Four Seasons Hotel Denver
Located in the heart of downtown Denver, Four Seasons is a stylish and sophisticated landmark in the city. Oversized windows offer Rocky Mountain views and the spa, heated terrace pool and proximity to Denver's best dining make it the place to stay.
At a Glance
Contemporary landmark hotel in downtown
Approximately 30-minutes from Denver International
Expansive luxury spa and rooftop heated pool
Just one block from Denver's best dinning and bars
Signature restaurant for all-day dinning
Four Seasons is just one block from Larimer Square. With its pretty fairy lights, lively bars and excellent farm-to-table cuisine its a fun place to spend the evening. Osteria Marco for Italian or Rioja for Spanish are both excellent first night options with great menu's served al fresco.Maudie Tomlinson
Relax poolside at the Four Season's rooftop pool terrace (one of the only downtown hotels with a pool)!Camilla Swift
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Four Seasons Denver offers a sumptuous overnight stay in downtown Denver - a city alive with sports, theater, nightlife and excellent shopping. The hotel stands out as a landmark tower and is located opposite the theater complex; minutes from three sports centers; the trendy restaurants, bars and shops of nearby Larimer Square, as well as the shopping at Cherry Creek and 16th Street Mall.
The hotel offers sleek, contemporary guest rooms on the first sixteen floors, with private residences above. The guest rooms exude residential-style comfort, some with expansive views of the city and the Rocky Mountains.
Four Seasons Hotel Denver celebrates downtown's energy with the dynamic EDGE Restaurant and Bar, one of the city's most appealing places for food and cocktails. Guests can indulge in regional dishes created from locally sourced ingredients at the restaurant or select a lighter selection from the tapas-style bar menu. For relaxation, there's a full service Spa and Salon, and the third-floor rooftop terrace, where there is a heated swimming pool and whirlpool and for the more active, a fitness center.
Spacious, inviting and residential in style, the hotel's 218 guest rooms are comfortably furnished with sumptuous beds, writing desks, lounge chairs, ottoman and bed options in addition to the standard king-size. The hotel also has 21 suites with separate living and sleeping areas, some feature cosy stone fireplaces.
|Premier Corner Room||
Deluxe Corner Rooms on the 4th to 16th floors feature large wraparound windows and boast downtown and/or mountain views from their 485-500 sq ft space.
|Deluxe Mountain-View Room||
As the name suggests these rooms have mountain views and are located between the 10th and 16th floors and measure 410-485 sq ft.
The Deluxe Rooms offer views of downtown and the mountains and are located from the 4th to 16th floors and measure 410-485 sq ft.
Superior Rooms are located on the 4th to 7th floor and feature oversized windows for natural light and partial views of downtown and East views on lower floors. This room measures 410-445 sq ft.
|One-Bedroom Presidential Suite||
Located on the 16th floor this exquisitely decorated suite boasts west-facing mountain views, a spacious 2,235 sq ft of accommodation, standard full marble bathroom and a guest powder room.
The One-Bedroom Suites feature north-facing windows with views of the city and mountains and are located between the 6th and 13th floor, 935 sq ft in size and come with a full marble bathroom and guest powder room with shower.
|Premier One-Bedroom Suite||
Premier One-Bedroom Suites are located higher up on the 14th and 15th floors for premium views and extra space. With 1,350 sq ft of living space separated into bedroom and living room and north-facing city and mountain views this suite is perfect for entertaining.
|Four Seasons Executive Suite||
Large wraparound windows showcase great views of Downtown Denver from floors 9 to 13 from this 635-700 sq ft suite complete with full marble bathroom and guest powder room with shower.
Warm and inviting, EDGE Restaurant, an American steakhouse offers all-day dinning and a weekend brunch. The focus is on seasonal, artisanal ingredients, sourced from farms and ranches in Colorado.
The pool terrace offers a serene oasis to enjoy a light meal or cocktail and soak up the sun. The EDGE Bar offers exclusivity as one of Denver's evening meeting places, offering tapas-style menu, microbrew beer and a great selection of wine.
Four Seasons Denver offers a lavish Spa, a large and airy fitness center and rooftop terrace. The Spa offers a sleek, modern interiors with ten treatment rooms, including two couples' suites with private showers and sunken tubs. There are distinctive skin care, body wraps and massage treatments as well as a Nail Salon with pedicure and manicure stations.
Known as the Mile High City, Denver is an active, young city located at the base of the Rocky Mountains. It’s the gateway to the old west and outdoor adventure. Guests spending a night in Denver on arrival to the States will appreciate it's easy to walk to downtown with a buzzing restaurant scene serving farm-to-table cuisine. For shopping, the 16th Street Mall offers mainstream names and cowboy outfitters for going to a ranch. A free shuttle bus makes it easy to explore downtown neighborhoods like Larimer Square and Lower Downtown where most of Denver’s best dinning can be found.
For those staying longer, Denver offers art museums and entertainment. Root for a home team at a pro-sporting event – Coors Field baseball field is home to the Colorado Rockies team. Denver Art Museum offers insights into American Indian art and there’s a planetarium and Zoo.
Location & Directions
Denver is the Rocky Mountain gateway city and sits at 7,000 feet above sea level. Its the ideal jumping off point for a mountain getaway - in summer and winter.
When to go
Visitors to Denver are pleasantly surprised by its climate, which features over 300 days of sunshine a year, and very little rainfall. Summer's bring beautiful long days and comfortable evenings, with low humidity. Mild winters mean snow melts quickly, allowing golf courses and outdoor cafes to remain open all year round.