Four Seasons Hotel Denver
What We Love
- EDGE’s modern spin on a steakhouse with the only indoor wood burning grill in town
- The outdoor pool on the swank rooftop
- Free car service to and from Cherry Creek, Denver’s posh shopping and dining suburb
What To Know
- Free humidifiers and air ionizers help guests combat the altitude
- “Basic” internet is free but slow and limited to two devices; faster connections/more devices are $15 per day
- Valet parking runs $30 per day
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
In keeping with its home in a landmark 45-story tower, you’ll find ultra modern touches like a metal-and-glass staircase and a sculptural wine wall. But it’s still firmly routed in its Rocky Mountain home with natural color schemes of chocolate and cream, copper and pumpkin. Expect multiple types of marble, precious hardwoods, buttery leather and 1,200 works of art, most of it by local artists.
Bed and Bath
Rooms feature Four Season’s dreamy custom-made mattresses, Italian linens, down pillows and modern touches like bedside phone charging stations, flatscreen TVs and iPod docking stations. Oversized windows and open plan designs make rooms feel even larger than their ample size. Marble bathrooms spoil with a deep soaking tub, walk-in shower, high-definition TV built into the mirror and L’Occitane toiletries.
A local favorite, the hotel’s EDGE restaurant redefines steakhouse fare. Here Colorado-ranched beef grilled over pecan wood fires joins more creative fare like Rocky Mountain sushi (layers of seared beef with a chili soy glaze). The outdoor hotel pool sits on a third floor rooftop jutting from the main tower, a great pre-dinner spot for drinks and a swim. The spa has full men’s and women’s facilities each with whirlpool, steam and sauna, and the fitness center is available 24-hours a day with state of the art equipment featuring individual TVs and headphones.
In the Area
Within easy walking distance is the new $110 million History Colorado Center, an extremely interactive 200,000 square foot museum where visitors can “drive” across the plains in a Model T Ford or travel to Steamboat Springs circa 1915 and virtually fly off the town’s Nordic ski jump. Also a stroll away is the Clyfford Still Museum, another brand new addition less than two years old with Still’s avant garde art collection. It’s walking distance to Larimer Square, Denver’s oldest block and first protected historic district with lively bars and restaurants, plus numerous specialty shops. Check out Green Russell, a hidden underground “speakeasy” featuring vintage cocktails and slow smoked barbecue. Coors Field, where the Rockies play, is also a short walk from the hotel.
How to Get There
Four Seasons sets the bar with luxury travel. Room and service was exceptional! Room was well decorated and comfortable. Room Service did an outstanding job with excellent food delivered quickly and used app to notify when to pick up which was helpful.
the staff was extremely friendly and the rooms are amazing. Bathtub was great! Room service was quick and easy. the Edge bar had great drinks that you can customize to your liking. Within walking distance to everything that we wanted to do.
Below the normal Four Seasons standards, but nice hotel with excellent service. The mattress of my room was too fluffy and I do prefer hard rock: the guest relation told me to mention the mattress preference at the reservation next time. Great location in Denver downtown, close to the congress center and the University of Colorado. A lot of good restaurants at walking distance from the hotel.
We stayed here for 3 nights, checking in on Monday evening. Our stay was unexpected as we were supposed to be skiing in Breckenridge, but our kids (7yo and 4yo) succumbed to the flu, so coupled with the altitude, it wasn't a good combination. Hence, we made a same day booking at the Four Seasons as we drove down to Denver. The valet was very helpful upon check in as he appreciated that our kids were not in good shape and quickly got all our suitcases out of the rental and whisked them up to our room. The front desk folks were initially not as accommodating as we had originally booked for 4 nights. We didn't know how long we would be there as we wanted some flexibility to fly home early, so it took some wrangling with the GM. Further, it wasn't exactly top of mind for us as we ended up going to the ER that night. Unfortunately, the front desk directed us to St. Joseph's ER which didn't have a pediatrics ER, so we wasted over 90 minutes there before going to Rocky Mountain.
Anyways, after that overnight ordeal, the hotel became more accommodating as we ended up spending the entirety of the next day in our room, 1002. Said room had two double beds with a view of the mountains. It wasn't terribly large, but the bathroom was spacious. The beds, in Four Seasons fashion, were very comfortable. As noted, housekeeping came quickly in the morning to provide fresh linens and towels while our kids slept through out. The internet was pretty fast which was helpful. We did have dinner at Edge, their signature and only restaurant. The steaks there are phenomenal, so its highly recommended.
The location of the property is great as its a short walk to Larimer Square and 16th Street. This was helpful for running to Starbucks as well as to CVS. On day 3, our kids were significantly better, so we took the house car to the Nuggets game. Pepsi Center is quite close as we took a pedal cab back to the hotel.
Overall, its a good option, albeit the service from the front desk could've been better at the onset. We had contemplated Ritz Carlton, but for whatever reason, it was significantly more expensive for those nights.
Friendly staff from the moment you check in to the moment you leave. They were ready for my arrival and had the room clean and ready. Enjoyed the ambience of the lounge where you can order perfectly portioned appetizers and enjoy equally excellent cocktails.