Since it opened in 1892, the 241-room Brown Palace (now part of the Marriott Autograph Collection) has welcomed almost every U.S. president, accommodated sundry purported ghosts and hosted annual appearances by the National Western Stock Show’s champion steers. It’s as renowned for afternoon tea service in its gilded, soaring atrium lobby as it is for its Dom Pérignon Champagne Brunch on Sundays and tableside preparations at majestic fine-dining institution Palace Arms. It houses a salon, a florist and the city’s poshest cigar lounge bar none. Here, in short, is a 125-year-old icon in sandstone and red granite. Denver wouldn’t be Denver without it.
|Venue name:||The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa|
321 17th St
|Cross street:||at Tremont Pl|