Denver is known for its hospitality and friendliness, both of which you will find at The Queen. We are located within walking distance of several retail and dining outlets, with several options for cultural diversity. Also offering a rich history and plenty to do, our community has attractions for young, old, and everything in-between. The Queen Anne is the perfect place to start each day before venturing out to experience the wonders of Denver, Colorado.

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Built in 1879 and 1886, the Queen Anne was originally occupied by the Tabor family. The doors were opened to the public in 1987, when the Queen Anne became the first urban bed and breakfast in Denver. The two side-by-side Victorian homes have been quiet observers of Denver's birth and growth throughout the years.

Conveniently located within minutes from downtown, we manage to keep a calm and peaceful environment as the city springs into high rises around us. Benedict Fountain Park is located directly across the street from the B&B, creating an open, natural, space. Both the Queen Anne and the park form an oasis of peace in the middle of a rapidly developing and happening city. It has become a favorite place of rest for both leisure and business travelers.


The comfort of our guests and support of our community are our top priorities. We pledge to provide the finest service and facilities to our guests, and to support our local economy through use of their goods in our hospitality. We are actively aiming to become a zero-waste property in which everything is recycled, re-used or composted to reduce our impact on our environment. The Queen Anne experience refreshes the spirit, instills well-being, satisfies our guests, and supports the Denver community.

At the Queen Anne, we don't believe that comfort has to be sacrificed to create a sustainable, eco-friendly stay. Here you will find the best of both worlds.

Extended Community

The QA community is comprised of several vendors, businesses and individuals who contribute to our lovely urban oasis. Among them are:

Produce Denver An urban farming and outreach company committed to increasing and ensuring access to locally produced healthy organic foods.

Novo Coffee: Located in Denver, CO. Novo starts by sourcing some of the most unique and flavorful coffees in the world to roasting them in small batches in their 1960's custom built Vittoria roasters.

Two Leaves and a Bud: An independent tea company from Colorado, sourcing ingredients from the highest quality regions in the world.

Denver Urban Gardens: DUG comes alongside residents, and together, they grow community - one urban garden at a time. DUG offers neighborhoods the essential resources for community gardens.

Sprout City Farms: Cultivating innovative farms on underutilized land, rooting farmers in the city and bringing good food to neighborhoods.

Delaney Community Farms: A project of Denver Urban Gardens, Delaney Community Farm is organized as one of the only community supported agriculture (CSA) farms accessible to residents of metro Denver.

Noosa Yoghurt: Made from the creamiest milk and the freshest fruit, Noosa Yoghurt is made in Bellvue, CO.

Denver Film Society: The cinema's potential to transform as well as reflect society in all its diversity is what the Denver Film Society aims to recognize and realize.

Denver Botanic Gardens: Denver Botanic Gardens strives to entertain and delight while spreading the collective wisdom of the Gardens through outreach, collaboration and education.

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance: CPRD is a globally recognized non-profit organization with a 50-year history, fostering creativity and community through its five pillars: the Ensemble, Academy, Theatre, Education Programs, and Art in Wellbeing, all based in the historic A.M.E. Shorter Church in Five Points.