Denver's newest hotel will open its doors Jan. 20 at 1801 Wewatta St. in the thriving Union Station neighborhood.
Hotel Indigo Denver
will offer 180 guestrooms and 1,388 square feet of meeting and event space, which can accommodate up to 200 people in a variety of layouts. These include the Hickenlooper Boardroom, as well as the Green Room and the Russell Room, which can be combined into a larger Green Russell room. All are equipped with the latest amenities, including high-speed wireless Internet access and digital projectors.
"The Hotel Indigo Denver is a perfect complement to our growing portfolio of third-party managed hotels in top urban markets with high barriers to new entry," says Robert Cole, president and CEO of Hospitality Ventures Management Group, an Atlanta-based, private hotel ownership and management company.
The LEED-certified hotel, part of InterContinental Hotels Group, was co-developed by Portman Holdings and Hensel Phelps.
Rooms feature hardwood floors; polished concrete ceilings; interior sliding barn doors; oversized beds with throw pillows and a plush duvet; spa-inspired showers with complimentary Aveda products; and murals depicting Denver, the Rocky Mountains and Colorado's Front Range. A complimentary 24-hour fitness studio is equipped with Lifestyle cardiovascular machines, free weights, televisions, showers and locker rooms.
The hotel is pet-friendly and will offer treats, canine cocktail hours and dog-walking services to guests' furry friends, who will receive a warm welcome from the hotel's resident dog ambassador, Barkly.
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