Denver Downtown Hotel for Business or Pleasure

The Burnsley All Suite Hotel in downtown Denver Colorado is a beautiful, historic and stylish European motive boutique hotel in the Capital Hill District of this mile high Wild West Rocky Mountain town. A great place for both the business traveler and the leisure traveler to hang their hats while in Denver.

Originally built as an apartment house in 1963 the Burnsley was soon converted into a hotel and Jazz club. Totally gutted and remodel 1983 brought the Burnsley up to the exquisite attention to detail that it currently enjoys.

Great for casual dining it is well known in the area for being a neighborhood getaway, the Burnsley restaurant and lounge offers fine wines and romantic dinners with the sound of a live piano from the lounge. Each day they have a hot buffet breakfast or for the businessperson a power lunch during the week. The mezzanine level has private dining rooms that can facilitate large banquets or smaller meetings or special events such as small wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, bridal showers etc.

Within a short distance of Cherry Creek Shopping Center, 16th Street Mall, Invesco Field, The Pepsi Center and Lodo they offer a complementary shuttle service to patrons who would like to venture out to a ball game, Broncos football game or just to shop.

If you are in Denver on business or pleasure, attending the Stock Show or going shopping with the girls, maybe for a romantic dinner and stay for two then check in to the Burnsley for a delightful getaway.


Traveling in the South with Key West Inns

Traveling to Birmingham Alabama or to the state capital, Montgomery Alabama then stay with the friendly staff at the Key West Inn in Childersburg. Very near the geographical center of the state, between the two largest cities in the state, Childersburg offers traditional southern friendliness and hospitality. After visiting for business, stick around and relax, the area is a sportsman’s paradise, with great fishing, hunting and boating, and more than 570 miles of shoreline on 2 lakes and lots of streams and rivers from which to choose.

The Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries of Conservation and Natural Resources with private sponsorship has created a network of public and private recreational trails for individuals with disabilities so that they can take advantage of the great hunting and fishing in the area.

If you are looking for a beautiful historic park then you must take in the Desoto Caverns, home to the first officially recorded cave in the United States in 1796. The Great Onyx Cathedral should not be missed. The rooms is larger than a football field and higher than a 12 sotry building.

Love Motor Sports? Then you should spend an afternoon at the International Motor Sports Hall of Fame just 20 miles away. The McCraig-Wellborn Motorsports Research Library is 1,700 square feet with more than 14,000 voulumes of books, magazines and other research material on Motorsports. Check out the Budweirser Rocket Car that zoomed along at 739.666 mph at the Edwards Air Force Base back in 1979. In addition to a great memorabilia they also house seven differnt Halls of Fame. Attend an Induction Ceremony 2006 will see Dale Ernhardt, Harry Gant, Janet Guthrie. Jack Roush and Humpy Wheeler inducted into the hall of fame, tickets are available on the hall of Fame website.

The Key West Inns have locations all through the southern states including Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Tennessee. Most of the rooms have refrigerators, microwaves and coffee making facilities. Many locations are pet friendly and disabled accessable and all have very helpful staff that go the extra mile offering great southern hospitality. With wireless internet access and some inns with meeting rooms they are a great find for the business traveler in the south.