Looking for a great boutique hotel in Denver? Check out TravelMag.com’s top value picks!
Our hotel team has analyzed the best boutique hotels in the city across various price categories, comparing amenities and assessing client reviews from the past 24 months. Those with the best value were selected for inclusion on our list of the city’s best places to stay.
From $269/ night
This elegant hotel in downtown Denver has a modern, yet rustic feel. The Study, a lounge area adjacent to the lobby, is set up to resemble a comfy mountain living room with leather sofas, a fireplace, and shelves filled with books and western-inspired art pieces. Each room features a plasma television, plush robes, and soundproof walls. The Nickel, the on-site restaurant, serves seasonal fare, including honey cultivated from bees raised in the rooftop garden. Guests can enjoy barrel-aged cocktails and light fare at The Barrel Bar, which offers a daily happy hour. The fitness and business centers are open 24 hours.
From $299/ night
If you are looking to stay in the heart of downtown Denver, you won’t be disappointed in choosing Hotel Monaco as your home away from home. This fun, designer hotel features colorful, patterned furniture and linens in each guest room, mixing materials and textures for a boutique feel. A lively lobby bar is popular with guests and locals alike, and the award-winning on-site restaurant, Panzano, is headed up by James Beard award winner Jennifer Jasinski. Amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, full service spa (in-room massages are available), 37-inch flat screen televisions, iPod docking stations, minibars, and plush bathrobes. The entire hotel is pet-friendly. Location-wise, it doesn’t get much better than this: you’ll be steps away from Denver’s famous 16th Street Mall, the Colorado Convention Center, and hundreds of restaurants, art galleries and museums.
From $229/ night
Travelers will love the conveniences at the historic Magnolia Hotel. Fuel up with a buffet breakfast before heading out to explore the Mile High City, then take advantage of the free downtown shuttle which whisks visitors to the area’s many attractions. An evening reception with wine, beer, milk, and cookies offers a chance to mingle with other guests or just relax in the gorgeous lobby. The business and fitness centers are accessible 24 hours a day. Each guest room has flat screens with cable and pay per view movies, and a work desk so you can stay productive. Ask about the rooms with fireplaces and soaking tubs.