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Was not expecting how nice this hotel is. Hard to imagine a hotel that old being restored so beautifully. Rooms were lovely and spacious, bathrooms too. Clean, comfortable - lots of lovely natural light from the tall windows. Check in was super friendly and kind....More
When you first think of a 1870's hotel restoration, you don't quite imagine the quality, attention to detail, and ambience that greets you at the Windsor.
It is, to be clear, a wonderful, clean and quality hotel, with a warm and friendly staff that take...More
There were three couples who went to college together back in the 70's. We hadn't seen each other in years and celebrated our September anniversaries together for the first time.
It was a great experience. The service was impeccable, as was the cuisine. It's a...More
Have had dinner with friends 2 times in the past 2 months and all agree this is definitely 5 star dining from the front desk check in to the impressive service!!
The food is equal to if not better then most in the metro Denver...More
We were really pleased with everything about the hotel. Comfortable bed, great staff. Recently renovated and you can tell, yet it kept its charm. The restaurant was amazing. I had the salmon and at first it looked under cooked but I'm gonna cook mine at...More
We do have a patio area which is a great place to be in the summer. This time of the year, it can still be cool out there, but you are welcome to enjoy it if the conditions are to your liking.
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Although the answer should come from TripAdvisor. My thoughts: The TripAdvisor reviews all comments before publishing. Depending on the volume, it may take quite a few days before a review is published on line. I have had reviews published as long as 2 weeks after my submission. Hope you enjoyed the Hotel and perhaps the dinner as much as we did.
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"Ask for a room with views to the hills beyond the town - not into the courtyard."