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Restored to reflect its original appearance, this landmark edifice built in 1910 includes original architectural masonry details and an exterior clock reminiscent of 17th Street’s past as the “wall street of the west.” Where historic details add interest to the chic design of our thoughtfully appointed rooms, pure hospitality awaits in the center of downtown at Magnolia Denver, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel. As an added convenience, we have proudly partnered with Marriott Hotels. This partnership allows you to experience the independence of Magnolia while enjoying Marriott Bonvoy benefits.

Comfortable and inviting, we’re close to everywhere you want to be, including Coors Field, Mile High Stadium and the Pepsi Center, as well as many local attractions and other event venues. No visit would be complete without a stop in at Harry’s, rated “one of the best places to chill” by the Denver Post.

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Located in the heart of everywhere you want to be in Denver, learn about favorite local destinations, travel tips and more below.

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