Photo Source: The Oxford Hotel, Denver
The Oxford Hotel in Denver, Colorado is Denver’s oldest grand hotel and was originally constructed in 1891. Colorado’s leading architect, Frank E. Edbrooke, designed this five-story brick structure the year before he designed the BrownPalace, thus making The Oxford Hotel truly the oldest historic hotel in downtown Denver. The hotel also maintains a compelling collection of western art dating from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, some of it acquired from the artists themselves as settlement for room fees. Boasting talent from well known to nearly anonymous – including George Vander Sluis, Charles Ragland Bunnell, and Denver resident Charles Partridge Adams – the hotel’s collection has been compiled to suit the western essence of The Oxford itself. This boutique Denver hotel has played a key role in the city’s colorful past since its construction and today distinguishes itself by cleverly combining the opulence of the past with the modern comfort and convenience of the present.
Photo Source: Tivoli Lodge, Vail
The Tivoli Lodge in Vail, Colorado is a newly rebuilt, luxury ski resort known throughout the years for providing friendly, caring, personal service. The hotel’s new European-style architecture blends perfectly into the surrounding natural environment, with unobstructed views of Vail’s Golden Peak ski area and within steps of the Vista Bahn ski lift. The luxurious and spacious lobby offers stunning mountain views and is reminiscent of a plush, lodge-style living room with oversized chairs, leather sofas, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and small wine bar.
Photo Source: Hotel Madeline, Telluride
The Hotel Madeline in Telluride, Colorado is a place to comfort your senses as well as your soul after a day filled with an impressive array of activities available year round in this legendary mountain resort. Ideally located in Mountain Village at the very base of the world-renowned Telluride Ski Area, the Hotel Madeline offers ski-in/ski out convenience and delivers every imaginable amenity with warmth and friendliness.
Photo Source: Cordillera Lodge & Spa, Vail
The Cordillera Lodge & Spa in Vail, Colorado is perched on a mountaintop overlooking the magnificent Vail Valley and Sawatch Range and has been acknowledged as the #1-rated resort in Colorado for “Food & Service” by Condé Nast Reader’s Gold List Poll. Its Grouse on the Green gives patrons a genuine pub-style experience with an interior designed in Ireland then shipped to Cordillera for installation. The “Grouse” not only has the ambiance of a quaint Irish pub, it also has traditional Irish fare as well as cross-continental cuisine with an international selection of draft beers.
Photo Source: Brown Palace Hotel, Denver
The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa, at 321 17th Street, has long stood as the pride of luxury hotels in Denver, Colorado. For more than a century the hotel has functioned as an anchor to Denver’s bustling financial and cultural district, playing host to presidents, prime ministers, and celebrities.