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Denver Hotel Mini Guide


STEPHANIE SMITH
Posted 10/02/2010

Colorado sits against the magical backdrop of the Rocky Mountains. Denver has much to offer its tourists and accommodations are plentiful.

For something fun and funky, try The Hotel Monaco. It's smart and stylish and is conveniently located in downtown Denver. It's best described as eclectic. The rooms are ceiling to floor colorful and fun! The hotel invites their guests to "indulge your senses." They recently converted two landmark buildings into one and this boutique hotel is truly fabulous! It's an easy walk to everything downtown Denver offers. You will enjoy the very modern accommodations but experience total luxury.

Hotel Monaco 1717 Champa Street, Denver, CO 80202 (800) 990-1303 http://www.monaco-denver.com/index.html

Committed to "Good old fashioned fun?" Check out The Curtis Hotel . It's a Double Tree Hotel and their motto is…"You don't just stay at The Curtis, you experience it!" Walk in and you are immediately surrounded by Pop- Culture. Cartoons in the lobby and a store filled with candies from years past. Every room is different and the details are one of a kind! This is a boutique hotel in which Elvis or Austin Power's voice might just wake you up in the morning. This hotel is a blast and puts the word FUN back into staying at hotels!

The Curtis Hotel 1405 Curtis Street Denver, CO 80202 303-571-0300 http://www.thecurtis.com/?chebs=gl_curtis

Depending on your travel budget, you might want to treat yourself to the best at the Hyatt. Hyatt has all of the amenities you have come to expect and they are just a phone call away. Dine or have a massage and never leave the beautiful grounds. Experience the finest in dining in an amazing setting. You can have breakfast, lunch or dinner daily. There is a varied menu, so even limited palates will find something to enjoy. For coffee and more the Hyatt offers in hotel 24 hour service.....the only hotel in Denver to do so. After an active day of sightseeing, shopping or relaxing enjoy a drink at the main floor bar and experience the four foot glass border that surrounds it.

The Hyatt Hotel 650 15th St Denver, CO 80202 303 -295-1234 http://granddenver.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/index.jsp

If you're traveling on a budget, you will have many options from which to choose. Consider staying at one of the hotels represented by some of the leading chains. I found the prices reasonable and the accommodations very comfortable. Best Western is a privately owned franchise and is most willing to make your stay a pleasant one. Breakfast is included in your stay and you can have either a hot or cold breakfast. Serve yourself to whatever pleases you.

Best Western http://www.bestwestern.com 1-800-780-7234