Wonderful staff, super helpful. Great location. Excellent room, lounge and restaurant.
This Four Seasons has friendly staff and great service. It is a beautiful place to stay and it has the very best restaurant Edge.
Luxurious retreat, very hospitable and professional staff. Only complaint is thin walls (and doors) as my room had a door to the adjacent room and I was bothered by neighbors’ voices. Overall, wonderful experience. Would stay again.
Staff very friendly and helpful. Nice room overall for one night.
Clean and modern. Great location. Good food in restaurant.
Excellent location. Price was a bit high, but we were in the perfect location. Valet parking too pricey, $47, we parked in the public parking for $18. Rooms were average.
Good size pool; Staff is friendly , Nice cafe Quiet; good bed
The free breakfast was excellent! So many options to choose from!
Love the included hot breakfast buffet and availability of gf options. Love the saltwater pool! Wish that was advertised better. Wish the pool/hot tub/fitness center weren't in the basement...a bit stuffy (and loud/echoey in pool area). Great to have laundry room on site, and fridge/microwave in ...
Downtown Denver is a metropolitan neighborhood known for its ample dining options and fantastic nightlife. Here you'll find plenty to visit, including United States Mint, Coors Field, and Colorado State Capitol Building. When you want to kick up your feet after a day of exploring the sights, you can choose from 61 hotels and other accommodations and in Downtown Denver.
You’ll get to choose from several accommodations in Downtown Denver, and travelers enjoy these top picks:
Downtown Denver might not have your top place to stay, but there are other accommodations to consider in Denver. LoDo is a neighborhood known for its major shopping area, interesting historical sites, and fantastic nightlife. With 36 hotels and other accommodations in the neighborhood, these are our guests' top choices:
Sakura Square, Wells Fargo Center, and Union Station are some of Downtown Denver's local landmarks to explore if you want to see some of the sights in the neighborhood. United States Mint and Coors Field are some other places worth a visit when you're in the the neighborhood.
You’ll likely want to explore some other parts of town while you’re here, so consider a visit to LoDo, a nearby neighborhood with top sights like Coors Field. Union Station, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, and Sakura Square are a few other places worth a visit while you're in Denver.
If you want to see more of the city, 16th - Stout Station is the closest metro stop. Others nearby include 16th - California Station and 18th - California Station. If you want to head out of town, you can hop aboard a train at Denver Union Station.