Hotel in Denver Co


The Brown Palace Hotel anchors Denver’s business district along 17th street. It is the grand dame of Denver Business hotels and who knows how many deals have been brokered within its walls. The hotel boasts nearly 6500 square feet of meeting space in its nine meeting rooms and its two ballrooms offer nearly the same amount of space for socializing and banquets. The Brown Palace caters to the businessperson with 33 executive suites that include printers, copiers, fax machines and laptop recharging stations. High-speed Internet access is included in every room as well as private voice mail, 2-line phones and in-room safes. If you want to meet on the go or quickly need to access information from your home base for a client wireless Internet access is available in the hotel lobby. After a day of deal making relax in the hotel spa or celebrate in the Ship’s Tavern.

The Marriott City Center is a popular Denver business hotel for business meetings and with over 25000 square feet of meeting space and 24 meeting rooms it offers ample space for even small conventions. The hotel has a full business center, and rooms include a two-line speakerphone with data port and voice mail. Each room includes high-speed Internet access and you can get unlimited Internet and long distance calling for a fee of $9.95. It is a block off the 16th Street Mall and a short walk to other hotels and restaurants, light rail and the Colorado Convention Center.

When you travel you need space to expand and work when you reach your destination. The Burnsley Hotel’s expansive 700 square feet suites will make you feel at home. All 80 suites include a large work desk, phones with data ports and high-speed Internet access and voicemail. A fully equipped kitchen offers other possibilities for your meals should you choose not to dine in the hotel’s dining room. The Burnsley is Capitol Hill’s premiere boutique business hotel and is an ideal spot for intimate business meetings.

The function rooms at the hotel will accommodate 10-70 guests. The Burnsley is ready to meet your needs with business services like printing, faxing and copying. The conference center also provides LCD projectors, and for those who do presentations in an old school fashion easels and dry erase boards are available. However high speed Internet can be accessed to download your latest data. If you are looking for a unique hotel with European charm and room to stretch out the Burnsley is the place.

Imagine having your next meeting in Tuscany. The Italian décor of the Loews Denver makes conferences and presentations special. The views of the city and the Rocky Mountains inspire creativity as the windows in the presentation rooms are bathed in natural light. The service at the Loews is exemplary with complimentary bottled water and candies to help you get through the afternoon after lunch. An executive board room on the 10th floor features a custom made table that seats 15 and overstuffed chairs for your team so you can brainstorm and strategize creatively and comfortably.

The hotel’s Business butler program provides all the needs of a full-service environment in a box that includes items like sticky notes and computer disks. Loews is conscious of the business travelers needs and offers cell phone charges, laptop power supplies and laser fax machines. Guest rooms feature high speed Internet, two line phones with data ports, speakerphones, modem access and a minibar. When you are ready to plan your meeting with your team contact one of the on-staff meeting planners to make your stay at the Loews Denver the best that it can be.

The Westin Tabor Center has the only downtown hotel amphitheater. Following its renovation, its 400 square foot guest rooms are a great place to unwind and relax after a busy day. The Westin Tabor Center offers 23 meeting rooms and 23000 square feet of meeting and conference space. High-speed Internet access is available in all guest and meeting rooms and if you prefer to take your business outside wireless access is available in Skyline Park, which is adjacent to the hotel. Guestrooms feature two-line phone with data port and voice mail and a full service business center is available. Starwood Westin properties were a best pick of JD Power and Associates in 2004.

The Warwick Denver offers a more intimate environment than some of the 17th Street giants. With 10,000 square feet of flexible banquet and conference space, it is the perfect setting for small conventions and meetings. Each of its 11 function rooms feature natural lighting and wireless Internet access. Guest rooms include high-speed Internet access, two-line phones with data ports and voice mail. Business services such as faxing, printing, copying and a desktop computer are available 24 hours a day. The hotel is centrally located to downtown shopping, activities and attractions.

Some business travelers log hundreds of miles during the week. Many may not admit it but the last thing you may want is for the hotel you check into tonight to look the same as the one you slept in last yesterday. At the Hotel Monaco in downtown Denver you won’t face this dilemma. Brightly colored sophisticated interiors are the standard rather than the exception. Designed for the hip entrepreneur and businessperson, the Monaco is a welcome change. All guestrooms feature complimentary high-speed Internet, two line speakerphones with data ports and voicemail.

If you tower above your peers, you will enjoy the availability of tall rooms with extended height showerheads and extra long beds. The Monaco offers 4000 square feet of meeting space and is an ideal spot for intimate downtown receptions and banquets. Two fully equipped boardrooms can accommodate 15 people. The Monaco also has a full audio visual department to make your meeting go smoothly and high speed internet is standard in all the meeting rooms. Stressed out by the days activities? Check out the Yoga Channel on all the guest room TV’s. Yoga equipment for your use is included in the room.

Denver Technological Center

The Inverness Hotel and Conference Center is right at home in the Denver Technological Center. It features a state of the art conference center and is a member of the International Association of Conference Centers. The centers meeting rooms have natural light floor to ceiling, a computer center, a full business center including graphics and photographic capabilities. When you tire of meetings, you can relax or build relationships on the hotel’s golf course. The Inverness features in-room high-speed Internet access, two telephones with speakerphone and voice mail in a spacious work environment. There is a complimentary shuttle to destinations within five miles of the hotel, and if you forgot your laptop, on-site computer rental is available. If you visit the Inverness, you can download a conference kit that gives you the details of the hotels services.

You never know where and when that next deal can be made. Sometimes the setting has everything to do with making the client comfortable. The Bradford Homesuitesl near the Denver Tech Center offer all kinds of possibilities. With expansive apartment style suites with fully functional kitchens, you have more options than just meeting at the restaurant. A far cry from the cramped quarters of the typical cookie cutter hotel, the Bradford Homesuites have separate living/work and bedroom spaces much like you would at home. When the deal is done you can kick back and relax with some TV or a movie, much like you would at home. Get the picture? Suites at the Bradford include your own private line, voice mail, and high-speed Internet access. The Bradford offers three different suite layouts for your comfort.

When business travelers come to the Denver Tech Center, they expect the finest. The Marriott Denver Tech Center adds value with the Room That Works. Rooms are designed with the traveling executive in mind and include a large work desk, ergonomic chair, voice mail and wireless Web TV. The hotel offers some of the largest meeting space in the area with 25 meeting rooms and over 40,000 square feet. At any one time, the largest space can accommodate nearly 1500 people. Meeting rooms and public areas have wireless access. Guest rooms offer unlimited high speed Internet and local phone calls for a fee of $9.95 per day. Contact a meeting planning professional online to plan your next meeting or conference in Denver
Embassy Suites Southeast

The Hotel Denver Tech in the heart of Greenwood Village is a popular venue for significant meetings and events. With 17,000 square feet of meeting space, it will accommodate gatherings from 8 to 800. Business travelers will find the convenience of access to a PC, laser printer and digital copier in the business center. Enterprise car rental is available onsite and a complimentary shuttle encompassing a 5-mile radius to points within the Tech Center area including Park Meadows Mall is available. Guest rooms include high-speed Internet access, and two line phones with voice mail. Formerly a Hilton property the hotel will undergo renovation up until it is opening as an upscale boutique hotel in summer 2006.

The Radisson Denver Southeast is just a few short minutes from the Denver Tech Center. If you have business downtown, in the Tech Center or Aurora, it’s the ideal place in between these destinations and it’s not far from DIA. The hotel offers 25000 square feet of meting space with regular and high-speed Internet in the meeting rooms. An onsite audiovisual specialist will help make sure your laptop connects to that projector for your PowerPoint presentation.

The Radisson Southeast has a secured business class level with upgraded rooms and suites and a Business Class Lounge. There is Enterprise car rental onsite so you can get where you need to go. The Radisson offers same day dry cleaning and valet service and an affordable image salon and services for men and women so you can look your best giving that next presentation. A 24-hour business center helps you keep on top of things. When you’ve closed the deal, relax on the way to the airport in the complimentary shuttle.

Denver International Airport

The Denver Marriott at Gateway Park is one of the first hotels built near Denver International Airport. It is centrally located to downtown, Fitzsimons and the Denver Tech Center. The Marriott by the airport offers 6000 square feet of meeting space in 11 rooms to accommodate small to mid-size conferences. Each sleeping room is equipped as the Room that Works with work desks, ergonomic chairs, two-line phones with data port and voicemail and Web TV. On premise meeting planners are available to assist you with your conference or event. You can submit an RFP online with your requirements if you wish.

The Timbers is the first upscale boutique hotel in Denver’s Northeast corridor. As the corridor continues to develop and grow the hotel is positioned to accommodate new business travelers to the corridor. It sits in-between two of Denver’s major development projects Stapleton and Fitzsimons. The Timbers offers over 5000 square feet of meeting and banquet space so it is an ideal place for mid-size conferences and meetings. Complimentary high-speed Internet access is available throughout the campus.

The business center is open 24 hours a day 7 days per week and offers complimentary access to computers, fax machines, and a scanner. There is also an ATM in the business center and package delivery and pickup can be arranged with the front desk. The Timbers offers corporate suites with desks and executive chairs and full kitchens. Rooms include private voice mail and free local phone calls. You’ll have room to roam in the expansive western styled executive suites and studios. Don’t miss an opportunity to stay at one of Denver’s newest and finest hotels.


For decades, there was nothing much between Denver and Boulder and the University of Colorado. Then came shopping malls and a smattering of hotels in the Westminster area. Today the hotel jewel of the area, the Omni Interlocken Hotel and Resort rises up in the valley with the Flatirons and Rocky Mountains serving as its backdrop. The Omni Interlocken features a 27-hole golf course so you will have ample time to play after work, unless work and play are the same. The hotel itself has 34,000 square feet function space with 14 meeting rooms.

Most meeting rooms are naturally lit with floor to ceiling windows and all feature high speed internet access and the Omni offers state of the art audio visual equipment for impactful presentations. Seven of the meeting rooms feature ISDN ports and ergonomic chairs. Rooms and suites are spacious and include two-line phones with data ports and voicemail. Executive desks with modem outlets are also featured and high-speed Internet is available for a daily fee. The Omni Interlocken is the epitome of luxury in the West with its views and location it is a can’t miss retreat for business or leisure.

Business hotels to the west of Denver have been developed with room to spread out. The Westin Westminster is conveniently situated between Denver and Boulder and it offers 30,000 square feet of funcion space and 18 meeting rooms. Set against Rocky Mountain views the hotel also has 30,000 square feet of outdoor function space. Fee-based high speed Internet is available in all guest rooms as well as large work areas and dual line speakerphones with data ports. Relax in the pool or whirlpool after a day of relationship building and winning new clients.

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