I have just spent the last week at this brand new hotel working on a conference. This is the first time I have stayed at a Four Seasons hotel in the US – my prior experience with this hotel has all been overseas, mostly in Asia, where the brand is considered one of the most luxurious among the top international hotels. I had high expectations going in and this hotel did not disappoint. Interior décor is luxurious but understated, with furnishings in muted earth tones (there is a lot of stone, glass and steel with sharp edges so families with small children need to be careful). The sleeping room is spacious with huge closets, and nicely furnished. The ceiling is high and the bathroom is the best I have ever seen: double sinks (with a long countertop), big bathtub, separate toilet, and separate shower (with a large rain shower in the ceiling and a handheld which gives an extremely strong stream of water – it’s the kind of shower that makes you want to stay forever). Instead of night lights in the bathroom, the two sinks are lit from underneath, which is a great design feature. There is also a TV discreetly located behind the mirror for those who want to watch TV in the shower or bathtub. Bath products are from L’Occitane, which is my favorite. Soundproofing is very good – the room is really quiet even when there was a huge party going on in the lobby – the hotel hosts a Thursday night pool party every week – but this week’s was rained out and relocated to the lobby and it was well attended). I didn’t get to try any of the restaurants in the hotel as our conference had catered banquet food daily. Some of the desserts are truly wonderful – definitely should try the bite size cupcakes (the red velvet with sour cream topping is a real winner, and so is the tangy lemon with butter cream topping) , large cookies (white chocolate chip with cranberries-yummy!). In addition to the hotel itself being a fantastic property, with very attentive and friendly staff – it’s also well located, two blocks from the 16th Street pedestrian mall, and one block from Larimar Square, which has some really nice restaurants (I recommend Tamayo, which has a roof top section with a roof (really useful when the temperature is in the upper 90s with the mile high sunlight!) The only complaint I can think of is the size of the swimming pool – which is rather tiny, although the pool area is a good place to sun and hang out (there is a bar and just about every evening there seems to be a reception going on) but if you want to swim laps you could get rather dizzy having to turn around every half a dozen strokes. But it was manageable, and it’s good that the pool is heated (there is also a Jacuzzi, since it can be chilly in the early morning and late afternoon. If I am back in Denver again, I will definitely want to stay at this hotel again – no questions about it!
- 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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