• WARWICK DENVER COMPLETES RENOVATION

     
    POSTED February 8, 2018
     
  • WARWICK DENVER COMPLETES RENOVATION

     
    POSTED February 8, 2018
     

Situated between the Capitol Hill and the Downtown Commercial District, Warwick Denver has finalized a comprehensive renovation of 216 guestrooms and suites, with new high speed Wi-Fi, wide HD television screens (47”), coffee and tea-making facilities, large in-room personal safes, and multiple connecting points to electronic devices.

The new rooms average more than 425 square feet, refurbished in an elegant and modern style, with a subtle, warm, natural texture that reflects the rustic characteristics of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. In addition, each room will provide guests with a private large 120 square foot outdoor balcony that overlooks the magnificent downtown skyline or the Denver cityscape.

The hotel amazingly features a rooftop outdoor heated swimming pool and sun deck rooftop bar with panoramic views of the City. Located on the 15th floor is the fitness center that features strength training and cardiovascular equipment. The Millennium Ballroom offers a three-sided view of the city, with 4,500 square feet of meeting and function space filled with natural lighting and floor to ceiling windows.

A fun fact, is that The Warwick Denver was originally built as the Governor’s Court and is still remembered by many for the Playboy Club, the first and only one in Colorado.

The family-focused, Wisconsin-based Great Wolf Lodge opened its first resort in Wisconsin Dells in 1997. Over the next two decades, it slowly expanded with more properties around the Midwest, moving into the Northeast, South, West and Canada. And this summer, the greater Chicago area will get its first resort from the brand.

 

The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (L.A. Tourism) recently announced its record-setting economic impact for the previous year. Los Angeles County’s 48.5 million visitors spent an all-time high in 2017, generating a record $34.9 billion in total economic impact (including $22.7 billion spent directly in the L.A. economy).

 

Owned by the Mt. Washington Summit Road Company (MWSRC) and managed by Olympia Hotel Management, The Glen House, a new 68-room hotel at the base of Mt. Washington, is under construction in Pinkham Notch in New Hampshire's White Mountains and is expected to open in mid-September 2018.