Sometimes hotels can feel alike from city to city, but not in Denver. Several properties are making a statement with uber-unique features that guests will remember long after their visits to The Mile High City. These hotels are providing a new level of fun and urban adventure.
At Halcyon, a hotel in Cherry Creek, check in at the Kitchen Counter where front desk staff double as bartenders and baristas. Guest rooms feature old-style turntables and a selection of vinyl records with additional options available in the hotel’s gear garage in the lobby. The garage is filled with other fun items for guests to check out and use like snowshoes, sleds, Piaggio scooters, cruiser bikes, longboards, hamboards, GoPros, a Leica camera, Osprey backpacks filled for outdoor adventures, board games and more.
Hostel Fish, an upscale hostel in the heart of Denver, also has an impressive vinyl collection (everything from Tchaikovsky to Ol’ Dirty Bastard) and two vintage record players. The collection, which originally belonged to owner Chad Fish and his wife, keeps growing as guests buy records around town and leave them for other music lovers to enjoy.