You’ll Never Forget Your Stay At This Incredible Historic Hotel Hiding In Colorado

When it comes to Colorado hotels, we have some of the best (if I do say so myself). From the family-friendly Best Western Movie Manor to the infamous Stanley Hotel all the way to the posh and historic Brown Palace Hotel, Colorado has something unique for practically every taste and budget! However, when it comes to the pièce de résistance of Colorado lodging, the Crawford Hotel at Denver’s historic Union Station may just take the cake…

Named one of the Top 11 Business Hotels in the World by CNN, the Crawford Hotel is the epitome of ritz with its luxurious rooms, amenities, and access to beautiful Downtown Denver. After undergoing more than $58 million in renovations, Denver’s Union Station is bigger and better than ever and its newly revamped rooms, which are designed to resemble vintage sleeper cars, comes as no exception. Originally opened in 1881, Denver’s Union Station has seen many changes through its long life, including a devastating fire that destroyed most of the first building (1884), an airline-induced passenger decline (1950s), the introduction of the light rail, and eventually the grand opening of what is in place today. If (and when) you stay at the Crawford, be sure to make plans to stop for happy hour at the swanky Terminal Bar, shop the iconic Tattered Cover, and grab a cone from Milkbox (which serves Denver’s famous Little Man Ice Cream.)

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