"Stay at the Hotel Teatro If You're in Denver"
Booked the Hotel Teatro through Travelocity mainly based on comparative price and proximity to the convention center, but hope to return again even if just for a few days in the Denver area. Friendly and attentive staff--example, when someone passing through the lobby noticed me enter and heading to the elevator, he pushed the button so it arrived faster. Breakfast served in a lounge that looks like the library in a home, with comfortable chairs and tables, and delicious oatmeal. Dinner in The Nickel Restaurant was well prepared and served. My room was on the 2nd floor. It had a short hallway at the entry level, with the closet and bathroom, and then then, two steps down, the queen bed, desk, sofa, and table. Even facing 14th St., it was quiet. There was an interesting old photograph for decoration. It appeared to be about a century old, with a rich young lady on a lounge reaching out toward a much older butler holding a tray. When I asked about it, I was told it was from a play performed around 1911, when the building was erected. They take great pride in its history, first as the headquarters for the Denver Tramway Company, and then, for the past two decades, the Hotel Teatro. In short, comfortable, affordable, and welcoming.
Traveller from New Jersey/New York