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Downtown Denver hotel

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I'll be in Denver for two nights in the fall and I'm looking for hotel suggestions. I'm willing to spend about $350 a night. It'll be my first trip to Colorado.

I'm in my mid 50s, not afraid to explore a new city on my own. I'm the type of person who likes to be in the middle of things when I walk out of the hotel, near attractions, shops and restaurants. I'm likely to leave the hotel in the morning and not return until late evening.

Among the places I want to see are the 16th Street Mall, Colorado History Center, State Capitol, Molly Brown House. I'm also planning to see a show at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

I want a place where it's easy to return at night by public transportation and also take public transportation to the airport.

I just want someplace that's nice and convenient since I'll be there for such a short time. I'm willing to pay for that convenience. I usually stay at chains, like a Marriott, Hyatt or Westin, but I don't mind a nice boutique hotel.

Thanks in advance!

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