Close

Cart

Total $0.00

Checkout

WESTMINSTER, Colo. (Nov. 3, 2015) – Colorado’s Westin Westminster is pleased to announce that it has completed more than $2 million in updgrades to its 370 guest rooms and seven spacious suites.

Designed by Denver’s DLR Group, The new Westin Westminster guest room décor features contemporary furniture with sleek lines brightly accented by shades of blue. The hotel rooms – many with breathtaking Rocky Mountain views - also feature updated soft goods, including luxurious new furniture groupings, work spaces and technology advancements.    

The Westin Westminster worked with Denver art curators NINE dot ARTS to place more than 350 vibrant works by Colorado artists in its guest rooms, including art by Jan Fordyce, Jennifer Bobola, Meghan Wilbar and Kevin Weckbach.

“This remodel reflects the hotel’s modern Colorado vibe and we are very excited to share it with guests,” said Westin Westminster General Manager Mike Case. “We are also thrilled to showcase so many gorgeous artworks by talented Colorado artists.”

Managed by Denver’s Sage Hospitality, the Four Diamond Westin Westminster showcases Westin’s premier amenities - including the Westin Heavenly Bed and Westin Heavenly Bath. Ideally situated halfway between Denver and Boulder, the 370-room hotel features more than 60,000 square feet of unique indoor and outdoor event space that can accommodate up to 1,200 people.

Amenities include an indoor heated lap pool, an outdoor spa and a fully equipped fitness center. With 139 state-of-the-art solar panels on its roof, The Westin Westminster was the first hotel in Colorado to be partially solar powered.

The hotel is adjacent to Kachina Southwestern Grill, a unique Sage Restaurant Group concept serving Native American cuisine in a vibrant, relaxing atmosphere.

For more information or reservations, please visit www.westindenverboulder.com or call 303.410.5000.

Contact: Julie Dunn

julie@dunncommunications.com / 303-522-2659

Related News

DoubleTree by Hilton Opens in Atlanta Perimeter Following $12M Transformation

McWHINNEY Acquires 123-Room Hyatt House Denver Airport

Managed by Sage Hospitality, Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Downtown Convention Center Completes Renovation

Sage Hospitality Appoints Tobias Arff General Manager and Kelly McCourt Director of Sales & Marketing for The Darcy, Washington, D.C.

Owned by KHP Capital Partners and Managed by Sage Hospitality, The Darcy Washington D.C. Joins Curio Collection by Hilton

Sage Hospitality Opens The Maven Hotel at Dairy Block in Denver

Sage Hospitality Names Mustafa Menekse Area Director of Sales Overseeing Denver's The Crawford, The Oxford & The Maven Hotels

Sage Hospitality Appoints Gerry Link as General Manager for The Maven Hotel, Denver

Sage Hospitality Names Bess Miller General Manager of Denver’s the Curtis – a DoubleTree by Hilton

Sage Hospitality Completes Renovation and Expansion of The Denver Marriott Tech Center

The Courtyard by Marriott Denver Downtown Launching Multi-Million Renovation in Early 2017

Sage Hospitality Appoints Kimberly Terry-LeDoux as Director of Sales and Marketing of The Blackstone, A Renaissance Hotel

Sage Hospitality and BMC Investments Open Newly-Built Halcyon, A Hotel in Cherry Creek, Colorado

Sage Hospitality Appoints Mike Case as New General Manager of Denver Marriott TechCenter

Sage Hospitality names Kara Akers Associate Director of Sales at The Oxford Hotel & The Crawford Hotel

Sage Hospitality Appoints Two Key Leadership Positions for Halcyon - a Hotel in Cherry Creek, Set to Open August 2016

Sage Hospitality to Develop The Maven in Denver, Colorado Slated to Open Spring 2017

McWhinney and Sage Hospitality to Develop The 164-room Elizabeth Hotel in Fort Collins, CO

The Logan Philadelphia Opens as a Hilton Curio Property Following Multi-Million Dollar Renovation

Denver Marriott Tech Center to Begin Major Transformation this Fall Including Guest Room Overhaul

All News »

Please login or register to post a comment.