Welcome to the Inn At Cherry Creek
Nowhere else in Denver blends the utmost in professional and friendly service with the comfort and familiarity of home.
Step into your room, close the door to the outside world and wake up refreshed - to a brighter, more peaceful morning.
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233 Clayton St.
Denver, CO 80206
Our website - The Inn at Cherry Creek Please book directly using the hotel direct line above. Special rates are as follows: Monday ~ Thursday $159 per night – classic queen room. Friday, Saturday, or Sunday ~ $129 per night ~ classic queen room. (Blackout Date: December 31st)
The Inn at Cherry Creek blends the utmost in professional and luxury boutique service with the comfort and familiarity of home.
The Weber offers breakfast daily,
located directly off the main lobby.
Dining at The Weber
The Weber's ambience is an intimate yet inviting bistro setting that showcases our morning dining selections in perfect artistic fashion. The menu is designed to build the most pleasurable brunch or breakfast experience with the ingredients that mesh with the season. Our chefs have created a diverse breakfast menu focusing on fresh local ingredients.
When looking for a perfect brunch location that captures Denver and Cherry Creek, come see us at The Weber.
The Inn at Cherry Creek
A careful eye designed our rooms with the highest quality furnishings from refurbished antiques to designer pieces.
Rest easy beneath brand new bed coverings.
Sit back, relax and enjoy our flat-screen plasma TVs.
The Inn at Cherry Creek
~ located in the heart of Cherry Creek, Colorado.
While staying at the Inn at Cherry Creek, enjoy the area's attractions. Cherry Creek North is Denver's premiere neighborhood destination for shopping, fashion, spas, restaurants, art galleries, boutiques and community events. All the shops in the Cherry Creek area are committed to maintaining the highest possible standard of exceptional customer service. Reader's Choice voted Cherry Creek as the "Best Neighborhood Shopping District."
Outside of this Denver hotel's Cherry Creek North neighborhood, explore the neighborhoods of Denver such as Downtown and the 16th Street Mall, the historic Victorian houses of FIVE-POINTS or the restaurants and nightclubs of LODO.
The Weber's ambience is an intimate yet inviting bistro setting that showcases our dining selections in perfect artistic fashion. The menu is designed to build the most pleasurable dining experience with the ingredients that mesh with the season. Chef Mike Hendricks presents a diverse menu focusing on fresh local ingredients. When looking for a place that captures Denver and Cherry Creek come see us at The Weber. Open Daily for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
The Weber Lounge Happy Hour Monday-Saturday 4:30-6pm. $3-$5 Tapas Plates and $4 Glass of Wine ~ Sycamore Lane.
Where else can you try nearly 20 Cherry Creek North restaurants in one fabulous outdoor location?
Cherry Creek North Food & Wine celebrates the diverse and sophisticated tastes of Cherry Creek North dining, bringing together the area's best restaurants for one night on Fillmore Plaza. Attendees will have the chance to sample bites while enjoying locally-provided wine, beer and spirits; plus, live music and more!
This event will satisfy the wine aficionado and the foodie in all of us.
WAYS TO ATTEND
VIP Early Entry: 5 pm | Exclusive early entry to Cherry Creek North Food & Wine. Taste the first bite, sip the first glass and stay for the last dance! Includes a custom VIP bag* with gifts from Food & Wine sponsors and CCN retailers. VIP limited to 250 tickets, get yours now before they are gone.
General Admission: 6 pm
*while supplies last
All guests receive a complimentary commemorative wine glass.
There is a certain style of restaurant, one that is neither innovative nor trendy nor inherently unique, but is instead easygoing, comfortable and contained. One that relaxes appetites, bones and, particularly in a time when money feels especially precious, wallets.
They are quiet restaurants, intimate and gracious and unassuming. They don’t pretend to break ground with food or vision and they don’t overindulge with pointed and manners-inspiring service. Instead, they exercise the simple trade of gently prepared food, gently served.
The Weber, located just a block or two from the belly of the Cherry Creek North beast, is such a restaurant. Located on the ground floor of the equally intimate and unassuming Inn at Cherry Creek, the restaurant’s presence on the street — and in the consciousness of the spastic social scene that surrounds it — is minimal.
Which makes the place all the more accessible to the rest of us.
Two matchbox rooms — a dining den and a bar — constitute the entire footprint of The Weber. The skeleton staff (rarely more than two servers on the floor) has only a few customers to attend to. Which they do, with subtlety and speed and geniality, and not gregariousness. Drinks of all varieties, from ably mixed cocktails to fairly priced wines, hit the table quickly.
As does, soon thereafter, food.
The Weber’s menu reveals a well- tested, if old-fashioned, point of view: simple fare through an uptown lens. Lamb shank braised in red wine and rosemary atop a polenta pillow. Flatiron steak and mashed potatoes under a slather of balsamic-kissed butter. A bistro salad of butter lettuce, fried pecans and shallot dressing.
Each of these dishes was clearly executed and, if not artistic in presentation or eye-opening in flavor manipulation, each was relevant and worthwhile, particularly that beautifully seasoned mash of Yukon Gold potatoes.
Countrified in outlook, but urbane in execution, the roasted chicken breast — with a hash of mushrooms and goat cheese and a soft corn puree — was a dreamy winter feast.
Less successful: gummy scallops over equally gummy risotto and far-too-salty beef tenderloin with a blue cheese crust. And the plate of sweet potato fries, splattered with ribbons of blue cheese goop, belongs in a different restaurant entirely, one with clowns twisting balloons into animals, perhaps.
Scrub your memory of the fries with the most well-executed dish on the menu: wild mushroom ravioli, draped in a rich but lively walnut and basil pesto and spiked with earthy fried leeks. The Weber could, and should, have more vegetarian options like this.
There are occasions when the Weber gives itself a culinary workout, as with special multicourse menus geared to holidays like Thanksgiving, for instance, or the annual arrival of the Beaujolais Nouveau.
These exercises are fetching and earnest. If they’re not exquisite enough to spend saved-up money on, they’re pleasant diversions for those who can afford to indulge a harmless folly.
At breakfast and lunch (this is a hotel, after all, which requires three meals of service), the Weber feels more matter-of-fact — business deals get done, lunching ladies get caught up, Benedicts and burgers are proffered, schedules are kept.
Bottom line: The Weber, with competent cooking, affable service and a relaxed outlook, doesn’t make enough noise or push enough buttons or reach a lofty enough level of excellence to place it among Denver’s most “important” restaurants.
But of a Tuesday or Saturday night, when the day or week has depleted one’s physical and mental resources and the frenzy at the hedge row appalls one’s better senses, the Weber is a soothing salve.
American. Located within The Inn at Cherry Creek, 233 Clayton St.
It's time for a couple's retreat...just the two of you.
Go ahead, relax. The Inn at Cherry Creek has covered all the details!
Located in the heart of the Cherry Creek Shopping District... our beautiful boutique hotel is perfect for a getaway for two.
Bottle of wine and appetizers in The Weber,
Breakfast in The Weber (or delivered to your room)
Passport to Shopping, offering discounts to over 60 stores and restaurants in the Cherry Creek Shopping District
Cherry Creek North is Denver's premiere neighborhood destination for shopping, fashion, spas, restaurants, art galleries, boutiques and community events. All the shops in the area are committed to maintaining the highest possible standard of exceptional customer service. Reader's Choice voted it the "Best Neighborhood Shopping District."Outside of the immediate area explore the neighborhoods of Denver such as Downtown and the 16th Street Mall, the historic Victorian houses ofFive-Pointsor the restaurants and nightclubs ofLoDo.
The Weber Restaurant invites you to join us for an evening of food, wine and theater! We've partnered with The Cherry Creek Theatre to bring you this amazing package.
Choose from three performances throughout the year.
The Cherry Creek Theatre's 2016 season line up is here!
RED HOT AND COLE
January 26-February 19, 2017
Written by: James Bianchi, Muriel McAuley and Randy Strawderman
A "swellegant" theatrical party, spanning the life of the great and irrepressible wit,
Cole Porter, this two-act revue traces Cole's career all over the world,
through his marriage, friendships and hardships.
Featuring over 25 Cole Porter standards, Red Hot and Cole bubbles with songs that
have become international standards.
THE BABY DANCE
March 30-April 30, 2017
Written by: Jane Anderson
Facing opposite problems, Wanda is desperately poor and pregnant with a fifth child, and Rachel, though wealthy, longs to be a mother. A classified ad brings the women and their husbands together to form an adoption agreement. The contrasting couples do their best o make the arrangement work, but class differences create unbearable tension.
November 9-December 10, 2017
Written by: James Sherman
Before her family meets her new beau, Sarah Goldman replaces her WASP boyfriend,
Chris Cringle, with a male escort hired to play the charming Jewish doctor she
told her parents she was dating. Unfortunately, the escort is no more Jewish than Chris.
In this hilarious romantic comedy, just how far will Sarah go to please her parents?
We've been expecting you!
Package for two includes:
Tickets to the Theatre (based on availability and 72 hour notice required)
3-course pre-fix dinner with choice of soup or salad, entrée, dessert and a glass of house wine