“To serve. To indulge. To amaze.”
Presidents, rock stars, executives, and discerning travelers all choose the one-of-a-kind historic luxury of Denver’s only 4-Star, 4-Diamond hotel. Brown Palace Hotel is the second-oldest operating hotel in Denver, Colorado and is the first atrium-style hotel ever built. It is now operated by Quorum Hotels and Resorts. It was built in 1892, one year later than the Oxford Hotel. It was named for its original owner, Henry C. Brown, and was designed with its odd triangular shape by architect Frank Edbrooke. The Brown Palace in Denver, Colorado is reputed to be haunted by many locals, as well as many who visit the location that are professional paranormal investigators. This immense structure currently serves as a hotel for the traveling public. In the year of 1892, a man by the name of Henry Brown opened the hotel. It is a known fact that, throughout the history of the building, it was never closed for business. However, it has been brought up to date through its history through numerous renovations. It is believed that this structure serves as a resting place for the living, but is anything but restful for the spirits that are said to linger there. Please note: All public tours during the month of October will be our popular Historical Ghost Tour.
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