Please note, that this house is almost 100 years old, so it is not handicap accessible.  All suites are located upstairs.

      Amie St.Jéan


This suite, along with much of the house, has a strong French influence which was inspired a great deal by my heritage.  This suite was the first to be renovated, and decorated.  Much of the decor was purchased after a trip to France.  It is my slightly smaller suite with a queen size bed, desk/seating area, amoire, and vanity.  As with all my suites, it does connect to its own private bathroom, with shower, sink, and toilet.  Like the rest of the house, it's also furnished and decorated in antiques.                                                                                                                                                                                             

Fléur De Lis Suite

​$115.00 per night

​​​I decorated this suite in the "ART DECO" style, which was the prevalent style during  the time this house was built.  I named the suite for F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel "The Great Gatsby".  It was written and takes place during the opulent "Roaring 20's." This suite is furnished with a queen size bed, desk, and seating areas.  It has a private connecting bathroom with shower and toilet.  To keep the bathroom from being too cramped, I located the vanity

sink in the bedroom area.  

​​​​The Gatsby Suite

$125.00 per night

Molly Brown Suite

$135.00 per night

This is my largest suite, close to twice the size of the others. When the house was built, this was the Master Bedroom. This spacious room has a king size bed, large mahogany desk and chairs, decorative quarter-sawn murphy bed, armiore and THE VANITY.

The connecting bathroom was originally the only bathroom, that served the entire house. It's the only suite with a bathtub and shower. The door to the hallway was removed, and direct access made from the suite. In keeping with the Molly Brown theme, it's decorated in a nautical style.

The vanity in this suite originally belonged to The Unsinkable Molly Brown, who survived the sinking of the Titanic. This Denver CO resident was so much more than a survivor.  She was an activist for women's and children's rights. Her home in Denver was saved and now serves as a museum dedicated to her. For more information, click the button above.

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