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Oxford Hotel // We normally recommend staying in accommodations away from train stations, but the Oxford Hotel is an exception. As Denver’s most historic hotel, the Oxford is located in the bustling neighborhood of Lower Downtown, LoDo. Its prime location makes for convenient dining, shopping and exploring. This is the perfect hotel to stay at if you won’t have a car. Each of the guest rooms incorporates historic elements (hello, claw foot tub), with the rest of the property combining elements that provide the luxuriant feeling of old and new. Depending on the time of year, you can find rates from $150 a night.


Whiskey Tango Foxtrot // This local favorite features a covered rooftop patio and serves up Southern food. The pork wings with a beer or whiskey is just the thing to get here while kicking back with friends and planning highlights for the rest of the weekend. There’s a lively happy hour and nighttime crowd, so if you’re looking to have an energetic night with a side of comfort food, this is the spot.

Williams & Graham // When you enter the bookstore front of this alluring speakeasy, the attendant scrawls your name on a card and then files it away in a drawer. Moments later, the bookcase on the left opens and a different attendant greets you by name, whisking you down the short hallway to a dark, snug bar. There are booths along the wall and tables to stand at. The artisanal cocktails from the weathered menu all sound delicious. I highly recommend the Corn on the Macabre. For food, you can’t go wrong with the mac & cheese or roasted bone marrow. This unique watering hole is the