As the Industrial Age was ending, and the Victorian Era was beginning, the American frontier moved west through Denver’s Lower Highlands. Within a contemporary shell that nods to the industrialists who built the city, we designed our House with textured glass and floral mementos to tell the story of Victorian opulence. At the same time, the House reflects the musings of the neighborhood’s original pioneers, from their Italian roots to a wildflower-inspired restaurant.
Welcome home to your western homestead, where each guest room is a subtle play on the Old West and Victorian sensibilities. Whether in a lavish suite or innovative rooms that redefine the modern bunk experience, stay like a real pioneer without sacrificing privacy and modern luxuries. Our other amenities need no introduction. You’ll find the Le Labo bath products, Revival New York linens, and Marshall speakers you know and love in every room.
With its eclectic mix of historic Victorian homes and ultra-modern architecture, LoHi is rich in culture, featuring some of Denver’s most innovative restaurants, bars and breweries.
Fill your Lower Highlands story with a few of our favorite local places near the House.