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The 4 Best Bed and Breakfasts in Denver

Leah Charney | April 25, 2018

Thanks to its history during both the gold and silver booms of the 1800s, many exquisite mansions have found new life as Denver bed and breakfast inns. If you prefer to stay in an original setting and experience a neighborhood just like a local would, these properties offer the best of both and provide a more personal and interesting travel experience.


Adagio Bud & Breakfast

Why it made the list

The traditional meets the avant garde at this bed and breakfast. The breakfast and the surrounding mansion are both exquisite, and the opportunity to engage in Colorado's legal cannabis scene as a pot tourist is unmatched. If you're seeking a hotel that's 420 friendly, this is one of only a handful and in a truly unique setting.

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Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast

Why it made the list

An oasis at the edge of downtown Denver, this bed and breakfast combines turn-of-the-century charm with a prime location. For the ultimate in relaxation, book one of the two rooms with a personal hot tub. If going green is important to you, you'll appreciate the efforts made here to use local, organic, sustainable products and be zero waste whenever possible.

In two, stately 1880s mansions, located side-by-side, you’ll Read More


Lumber Baron Inn & Gardens

Why it made the list

The interior decor choices of this Denver bed and breakfast make it a must-do. Each room has a distinct, Victorian wallpaper, as well as a mixture of incredible hardwoods. The Lumber Baron employs a full-time chef and hosts multi-course dinners that are open to the public on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. Plus, it's a unique opportunity to explore one of Denver's hottest residential areas.

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Capitol Hill Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn

Why it made the list

This family-friendly bed and breakfast is in a gorgeous neighborhood, surrounded by other historic mansions, manicured gardens, established trees, and the walkable Capitol Hill neighborhood of Denver. Rooms are romantic and elegant and there's even a wheelchair-accessible room on the first floor (a rarity among this type of property).

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