Newly renovated with modern touches to complement the charm of our beautiful 1892 Victorian mansion. As our name suggests, we embrace the beauty of nature throughout the house with living plants & botanical details in each room to add an element of serenity to your experience here.
What To Expect
Our check-in and check-out are entirely automated, so there's no need to work around the front desk schedule.
In fact, you'll notice we don't have a front desk!
Your arrival at Flora House will feel less like checking into a ‘regular' hotel and more like gaining private entry to a gorgeous mansion. Each door is equipped with a keypad lock for your convenience and security. Prior to arrival, you will receive a 'Welcome note,' including your unique access code, which is all you'll need to come and go at your leisure for the duration of your stay.
Six luxury rooms are available for nightly rental, each with many of the comforts of home plus a few extra amenities like humidifiers and yoga mats - namaste! You'll also find kitchenette and lounge areas in our four generous suites. Groups will love our Top Floor or Full House Takeover options, contact us for availability.
All rooms have Smart TVs and we offer a strong wi-fi signal, which covers the entire property. Feel free to sign into your personal streaming services, just remember to sign out before your departure. All guest rooms are located on the second and third floors and we do not have an elevator.
Breakfast is self-serve, continental style, with options like fresh fruit, yogurt, and granola. No matter the time of day, you'll always find a few items to enjoy in our guest fridge, and you can always visit our well-stocked tea and coffee bar anytime to take your pick of local, artisanal selections.
If fresh air is calling your name, treat yourself to a bit of nature bathing and wander around our curated garden. Look closely and you'll discover this year's special plantings, including our Aroma Garden, a bed of medicinal plants, native perennials and of course plenty of beautiful annual flowers. Remember to save time for a soak in our private hot tub!
Flora House Denver brings new meaning to ‘Location, Location, Location!' Within just a few blocks' walk in any direction, you'll find great restaurants, cafes, theaters, salons, saloons, shops, and gyms! Not to mention several of Denver's lovely parks. We are also proud to offer complimentary access for our guests to visit the Denver Botanic Gardens, a beautiful escape any time of year (excludes special ticketed-entry events). Grab a bike, scooter or ride and you're mere minutes from Downtown Denver, Larimer Square, Union Station, LoHi, Cherry Creek or RiNo neighborhoods.
And don't forget about world famous Red Rock Amphitheatre, plus those Rocky Mountains...
Whether this is your first visit, or you have been a guest many times, we want your experience to be excellent. Our staff is always available to help with any questions or concerns you may have.
Flora House Denver is a boutique hotel/B&B located in Denver's Wyman Historic District (touted as the city's oldest subdivision), offering luxury lodging near the heart of downtown in all of the historic-meets-modern charm of our newly renovated Queen Anne Victorian mansion, built in 1892.
Previously known as The Adagio B&B, this property began operating as a hotel in 1996 and has been charming guests ever since. Old newspaper clippings have revealed a colorful past: the property previously served as a private home to a prominent attorney and an apartment complex in earlier years.
According to a Westword article from 2020: "One of Denver's most historically significant architects, William Lang, built the mansion as a single-family home in 1892, one of more than a dozen he completed that year. Lang is most famous for designing the Molly Brown House, the A.M. Ghost building and the Castle Marne (just a block north of the Adagio), but the Race Street mansion lacked his distinctive turrets, rusticated stone facade and other signature architectural features — and it never earned the kind of catchy name from a famous owner that helped many of Lang's other edifices gain attention."