If you are more likely classy hotels, historical, constructions, "European" treatment, The Brown Palace is the option.Conveniently located in downtown, in-between street mall, convention centere and musuems (or if looking for a high class hotel next to municial authorities)without the inconvenient large-fpormat hotels, this is your choice.
This 1892 hotel in Denver's financial and cultural district is one block from the 16th Street Mall and five blocks from the …More
I stayed in one of the mini suites, which was stunning. Amenities were great. The bed was comfortable. Smart TV. Large workspace with a lot of plug in capacity for devices. The perfect hotel for a business stay.
Traveller from A
Located in Downtown Colorado Springs, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Colorado Springs City Auditorium and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) …More
Stayed at Cheyenne Mountain Resort while attending my son's graduation at Colorado College. It is a bit further away than the downtown hotels and Garden of the Gods, but close enough. I didn't have a chance to eat there, but other facilities seemed top notch. Absolutely first rate work out facility and steam room.
Traveller from seattle
With spectacular views of Cheyenne Mountain and the Rockies as well as Colorado Springs, this lodge-style resort is ideally …More
"Romantic birthday weekend getaway from California"
We snuggled up by the fire with our latte and chocolate croissants and watched the snow fall with the spectacular view from the lobby. Spent the entire time wandering around the historic hotel, handing out in the Whiskey bar, breakfast and dinner at Cascades, visited the gift shop many times, went on the historic daytime tour and then the nighttime ghost tour, and did the 20-person exclusive beer pairing dinner with a famous chef at The Table. We never needed to leave our hotel. We watched the shining a couple of times on the hotel TV. We went into town (Estes Park) for lunch and shopping one day. Perfect romantic weekend getaway. It snowed all 3 days and we loved every minute of it. It was so relaxing, which is just what we needed. We spent a lot of time at the Whiskey Bar trying as much as we could. Our favorite was the Lucky Lucy! The head bartender was so full of personality and was charming and made our time at the bar a lot of fun. We also loved Ramsey who welcomed us our first night. The bar doesn't really have a closing time, which we found hilarious. It officially closes at 11:00 p.m., but we arrived on a Friday night at 11 on our first night and were able to hang out until after midnight and there were still people in there. They'll keep it open if it's busy. By Sunday night the crowds had thinned out and they did actually close at 11:00 p.m. We met lots of people from Denver who had come up for the weekend and a few from other states. Friendly staff
Traveller from Huntington Beach, CA
Built in 1909, this grand Georgian-style hotel is located in the small resort town of Estes Park, 7500 feet above sea level …More
The room was extremely quiet which I appreciated. Staff was friendly and check in/out was very quick. The beds were very comfortable, as was the other furniture in the room. The only complaint I had was the shower. Very low water pressure. Took me forever to wash my hair, and the water did not warm up fast at all.
Traveller from Omaha, NE
This family-friendly Estes Park resort is located on the Strip, within 2 mi (3 km) of Lake Estes Marina, Stanley Village, and …More