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Denver and Seattle are our newest destinations!

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Denver and Seattle are our newest destinations!

As if to prove the saying, “Ask and you shall receive” we are happy to announce the addition of Denver and Seattle to our portfolio of destinations after hearing from many of you that these are places to which you like to go.

Denver - Magellan Luxury Hotels

Known as the “Mile High City” because it’s, well, a mile above sea level, Denver is located right next to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Surrounded by mountains, greenery and plenty of sunshine the city is a terrific place in which to commune with nature and take in the scenery. But aside from the 200 parks and stunning mountain views, this city has incredible architecture, museums, nightlife and a top restaurant scene.

Denver’s architecture reflects each of its boom times: Victorian, when silver was discovered; turn-of-the-century, when gold was found; and contemporary, when the energy boom added 16 skyscrapers to the downtown skyline in a three year period between 1980 to 1983.

Several of the Victorian and 20th-century buildings can be found in Lower Downtown (known as LoDo for those in the know), many of which have been refurbished to house restaurants, art galleries and shops. This is also brewpub central, with six brewpubs and micro-breweries found within easy walking distance of each other. And if you’re hungry, there are more than 90 restaurants, music clubs and cafes in LoDo.

With an active sports scene that includes seven professional teams, loads of shopping including the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall and more than its fair share of kid-friendly activities, Denver will rise, like the mountains, to any occasion.

Seattle - Magellan Luxury Hotels

Surrounded by water on two sides and gentle mountain slopes in the distance, Seattle is found on the eastern shore of Puget Sound, with its 1400 miles of shoreline. A true maritime city, Seattle serves as a major port for boating of all kinds. If you’re feeling a bit adventurous ride in a Duck – an amphibious vehicle created during WWII – that tours some of Seattle’s best attractions, rent a kayak, charter a boat or do some flightseeing on a float plane. If you’re in the city on the first Saturday in May, thousands of spectators line the shore of the Montlake Cut to watch the parade of boats and celebrate Seattle’s official Opening Day of Boating Season.

One of the city’s claim to fames is its café and coffee culture – this is where Starbucks started, after all. If you consider yourself a Starbucks fan you might want to make the pilgrimage to the original Starbucks at Pike Place Market (a famous destination unto itself covering nine acres) or go on a taste-intensive guided Coffee Crawl.

Seattle also has more than its fair share of galleries and museums so feel free to indulge in an art binge. From larger galleries including the Seattle Art Museum with installations such as Japanese Neo-Pop and Indigenous Beauty, to smaller museums like the Nordic Heritage Museum focusing on the history of immigrants from the five Nordic countries to the US, to neighborhood art walks, you’ll find the scene that’s right for you.

Award-winning chefs, a love of a good pint of ale (as evidenced by not one, but three, beer festivals held throughout the year), a strong sports scene, and wine country just outside the city limits round out a visit to Seattle.

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