• JW Marriott Denver Opens New Event Space

     
    POSTED October 4, 2016
     

The JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek has opened a new event space called The Deck. It’s an elevated outdoor space located on the third floor of the hotel.

The venue’s outdoor urban setting features custom hedge walls and can hold up to 140 guests. It offers a variety of amenities such as an indoor foyer and private restrooms.

“We are thrilled to be offering this distinct new event space in the heart of Cherry Creek North,” says JoAnn Wrenn, general manager. “THE Deck is the ideal setting for a gorgeous ceremony or intimate cocktail party.”

JW Marriott Denver offers a total of 9,500-square-feet of event space. This includes  Fireside, their 2,400-square-foot space with glass doors that lead out to a patio with fire pits, and the Grand Ballroom, which can hold up to 175 guests.

The JW Marriott Denver was named the “Best Hotel with Meeting Space in Metro Denver (200 rooms or less)” in 2016 by Colorado Meetings + Events magazine. The hotel has 196 guest rooms and suites that have a modern design and include a variety of amazing amenities. For more information about the hotel, visit jwmarriottdenver.com.

The widely recognized Chateau on the Lake Resort, Spa, & Convention Center of Branson, Missouri, has captured the coveted “Best of MidAmerica Award” from Meetings Today magazine. Readers of the magazine determined recipients of the award, voting on a handful of the top MidAmerica meeting sites based off of quality of meeting space, guest rooms, services and amenities, food and beverage offerings, staff, availability of technical equipment, recreational facilities and activities, and overall experience.

 

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Oklahoma City officials recently unveiled the MAPS 3 Oklahoma City Convention Center’s new brand featuring a colorful, high-energy logo.

“Everyone has seen the rise of the MAPS 3 Oklahoma City Convention Center on the east side of Scissortail Park, and its completion will be another MAPS game-changer for our City,” says Mayor David Holt. “Today’s logo unveiling is another milestone on that path.”