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1111 14th Street
Tel: 303 389 3000
Fax: 303 389 3009
The 45-story tower that houses the Four Seasons instantly redefined Denver's skyline. Rising from a prime downtown corner and topped with an iridescent 76-foot spire, it also enjoys the rarefied air of terrific service and a sense of style. Warm smiles and lots of light greet guests in the lobby, a space of vast windows, white marble floors, and leather club chairs. A fireplace marks the transition from the lobby to the Edge bar, where you're likely to see as many designer suits as denim jackets. The 239 rooms, which have sweeping views all the way to the Rockies, fill the first 16 floors. Masculine interiors have wood walls, leather headboards, and transparent glass desks. The spa is on the third floor, and the heated outdoor pool is a park of sorts, large enough for 60-plus trees among the flower beds. The restaurant, Edge, is a solid steak house, or walk to the trendy dining spots of nearby Larimer Square or the LoDo district, home to micropubs Wynkoop Brewing Company, Denver's first, a 1988 establishment in a 1899 building.
Which room to book: Deluxe Corner Roomsgo as close to the sixteenth floor as possiblefeature heated floors and soaking tubs fronting massive picture windows looking out over the mountains.
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