Hotels near Central Business District
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
The heart of this downtown district is the 16th Street mall, with free MallRide shuttle covering 1.25 miles of shopping, dining and entertainment seven days a week. Denver's famous Brown Palace hotel has hosted U.S. presidents and other dignitaries, and still serves formal afternoon tea in the lobby. Head to the Paramount Café for elk burgers and people-watching with the local crowd on the patio. Located on the 27th floor of the Hyatt Regency, Peaks Lounge serves fancy cocktails to toast sunsets behind the Rocky Mountains as the downtown lights come on.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Central Business District

Embassy Suites Denver - Southeast
Embassy Suites Denver - Southeast
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3.7
785 reviews
7525 East Hampden Avenue, Denver
from $89
Crowne Plaza Downtown Denver
Crowne Plaza Downtown Denver
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3.6
984 reviews
1450 Glenarm Place, Denver
from $128
Courtyard by Marriott Denver Downtown
Courtyard by Marriott Denver Downtown
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3.8
514 reviews
934 16th Street, Denver
from $149
Crowne Plaza Denver International Airport
Crowne Plaza Denver International Airport
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3.1
1489 reviews
15500 E 40th Ave, Denver
from $90
Ramada Denver Downtown
Ramada Denver Downtown
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2.8
1830 reviews
1150 E Colfax Ave, Denver
from $84
HYATT house Denver Airport
HYATT house Denver Airport
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4.1
682 reviews
18741 E 71st Ave, Denver
from $107
La Quinta Inn Denver Central
La Quinta Inn Denver Central
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3.3
34 reviews
3500 Park Avenue West, Denver
from $89
Grand Hyatt Denver
Grand Hyatt Denver
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4.3
1776 reviews
1750 Welton St, Denver
from $139
Days Inn & Suites Denver International Airport
Days Inn & Suites Denver International Airport
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2.7
1813 reviews
7030 Tower Rd, Denver
from $84
The Westin Denver Downtown
The Westin Denver Downtown
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3.7
682 reviews
1672 Lawrence St, Denver
from $173
More About Hotels near Central Business District...

The heart of this downtown district is the 16th Street mall, with free MallRide shuttle covering 1.25 miles of shopping, dining and entertainment seven days a week. Denver's famous Brown Palace hotel has hosted U.S. presidents and other dignitaries, and still serves formal afternoon tea in the lobby. Head to the Paramount Café for elk burgers and people-watching with the local crowd on the patio. Located on the 27th floor of the Hyatt Regency, Peaks Lounge serves fancy cocktails to toast sunsets behind the Rocky Mountains as the downtown lights come on.

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