Downtown Denver living filled with charm and local art
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The Curtis has an enviable central downtown location, right opposite the Performing Arts Complex and just two blocks from the famous 16th Street Mall. The Denver Museum of Contemporary Art is just 13 minutes away and the Colorado Convention Center is just a block from the hotel. For those wanting a break from the city less than a mile away is the South Platte Valley, featuring river-lined bike paths and parks, popular for white-water rafting and kayaking. City Park is five miles away, where you can find 314 acres of recreational space including a golf course, tennis courts, parks and sports fields, plus Denver Zoo.
Sporting 336 pop-culture-powered rooms and suites, each floor of The Curtis has a different theme with eye-catching art and installations throughout. The vibe is kitsch and retro but with modern up-to-the-minute furnishings and amenities. All rooms and suites offer 300-thread-count linens as standard, with all mod-cons such as air conditioning, mini-refrigerator, 42-inch flat screen TV, coffee maker, iPod dock and high-speed internet. The one-bedroom suites, with spacious living area, separate bedroom and two bathrooms are named after rock bands like The Rolling Stones or Kiss so you can indulge your inner rock star.
Located just off the lobby, the hotel’s retro-chic restaurant and martini bar 'The Corner Office' has a progressive menu centred around 'global comfort food'. Favourite dishes from around the world are served up using local ingredients in an energetic dining room and the bustling bar has daily extended happy hours. Dubbed as one of Denver’s most fun and exciting eating experiences, TCO was a winner of the 2016 OpenTable Diner’s Choice Award. For dining options outside of the hotel, 40 restaurants are within easy walking distance.
With the emphasis firmly on fun, the retro-inspired Curtis is full of surprising amenities guaranteed to make you smile. You can play a game of Candyland or Monopoly in the lobby, or browse in the 5 & Dime store full of treats from the past. There is an on-site Starbucks and a 24-hour fitness centre. Impressive and eclectic art is on show throughout the hotel, featuring works by local Colorado and internationally renowned artists, making The Curtis a vibrant destination in a city known for its outstanding art collections.
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