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Top 10 Accessible Hotels in Denver
By: Danielle Max | May 16 2017

Whether you come to Denver to explore the city, to head out into the surroundings or use it as a jumping-off point for the gorgeous Rocky Mountains, there are plenty of hotel choices for every budget. Staying downtown puts you in close proximity to many of the city’s major attractions, including the 16th Street Mall and public transportation, while hotels closer to the airport allow you to land and start exploring the city and its environs immediately.


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1. Aloft Denver Downtown
800 15th Street, Denver, CO, 80202
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3-Star Hotel

Aloft hotels are designed to be a little different, and the Aloft Denver Downtown is no exception. With cool touches, such as specialty cocktails at the W XYZ bar, Re:fuel by Aloft for when you are feeling hungry and the Re:mix lounge for unwinding and people watching, this isn’t your average hotel. Best of all, the Aloft Denver Downtown is located just one black away from the Colorado Convention Center and 16th Street Mall, so you’ll be able to experience the best of Denver right on your doorstep.

Mobility accessible features include roll-in showers/bathtubs with grab bars.

Hearing-accessible features include doorbell/telephone notification devices, visual fire alarms, portable communications kits containing visual alarms and notification devices, TTY and televisions with closed captioning.

The swimming pool, business center and fitness center are all accessible.

The hotel offers valet parking.

Call the hotel at 303-623-3063 with any questions about the accessible facilities and services on offer.

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2. Crowne Plaza Denver
1450 Glenarm Place, Denver, CO 80202
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The Crowne Plaza Denver is situated within easy walking distance of many of the Mile High City’s top attractions, including the 16th Street Mall and the Colorado Convention Center. The hotel’s in-house restaurant, Off Sixteenth, offers healthy fare throughout the day while The Place bar is a great place to unwind after a busy day of sightseeing or schmoozing on the conference floor. For those who need even more help to relax, the hotel offers Sleep Advantage® amenities including premium bedding, aromatherapy, Quiet Zone floors and guaranteed wake-up calls, so just lie back, close your eyes and zzzzzz.

Mobility accessible features include accessible door locks, heating, cooling and light controls. Guest room furniture can be rearranged. Bathroom doors open outwards and have accessible bathroom controls, raised toilet with grab bars, tub with grab bars/roll-in shower (with safety bar) and adequate turning space.

Hearing-accessible features include TVs with closed captioning, telephone with amplifier or TDD, visual alarms/alerts in guest rooms, hallways and public areas.

The hotel also has braille in guest rooms, emergency instructions are available in braille or 14pt print. Restaurant menus are also available in 14pt print.

The fitness center, business center and restaurant are all accessible.

The hotel offers seven accessible self-parking spaces for cars and vans. There is also a parking drop-off point adjacent to the entrance.

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3. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver
3203 Quebec Street, Denver, CO 80207
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3-Star Hotel

Any hotel that greets you with freshly baked cookies at check in is worth checking out. Along with tempting baked goods, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver offers complimentary Wi-Fi, on demand movies, a range of dining options as well as an on-site sports bar. Ask for a room with a view of the Rockies. The hotel is just 20 minutes from downtown and a mile away from the A Line rail to connect to downtown Denver and the airport.

Mobility accessible features include lowered light switches, lowered thermostat controls, lowered peep hole in door, lowered shelf storage and lower or adjustable closet rod and bathroom with roll-in shower.

Hearing-accessible features include closed captioning on televisions or closed captioning decoders, visual alarms in hallways and public areas and TTY for guest use.

There is braille in the elevator and rooms also have braille numbers on the doors.

The exercise facility, restaurant and swimming pool are all accessible. 

The hotel offers accessible parking spaces for cars and vans in the self-parking facility. Accessible transportation is available with advance notice.

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4. Four Seasons Hotel Denver
1111 14th Street, Denver, CO 80202
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5-Star Hotel

If you’re looking for a hotel with a bit of an edge during your stay, the Four Seasons Hotel Denver is a great choice. The in-house EDGE restaurant boasts Denver’s only wood-burning grill, allowing diners to enjoy Colorado-ranched beef grilled over pecan wood. For a lighter option, take your pick from the tapas-style menu at the EDGE bar and work your way through the extensive wine menu (50 by the glass) or explore some local micro-brews. Just be careful not to over indulge. The hotel stands 45-stories high, adding another touch of altitude to the Mile High City.

The hotel has a range of accessible rooms available, including a one-bedroom suite.

Mobility accessible features include a lowered peephole in door, lowered light switches, lowered drawers and rack in closet. Lowered desks are available. Bathrooms have roll-in shower with grab bars, handheld faucet in shower, attached fold-out seat in shower, grab bars for toilet and an easy roll-in sink area.

Hearing-accessible features include TTY/TDD phones available through the Front Desk upon request. 

The hotel is valet only.

The business center and restaurant are accessible.

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5. Grand Hyatt Denver
1750 Welton Street, Denver, CO 80202
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4-Star Hotel

The Grand Hyatt Denver has a lot going for it, not least of all its “grand” location near the 16th Street Mall. The hotel also boasts downtown Denver’s only rooftop fitness facility with an outdoor track (and shuffleboard). There’s also an indoor swimming pool, PUB17 on Welton Street, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Fireside | The Bar, which offers wine and spirits as well as a full-service Starbucks. Rooms have a coffee maker with complimentary coffee, flat-screen TV, iHome alarm clock with iPod dock and June Jacobs bath amenities.

Mobility accessible features include lowered key entryway, bath, lighting and climate-control features, low-profile bed base and motorized curtains and sheers. Bathrooms have an accessible tub/roll-in shower, lowered door handle, towel hooks, towel rack, bathroom grab bars and raised toilet seat.

Hearing-accessible features include closed-caption television, cordless phone and standard fire alarm system with additional emergency strobe light and strobe-light smoke detector, fire alarm system including emergency strobe light and strobe-light smoke detector.

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6. Holiday Inn Express Denver Downtown
1715 Tremont Place Denver, CO 80202
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3-Star Hotel

Stay at the recently renovated Holiday Inn Express Denver Downtown and enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast buffet, free high-speed Wi-Fi, flat panel TVs and an in-room coffee maker. The hotel also has valet parking with unlimited in and out privileges, so that’s one less thing to worry about. Remember, kids ages 19 and under stay for free when sharing their parents’ room and up to four kids aged 12 and under eat free any time of the day in any on-site restaurant.

The hotel has ten accessible rooms.

Mobility accessible features include portable bathtub seats.

Hearing-accessible features include TV with closed captioning, telephone with TDD, visual alarms/alerts in guest rooms and public spaces and communication kits with visual alarms.  

The exercise facility and business center are accessible.

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3-Star Hotel

They say there’s no place like home, and with its array of amenities and features, the accommodation at the Homewood Suites by Hilton Denver Downtown-Convention Center could actually be better than home. Many of the suites have views of downtown Denver (some with mountain views thrown in as well), contemporary style kitchen with full-sized refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher and twin burner stove – plus all the utensils you need to whip up a three-course meal. Bedrooms also offer HDTV, complimentary Internet access and alarm clock with MP3 player capabilities. There’s also a hot full breakfast daily and an evening social from Monday through Thursday.

Mobility accessible features include roll-in shower/accessible bathtub and a kitchen built to lower scale.

Hearing-accessible features include visual alarm and notification devices for the doorbell or door knock and incoming telephone calls, closed captioning on televisions or closed-captioning decoders and TTY for guest use.

The business center, swimming pool, exercise facility and restaurant are all accessible.

The hotel has valet-only parking.

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4-Star Hotel

Denver may be Mile High, but a visit to the Peaks Lounge at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center will take you even higher. Located on the 27th floor of the hotel, the lounge has incredible views of Denver and the Rocky Mountains. If you can tear yourself away from the view (it’s hard, we know), there’s an indoor heated pool, outdoor hot tub, cocktail bar, 24-hour coffee shop and the Altitude Restaurant, which serves a breakfast buffet, gourmet lunch and extensive dinner selections. The restaurant offers a three-course Prime Rib prix fixe dinner on Friday and Saturday nights.

Mobility accessible features include lowered peephole and door latch, lowered thermostat and light switches, lowered entryway features, lowered closet shelves, a wide bathroom door, roll-in shower or accessible tub, bathroom grab bars, a raised toilet seat and lowered door handle, towel hooks and towel rack.

Hearing-accessible features include an emergency strobe light and strobe-like smoke detector and closed-caption television.

There are braille symbols in the elevators, a braille compendium and braille restaurant menus. 

The fitness center is accessible.

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9. Kimpton Hotel Monaco Denver
1717 Champa Street Denver, CO 80202
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4-Star Hotel

This Kimpton Hotel Monaco Denver has an award-winning in-house restaurant, which Zagat calls one of America’s best restaurants. Book a table at Panzano and enjoy northern Italian fare or indulge in some signature dishes, beers, wines and cocktails at the new Panzano Bar. As well as great food, the hotel has a daily hosted wine reception and complimentary morning Lavazza coffee and tea service in the lobby, a salon and spa, complimentary bicycles and an open pet policy.

The hotel has accessible deluxe rooms, as well as the accessible Monte Carlo suite. Mobility features include an accessible tub with grab bars and a handheld showerhead as well as roll-in showers. Communications features, including TTY capabilities and TVs with closed captioning or closed-captioning decoder.

The restaurant, business center and exercise facility are all accessible.

The hotel offers valet parking.

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10. Staybridge Suites Denver International Airport
6951 Tower Road Denver, CO, 80249
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3-Star Hotel

The recently renovated suites at the Staybridge Suites Denver International Airport give you more space than an average hotel room. Each suite comes complete with a full kitchen, and everything needed to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner on the road. There’s also free Internet, flat screen TVs and, most important of all, daily housekeeping (don’t worry, there’s no need to wash dishes; each suite also comes with a dishwasher). If you stay during the week, there’s an evening reception, allowing you to relax after a busy day of sightseeing or business meetings.

Mobility accessible features include portable bathtub seats.

Hearing-accessible features include close-captioned TV, telephone with amplifier or TDD, visual alarm/alert and communication kits with visual alarms.

The exercise facility, pool and business center are all accessible.

There is accessible parking for cars and vans in the self-parking facility.

Entrance to the hotel is via a ramp.

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