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Brown Palace

  • 321 17th St. Map It
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  • Fodor's Choice
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  • Sleeping here feels like being part of history
  • Exceptional service
  • Spacious and comfortable rooms


  • Restaurants feel dated
  • Parking costs extra

Published 11/18/2015

Fodor's Review

This grande dame of Colorado lodging has hosted public figures from President Eisenhower to the Beatles since it first opened its doors in 1892, and the details are exquisite: a dramatic nine-story lobby is topped with a glorious stained-glass ceiling, and the Victorian rooms have sophisticated wainscoting and art deco fixtures. The hotel pays equal attention to some modern necessities, such as high-speed Web access and cordless telephones. The formal Palace Arms ($$$$) is the in-house restaurant; the Churchill cigar bar sells rare cigars and single-malt scotches. The addition of a coffee-and-tea shop added a much-needed casual option for a quick snack or light breakfast. A full-service spa has Swiss showers and a natural-rock waterfall that draws from the hotel's artesian well.

Hotel Information


321 17th St., Denver, Colorado, 80202, USA

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303-297–3111; 800-321–2599

Hotel Details:

  • 205 rooms, 36 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 11/18/2015

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