by Courtney Elko
Located directly in Denver’s Union Station (the city’s main railway station), this hotel couldn’t be any more convenient for families. The 112 guestrooms are all unique. No two rooms are alike in this historic space. Some feature 14-foot ceilings and others are designed like a train car. All of the guestrooms feature free Wi-Fi, in-room iPad access to view news and magazines, two bottles of water and a coffee maker. The dog friendly hotel also offers Tesla courtesy transportation within two-miles of the hotel and priority seating at the restaurant Snooze in Union Station (wait times can be extra long at this popular breakfast spot).
Our Editor Loves
- Located inside Union Station
- Dog friendly
- Walk to restaurants and shops without going outside
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
by Justin G
We spent our anniversary weekend at the Crawford. Yes, it is more expensive than other area hotels, but the amenities make it worthwhile. We received free beers every happy hour at the bar located on the property. Also free ice cream (really really good ice cream) from the on-site ice cream bar, discounted food at the attached restaurant, and were driven around by Brian in the hotel's Tesla to church and to the football stadium. There is no more convenient spot to stay - you won't need a rental car as you can take the train straight there from the airport. The staff was incredible. They really make you feel special. And - the hotel itself was modern, clean and beautiful, with unique touches in the rooms that made it special - and artwork and photographs worth stopping to look at in the hallways. We highly recommend this hotel.
by Mark R
We stayed at the Crawford hotel after arriving in Denver via the Amtrak California Zephyr. Since the hotel is Denver's Union Station, it was very convenient. The hotel is basically Union Station with rooms on two sides of the great hall. Our room door opened on corridor that was open to the main lobby, and although there was buzz of activity from the lobby, the room was very quiet!
The room had very high ceiling, maybe 12 feet. it felt like a grand hotel room from a bygone era. There were even little glass containers with pre-mixed cocktails and glassware in the room.
There were several places to eat in Union Station. We could look down on the hotel bar from the corridor, but we didn't get a chance to try it. It looks really cool.
If I have reason to visit Denver again, I would definitely try to stay here again. It was a great experience.