We recently stayed at a boutique hotel in Denver that captured the unique history of the building beautifully. Hotel Teatro – A Denver Hotel, occupies the original Denver Tramway Building built in 1911. Two-up-and-coming architects, William E. and Arthur A. Fisher, built this eight-story tower with a modern steel skeleton, a Chicago-style space and a traditional Renaissance Revival-style construction of red brick and glazed white terra cotta.

The interior design of the building is cohesive with the exterior design with Tennessee light pink marble flooring, a Vermont green marble base and a beautiful Arizona marble wainscoting. When Astonbridge Partners and David Owen Tyrba Architects began restoring the Tramway Building into Hotel Teatro, they made sure the original elegance of the décor was exquisitely preserved in historic detail. Hotel Teatro – A Denver Hotel is a beautiful example of capturing a rich history in with a stunning restoration.