Fresh and brimming with pop-culture kitsch, the Curtis, a DoubleTree Hotel, gives our guests a dose of fun, with free Wi-Fi thrown in. The 16-story, 336-room hotel is one of our guests' favorites in all of Denver. Each uniquely named floor has a different retro-pop theme (Floor 13 is called "dun, dun, dunnnn!"). Rooms are decidedly up-to-date, with flat-panel TVs, iPod speaker systems and free Wi-Fi. If you can tear yourself away from the retro gift and candy shop, you can work out in the fitness room or catch up in the 24-hour business center. The Curtis is about fun and whimsy, though, so take in the inspired decor, and perhaps try a meal at the on-site restaurant. It's 100-percent non-smoking here, but feel free to bring Fido along. Valet parking is available. The Curtis, a DoubleTree Hotel, is located just steps from the action of LoDo (Lower Downtown), Denver's popular entertainment district. Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the largest theater complex west of the Mississippi, is just a block away. The Sixteenth Street Mall's open-air shopping will satisfy your urge to spend. The City Park is a 10-minute drive east, where you'll find the Denver Zoo and the renowned Denver Museum of Nature and Science. It's an easy five-minute walk to the Colorado Convention Center, and Denver International Airport is 25 miles away. Note that parking downtown is tough, but available for a fee at the hotel. For a retro-inspired hotel that is a destination instead of just a place to rest your head, our guests enjoy the groovy Curtis, where an "amazing" staff and "fun themes" are highlights.
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