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Chain hotel with homey touches on the outskirts of downtown Denver
The Hotel Warwick's brand of style is homey and eclectic. They call the lobby the "living area," and with its hardwood floors, fireplace, coffered ceilings, ample seating, and knickknacks displayed in recessed shelves, it could almost pass as somebody's home. But its scale, and the busy fabrics, betray it as a chain hotel.
The hotel sits on a grassy, tree-lined street, and the entrance is guarded -- somewhat arbitrarily -- by two large Chinese lions.
On the outskirts of downtown, with some Denver attractions within walking distance
The Warwick Denver is situated on the outskirts of downtown Denver in an area known as Uptown. It's within walking distance to some major Denver attractions, like the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall and the State Capitol Building, but some may find it a bit too far from the action.
Since the Warwick is located just outside of downtown, its rooms offer great views of the city from the huge balconies. The hotel was originally built as an apartment complex, which explains why the balconies are the largest in the city, although they could use better seating.
The rooms are among Denver's largest, and are decorated in shades of cream, gray, and red. They're perfectly comfortable -- if not quite stylish. Some of the wall art looks generic and the furniture is pretty run-of-the-mill.
In the suites, glass French doors separate the living room and the bedroom, making sleeping accommodations easier for families.
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), but unlike the Hotel Monaco and Hyatt Regency, it lacks a spa.