Elegant spas, complimentary cocktails, in-room fine dining, soaking tubs, afternoon tea, champagne brunch. What do all of these things have in common? These are all amenities you will find at our top five romantic hotels in Denver. If you are longing for a weekend away with your love, you couldn’t ask for more with our roundup of the best Denver spots for romance.
The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa
Nearly 125 years old, The Brown Palace is one of the oldest hotels in Denver, and the level of service you can expect here should tell you why. You and your love will be pampered here so well during your stay that you won’t want to go home. An exquisite spa, luxurious rooms and an impressive champagne brunch are just a few of the reasons you should choose this spot for your next romantic getaway in the mile high city.
The Crawford Hotel
The Crawford Hotel calls one of the most unique buildings in all of Denver home. The only hotel housed in Denver Union Station, your experience in these unique accommodations will be unmatched anywhere else in Denver. With plenty of amazing restaurants, bars, coffee shops and more located just downstairs, you won’t even have to go outside to enjoy delicious meal or a romantic nightcap. Waiting back in your room is plenty of historic charm in homage to the landmark building it calls home.
Recently undergoing a massive renovation, if you are looking to spend a getaway enjoying your relaxing hotel room, perhaps Magnolia Hotel is where you should head. You can arrange to have your favorite snacks and drinks waiting for you upon arrival. And these aren’t your typical hotel room bar snacks, either. Champagne and strawberries, milk and cookies, wine and cheese, and craft beer on ice are just a few ideas of what you can request. If you manage to venture out for dinner, Harry’s Bar and Grill is located just downstairs or you can just as easily order from their menu straight to your room.
Across the street from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Hotel Teatro is perfectly located for a variety of activities for your romantic weekend away. A number of cozy restaurants are conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel or you can try out the menu at the exquisite restaurant located just downstairs, The Nickel. Return to your room to enjoy your oversized soaking tub or wake up to an in-room massage to cap off your visit.
The Oxford Hotel
If you have high standards for your accommodations, you can bet that The Oxford Hotel will be able to meet them. With guests including Theodore Roosevelt, Dalai Lama and Hillary Clinton, they certainly know how to look after their visitors and they have been doing that for well over a century here in Denver. If you are looking for a place to really unwind and take care of yourself, you will find a variety of unique ways to do just that during your stay. With salon and spa services, fitness classes, and a critically acclaimed martini bar famous for being Denver’s first post-prohibition bar you will definitely have all of your needs met at the historic hotel.