the theatre feel, this hotel has incorporated paintings and photographs of past theatrical productions. You will find the rooms swathed in luxurious fabrics from around the world; and the 12-foot ceilings further add to the hotel's grandeur. If you're in town for business, you'll be pleased to know that Teatro has elegant and well-equipped conference rooms. For a truly pampered and exclusive stay, Denver's Hotel Teatro is the answer.