Brown Palace Hotel

Interesting
Five US presidents and the Beatles have stayed at "The Brown," Denver's grandest hotel (1892, Frank Edbrooke). The nine-story Italian Renaissance landmark is made of red granite and sandstone. Twenty-six stone medallions depicting Rocky Mountain animals are set between the seventh-story windows. Interior balconies, framed by ornate ironwork, rise eight stories above the atrium beneath a stained-class ceiling. Afternoon tea is served in the lobby, itself trimmed with Mexican white onyx.

Useful information

Address : 

321 17th St. at Tremont Pl. & Broadway.

Phone:

+1 303-297-3111

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