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Brown Palace Hotel is an historic hotel in Denver, Colorado, United States.
It is the second-oldest operating of Denver and is one of the first atrium-style hotels ever built. It is now operated by Quorum Hotels and Resorts, and joined Marriott's Autograph Collection in 2012. It was built in 1892 of sandstone and red granite, one year later than the Oxford Hotel. It was named for its original owner, Henry C. Brown, and was designed with its distinctive triangular shape by architect Frank Edbrooke.
The hotel is located at 321 17th Street between 17th Street, Broadway and Tremont Street/Pl in downtown Denver behind the Republic Plaza. The main entrance door is on Tremont Street.
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