The Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center hotel
was recently honored by Marriott with the 2015 Hotel of the Year award for the Renaissance brand in the western United States.
The hotel, developed by Stonebridge Companies
, is in Denver's Central Business District, a half-block from the 16th Street Mall and three blocks from the Colorado Convention Center.
"We are proud of transforming on of Denver's historic landmarks into a modern luxury hotel," says Navin Dimond, founder, president and CEO of Stonebridge. "We are honored to receive this award and will continue to provide guests with our unique brand of Distinguished Hospitality."
The hotel has 230 guest rooms, 6,000 square feet of meeting space and fitness center. Range, the hotel's original concept restaurant, features local menu items sourced from the Rocky Mountain region.
The historic building features murals by the iconic western artist Allen Tupper True and many preserved elements from the original Colorado National Bank, which opened in 1915.
"The Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center showcases the historic Rocky Mountain West and offers the full-service accommodations, amenities and comforts of a luxury hotel," says Michael Damion, general manager. "We are pleased to be recognized by Marriott with the 2015 Hotel of the Year distinction."
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