Curtis Hotel completes $7 million renovation

The Curtis - a Doubletree by Hilton has completed a $7 million renovation that includes upgrades to all 336 rooms and a lobby expansion.

The downtown Denver hotel also has created "hyper-themed" suites on each of its 13 themed guest floors featuring custom art by Colorado artists, unique flooring and decorations. 

For example, the Sci-Fi floor includes the Star Trek Enterprise room featuring futuristic flooring, Lucite furniture and cast photos and on the Mad About Music floor, parrotheads will flock to the new Jimmy Buffett room featuring ocean blue floor tiles and a giant Margaritaville mural highlighting top hits such as "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere."

The Curtis also added two new one-bedroom suites to compliment its existing Rolling Stone Suite -- the KISS Suite, named after the flamboyant rock band, and the Spice Girls Suite, dedicated to Britain's best-selling girl band. Each suite is 800 square feet and features a separate living room and master bedroom. 

"We really wanted to let the hotel's funky personality shine through even brighter with this renovation," says JoAnn Elston, General Manager of The Curtis. "Our new lobby features a lot more seating and is a much more relaxing place for guests to gather."

The Curtis is kicking off the weekend each Friday this summer with Denver DJ Rockstar Aaron spinning his favorite hits in front of the hotel from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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