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Shawn O’connor

This place holds a little bit of Denver history in itself. The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa was built in 1892 as a stopping point to and from the West, where everyone was still hoping to strike it rich after the Gold Rush. A luxury of its time and still a luxury today, this spot is a little piece of Denver gold, so long as you don’t mind the ghost of a man in a dark suit who supposedly haunts the hotel’s club entryway.

Address: 321 17th St, Denver, CO 80202

Rooms starting at: $129/night

Allen Kennedy Photography, Hilton Denver Inverness

If you aren’t big on urban life but also aren’t big on mountaineering, Hilton Denver Inverness is the perfect in-between for you. Situated on a golf course with sweeping views of the open Colorado landscape, you’ll be perfectly content just staying in and taking in the surrounding nature. But, if you choose to get out on the town, the light rail can take you to all things hip and happening in Downtown Denver.

Address: 200 Inverness Dr W, Englewood, CO 80112

Rooms starting at: $98/night

Don Riddle

Soak up views of Downtown Denver from the outdoor patio at the on-site steakhouse Elway’s, or stay in your room and catch a glimpse of the Rocky Mountains out your window. If you’re not one to want to hit the slopes after that view, walk just a few minutes to the Denver Performing Arts Complex instead and take in a show — wine in hand of course.

Address: 1881 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80202

Rooms starting at: $279/night

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