Maybe it’s an effect of its location, adjacent to the Denver Performing Arts Complex (hence the name), but what makes this boutique hotel so special is the creativity with which its staff approaches the little things. Like the workshops that take place in the library-inspired lobby lounge called the Study, which rage from calligraphy to bartending. And weekend brunch at signature New American restaurant the Nickel, which features a bottomless White Russian bar complete with cereal milks and, sometimes, a theme, such as Star Wars (costumes encouraged). And programs like the Craft Brew Concierge, which includes a cruiser-bike loan and a suggested itinerary for a brewery crawl. And the fact that you can book meetings in the stone-walled wine cellar. Never mind the genteel Renaissance Revival design of the 100-year-old former Tramway Building.
|Venue name:||Hotel Teatro|
1100 14th St
|Cross street:||at Arapahoee St|