Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Stapleton Honored with National Award

  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Stapleton Honored with National Award

     
    POSTED February 19, 2018
     

The Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Stapleton in Denver, Colorado, has been awarded the Connie Pride Award of Excellence.

“It is wonderful to see our hotel partners recognized for their hard work and exceptional service,” said Justin Clark, Visit Aurora director of sales and services. “The Connie Pride Award of Excellence is a national recognition that places our properties on the map for meeting planners and visitors to Colorado.”

The Connie Pride Award of Excellence is presented to less than 20 properties nationwide.

“Essentially, the Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Stapleton was ranked in the top 15 hotel properties for a combination of quality assurance, overall guest experience, and Hilton Honor Scores,” said Girardin, director of sales and marketing. “Our committed staff strives to create a personalized and unique experience for each and every guest by exceeding expectations. We are proud to be a part of the Aurora community and couldn’t be more thankful for the support of our local partners through the years.”

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