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It’s our 10th anniversary. Brown Palace made us wait for three hours to check into our room even though I called earlier in the morning to confirm everything was okay. We had to high tail it to put dinner reservation, yet they left us the...More
In so many ways, this is an elegant and beautiful hotel. The staff was wonderful - especially in the banquets area. If there is a knock - it is the technology. Paid nearly $40 for Wifi for 3 days, and never got more than 4Mbps....More
My wife and I became part of the number one historical hotel in Denver!! The rooms are comfortable and the restaurants are superb!! The Sunday brunch is the best we have ever had! It is within a short distance of "must see" venues in Colorado.
Treat yourself to an evening in this hotel. Although the building is very old, it does not show its age. The hotel room wasn't spacious but it was quite adequate. The bathroom was updated with two showerheads. The only challenge was finding the valet parking:...More
I visited The Brown Palace for a week long conference. The hotel is a breathtaking work of art. My colleague and I had High Tea on our last evening there. It was delicious. The piano player is a living legend and we enjoyed chatting with...More
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The steam room had just been re-done when I visited in May, although I didn't use it. Deep tissue massage was very good. A decent spa, especially if you are staying there, but there are many better. I wouldn't make a trip... More
The steam room had just been re-done when I visited in May, although I didn't use it. Deep tissue massage was very good. A decent spa, especially if you are staying there, but there are many better. I wouldn't make a trip to the hotel just for the spa.