by Brian Burke
on Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 at 9:24pm.
STAYCATION IDEAS IN DENVER
Usually, vacations require traveling on the road for hours. Sometimes, the travel time is even longer than the amount of time spent in your destination of choice. It’s true what they say, sometimes it feels like you need a vacation after having one. You travel to relax and recharge, but sometimes end up feeling more exhausted than when you started.
That is why many people opt for staycations. Staycation is a coined term from stay and vacation, meaning you do not have to move any further for you to enjoy the feeling and perks of an actual vacation. This gives many benefits to travelers. This removes the hassle of tiring road trips and queuing in bus terminals and airports. It also lessens the travel costs, giving you more money to spend for pampering yourself. The money saved from gasoline and airfare can be used in different activities like shopping, spa treatments and eating out. Also, it gives you the opportunity to revisit places and activities that have been right under your nose all the time, but has escaped your attention because you were too caught up with the demands of daily living.
Staycation Hotels in Denver, Colorado
If you are from Denver, Colorado or nearby states, you are in luck because the mile-high city offers a lot of different hotels for staycation. These hotels are classified according to its type and the kind of experience that it offers to travelers.
A lot of quaint but lovely boutique hotels, spa resorts and romantic hotels have been popping up like mushrooms that you can have a different staycation spot every week. The following are some of the boutique hotels in Denver that have been given approval by travelers.
The ART, a hotel
The ART, with the address of 1201 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203 has been getting raves from its guests because of this luxurious, iconic feel. It is very representative of the dynamism of the Cultural District where it is located and is just a stone throw away from the Central Business District. It houses the Portico Gallery, featuring a constantly changing display of world class installations from renowned artists. You will be greeted by attentive hotel staff that will be at your beck and call during your stay. It offers the luxury of a big hotel while maintaining the homey, intimate feel.
Fire, its in-house restaurant, is perfect for socials because of its extensive wine list and its Daily Social Hour, when their food and drinks special are offered from 3pm to 6pm/ It is also a good venue for gatherings since it holds 5,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space.
Four Seasons Hotel Denver
The Four Seasons Hotel is a Denver landmark on its own. It is found in the heart of Denver’s theatre district and gives a spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains. Aside from the grandeur of the hotel, it is also known for its relaxing, invigorating spa. The therapists in Four Seasons are experts in removing the tension from your muscles through its wide array of massage options. All these kinds of massages promise an experience of a lifetime. The kinds of massages offered are Sticks and Stones Massage, Evergreen Massage, Rocky Mountain Hot Stone, Deep Tissue Massage, among other. They even have a massage called Mom-to-Be for expecting mothers.
The multinational hotel chain JW Marriott in Cherry Creek, Denver’s shopping and dining district, is at par with its counterparts worldwide. Dubbed as an urban retreat, it offers the blissful union of luxury and comfort. Its contemporary design is paired with excellent service from its staff. The hotel has a total of 196 guest rooms offering a huge space, marble baths and majestic panoramic views of the Rocky mountains. You can enjoy your cocktails while being warmed by its outdoor fire pits. After the happy hour, you can treat yourself with a soothing spa treatment to seal your day.
Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast
If you want to try the greener route and you are looking for something smaller and quaint, then you might fall in love with Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast. This urban oasis smack in the middle of the downtown, tries to marry innovation with environmental consciousness. You will immediately be captivated by its architecture and rustic interiors. It is like having a courtyard for yourself. They serve breakfast made from locally-sourced ingredients, giving a boost to the economy of the community and offering fresh, quality food to its guests at the same time. You can while your time away relaxing in its serene gardens, or by conserving with fellow vacationers in their community table.
The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa
For those looking for that “wow” cultural experience, there is The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa. It is one of the first hotels with an atrium style. Built in 1892, this icon is steeped with history and tradition. The stained-glass skylight, Florentine arches and wrought iron panels give you the feeling of going back in a more genteel, laid-back time in history. You can even experience the traditional afternoon tea. Despite its historical character, the hotel gives the guests the comfort of modern amenities like wi-fi connection, coffeemaker, and smart phone docking stations and many others.
Denver is peppered with a lot of hotels to choose from for your staycation needs. You just have to keep your eyes open to find them.
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