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12 Popular Boutique Hotels in Denver

With a stunning backdrop of the snow-capped Rocky Mountains, Denver is the perfect base for exploring Colorado’s natural wonders. While hiking and skiing are top outdoor pursuits in the Mile High City, Denver is also known for its landmark 19th-century buildings, upscale eateries, boutique shops and iconic cultural attractions, such as the Denver Art Museum and Larimer Square.

With over 400 million annual visitors to HotelsCombined, we’ve found the most popular boutique hotels in Denver. Housed in former banks, train stations and 100-year-old city landmarks, these boutique properties shed the cookie-cutter mould, offering distinct luxury with individually-designed rooms, inviting cocktail lounges, art collections and unique perks like complimentary Go Pros and yoga mats. 

Halcyon, a hotel in Cherry Creek

Halcyon, a hotel in Cherry Creek, Boutique Hotels in Denver

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Halcyon, a hotel in Cherry Creek is the ultimate “non-hotel”, offering an impressive collection of art, record players and board games as well as a bar called Kitchen Counter where you check in. Swim in the pool before indulging in Asian cuisine at Departure Restaurant + Lounge, then unwind with a drink at the chic rooftop bar, Elevated.

Rent a Vespa to cruise the Cherry Creek North area, which boasts leafy parks, art galleries and shopping centres. Retreat to a Den Room with its king-size bed, Nespresso coffee machine and Smart TV or upgrade to a Terrace room for a private outdoor terrace. The two-storey Presidential Suite boasts views of downtown Denver from its furnished terrace and oversized soaking tub.

Hotel Highlights

  • Complimentary Go Pros, yoga mats and outdoor equipment in the Gear Garage.
  • A happy hour and exclusive rum tastings in Kitchen Counter.
  • The Tomahawk Ribeye steak and Bone-in Sirloin at Quality Italian restaurant.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 174 – USD 308
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 245 North Columbine Street, Cherry Creek, Denver, United States

The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton

The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton

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Boasting art-curated accommodations, The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton is nestled in the city’s Golden Triangle Creative District. Stay in the Canvas Room for an Illy espresso machine, flat-screen TV and walls adorned in commissioned artwork or upgrade to a Museum View Suite for city vistas and a king-size pillowtop bed with goose down pillows.

Art lovers can admire the 22,000-LED-light art installation in the hotel’s lobby, while farm-to-table cuisine is served at the on-site restaurant, Fire. You can enjoy city views with an artful cocktail from the rooftop Fire Terrace, which also offers live entertainment and tasteful nibbles. Want to mingle with like-minded art enthusiasts? Attend the monthly Final Friday Art Walk to explore art galleries and museums in the neighbourhood.

Hotel Highlights

  • The seating areas with fire pits at Fire Terrace.
  • The mountain views and spacious sitting area in the Mountain View Suite.
  • A five-minute walk from the Denver Art Museum.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 206 – USD 381
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: 201 Broadway, Denver, Colorado, United States

Hotel Teatro

Hotel Teatro, Boutique Hotels in Denver

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Located in a 20th-century Renaissance Revival building, Hotel Teatro is a boutique property next to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The Superior Queen room offers a Simmons Beautyrest mattress, deep-soaking tub and Keurig coffee maker, while the opulent Chancellor’s Suite also includes a cosy fireplace, floor-to-ceiling rainforest shower and 130 square meters of living space.

Enjoy award-winning farm-to-table cuisine at The Nickel, then unwind with a drink in The Study bar and lounge, where you’ll find floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and leather sofas. You can also visit The Barrel Bar for barrel-aged cocktails. Travelling with your furry friend? Dogs receive complimentary accommodations and can enjoy a “Pawdicure” at a nearby spa.

Hotel Highlights

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: USD 165 – USD 364
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 1100 14Th Street, Downtown Denver, Denver, United States

Kimpton Hotel Monaco Denver

Kimpton Hotel Monaco Denver

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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Denver is bold and inviting with its living-room lobby, nightly wine social hour and impeccable service. You’ll find boldly designed rooms with luxury linens, gourmet mini bars and yoga mats, while the specialty suites add separate living areas, large work desks and king-size beds. Celebrating something special? Stay in the romantic Spa Guestroom with One King Bed for a luxurious soaking tub.

Enjoy authentic Italian cuisine at the on-site Panzano or happy-hour specials at Panzano Bar. Get pampered at VEDA Salon & Spa, which features four treatment rooms and a sauna. You can also walk 10 minutes to Larimer Square, Denver’s most historic block filled with independent shops, bars and restaurants.

Hotel Highlights

  • The 17th Street views, wet bar and studio-style layout in the Luxury Suite.
  • Chakra balancing massages, hair colouring services and facials at the on-site spa.
  • A 15-minute walk from Union Station.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 166 – USD 254
Guest Rating: 9
Address: 1717 Champa St, Downtown Denver, Denver, United States

The Oxford Hotel

The Oxford Hotel, Boutique Hotels in Denver

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The Oxford Hotel is an iconic Denver landmark that first opened its doors in 1891. The Superior Classic room features Art Deco or Victorian details in addition to a flat-screen TV, mini bar and pillow-top mattress, while the posh Junior Suite also includes a separate living area, sleeper sofa and views of downtown Denver.

Admire the hotel’s classic artwork, then dine on signature dishes like classic ribeye steak at Urban Farmer. Soak up the glamour of the Prohibition era in Denver’s most historic bar, The Cruise Room, where you can enjoy martinis, gimlets and Manhattans, then visit The Oxford Club, Spa & Salon for soothing spa services and beauty treatments. 

Hotel Highlights

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 188 – USD 259
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 1600 17th Street, LoDo, Denver, United States

Aloft Denver Downtown

Aloft Denver Downtown

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Sitting a block from the Colorado Convention Center, Aloft Denver Downtown offers modern rooms with LCD TVs, coffee makers and mini fridges. The Guest Room, Two Queen is ideal for families or groups, while the spacious Savvy Suite 1 King boasts floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning city views.

Warm up by the fireplace in the lobby lounge or play a game of pool. HotelsCombined visitors love the W XYZ Bar, which offers live music throughout the week, while the 24-hour re:fuel by Aloft restaurant serves quick bites. The hotel is a short walk from the 24-hour Leela European Cafe coffee shop and Sam’s No. 3 diner, which serves burgers and burritos.

Hotel Highlights

  • A selection of savoury and healthy snacks available from the 24-hour pantry re:fuel by Aloft.
  • The free weights, cardio equipment and mats in the 24-hour fitness centre.
  • Only two kilometres from Elitch Gardens Theme and Water Park.

Star Rating: 3*
Price: USD 149 – USD 335
Guest Rating: 8
Address: 800 15th Street, Downtown Denver, Denver, United States

Magnolia Hotel Denver a Tribute Portfolio Hotel

Magnolia Hotel Denver a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Boutique Hotels in Denver

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Housed in the former American National Bank, Magnolia Hotel Denver a Tribute Portfolio Hotel is a boutique property that’s been restored to reflect its original beauty when it first opened in 1910. The Guest Room, 1 King is the most economical choice with a king-size bed, coffee maker and TV with premium channels, while the 1 Bedroom Suite offers a loft-like layout with a separate living area.

No visit would be complete without a visit to Harry’s Bar & Grille, which offers hand-crafted cocktails and made-to-order dishes that can be served in the comfort of your room. Work out in the on-site fitness centre or explore the nearby attractions, such as 16th Street Mall, the Theatre District and Paramount Theatre.

Hotel Highlights

  • Complimentary beer and wine receptions and evening cookies.
  • The hotel’s original architectural masonry details and historic clock on its exterior.
  • A five-minute walk from the Pepsi Center multipurpose arena.

Star Rating: 3*
Price: USD 108 – USD 372
Guest Rating: 8.6
Address: 818 17Th Street, Downtown Denver, Denver, United States

Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel

Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel

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Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel is housed in the former Colorado National Bank building, which dates back to 1915. Standard Guest Rooms come with king-size beds, writing desks and mini fridges, while Club Level rooms add extra perks like a plush sofa and sitting area as well as a private access floor to the Club Lounge. 

Admire the hotel’s 16 original murals created in 1925 by famous Colorado Muralist Allen Tupper True, then visit the on-site restaurant, Range, for Rocky Mountain West-inspired cuisine. Pick up coffee and sweets at illy Cafe or kick back at Teller Bar with a local beer or craft cocktail. Celebrating something special? Walk 10 minutes to Corridor 44 in Larimer Square, an elegant champagne bar and ideal date-night spot. 

Hotel Highlights

  • The separate living and dining area and city views in the Luxury 1 Bedroom Suite.
  • Original bank vaults used for private dining and meetings.
  • A 15-minute walk from the bars and clubs in Larimer Square.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 157 – USD 191
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 918 17th Street, Downtown Denver, Denver, United States

The Crawford Hotel

The Crawford Hotel, Boutique Hotels in Denver

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One of Denver’s most iconic hotels, The Crawford Hotel is housed in the legendary Denver Union Station. Relive the golden era of train travel in the Pullman Guest Rooms, which feature custom Art Deco furnishings and vintage train advertisements. Stay in the lavish Crawford Suite for a chandeliered dining room, five-metre-high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the rail line.

On-site perks range from complimentary scoops of ice cream at Milkbox Ice Creamery to craft beer at Terminus Bar and Tesla transportation within a three-kilometre radius of the hotel. Union Station has connections to the University of Colorado and Denver International Airport, while award-winning restaurants and shops are metres away.

Hotel Highlights

  • The hotel’s one-hour tours of the station highlighting its rich history.
  • Access to a nearby spa and 24-hour fitness centre.
  • A 10-minute walk from the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 259 – USD 329
Guest Rating: 9.4
Address: 1701 Wynkoop Street, LoDo, Denver, United States

Kimpton Hotel Born

Kimpton Hotel Born, Boutique Hotels in Denver

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Kimpton Hotel Born is a boutique hotel in the vibrant LoDo neighbourhood, featuring a modern alpine aesthetic and 200 rooms boasting pine headboards, leather furnishings, wood-panelled walls and original artwork. Stay in a budget-friendly King Deluxe for a king-size bed and flat-screen TV or admire the hand-selected art in the luxurious Centennial Suite, which also features a wet bar, dining table and 91 square metres of living space. 

Mingle with travellers at the hotel’s happy hour, then dig into mesquite-fired mussels, house-prepared charcuterie boards and wood-fire grilled meats at Citizen Rail. Cruise the neighbourhood on a complimentary bike from reception, then browse vendors selling fresh local produce at the nearby Union Station Farmers Market.

Hotel Highlights

  • A daily hosted wine reception and complimentary coffee and tea.
  • An all-Italian wine list and fresh pasta dishes at Tavernetta.
  • The floor-to-ceiling windows with Rocky Mountain views and deep-soaking tub in the Alpine Corner King Spa room.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 174 – USD 381
Guest Rating: 9.5
Address: 1600 Wewatta Street, LoDo, Denver, United States

Le Méridien Denver Downtown

Le Méridien Denver Downtown

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A short walk from the Arts District, Le Méridien Denver Downtown blends European influence with modern decor. Stay in the Deluxe rooms, which feature mountain or city views as well as flat-screen TVs, floor-to-ceiling windows, king-size beds and 24-hour room service. Even locals flock to the hotel’s 54Thirty bar for a craft cocktail, as it’s the highest open-air bar in Denver.

The hotel’s unique Unlock Art program offers the chance to experience cultural attractions, such as the Clyfford Still Museum. Unwind at The Hub, the hotel’s chic lobby area, then enjoy a sparkling cocktail or shared plate at The Lobbyist Bar. For a change of scenery, drive to nine hectares of themed gardens in Denver Botanic Gardens.

Hotel Highlights

  • The signature eclairs and illy coffee at The Lobbyist Bar.
  • A rooftop Fitness Center with 24-hour access.
  • A 20-minute drive from Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 208 – USD 265
Guest Rating: 9.6
Address: 1475 California Street, Downtown Denver, Denver, United States

Hotel Indigo Denver Downtown

Hotel Indigo Denver Downtown, Boutique Hotels in Denver

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Nestled in the heart of the Union Station neighbourhood, Hotel Indigo Denver Downtown boasts unique features like sliding barn doors and spa-style bathrooms in its stylish rooms and suites. Standard rooms feature soundproof windows, flat-screen TVs, mini fridges and Keurig coffee makers, while spacious suites include separate sitting areas and sofas.

Pull up a seat at Hearth & Dram, the hotel’s modern-day saloon and restaurant offering rustic American fare and more than 350 varieties of whiskey, bourbon and rye. You can work off your holiday indulgence at the modern fitness room or drive to the fascinating Molly Brown House Museum to learn about Denver’s rich history and Victorian life.

Hotel Highlights

  • In-house local experts that offer recommendations for Denver attractions.
  • Three meeting rooms with leather chairs, digital projectors and whiteboards.
  • A two-minute drive from Coors Field.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 156 – USD 323
Guest Rating: 8.9
Address: 1801 Wewatta Street, LoDo, Denver, United States

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Enjoy Luxury Living in Denver’s Boutique Hotels

Boasting a mix of outdoor adventures and cultural attractions, Denver treats you to enthralling sports, music, art and nature. Opt for one of Denver’s boutique hotels to enjoy unique on-site amenities, such as on-site restaurants, art-inspired rooms and suites, chic bars and lounges and easy access to the city’s most popular attractions.

Which Denver boutique hotel is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below.

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