Historic Castle Marne Inn
As a local and nationally designated landmark, built in 1889, the Castle Marne is considered to be the finest remaining example of architect William Lang.
A stay at the Historic Castle Marne combines Old World elegance and Victorian charm with modern-day pampered luxury. Carefully chosen furnishings bring together period antiques, family heirlooms and exacting reproductions to create the mood of long-ago charm and romance.
Business travelers will find the Castle Marne Inn location to be convenient to the downtown financial district and the Cherry Creek business district. The hotel is also located adjacent to Denver's primary hospital district, Children's Hospital, St. Joseph's, Kaiser Perm, Presbyterian's St Luke's. It's only minutes from National Jewish, University Hospital, and Rose Medical.
Guests can enjoy a romantic six-course candlelight dinner served in the original Formal Dining Room. You will also find six excellent restaurants located within walking distance only one block away and many more just a few minutes away by car or taxi.
1572 Race St., Denver, CO 80206, USA