Archive for the 'Hotel Denver' Category

Mar 26 2013

The Story Behind the Newcomer in Our Lobby

Published by under Hotel Denver

Originally purchased from Sears Roebuck for a reported $29.95, the organ in our lobby now was a wedding gift to Nellie Reagle in 1908 from her parents. Nellie lived for a few years in Valentine, Nebraska, before she and her husband loaded their belongings (including the organ) into a wagon and came to Colorado to […]

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Mar 05 2013

The History of our “Denver” Rooms

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The group of rooms we call “Denver Rooms” are relatively new construction. An old building was demolished, and after 288 days of construction, the 17 new Denver Rooms were completed. Completion was August 2001, 11 days before the 911 tragedy. The Denver rooms line the entire eastern (Denver-side, thus the name) face of The Hotel […]

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Jan 21 2013

The evolution of our rooms

Published by under Hotel Denver

The Owner / Operator of our hotel, April Carver, gives us valuable insights in this edition of our blog! Back in 1914 when the Hotel Denver was conceived, small rooms were the norm. The typical traveler at that time was a business man or a couple on holiday. Silver kings built the hotel across the […]

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Jan 03 2013

Come and See What We Mean!

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Do you see what I see? From Room 442 of The Hotel Denver, a fourth floor private deck boasts great views of Glenwood Springs’ top three attractions. With its secret trails, steep rock walls and even a hanging lake, view Glenwood Canyon as it winds east from this room. Glenwood Canyon is 16 miles of […]

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Apr 03 2012

Rekindle the Romance Here!

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If you are looking for a romantic getaway in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, our Colorado Couples Getaways can nearly guarantee your rekindling! It’s a complex, yet simple formula we have been perfecting for decades to create the perfect recipe for love!   Take one part real town, nestled along the banks of the mighty Colorado […]

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