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Westin Denver Downtown debuts multimillion-dollar renovation

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Downtown property unveils newly-designed guest rooms, lobby, meeting spaces and more. 

DENVER -  The Westin Denver Downtown recently completed a property-wide, multimillion-dollar renovation resulting in a complete transformation of the guest experience. Located in the heart of Downtown Denver, the renovation includes refreshed guest rooms, a brand-new lobby space with a green living wall and grand staircase, as well as a new meeting space with floor-to-ceiling windows. Throughout the design, by Parker Torres Design, natural elements and urban materials are incorporated to reflect the nearby Rocky Mountain landscape. 

The Westin Denver Downtown has been a pillar of the Denver hospitality landscape since opening in the 1980s. Today, we’re thrilled to unveil this expansive renovation which redefines the guest experience,” said Jerry Caliguire, general manager.  

Upon entry, guests are welcomed with a breathtaking green living wall – an example of the property’s commitment to sustainability, the living wall enhances the air quality of the building by reducing CO2 and PM2.5 by 21 percent – plus ample seating at an expansive sofa. Bringing flexible space to visitors, this transformed area offers an inviting setting for casual meetings, unwinding from a busy day and a home base for Denver adventures. Also in the lobby, the new grand staircase offers easy access to meeting level floors above and provides an iconic location for future wedding and event photos.  

The property now offers 432 rooms and suites with the addition of two traditional guest rooms, all offering city or mountain views. In addition to new sleek, modern amenities and hardwood floors, the refreshed design emphasizes the Westin brand commitment to guest wellness with the debut of the Westin Heavenly 2.0 bed and relaxing neutral and blue hues. The luxury suites and patio rooms also feature sliding glass doors for convenient access to large, private outdoor spaces and refreshing Rocky Mountain air.  

Visitors can easily fulfill their work or life commitments while balancing their desire for adventure and maintaining a healthy lifestyle with weekly runs guided by a local team member and a gear-lending program complete with massage rollers, Hyperice equipment and in-room weights, as well as access to the WestinWORKOUT Fitness Studio and heated rooftop pool. Daily activities and local experience guides curated by the Westin Denver Downtown team also provide guests with an authentic, first-hand glimpse of life in the Mile High City.  

An institution for groups, Westin Denver Downtown has added 3,000 square feet of lobby-level meeting space with expansive wall-to-wall windows offering city views. The property’s nearly 39,000 square feet of meeting space feature lighter shades of color throughout, creating an open and inviting atmosphere for groups and events of all sizes. Westin Denver Downtown offers a variety of venues, with a capacity of up to 1,000 guests, an assortment of pre-function areas and even an open-air pool deck highlighting the Denver skyline.  

Led by Executive Sous Chef Myke Rogers, on-property dining includes a modernized atmosphere and a new fireplace in V’s Lounge, offering full-service breakfast, lunch and dinner The new menu will showcase Colorado cuisine and local vendors, as well as rotating selections of craft beer and an in-house barrel-aged whiskey.

Vicky Karantzavelou
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Vicky is the co-founder of TravelDailyNews Media Network where she is the Editor-in Chief. She is also responsible for the daily operation and the financial policy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Tourism Business Administration from the Technical University of Athens and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wales.

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