We've actually stayed here three times in the last 3 months, and we've stayed in many Four Seasons. They are very expensive (surprise) and always have first rate rooms and service. People could not be nicer. But three caveats about the Denver Four Seasons: First, the food is not quite up to the best of the Four Season; Second, if you pay up for a mountain view make sure you are in one of the higher floors because the lower ones for the same price have much more of an urban view with the mountains kind of around the corner (above 9 or 10 is probably safe): Third, on one of our stays a large party was in the hotel and they closed the dining room for breakfast. Regular guests got served breakfast in the cocktail lounge, which was an unpleasant experience. This last is kind of a random complaint, not likely to happen many times, but it is very out of place.
- Also Known As:
- 4 Seasons Hotel Denver
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Four Seasons Hotel Denver is a 45-story landmark in the heart of downtown. The Hotel offers a chic streetside restaurant, EDGE, with a lively see-and-be-seen bar atmosphere. The third floor boasts an urban Spa sanctuary and a rooftop outdoor pool and whirlpool. The 239 spacious guestrooms boast contemporary décor, flatscreen TVs, and 5-piece bathrooms with TVs in the mirror. In the theater district, Four Seasons Hotel Denver is walking distance to the arts complex, and trendy boutiques and eateries on Larimer Square. ... more less
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