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Travel: Girls Weekend at The Four Seasons Hotel, Denver

This past August, our family went on a family vacation to Colorado. I’ve promised time and time again to share with you all of the fun we had in Denver and Estes Park, and I’ve finally had the time to go through the 600+ (ahem) pictures I took so I can share some of them with you. We had a such a great time as a family in Colorado and I can’t wait to visit again!

The first leg of our road trip found us in Denver, Colorado. We decided early on that Nick and Jacob would have guy time in Denver while the girls and I lived it up together. While the boys took in a ball game and other boy things, the girls and I went shopping then got settled in a room at the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel downtown. The folks at The Four Seasons did everything they could to make our stay incredibly special. When we first stepped foot into our room the girls immediately screeched and ran to the perfectly placed tent, decked out just for them. Yes, there was a tent in the room! How fun is that?

The fun didn’t stop there, as making their guests feel special is what The Four Seasons does best. Right above the embedded mirror TV in the bathroom, we found a welcome greeting as well as plates with our favorite Jelly Belly Jelly Bean Candy and Rice Krispies Treats on a stick – personalized with each girls name.

A girls night in isn’t complete without taking a luxurious bubble bath and wrapping up in a plush robe… they even had kids robes! We had so much fun in our room, we barely ventured out… snuggling up in their extra comfy beds was a perfect way to settle into relax and veg mode for the rest of our vacation.

The next morning, we headed downstairs to breakfast at The Edge restaurant, within The Four Seasons hotel. Again, we were treated like celebrities, with the staff of The Four Seasons remembering our names and treating us extra special. The girls kept giggling, getting a kick out of being treated like super stars. As I looked around, I noticed every guest at The Four Seasons was treated with the same “super star” treatment. Their staff certainly knows how to make a person feel special!

Our breakfast was delicious… personalized pancakes for the girls, Huevos Rancheros for me (the best I’ve ever tasted).

When planning future vacations we will definitley remember the great time we had at The Four Seasons hotel in Denver, CO. For family friendly luxury, or even a romantic weekend alone with your love, I can promise you that the staff at The Four Seasons will make your time with them as special as possible. We made a lot of great memories that weekend thanks to bonding at The Four Seasons and can’t wait to go back again!

Up next weekend… our week in Estes Park, Colorado. Stay tuned!

Disclosure: A special thanks to our friends at The Four Seasons for providing us with a media rate as well as complimentary breakfast.

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Comments

  1. You are such a thoughtful photographer — these adorable pictures say it all! :) These girls are so lucky to have a mom like you to create (and capture) such special moments!!!

  2. The tent in the room is awesome! I’m sure the girls loved that, but really what kid wouldn’t? :) It looks like y’all had a great time–looking forward to hearing about your adventures in Estes Park.

  3. Awww – that’s so cute. I love how details-oriented they are and made you all feel like home.

  4. Awww – that’s so cute. I love how details-oriented they are and made you all feel like home. I’ve never been to Denver, but I’m sure it’s so lovely there.

  5. Milisa Armstrong says:

    Being pampered looks pretty darn good. Denver is not that far away from here, but we rarely leave the ranch! What a fun trip.

  6. WHat a fun weekend and a special memory! The Four Seasons looks spectacular!!

  7. Awwww, I just love those girls!

  8. I have a hospitality degree and work in the hotel industry so this post made me especially happy. A tent in the room? Are you kidding me? Perfection.

  9. It definitely looks like you all had a great time!! I love the personal touch they put on your stay. :-)

  10. I love the name on the plate (and the mirror!). I love laid back vacations – and that looks like it would be a great place to stay for one!

  11. The Purple Carrot says:

    We got to go to Colorado this summer too, lots of fun. Looks like you guys had a wonderful trip, and I love the addition of a tent in your room :)

  12. Kristen,

    Your girls’ weekend looks like so much fun! I recently did that with my girls. Hubby was away so we took use of our Disney passes, and I took the girls up for 4 days. We sure miss and love hubby, but the bonding time with just my girls was priceless!!

    Denise

  13. I went to Denver for the first time this summer as well! There was no tent in MY hotel room, I am disappointed to say. There were, however, two national-grade air guitarists (my husband and our friend from Chicago, Rocky Rhoads – the national championships were in Denver this year), so, y’know… ALMOST as good.

  14. Sounds heavenly!

  15. Chez Bonne Femme says:

    If you’ve never been to Denver, it will be one of those “Where have you been all my life” cities. Sounds like a great place to stay.

  16. Chez Bonne Femme says:

    If you’ve never been to Denver, it will be one of those “Where have you been all my life” cities. Sounds like a great place to stay.

  17. Kristen Wogan Doyle says:

    Oh gosh – you should go! I want to go back and give their spa a try. Plus, we never made it up to the pool, but it looked perfect for lounging the day away!

  18. Kristen Wogan Doyle says:

    I know – wasn’t that fun? Where did you guys go? I can’t believe this was our first time venturing that way as a family (I grew up going there all the time). It’s really not a bad drive at all from KC.

  19. Kristen Wogan Doyle says:

    I agree – Denver and Boulder are two really great cities! Love them both!

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