Thompson Denver

Western Wow

fromUSD $324*night
Includes all taxes & fees
*Based on a 3 night stay, from Thu, Apr 25 to Sun, Apr 28. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

Denver, Colorado

Thompson Denver

Western Wow

What it is

A sleek and modern retreat in downtown Denver, with 216 luxe guest rooms, a Michelin-starred chef helming the brasserie, and a sixth floor bar.

What it isn't

Forgetting why it’s here. Floor to ceiling windows maximize views of the snow dusted Rocky Mountains.

What we think

An instant jewel in the crown of storied downtown Denver, Thompson could go cowboy booted toe to toe with any New York City hotel. Guest rooms designed by Manhattan firm Parts + Labor feel incredibly custom, from the leather wrapped headboards with built-in shelving to the D.S. & Durga toiletries in the serene bathrooms. We love the 451 square foot Skyline Suite for its separate living space and the 1,032-square-foot Thompson Suite, which has a private terrace and double sided gas fireplace that puts other options to shame. While you’re here, make time for cocktails at Reynard Social, where you can tip back a Wolf Tracks cocktail (Maker’s Mark whiskey, aged rum, chocolate, banana, amaro and sweet vermouth) while overlooking the cityscape from its sixth floor perch.

You're here because

They put your comfort first: all guest rooms are fitted with blackout curtains, Sferra bed linens, robes and slippers, an honor bar, and heating and A.C. you can control at the push of a button.

The Moment

Starbucks, schmarbucks. When you’re traveling, you like to go where the locals go…and at Thompson Denver, that means Duel Coffee—named after an infamous 19th century Denver gunfight between two madams. Your preferred jolt here, a nitro cold brew, is better than gunsmoke.

Restaurants & Bars

Chez Maggy - A unique approach to classic French cuisine using elements and ingredients native to Colorado.

Reynard Social - A lively lounge overlooking the Rocky Mountains, 16th Street Mall and the Denver skyline.

Duel Coffee - Pick up legendary coffee, pastries and morning starters.


Three blocks from Denver’s 1914 Beaux Arts train station, and a one mile walk from the city’s just-redone Denver Art Museum—an asymmetrical monolith designed by Polish starchitect Daniel Libeskind.

1616 Market Street
Denver, 80202
United States

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