Ascent on Main
Expect impeccable service as you travel back in time with the hotel’s modern-yet-vintage decor and glitzy entertainment offerings. Guest rooms feature modern amenities with nostalgic flair, like black-and-white “Casablanca”-era photos, Juliet balconies and glitzy pendant lighting. Ascent on Main is additionally home to a bevy of shopping and dining options, including a handful of restaurants, a bakery, plus flower, jewelry and cigar shops.
What makes it special?
There's no shortage of dining and entertainment options at the Ascent! Head to the Upper Deck, a rooftop bar and restaurant, for a cornhole game on the turf, craft cocktails and expansive city views. Or reserve a table at The Douglas Kitchen & Cocktails, where menu favorites include red-wine-braised short ribs and rabbit pot pie.
The most Colorado thing about this place
Stop by the Ascent's concierge station to check out one of the hotel’s bicycles for a ride around town or on the 27 miles of nearby paved scenic trails. Not sure where to go? You can pick up a trail map and ask for tips from the hotel’s knowledgeable staff.
Most unexpected amenity
The hotel is dog friendly! Feel free to bring along your leashed buddies when you go. A one-time $75 fee is charged, but two dogs per guest room are A-OK and each will receive a complimentary goody bag.
Our favorite traveler review
“What a great experience. This boutique hotel is very impressive. The bars and restaurants have great views of the Front Range. Their food and drinks are high quality and care is taken in their preparation. The property is just a couple of blocks from the Mainstreet main drag. Easy access to Denver or Colorado Springs. New, clean and well run.” — Terry R., Tripadvisor
What you’ll find nearby
Discover Parker’s charming boutiques, galleries and restaurants. See rare automobiles at the Vehicle Vault and equestrian events at the Colorado Horse Park. Catch a stage show at the Parker Arts, Culture & Events Center, enjoy the water park at O’Brien Park & H2O’Brien Pool or hit the links at several area golf courses. Bingham Lake Park, about 10 minutes south of Parker, is a popular place to fish for bass, watch for wildlife and bike ride. Or, head to Castlewood Canyon State Park (about 20 minutes south of town) to hike, picnic and rock climb.
Photo courtesy of Ascent on Main, formerly The Laszlo Hotel