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Whether you’re here on business, vacation or for a romantic getaway, Denver’s bed and breakfasts can’t be beat. These Denver B&Bs offer all the comforts of home in unique and often historic settings, each with its own personal touches, ensuring a memorable stay.
The ruby sandstone Capitol Hill Mansion is a highlight of Denver's quaint Capitol Hill neighborhood and what was known as “Millionaires Row.” Its eight elegantly appointed rooms and suites offer turn-of-the-century opulence with modern-day flair. And this is one B&B that emphasizes the breakfast — just wait until you try their freshly baked pastries! Also, don't miss out on the Capitol Hill Mansion's many romance packages that will ensure you and your loved one are treated like royalty. Or go on “A Journey through Architecture” with a 30-minute carriage ride through downtown Denver.
Modern luxury (flat-screen HDTVs, Wi-Fi, iPod docking stations and plush linens) meets historic ambiance at the Patterson Inn, situated on "Millionaire's Row" in Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Each of the nine suites in this National Landmark has a unique theme, such as the Biltmore, inspired by the famed Biltmore Mansion in North Carolina, and the Gusteau, which is reminiscent of 19th-century Paris. Enjoy a full European breakfast every morning, along with a complimentary wine hour from 5–6 p.m.
Look up — each of the five rooms in this historic 1890 Potter Highlands home has a unique wallpapered ceiling designed by world-renowned wallpaper creators Bradbury and Bradbury. Each room in the Lumber Baron Inn & Gardens also includes high-speed Wi-Fi, a private Jacuzzi tub, HDTV and a modern shower. Enjoy a drink on the secluded garden patio lit by fairy lights and surrounded by trickling fountains and cottonwood trees. The inn is open to the public for afternoon tea, Saturday and Sunday brunch, and wine dinners on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Reservations are required.
With its grand exterior and luxurious rooms, Castle Marne casts its spell on many. Built in 1889 and located in the Wyman Historic District of Capitol Hill, Castle Marne is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Each room boasts carefully chosen furnishings that bring together authentic period antiques, family heirlooms and exacting reproductions that create a vintage mood.
This historic stone inn was built in the late 1920s by an Italian prince for his Colorado bride. Maybe that's why it remains the perfect place to celebrate weddings, honeymoons and anniversaries — or just enjoy a romantic getaway. Meadow Creek Mountain Lodge is perched on 34 acres at 8,200 feet, just outside of Conifer. Each of the seven rooms and suites has its own private bath, and guests enjoy a full country breakfast with specialties like blueberry-stuffed French toast and other homemade treats.