Traveling to Denver for business? With Denver’s hot business and tech scene, if the Mile High City isn’t already on your company’s must-visit list, it will be soon. And when you go, you’ll want to stay somewhere you can get your work done, but also relax and have a little fun. Here are the five best business hotels in Denver.
The Curtis, a funky property in Hilton’s Doubletree line, has been recognized by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the best business hotels in the country, mainly for its apparent philosophy that travel, even business travel, should never be boring. The “pop-culture themed” hotel is conveniently located downtown near the offices of several top companies as well as the Colorado Convention Center. It features all of the necessary business amenities, including a business center, complimentary wifi, and same-day laundry and dry cleaning, and also has abundant meeting space and 16 meeting rooms non-boringly named after childhood games like “Duck Duck Goose” and “Patty-Cake.”
The Oxford Hotel
Also on Condé Nast Traveler’s best business hotels list, The Oxford Hotel offers a more distinguished business travel experience. A top-ranked property on TripAdvisor, the historic hotel is known for its architectural charm, and the staff for their dedication to making guests feel like a million bucks. Start your day with room-service breakfast and coffee as you peruse the newspaper, and then get your shoes shined before taking advantage of the courtesy Cadillac Escalade Car Service. Guests also receive a discount at the on-site spa, so you can relax after a tough day of hammering out business deals.
Four Seasons Hotel Denver
If you like a bit of luxury on your trips (and let’s face it: who doesn’t?), then Four Seasons Hotel Denver is your ultimate business destination. Four Seasons is well regarded for providing the highest levels of accommodations and service, and as one TripAdvisor reviewer said about the Denver property: “You get what it says on the tin.” The business services include meeting space, AV equipment and video conferencing, translation and interpretation service, worldwide courier service, and even airline reservation service—so it’s just like being in your office, only much, much nicer.
The Ritz-Carlton Denver is perhaps second to the Four Seasons for luxury, but R-C’s location and steakhouse are pretty hard to beat. For business travelers, the Club Level rooms are huge (starting at 550 square feet) and come with access to the Club Lounge, which offers food and drinks throughout the day, as well as hi-speed Internet, ironing service, and snacks to go. Guests also get access to a privately owned fitness club, so in the morning you can work off that huge steak-with-all-the-fixins.
Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
A recipient of TripAdvisor’s 2013 Certificate of Excellence, the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center is a hotel tailored for business travel. The property has been newly renovated. Its features include a FedEx office business center and an Enterprise Rental Car desk, in addition to the standard spa, fitness center, and indoor heated pool. There is plenty of room for meetings and events, and of course the hotel is adjacent to the convention center, so it is ideal for travelers attending conferences. The skyscraper also affords guests some of the city’s best Rocky Mountains views.
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