• Denver’s Largest Hotel is About to Get Even Bigger

     
    POSTED September 13, 2019
     
  • Denver’s Largest Hotel is About to Get Even Bigger

     
    POSTED September 13, 2019
     
  • Denver’s Largest Hotel is About to Get Even Bigger

     
    POSTED September 13, 2019
     
  • Denver’s Largest Hotel is About to Get Even Bigger

     
    POSTED September 13, 2019
     
  • Denver’s Largest Hotel is About to Get Even Bigger

     
    POSTED September 13, 2019
     

Recently, Denver’s largest hotel, Sheraton Denver Downtown, has unveiled its 80-million-dollar renovation plans. The changes are set to be completed by April 2020.  

Originally built in 1959 by world-renowned architect IM Pei, the Sheraton Denver Downtown has been a staple of city life ever since. Now, the hotel is looking out on new horizons, including a focus on incorporating nine public space concepts, including signature design features such as a community table, private booths, and studios that will allow guests to connect privately with ease, while also not missing out on the lively hustle and bustle of the hotel lobby.  

Beyond the lobby, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy the Coffee Bar during the day and the lively Veiled Bar during the evening. For meals, Chef Scott Skomal leads a culinary program that is staunchly committed to responsible ingredient sourcing. Offerings include a vast catering menu, crafty cocktails, themed buffets, plated meals, hand-crafted desserts, and The Test Kitchen, an experience where guests are granted access to the kitchen to create their own meal that the culinary team designs into a custom meal.   

To relax, the hotel will be redesigning its outdoor pool area, as well as adding an adult game room next door. Additionally, for those staying in the hotel for business or event purposes, the hotel is set to have 133,000 square feet of meeting space throughout 58 meeting rooms as well as three ballrooms, one of which can accommodate groups as large as 2,100.  

For the largest hotel in Denver, all of its new renovations will only make the hotel more of a shining beacon in the community than it already is. Whether you’re visiting for an intimate business meeting, a glamorous gala, or to catch what’s happening at the Colorado Convention Center blocks away, come April 2020, the Sheraton Denver Downtown is sure to dazzle its guests more than ever before.  

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