Denver is known for its hospitality and friendliness, both of which you will find at The Queen. We are located within walking distance of several retail and dining outlets, with several options for cultural diversity. Also offering a rich history and plenty to do, our community has attractions for young, old, and everything in-between. Built in 1879 and 1886, the Queen Anne was originally occupied by the Tabor family. The doors were opened to the public in 1987, when the Queen Anne became the first urban bed and breakfast in Denver. Conveniently located within minutes from downtown, we manage to keep a calm and peaceful environment as the city springs into high rises around us. Benedict Fountain Park is located directly across the street from the B&B, creating an open, natural, space. Both the Queen Anne and the park form an oasis of peace in the middle of a rapidly developing and happening city.The comfort of our guests and support of our community are our top priorities. We are actively aiming to become a zero-waste property in which everything is recycled, re-used or composted to reduce our impact on our environment. The Queen Anne experience refreshes the spirit, instills well-being, satisfies our guests, and supports the Denver community.
5 on October 21, 2016
What a great place to stay! Aspen room was beautiful and the staff and food were great! What a good breakfast...Yum!
5 on October 16, 2016
Thank you all for a very memorable stay. The staff was very warm and friendly from checking in to our last breakfast. We could not have asked for a more friendly and accommodating staff. Oh my gosh, the food was fabulous and fresh and tasty each morning. Great time was had by all!
5 on October 11, 2016
We only had one night at Queen Anne but wish it was more - the large hot tub in our suite was a great bonus for us weary travellers and the breakfast was amazing !
4.2 on October 08, 2016
Our stay was wonderful! The only thing we had trouble with was finding parking as reserved parking was limited.
3.6 on October 05, 2016
What a wonderful gem in Denver, close to the city, relaxing happy hour daily, great breakfasts, relaxing garden and beautiful staff. Danny and Rosemary - Brisbane Australia
5 on October 02, 2016
Breda & David Crank Cape Girardeau, Missouri
4.4 on October 02, 2016
Beautiful house. Beautiful Garden. Milan is a great host. We arrived there around 4 after a whirlwind 4 national park hiking/camping trip and were looking forward to this evening of relaxation. We were given a tour of the house, the grounds, the room and the parking spaces. We needed assistance with distances and good dining options within walking distance and we got to browse our picks from the binders full of suggestion on the computer before we headed out. Breakfast was sumptuous. Milan is an excellent chef and it shows in the spread that's laid out at the start of the day. There is a sign up sheet with your "expected" time of arrival for breakfast. It keeps the table less crowded, I suppose. We shared the breakfast hour with three couples with various dispositions from Holland. There is a dog park across the road. The Capitol, 16th Street Mall, Jagged Mountain and Ophelia's (highly recommend them both) are within reasonable walking distance from Queen Anne's. It is in a historic part of Denver, so the exteriors of most of the houses on this street have retained their old-world charm. We stayed in the Fountain room in the main house. With 5-6 large windows there was a good breeze and we didn't have to turn the A/C on at all. You have a view of the park from the room. A couple of things to note: 1. It IS an old house, and it CREAKS with every step you take. The people above us (probably had an early flight and) decided to pack / walk around / leave at 5:15 AM. After having been out till midnight the night before, that was a downer. 2. The toilet in this room is on the upper level of a two step platform. So, it makes for some awkward maneuvering when you try to sit on it, especially if you have long legs that now extend to the lower of the two steps! We would definitely return... probably to a different, higher level room.
4.8 on September 29, 2016
Great place to renew your relationships. We had a room with a hot tub. What fun. The breakfast was to die for.
4.8 on September 25, 2016
This is a truly lovely Bed and Breakfast. We stayed in a two room suite which was very nice. The breakfast was delicious, the garden beautiful.. what else can I say?!
4.8 on September 07, 2016
Wonderful place, nice people
Overlooking the garden with an 1850's Teaster queen size bed with partial canopy.
Newly renovated with all low VOC paints. Stretches the full length of the b b with a two person whirlpool jet tub/shower. Queen size bed.
An original mural covers one wall depicting a scene in the park from the late 1800's. Large room with a view of the park and a king size bed.
The most photographed room at the b b, it has an original mural of an alpine aspen forest. It covers all walls of the room and the ceiling which is the peak of the Victorian turret. Queen size aspen wood bed.
Just outside on the private deck is a spectacular view of the city skyline, a glimpse of the mountains and a two person heated jetted spa. Queen size bed.
Designed by Rachel Znerold. Has a log fireplace, king size bed and a deep soaking whirlpool jet tub for one
Designed by Tuyet Nguyen. King size bed, cast iron antique tub, and a deep jetted hot tub for two.
Enjoy the afternoon sun with a beautiful view of our gardens.
The master bedroom through the years from 1879, there is a view of the park, morning sunshine and a whirlpool jet tub for two
Large room is built into the Victorian turret with bay windows view of the park and skyline. Queen size bed.
An original mural portraying life as it was in 1894. Honors Augusta Tabor. Queen size bed.
Designed by Markham Maes Natasha Lillipore. Beautiful view of the park, a gas fireplace and king size bed.
Designed by Josh Tran Wills. This is the largest room in the house with a cathedral ceiling in the sitting room that stretches the width of the house. King size bed.
Denver, CO (DEN-Denver Intl.) 23 miles
From I-70 East and I-25 North or South, exit on Colfax East, Turn left (north) on Logan. Turn left on 20th, then immediate right onto Tremont Place. Inn is on the left.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, State Capitol, Pedestrian Mall, Larimer Square, Business Center, US Mint, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn, Historic Inn
Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Secretarial services, VCR, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , Sustainable and Eco-Friendly, Romance Packages, Outdoor gardens, evening Colorado wine, concierge, good conversation, Small meeting space to accomodate 4 to 15
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Sightseeing, restaurants, shops, convention center, theater complex, major league sports, Performing Arts, Professional Sports, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
Milan Doshi, Sara, Tina, Meghan
Green and Sustainable Culture, Local Happenings, Bicycling, Vegetarian Cuisine, Current events, professional sports, jogging, tennis, skiing, outdoor activities, new restaurants, music, theater, sight-seeing, international travel, good conversation, getting to know our guests.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Only Local & Organic
Milan's Hot Omeletes!
Hot, fresh Omelets made with organic, locally farmed eggs featuring seasonal fillings harvested from farmers within 100 miles of Denver. Examples: Wild mushroom and Buckhorn Cheese, Goat Cheese and Fresh Peppers, Roasted Seasonal Squashes with Fresh Herbs.