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
Parking on site
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45-stories of style Mile-High City, with poolside cocktails, a hot lobby bar and the best location in town
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.