• Warwick Denver Completes Rooftop Renovation

     
    POSTED September 9, 2016
     

Warwick Denver Hotel recently completed a $1 million renovation of their rooftop pool and deck area. To celebrate the re-opening, Warwick is now offering a Pool Time Package, which allows travelers and locals to enjoy the recently transformed space. The package includes pool access, free valet parking, and a $20 food and beverage credit. The package starts at $219 and is available through December. 

“We are proud to provide our guests with these new and updated offerings,” says Michael Harrington, director of sales and marketing. “Boasting more than 300 days of sunshine each year, Denver is known for the outdoors. Between our rooftop pool, the private, large terraces on most guestrooms and the lovely tree-lined patio at our restaurant, Randolph’s, we strive to provide our guests with every opportunity to enjoy the Mile High City’s beautiful weather.”

The updated space includes a heated swimming pool, cabana seating and a bar area, which is all surrounded by views of Denver’s skyline and the Rocky Mountains. The 216-room hotel, once home to the Playboy Club, will have more interior renovations to come during 2016. 

It’s that time of year when groups are readying plans for holiday events, and employers are looking at how to celebrate their teams. In the fall 2022 issue of Colorado Meetings + Events, we looked at the state of holiday gatherings and found that they indeed are on the rebound. Some gatherings are going big after two years of not getting together or generally scaling back, while others are opting for in-office parties, small dinners, or community service projects. 

 

Uncharted Society works with outfitters across the globe to give groups and individuals the opportunity to try motorsports on BRP-certified vehicles. Teams can bond in some of the nation’s most beautiful spots on a wide range of nature tours offered on land, snow, and sea. Check out these three examples from Colorado and Utah. 

 

Colorado has 58 mountain peaks exceeding 14,000 feet, known locally as “fourteeners” or “14ers.” This is more than any other state and includes the 14,115-foot Pikes Peak, where standing at the summit in 1893 inspired Katharine Lee Bates to write the poem “America” that today is known as the song “America the Beautiful.”