The Ritz-Carlton, Denver
1881 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80202, USA
| +1 303-312-3800
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The Ritz-Carlton, DenverLocated near the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, Coors Field, and the restaurants and shops of the LoDo district, the Ritz-Carlton delivers its customary luxury with a bevy of local touches. Starting at 550 square feet, the largest guestrooms in town are outfitted with Frette linens, Asprey toiletries, and all-marble baths with rainforest showers and soaking tubs. Club-level rooms up the ante with access to the concierge lounge’s complimentary bites and drinks, plus tastings of neighorhood brews and attended omelet stations on weekends. Elway’s Downtown steakhouse—named for the NFL Hall of Famer and Broncos general manager—serves regional meats like lamb chops with green-chile fondue and Wagyu rib-eye as well as an extensive selection of wines, cocktails made with Colorado craft spirits (even the bitters are made in Boulder), and draught beers brewed within walking distance of the hotel. Even the 6,000-square-foot spa gets in on the Denver love: an exfoliating body scrub incorporates hops and malt sourced from a brewery nearby.
about 5 years ago
Soothing Hands and Pale Ale
Colorado’s Great Divide Brewing Co. provides malt and ale for a unique, exfoliating body scrub, and a dark stout for a mask meant to create silky skin. Now there's finally confirmation of something we always suspected: Beer is good for you.