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For those planning a spring or summer visit to Denver, there are several great and affordable hotels near Coors Field, home to the Colorado Rockies. Baseball season brings out the best in Denver’s downtown, giving a new life to the bars and restaurants of LoDo. It is the perfect time to visit Denver to get a true sense of the city and, of course, to check out Coors Field’s popular Rooftop Bar while the Rockies are on the field.

Find more hotel options with the Denver.com Hotels Directory.

ALSO SEE: Five Great Bars Near Coors Field

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  • The Oxford Hotel

    1600 17th St

    For a taste of historic Denver, the Oxford Hotel has been around since 1891, and many of its historical elements are still in place today. From historic paintings hanging in the bar to rumors of ghosts, the history is blended with luxury of today. Make appointments at the in-house spa and salon, or dine at the renowned McCormick’s Fish House and Bar.

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  • The Crawford Hotel

    1701 Wynkoop St. Denver, CO 80202

    The Crawford Hotel, Denver’s newest luxury hotel, sits inside the iconic Union Station in the heart of downtown. Although the historic parts of the station remain, a major remodeling last summer has rejuvenated the space with new restaurants and shops. When it’s game time, Coors Field is less than a 10 minute stroll away.

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  • The Westin Denver Downtown

    1672 Lawrence St. Denver, CO 80202

    The Tabor Center skyscraper draws the eye in downtown Denver, hosting the popular Denver Cheesecake Factory and Denver Athletic Club. It is also home to the upscale Westin Denver Downtown hotel. Before an evening game, the Westin’s rooftop pool and bar provide a nice place to pass the day. For fitness-minded guests, head down to street level and explore Denver with the Westin’s custom running maps.

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  • Courtyard Denver Downtown

    934 16th St, Denver, CO 80202

    The entrance to the Courtyard sits rather inconspicuously off of the hustle and bustle of Denver’s popular 16th Street Mall. But walk inside and the interior offers gorgeous wood fireplaces and spacious lounge areas.

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  • Hotel Monaco Denver

    1717 Champa St, Denver

    Unwind after a day of exploring Denver with Hotel Monaco’s wine hour, which offers complimentary wine to all guests each evening from 5pm to 6pm, just in time to enjoy a glass before the game. Animal lovers will feel at home at the pet-friendly Monaco, which features animal-themed decorating touches (including animal print robes) and offers a rental goldfish to any guests looking for an extra companion.

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  • Hotel Teatro

    1100 14th St, Denver

    Hotel Teatro is repeatedly recognized as one of Denver’s top hotels, and with good reason. In addition to all the luxury amenities one would expect with a top-rated hotel, Teatro offers a courtesy vehicle to shuttle guests anywhere within a two mile radius.

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  • The Curtis Denver

    1405 Curtis St, Denver

    Foregoing the usual high-end hotel setup, the Curtis offers themed floors, including “TV Mania,” “Laugh Out Loud” and “One Hit Wonders.” The layout is uniquely modern, including iPod speaker systems in each room and wake up calls from “Elvis” and “Austin Powers.” When you’re hungry, head downstairs for a blast from the past and dine at the Five and Dime.

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  • Magnolia Hotel Denver

    818 17th St, Denver

    The Magnolia Hotel Denver stands in the remodeled First National Bank building, a recognized Denver historic space. Though the building is a historic landmark, the hotel is equipped with a sense of modernity, including modern art in the lobby and the funky layout of Harry’s Bar and Grill.

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  • Renaissance Denver

    918 17th St, Denver

    There is a certain expectation that comes with the name “Marriott,” and the Renaissance ensures that those expectations of quality are met. Located in the Colorado National Bank building, built in 1915, the Renaissance comes together with pieces of Colorado’s history, including design true to the original structure of the historic building, Colorado Yule white marble columns outside and original 19th century murals displayed in the lobby.

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