Hotels near Highland
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
Voted in some publications as one of the best neighborhoods in the United States, the Highland neighborhood has undergone tremendous changes in the past decade. Although full of charming Victorian homes, it was long avoided by many locals as a down-and-out spot, but is now a shining example of successful gentrification. From its roots as a settlement, to its later incarnation as a Hispanic enclave, the Highlands and its adjoining West and Lower Highlands neighborhoods have held recent sway as one of the trendiest spots. It is a friendly and engaging spot for artists and foodies. The 44th and Tennyson district holds an entertaining First Friday event each month, with all galleries thrown open to visitors. This is also a foodie mecca, where hot new chefs have opened several local restaurants.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Highland

The Westin Denver Downtown
The Westin Denver Downtown
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3.7
683 reviews
1672 Lawrence St, Denver
from $172
The Curtis Denver - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
The Curtis Denver - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
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3.7
1123 reviews
1405 Curtis Street, Denver
from $134
Hotel Teatro
Hotel Teatro
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3.8
792 reviews
1100 14th St, Denver
from $152
Crowne Plaza Denver International Airport
Crowne Plaza Denver International Airport
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3.1
1484 reviews
15500 E 40th Ave, Denver
from $95
Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Tech Center
Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Tech Center
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3.7
575 reviews
5001 S Ulster Street, Denver
from $79
Red Lion Inn & Suites Denver Airport
Red Lion Inn & Suites Denver Airport
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3.7
770 reviews
7010 Tower Road, Denver
from $99
Hilton Garden Inn Denver Tech Center
Hilton Garden Inn Denver Tech Center
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4.0
607 reviews
7675 East Union Ave., Denver
from $89
The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, Autograph Collection
from $189
Marriott Denver City Center
Marriott Denver City Center
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3.6
639 reviews
1701 California St, Denver
from $159
Crowne Plaza Downtown Denver
Crowne Plaza Downtown Denver
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3.6
979 reviews
1450 Glenarm Place, Denver
from $119
More About Hotels near Highland...

Voted in some publications as one of the best neighborhoods in the United States, the Highland neighborhood has undergone tremendous changes in the past decade. Although full of charming Victorian homes, it was long avoided by many locals as a down-and-out spot, but is now a shining example of successful gentrification. From its roots as a settlement, to its later incarnation as a Hispanic enclave, the Highlands and its adjoining West and Lower Highlands neighborhoods have held recent sway as one of the trendiest spots. It is a friendly and engaging spot for artists and foodies. The 44th and Tennyson district holds an entertaining First Friday event each month, with all galleries thrown open to visitors. This is also a foodie mecca, where hot new chefs have opened several local restaurants.

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