Free breakfast, wine/beer hour, milk and cookies, downtown transportation and WiFi
Location in the 13-story former American National Bank Building, a downtown Denver landmark dating to 1910
Boutique style and service with the scale and amenities of a big-city hotel
What To Know
Magnolia caters to the style-seeking business traveler, so expect the corporate crowd
Downtown location a short walk to the Colorado Convention Center, Denver Museum of Art, Coors Field, the Pepsi Center and the Sports Authority Field
The unique circular fitness center is open 24 hours a day
Parking on site
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Business traveler favorite in a prime downtown location, with a modern look, buzzy grill and bar, and vast event spaces
A downtown Denver stalwart in the landmark American National Bank building, this 246-room sleep has been a business-traveler favorite since opening in 1996. Though large in scale, the hotel has the look and personality of a smaller boutique hotel, with a playful mismash of chairs, sofas and colorful table lamps in the lobby, and a clubby common space known as the Lounge for guests to watch sports, play pool, or graze on international comfort eats (pizzas, sandwiches, salads and more). Guestrooms are large by city standards (the smallest start at 350 square feet), with one king or two queen beds, flat-screen TVs and big tubs in the simple bathrooms. Enormous suites have separate living and dining areas, plus fully equipped kitchens. Save one evening for a drink and dinner at Harry’s Bar and Grill, a popular post-work pick for both guests and locals, with signature dishes like the Just Perfect burger, Street Tacos and “grown-up” mac and cheese. Work off any over indulgence in the 24-hour fitness center, a unique circular space with all the work out essentials.
In the Area
Denver is one of the country’s most bike-friendly cities, so it makes sense that it’s B-cycle system is a model bike-sharing program. There’s a station on 17th Street, so you can simply grab a bike and go. Best of all, rides under 30 minutes are free. The Denver Art Museum’s building is itself a work of art, with an extension designed by Daniel Libeskind. Adjacent to DAM, the new Clyfford Still Museum is an ode to the reclusive Abstract Expressionist and one of the nation’s premier single-artist museums. After all that culture, it’s time for a drink, and nobody does beer better than Denver. In 1988, long before Denver became a hot spot for the microbrew movement, Colorado’s current governor, John Hickenlooper opened the city’s original brewpub, the beloved Wynkoop Brewing Company. More must-guzzle suds are at Great Divide Brewing Co.’s excellent tap room, where 16 taps pour seasonal and year-round brews. No food is served, but the city’s best food trucks congregate just outside, allowing you to pair a hoppy Hercules Double IPA with a selection of gourmet grub.
Magnolia Hotel Denver
818 17th St
Denver, Colorado 80202
How to Get There
Flights are available to Denver International Airport (DEN) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. The hotel does not offer transfers to/from DEN, about 25 miles away. Taxis are approximately $55, each way. If you’re renting a car for the transfer, valet parking is available for $16 per day or $26 for overnight.