Denver has long celebrated its western heritage with upscale style. Consider the historic Brown Palace Hotel, which has been a retreat for the well heeled since opening its doors in 1892, and the Oxford Hotel Denver, fashionable accommodations for Colorado travelers that opened in 1891. Two new luxury options opened on the Mile High City's newly vibrant downtown scene in 2014, The Crawford Hotel and Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel, and there are more hotels already underway. The combination of Denver's rugged and dramatic natural backdrop and the superb service and opulent amenities and facilities of some of the top hotel brands in the world is a powerful one. Who doesn't want to indulge all senses at the Brown Palace spa or choose the refined service and amenities of the concierge floor at The Ritz-Carlton, Denver in between exploring the scenic splendor of the Rocky Mountains? And downtown is not the only choice for travelers who want luxury accommodations. Unlike some cities where luxury brands are clustered exclusively in the downtown or financial center, Denver's neighborhoods also offer visitors options. Most notably, there's Cherry Creek, one of the city's most upscale neighborhoods and its center for high-end-brand shopping. That's where the stylish JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek sits. And the newly renovated and upgraded Inverness, a Destination Hotel in south Denver is the quintessential urban resort, complete with an excellent golf course. Whatever your preference for urban luxury, Denver will accommodate you.