Looking for that memorable moment this holiday season? The historical Brown Palace in downtown Denver was open on August 12, 1892. This elegant hotel is most notable amongst the industrialization, as it takes you back in time to the days of the Wild West. Henry Cordes Brown purchased the land for his cows to graze on and later donated part of the land to the State Capitol building and part of his money to the city's library. With the help of Frank E Edbrooke, Brown built his Palace Hotel on the remaining land beginning in 1888. Today, this hotel offers a pleasant stay, an array of history and a royal afternoon tea for its guests to enjoy. Celebrate the holidays with friends or family by treating yourself to a truly decadent experience. Please note, Afternoon Tea fills up quick, so be sure to make a reservation ahead of time!
Afternoon Tea at The Brown PalaceEXPERIENCE THE TRADITION IN OUR DENVER TEA ROOMNo visit to our luxury hotel in Denver is complete without experiencing afternoon tea at The Brown Palace. Complete with herbal teas, scones, and finger sandwiches, our Denver tea room provides guests the opportunity to witness the unique longstanding tradition that is afternoon tea in Denver.
With Devonshire cream shipped directly from England and the soft sounds of a harpist or pianist floating in the air, this is truly an experience you won't soon forget.
The Brown Palace's Afternoon Tea Hours:
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