The Ritz-Carlton, Denver Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 202-room, sophisticated luxury property has a prime downtown location, upscale rooms that are the largest in Denver, and a popular steakhouse. The large spa is first-rate, as is the privately-owned fitness club, which guests can access for free. There is also 13,000 square feet of meeting space, as well as a large business center with three workstations.

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 The 202-room, sophisticated luxury property has a prime downtown location, upscale rooms that are the largest in Denver, and a popular steakhouse. The large spa is first-rate, as is the privately-owned fitness club, which guests can access for free. There is also 13,000 square feet of meeting space, as well as a large business center with three workstations.
Once known to be the epitome of the Old West -- complete with gold mines and cowboys -- Denver has morphed into a beautiful, cosmopolitan destination that attracts families, nature enthusiasts, and business travelers for its wide offering of accommodations and amenities. The suit and tie set fit in especially well here as Denver's Downtown, known locally as LoDo, continues to grow its restaurant and entertainment industry, perfect for schmoozing the bosses. Some of our favorite hotels are attracting plenty of corporate travelers year-round. Here's why: The Four Seasons' central location, attentive staff, and ultra-luxurious rooms make it one of Denver's top hotels. It offers all the features you'd expect from a property of this caliber: a year-round, heated outdoor pool, large fitness center, several well-equipped meeting rooms (totally in over 17,000 square feet of meeting space), and an upscale spa. The 202-room, sophisticated luxury property has a prime downtown location, upscale rooms that are the largest in Denver, and a popular steakhouse. The large spa is first-rate, as is the privately-owned fitness club, which guests can access for free. There is also 13,000 square feet of meeting space, as well as a large business center with three workstations. At a staggering 38 stories, the business-oriented Hyatt Regency is almost a city unto itself, with over 1,100 rooms, a large fitness center, a lap pool, and three dining venues. Rooms are upscale, if chain-like, and some offer stunning views of the Rocky Mountains. Plus, it is a 10-minute walk to the Convention Center, which makes it particularly convenient for business travelers. This four-pearl business chain in Denver's Central Business District is perfectly pleasant, but lacks wow factor. The decor in the 516 rooms is mostly generic, with a few subtle Colorado influences (such as muted checkered pillow covers and Colorado themed pictures), and views are of the city or the mountains beyond. The hotel's restaurant, 1876, serves quality contemporary American cuisine, and the indoor pool, though on the small side, adjoins an outdoor deck with a Jacuzzi. Round-the-clock amenities include a modern fitness center and a Kinko business center. The hotel also offers 57,000 square feet of meeting and events space. The Hilton Garden Inn Downtown is a mid-range property in downtown Denver, near the Colorado Convention Center and 16th Street Pedestrian Mall. Its 221 rooms are large and clean, if generic, with adjustable beds, ergonomic desk chairs, 32-inch flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. There is a coffee shop and a decent contemporary fusion restaurant, as well as a 24-hour business center and meeting spaces, which should appeal to business travelers. This 110-room luxury boutique, located in a historic building across the street from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, has sophisticated (if smallish) rooms, two of the city's best fine dining restaurants, a grand marble lobby, and theatrical costumes displayed on the walls. There is also 10,000 square feet of meeting space, The Warwick Denver’s 219 rooms are large and bright, with flat-screen TVs and balconies. The hotel is located on the southwestern outskirts of downtown, on a grassy, tree-lined street that's still just within walking distance of major attractions. It offers a rooftop pool (a Denver rarity) and 10,000 square feet of meeting space. The Westin Denver Downtown, conveniently located next to the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, features a heated indoor/outdoor pool, an impressive fitness center, and a variety of dining options (including a Palm steakhouse on-site). There is also 32,000 square feet of meeting space, including a grand ballroom and a 200-seat auditorium, and a nightly Unwind Hour where guests receive free local microbrews and spa amenities.
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