Executives at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Southeast unveiled a multi-million-dollar renovation Wednesday that includes an overhaul to each of the guest rooms as well as retooled meeting and event space.
Spire Hospitality, managers of the hotel at 7525 E. Hampden Ave. in Denver, updated 205 guest suites with a contemporary design and with what they described as “energetic accent colors” of blue, beige and brown.
It also remade the atrium to be a more attractive place for guests to gather and socialize, following a trend of a number of hotels that seek to cater especially to younger business travelers seeking more interaction with others. And it re-branded 14ers, the in-house restaurant.
“The amount of hard work and dedication that has been put into this hotel update project truly elevates the property, which is more contemporary, beautiful and comfortable than ever,” general manager Charlie LaMont said.
The Embassy Suites Southeast contains more than 6,000 square feet of meeting space.
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