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What We Love

  • Night swimming takes on a whole new meaning at the Warwick's heated rooftop pool – check out the city lights from the water's edge year-round
  • Happy hour specials at Randolph's restaurant and bar
  • Mile High Suites have a great setup for families, with a separate bedroom and a pullout living room sofa, plus flat-screen TVs in both rooms
  • Old photographs of Colorado hot springs in marble bathrooms that cleverly turn Victorian-style armoires into sink space

What To Know

  • There is a two-night minimum stay for Classic King rooms
  • Rooms on the 14th floor don't have balconies
  • Guestrooms were completely renovated in 2009
  • The Warwick does weddings in the top-floor lounge, which offers spectacular sunset and mountain vistas
  • On-site fitness center has decent equipment, good views and nice touches like citrus ice water

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
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Overview

The Review

Don’t judge the Warwick Denver by its exterior — compared with glass monolith neighbors like the Hyatt, the Warwick’s boxy shape looks downright dowdy. Inside, the place is much more intriguing.

The Warwick starts out wholesome enough. The lobby is set up like a family living room, complete with board games and books on dark wooden shelves and plenty of comfy couches. Things get more interesting on the second floor, where an antique French harpsichord is front and center. This instrument-turned-art was once part of the hotel’s greatest claim to fame: It hosted one of country’s original Playboy Clubs on its top floor. Rumor has it the 15th-floor lounge, now used for wedding receptions, used to have portholes for pool peeping. If so, they’ve been covered, but the rooftop pool remains a landmark in the city and one of its sexiest hotel amenities. The only year-round outdoor hotel pool in Denver, the water is close to 90 degrees even in the dead of winter.

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The extensive use of balconies in the building dates back to its roots as an apartment complex in the 1960s, origins that also translate into rooms and suites that are uncharacteristically spacious for a city hotel. Other legacies of the Warwick’s residential past are two water sources in each room — so make use of that wet-bar nook away from the bathroom — and enormous closets.

The Warwick rises on historic Grant Street between Denver’s Capitol Hill and Uptown neighborhoods, just a few blocks from Downtown and the 16th Street pedestrian mall with its free shuttle to LoDo (Lower Downtown). That puts the city’s best attractions, including the Denver Art Museum and its new Daniel Libeskind–designed wing, within striking distance. Explore the city and its excellent eateries and microbreweries, but be sure to make it home in time for the perfect nightcap: a dip in that steamy heated pool, bunny ears and smoking jacket not included.

How to Get There

Warwick Denver
1776 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203 United States

Reviews

Nice
bandya12

Hotel is good very extondery you know one more thing in this hotel food is very good you I can eat a food and some bred eated I'm So happy feel I'm So good feeling great people's comes to this hotel So Happy this mooment I'm never forget

Thanks
Nyshwilson79

My name is Nyesha Wilson and I would like to give thanks to Megan and Brandon at the Warwick Hotel in Denver Colorado for all that you guys had done for my son David. I really do appreciate you both. May God pour out many blessings upon your lives. Thanks again.

Great looking hotel, great location, terrible beds
stevemR7002HT

The hotel is nice, in great shape and seems very nice. The biggest problem we and a friend who went with us agreed, was the beds. Holy moly! I've NEVER had such uncomfortable beds and I've stayed in some cheapo hotels before. They crinkle, why does a bed crinkle?? If I had been there any longer than the 4 nights we had booked I would have had to switch hotels. We were absolutely sleep deprived because of the bouncy crinkly mattresses they've chosen. The mattresses have to be THE cheapest mattresses they could find.
But enough about the mattresses, lets talk about the $75 per night additional charged to your account for the snacks they leave in your room. We're not snacking people, neither of us eat candy or drink soda, so what was in the room when we arrived was what was there when we left. There's no list of what is there and what costs what. BUT after we checked out and had already flown back to Florida from Denver, I get a $21 charge on my credit card. I called the hotel and was told that it was for the red bull we had drank while we were there. The charge has still not been reversed, even though I was told by a snarky man, who definitely didn't believe we didn't drink the red bull, that the charge would be reversed.

Would I stay at a Warwick again? NO WAY, I can forgive the red bull charge but the mattresses were where I'd draw the line. The whole hotel experience revolves around how good the mattress is. Warwick has decided to go wayyyy too cheap for this necessity for my taste. I'll just head to the Holiday Inn Express for a bit more change.