There are more pet-friendly hotels in Denver than brewpubs! Well not really, but you get the picture. And you’ll find that many of these hotels go above and beyond when it comes to making Fido feel at ease. In addition to fetching hotel amenities, the Mile High City is full of dog-friendly activities. So go for a hike in Washington Park, stroll down the mile-long 16th Street Mall downtown or pop into one of the city’s famed brewpubs. Your cozy room will feel like home away from home for both of you.
Best Rooms: To get a mountain view, book either a Premium room, a Grand King or a Premium Suite, and request a room on the west side of the hotel on floors 7 - 11.
Best Rooms: Guests can have a view of the pool from rooms facing Bannock St. on floors 2 - 4.
Best Rooms: For a nice view of the pool, request room numbers ending in *20 - *22 on floor 1 (e.g. 120, 121, 122). It's also visible from rooms 228 and 230 on floor 2.
2.5 star hotel
Area: Lincoln Park
1.18 mi from city center
Best Rooms: You'll find good views of the creek and surrounding buildings from suites facing N Speer Blvd. on floors 3 - 4.
Best Rooms: Rooms facing west offer views of downtown, while rooms facing east offer views of the valley. Most guests prefer the downtown view, from floors 7 and above.
Best Rooms: The majority of views offered are of the city, but for a better view, upgrade to a Mountain View room on floors 15 - 19. Corner rooms ending in *07 have a dual view of the mountains and city on floors 10 - 19 (e.g. 1207, 1507).
Best Rooms: Corner Kings on floors 14 - 25 have the most panoramic city views. If you're willing to spend a little extra, the Executive Suites (and of course the Presidential Suite) have great city views as well.