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Superior Queen with Balcony

  • 330 Square Feet
  • 1 Queen Bed with Simmons Beautyrest Black Beverly Hills Edition 15" mattress
  • Rainforest Shower head
  • Deep-soaking oversized tub (by request)
  • Keurig in-room coffee maker
  • Plush robes
  • 32” flat panel, high definition LCD television
  • 24-hour in-room dining
  • Complimentary daily local & national newspaper

Whether you are visiting Denver for business or pleasure, the Superior Queen with Balcony offers approximately 330 square feet of cozy space for comfort and enjoyment while visiting Downtown Denver.

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Pet Friendly

Q: Can you tell me more about your Pet-Friendly Hotel in Downtown Denver?
A: Hotel Teatro is a top Denver Dog-Friendly Hotel because we go out of our way to be extremely doggie friendly. We are named “The Best Hotel in Colorado” in the book Canine Colorado.

Q: What kind of services does Hotel Teatro offer dogs and their owners?
A: Hotel Teatro goes above and beyond traditional dog-friendly offerings with its doggie services and amenities. We are one of the top dog-friendly Denver Hotels, with rooms and suites that are lavish for dogs and their owners. For especially-discerning doggies, Hotel Teatro can arrange a “Pawdicure” at a nearby pet spa.

Q: Do dogs stay free at Hotel Teatro?
A: Yes! Dogs stay free at Hotel Teatro. All dogs receive complimentary accommodations in Hotel Teatro’s luxurious rooms - with their owners’ stay.

Q: Are there any special services for pets that I can take advantage of near Hotel Teatro?
A: Yes! Hotel Teatro works with a certified canine massage therapist that is located close by. This massage specialist provides special therapeutic services for dogs. Several types of massages are available, including a Calming Relaxation Massage, a Maintenance Massage to assist with circulation, and a Post-Injury/ Post-Surgical Massage to speed a healing pet’s recovery time.

Q: Is Hotel Teatro a popular Denver Pet-Friendly Hotel?
A: Yes. Hotel Teatro hosts the canine companions of many notable pet owners – such as Sheryl Crow, Jessica Simpson, and Christine Aguilera – among others.