When Built: Constructed in 1936, originally as a door factory. The Chandelier Room was used as a production space and the Edison Room as a showroom. 

Design Style: Urban industrial artistry 

Highlights: Rotating moss wall, brick exterior, exposed rafters, polished cement floors, large factory-style windows and surrounding arts district 

Event Spaces: 

  • Chandelier Room: Named for the chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, this 3,000-square-foot space accommodates up to 300 for a standing cocktail reception or 200 guests for a seated dinner and has an in-house A/V system. 
  • Edison Room: The Edison Room has glass ceilings with classic Edison bulb-style lighting and 10-foot-tall, moss-covered rotating walls that add natural inspiration to the 2,600-square-foot space. The permanent waterfall-bar is truly unique, and the layout can fit 200 guests standing and 120 guests seated for a meal. 

Find out more at mossdenver.com

Kimpton Hotel Born sits next to the train tracks of Denver's Union Station, the city’s transportation hub. In tandem with the hustle and bustle of city life, Hotel Born projects a Rocky Mountain feel with alpine-modern spaces that exude warmth and rusticity, which is exactly what groups and visitors want when they come to Denver.

 

Population: 9,614

Location: At the confluence of the Colorado and Roaring Fork Rivers, between Aspen and Vail, Glenwood Springs is 160 miles west of Denver and 90 miles east of Grand Junction on Interstate 70. 

 

Population: 60,317