This hotel is great! My friends and I stayed here over a weekend after flying in from Chicago for a wedding. The hotel is really lovely and I loved my interactions with the staff. I consider myself an artist who knows a thing or two about my field. Sadly, not a lot of everyday people share my interests so I do not typically get to have in depth conversations about art pieces. My friends who I love dearly also do not care to have conversations about art which left me wandering the hotel alone admiring what was on display. While walking around looking, I bumped into a technician named Will who was installing lights close to one of the paintings on display. He immediately greeted me and asked if he could help me with anything. I said no but asked him if he knew of any other galleries in the area. To my surprise he knew of many, including addresses and artists presenting that week. Come to find out Will was very knowledgeable about the area and was particularly knowledgeable about the pieces on display at the Art Hotel. Although I could see Will was busy, he spent the next several minutes walking with me explaining at length the history of some of the artists and pieces they had in the hotel. Sadly, he was called away, but not before giving me a wonderful afternoon. I called the hotel and requested to have my thanks shared with Will, but to be certain he receives it I thought it best to place my thanks on a website I know most hotels review frequently. I am already looking forward to my next trip to Denver and know that the Art Hotel will be my go to place to stay from here on.…
The Arts is a beautiful, high end, hotel in a great location in Denver. It is within walking distance of all the main attractions in the city. They have a lovely patio with a nice Happy Hour and good food in the restaurant. The rooms are very modern and clean. We would recommend this hotel is you are visiting Denver.
From the moment you walk in the hotel you feel so welcomed. The beautiful art all over the lobby and common areas make it super charming. It has a boutique hotel vibe. The employees all were super professional, nice and friendly and the rooms were clean and very comfortable. I highly recommend this place. Plus is next to many restaurants in town.
The hotel is in a great location and has a lovely bar and patio with fire pits, but what truly made our stay was the friendly and amazing staff! Thank you to John the front desk manager, Chris, Cornelia and Lucas in the restaurant and of course Connor with room service. It was their hospitality that made this trip so great! We will be back!
After being assured multiple times that my room would meet my special need for quiet (I am disabled), I was put right next to the elevator because I was getting a nice room. I asked if the manager was positive the room would be quiet as he said yes, as it was late and they were “not busy.” After about 1.5 hours of constant taps in the walls (over the television), and an attempt to crank up a white noise machine I had brought, I could no longer stay there. I went downstairs and the manager overnight had changed in the short time. I was told I would be given half off but because of billing issues I’d be called back, as he would try to do everything he could to get my money back. I never received this call nor did I receive this money back. I called and left a message. The manager, still having the ability to fix this issue will not lift a finger to give back the money of a person with disabilities persuaded by a new manager to take a cheap room and then not refunded after an 1.5 of staying and not even drinking a water bottle in the room. I was not so much offered a new room at 4am. My parents stayed in this hotel and spent a lot of money when they had Covid for weeks while visiting last year. It was their positive review that led me to this location. I promise we will not be making that mistake again at the “#1 Hotel in Colorado!” …
I have been staying here since the property first opened. It is now a Hilton Curio hotel, and Hilton is in the process of refurbishing. New linens, carpeting, floors, upholstery, throw pillows. Great location, next to the Denver Art Museum, one block from the Clyfford Still Museum, across the street from the Colorado History Museum, walking distance to the Convention Center, theater, ballet, symphony, and restaurants. Best apple sorbet ever! Complimentary bottled water and small cans of Pepsi in room’s mini fridge. Pleasant, friendly staff - always aims to please!
I stayed here first 2017 and loved everything about it. On my recent stay, I had a different impression. Didn't like the public areas art as much and our room furniture was old and beat up. Plus there were obvious signs of serious water damage to the wall by the bathroom entrance in our room to the point that there was a gap in the wall by the bathroom door and unsightly damage to the base of the wall. The restaurant food was good (both dinner and breakfast). For breakfast, although we were the first there in the morning, everyone who came after got their food first. We waited 30 minutes for ours! The reason they gave as that I had asked for dairy-free eggs, but to do that they had to wipe the grill (which is normally completely covered with butter) and cool then reheat it. To their credit, they comped our meal (which was good, fortunately we had plenty of time to wait!).…
We didn't stay at the hotel, but has brunch at the Fire restaurant. Food was good, so was the service. The hotel has some constructions going on, but did not mind the noise. If you like, art, this hotel has a lot of it. Will definitely stay there one night soon.
Everyone who was working at the hotel was amazing and professional. Even better than luxury resorts I’ve stayed at! Barbara Dwight was a consummate professional and super helpful. Aaron the valet was professional, helpful, and kind as well. And we were so thankful for Mia who brought us water at 6am bc we were so dehydrated! (I think you should put 4 bottles of water in the room fyi. Not 2. 6 would be even better bc they are so small!) The bartenders and servers at Fire were great too. I have nothing bad to say about our stay! Thank you for a lovely time. Highly recommend this hotel, especially if you are going to an event at the museum. :) Also - it truly is nice having all the art around in the hotel. We enjoyed it immensely!
Stayed for three nights in January and would highly recommend this property for a number of reasons. Caring staff who were also friendly and fun. I ate 6 meals there and the food is worthy of a four star culinary rating - the burrata, the dry-rubbed wings, the charcuterie, the salmon with forbidden rice, burgers and fries...and chocolate cake and apple pie. The wine list is spot on, front drive is convenient and the outdoor rooftop lounge with fire pit is a must visit. Ask for Lucas and Boaz in the restaurant and you'll be glad you did. Last thing - their soaking tubs are divine!
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