• Highland Haven Shoots for the Moon

     
    POSTED March 19, 2017
     

Highland Haven Creekside Inn has recently been updated both online and on-site. From a redesigned website to electric fireplaces in junior suites, guests can expect a new and improved overall experience.

The Evergreen, Colo.-based Highland Haven’s new website launched last week, featuring the moon and stars as their new logo. Other updates to the brand include new hardwood floors in the property’s cottages and enhancements to their corporate meeting space and fairytale wedding packages.

Visitors can still anticipate classic features like the inn’s breakfast with “McHaven” muffins and wild raspberry crisps made by owner Gail Riley from her Colorado Cravings cookbook. There are now additional complimentary happy hours with wine, local brews, and cocktails including signature grapefruit martinis.

The Fireside Loft, a cozy and convenient space for a business retreat, has been updated with new furniture and design elements. New Sales Manager, Allison Walker, leads the way for more meetings and events at Highland Haven.

Owner Tom Statzell has been hard at work behind many of the new updates. “The secret is tasteful spending keeping in mind our Colorado chic style, creating value for our guests at every turn,” he says.

The Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre completed its $24 million renovation of the entire hotel and conference center. Renovations began in 2020. 

The North Dallas conference center hotel renovation includes a full redesign of all 503 guest rooms, lobby and public areas, and food and beverage outlets. Additionally, the hotel’s 55,000-square-feet of meeting space was updated with new furnishings, technology upgrades, and the addition of a new 6,600-square-foot Lakeside Ballroom. 

 

While many know Colorado as a big craft beer state (fifth place ranking in the United States for number of craft breweries) and the founding place of Coors, its place on the nation’s wine map continues to expand. Just as some people prefer an IPA to a stout, some folks are more sauvignon black than merlot. What’s a meeting and event planner to do? 

Go local

 

It’s a magazine editor’s dream to receive an email saying, “I have a great event space I wanted to get on your radar.” Sometimes, the statement leads to a ho-hum, not very interested reaction, but this one has me excited to see the results upon the expected fall opening of Society bordering the River North Art District (RiNo) in Denver. Formerly The Wrangler bar and nightclub, vacant since 2018, the three-story, 15,000-square-foot multipurpose collective at 3090 N. Downing St. will house three concepts: Thrive, Vibe, and Alive.