At Beauty Bar, purple-and-white checkered floors, a disco ball, and other retro-themed decor transports cocktail hour back to the ’70s. While guests sip on martinis and other cocktails, glamour technicians beautify nails with express manicures, topping nails with long-lasting polish instead of melted-down fishing lures. The vintage saloon stays open until 2 a.m., allowing guests to flaunt their freshly dazzling nails on the dance floor during DJ nights like the hip-hop ladies night or Friday dance parties.
Location. The Burnsley All Suite Hotel is a business friendly Denver hotel in the historical district and close to Molly Brown House Museum, Denver Central Library, and Colorado State Capitol Building. Additional points of interest include Denver City and County Building and United States Mint.
Hotel Features. The Burnsley All Suite Hotel's restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge is open for drinks. Room service is available 24 hours a day. This 3.5 star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms, technology support staff, and audiovisual equipment. Complimentary wireless and wired high speed Internet access is available in public areas. This Denver property has 121 square meters of event space consisting of banquet facilities and conference/meeting rooms. The property has a complimentary area shuttle which runs to destinations within 3 mi. Self parking is complimentary. Other property amenities at this Victorian property include a concierge desk, multilingual staff, and ski storage. Extended parking privileges may be offered to guests after check out (surcharge). This is a smoke free property. A total renovation of this property was completed in March 2010.
Guestrooms. 81 air conditioned guestrooms at The Burnsley All Suite Hotel feature coffee/tea makers and windows that open. Balconies offer city or mountain views. Beds come with pillowtop mattresses and premium bedding. Kitchens include full sized refrigerators/freezers, stovetops, microwaves, and cookware/dishes/utensils. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Wired high speed Internet access is complimentary. In addition to desks, guestrooms offer speakerphones with voice mail. 37 inch flat panel televisions have premium cable channels. Also included are irons/ironing boards and clock radios. Guests may request hypo allergenic bedding, extra towels/bedding, and wake up calls. Housekeeping is available daily. Guestrooms are all non smoking.
Notifications and Fees:
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.
Amid the lively Kinga’s Lounge, owner Kinga Klek regularly rolls up her sleeves and tends to the full bar and kitchen, working beside a family of staffers as they construct traditional Polish cuisine from scratch. The chefs turn fresh ingredients into authentic dishes, such as stews, schnitzels, and pierogis, while bartenders help diners navigate the staggering menu of Polish beers and vodkas.
Inside the lounge’s dining area, a full-wall mural interrupts a red-and-white color scheme as light from chandeliers dapples ornate wood furnishings. Leather armchairs cradle patrons upstairs, who can carry their merrymaking downstairs to Kinga’s Basement, an equally spirited watering hole where exposed-brick walls stand sentinel under arches and pillars. Festivities spill over to the outdoor patio, enclosed by verdant foliage and strings of lights that crisscross the al fresco space in a foolish attempt to make their way east to become one with the sun. A full schedule of events, including a live DJ on weekends and a comedy showcase on Sunday evenings, keeps revelers reveling.
Seasoned cook Jose Aparicio, affectionately known as Chef Pepito, puts his more than 20 years experience to use preparing authentic Peruvian dishes with an American twist, cooking inside a sleek, brightly colored eatery decked out with rustic wrought-iron chandeliers. He marinates his classic ceviche’s halibut in lime before mingling it with corn, potatoes, red onion, and cilantro, as well as sizzles up heartier entrees such as _tacu tacu_—bean cakes and brown rice topped with a quintessential Peruvian seafood sauce. He also riffs on classic Peruvian food with mushroom ceviche and spiced filet mignon with crunchy potatoes.
Behind the bar, which is inlaid with exposed brick, drink mavens craft Peruvian cocktails, such as pisco sours and the Mosquito, a variation of the mojito that’s amped up with Cointreau and fruit juices before being swatted, not stirred.
Pizza Public’s dining area takes on two different looks during any given business day: it’s a family-oriented "craft" pizzeria by day and turns into a full lounge and bar at night. Amid soft lights and flat-screen TVs, daytime diners and families nibble on house pizzas fresh from the kitchen that can be decked out in traditional pepperoni or more daring toppings such as goat cheese or mango. When the sun goes down, the eatery’s bar comes to life as patrons sip on cocktails or a large selection of Colorado craft beers. The full menu is available all day, with gluten-free options for all pizzas and a tapas list that includes bruschetta and the eatery’s inventive prosciutto puffers.
Spill Lounge brings together the best of two worlds: the feel of the downtown lounge scene and the coziness of a neighborhood bar. Taking up three levels, the lounge’s second floor is reserved for private parties up to 100 and the rooftop patio gives up to 150 people mountain views, a soothing waterfall, and three private cabanas. The bar comes into the picture with bottles and glass slippers filled with vodka, whiskey, rum, and tequila that pair well with the kitchen's seasonal menu of shareable American-style eats.