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NY Times looks at Westin DIA

The New York Times looked at the Westin Denver International Airport in a feature about new airport hotel complexes nationwide.


In Denver, finishing touches are being applied to a 14-story hotel with 519 guest rooms and 37,000 square feet of conference space.

The effort included the creation of an open-air plaza and a commuter rail station next to the hotel. Early guests will still rely on cabs, buses and cars to get around. The rail system is not expected to be in operation until next spring.

Efficiencies are built into the project. Rooms will be equipped with a keyless entry system. Members of the Starwood loyalty program can download an app on a mobile device, receive their room number in a text or email and bypass the front desk.

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Eric is a Denver-based tech writer and guidebook wiz. Contact him here.
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