The Brown Palace Hotel, located in the heart of the downtown financial district, is a Denver Icon rich in tradition and history. Home to distinctive guestrooms and suites with contemporary amenities, six unique restaurants and bars and a boutique spa.
Love the cigar bar, old school
One of the most prestigious hotels in Denver. Ask about the tunnels that lead to the Denver Capital Building.
No better place for high Tea.
Oldest and classiest place to stay in Denver.
Afternoon tea is absolutely wonderful. If you're over 21 get the kir royal and brown palace truffle added to your tea service, both are delicious.
Gorgeous 19th century iron work and stained glass in the atrium lobby.
Conferencedirect team meeting
Great room on the corner! So excited!
This is the second-oldest operating of Denver and is one of the first atrium-style hotels ever built. Plus they really know how to decorate around Christmas time. Wow.
Beautiful 1800's hotel. Deep bath tubs, had two baths already! I'm in heaven. Thank you Patrick
Hands-down, one of the two greatest hotel lobbies in the United States.
Leaving the Brown Palace Hotel in the morning (if the snow stops soon) and I must say the service was amazing. From the housekeeping staff to room service, they all treated me like royalty!
Super nice staff.
Awesome singers with piano man in the Tavern on Friday nights!
Nope nottingham hotel
I think it's worth the splurge. The staff treats every person like a star. Every time I stay here, I never want to leave.
Great place. Recommended stay!
The building of the original Brown Palace cost $1.6 million, an exorbitant and unprecedented construction outlay in 1892.
Michael is the best bartender in town.
Room 711 is haunted.
Finish the afternoon with a classic Denver treat: afternoon tea. Enjoy fresh scones, sweet pastries and dainty tea sandwiches, and the delightful melody of a harpist or pianist.
Best scotch menu in the US!
The famed Brown Palace Hotel has its own built-in artesian well that provides fancy water to guests through their faucets.
Take the hotel tour. Lots of history and a tour of the president suite.
Beautiful Hotel. A must stay!
Honey from rooftop bees is brewed into a new saison beer available at Ship Tavern and Wynkoop Brewery.
They have 250,000 bees on the hotel roof (in 4 hives) that supply honey for their afternoon tea and spa products. Also helping creating awareness for the current honeybee crisis.
The Brown Palace employs an in-house historian who can describe the days when miners traded & clashed with the Arapaho tribe. NOTHING DAUNTED explores this era in the Wild West.http://bit.ly/nssPvG
Almost every president in the United States, since Teddy Roosevelt has stayed here.
The Christmas decorations are beautiful! Tea or a cocktail in the lobby is a must
Order a cocktail in the main lobby after 4 pm and imagine yourself as a turn of the century Robber Baron
This 118 year-old hotel sits on top of its own artesian well. Drink from the tap, or enjoy the best water pressure of any shower on earth. Not kidding.
If you come to Denver, this is a must stay hotel.
Pay a little extra to book a "top of the brown" room- brand new remodels with incredible views and gorgeous bathrooms.