I stayed at the Adagio for three days. The house itself is a treasure, a real piece of Denver history. The room was amazing! One of the nicest I've ever stayed in. It was clean & surprisingly, very quiet for being downtown. The food, ohh the food. Helen is an amazing chef and the breakfasts are to die for! Helen had prepared a very nice dinner our first night and the conversation was incredible. Helen is a very knowledgable lady and with the ambiance of the home and her polite and entertaining conversation, well, after a very long trip it was just so pleasant to be able to sit and enjoy the conversation. The hot tub was great and very relaxing. The room was very clean, very quiet and the bed was amazingly comfortable! I am sort of a history nut and after staying at the Adagio, I don't think I'll ever stay anywhere else when in Denver. I'd just like to say a sincere thank you to Helen, she herself is a Denver treasure and one of the nicest ladies I'veever met!
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- Located in a gorgeous Victorian home in one of Denver's most historic neighborhoods, the Bud+Breakfast at The Adagio is not only the first, but the premier cannabis-friendly lodge in the city. We offer six beautifully decorated suites, each of them unique, private, comfortable, and quiet. Though we model ourselves after traditional Bed and Breakfasts, we have expanded our hospitality to embrace our passion for cannabis. ... more less
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