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Warwick Who?

HERE'S A SPECIAL POST FOR ALL OF MY LOCAL FRIENDS... OR THOSE WHO MIGHT VISIT DENVER... YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO!

Have you heard of the Warwick Hotel in Denver? I hadn't either. This beautiful and elegant hotel is tucked away on the corner of 18th and Grant (two one-way streets) in Denver. The staff was accommodating. The service was spectacular... second to none. In fact, in a world where many establishments can make you feel like your presence is a burden, the Warwick staff made us feel like a blessing.

If you had not heard of the Warwick Hotel until now, you'll be hearing much more in the weeks and months to come. They just hosted the MileHighMamas and MomItForward event and all of the women attending will be buzzing about it.

Randolph's restaurant is housed in the Warwick and served a delightful selection of appetizers and wines. Our dining area was the lovely stone patio where we were enveloped in beautiful greenery and lighting. Word has it the Warwick is the only hotel in Denver with a roof top pool... And now I'm almost in disbelief that I had not heard of them before!

If you are looking for a memorable night out and want to be treated like a true guest, I simply must recommend the Warwick hotel. From all of the fare that was sampled, the food is not disappointing. The Uptown setting is perfect for any occasion, and you are still close to downtown without all the fuss.

Speaking of no fuss, be sure to use the valet service and be just steps from your dining or "sleeping" experience. You'll also be just minutes from the 16th Street Mall, the State Capital, and the Convention Center. Be sure to visit: www.warwickdenver.com to check out all of their great specials. It's time to try something new!

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