Hotels near Capitol Hill
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
Denver's Uptown neighborhood is a good place to escape downtown traffic while still remaining adjacent to the city center. Stretching east from downtown and north of Capitol Hill, the Uptown district contains Denver's Restaurant Row. Lining 17th Avenue is a collection of eateries and bars that range from tiny local hangouts to upscale dining. The Avenue Grill is a casual spot, and Strings offers upscale New American fare and hearty brunches. The Thin Man is a tiny bar that's become a firm local favorite for house-made infused vodkas and inspired bar fare. The historic Fillmore Auditorium and Ogden theaters on Colfax are wonderful small concert venues to discover up-and-coming bands.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Capitol Hill

Hotel VQ
Hotel VQ
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3.0
1543 reviews
1975 Mile High Stadium Circle, Denver
from $89
Quality Inn Central Denver
Quality Inn Central Denver
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3.4
2763 reviews
200 W 48th Ave, Denver
from $74
Embassy Suites Denver International Airport
Embassy Suites Denver International Airport
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4.1
727 reviews
7001 Yampa St, Denver
from $104
Warwick Denver Hotel
Warwick Denver Hotel
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3.9
1568 reviews
1776 Grant Street, Denver
from $130
Crowne Plaza Denver International Airport
Crowne Plaza Denver International Airport
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3.0
1471 reviews
15500 E 40th Ave, Denver
from $90
Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Downtown-Convention Center
from $127
Magnolia Hotel Denver
Magnolia Hotel Denver
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3.8
2388 reviews
818 17th St, Denver
from $96
Quality Inn & Suites Denver International Airport
Quality Inn & Suites Denver International Airport
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3.8
1359 reviews
6890 Tower Rd, Denver
from $109
Red Lion Inn & Suites Denver Airport
Red Lion Inn & Suites Denver Airport
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3.8
672 reviews
7010 Tower Road, Denver
from $119
Residence Inn by Marriott Denver Downtown
Residence Inn by Marriott Denver Downtown
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4.0
885 reviews
2777 Zuni St, Denver
from $139
More About Hotels near Capitol Hill...

Denver's Uptown neighborhood is a good place to escape downtown traffic while still remaining adjacent to the city center. Stretching east from downtown and north of Capitol Hill, the Uptown district contains Denver's Restaurant Row. Lining 17th Avenue is a collection of eateries and bars that range from tiny local hangouts to upscale dining. The Avenue Grill is a casual spot, and Strings offers upscale New American fare and hearty brunches. The Thin Man is a tiny bar that's become a firm local favorite for house-made infused vodkas and inspired bar fare. The historic Fillmore Auditorium and Ogden theaters on Colfax are wonderful small concert venues to discover up-and-coming bands.

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