Aloft Denver Downtown reopens following $3M makeover

The Aloft Denver Downtown has officially reopened following an approximately $3 million makeover that updated accommodations, the lobby, food and beverage spaces, the fitness center and the social lounge.

"We are proud to have been a part of Denver's pandemic response and witness firsthand how the community came together," Jonathan Gandhi of JBK Hotels said in a statement. "After a roughly $3 million and five-month renovation, we are excited to relaunch a virtually brand-new upscale hotel. Being next to the convention center, we are happy to welcome back our regular guests as well as those that are yet to experience our superlative hospitality."

The lobby has been redesigned with a dark gray base, complemented by black-and-white wallpaper with pops of color along with yellow, dark magenta and purple in the furniture and throw pillows. The ottomans have vintage graphic novel prints. This color palette follows the sightline throughout the hotel's public spaces, including the WXYZ bar, Re:mix lounge, Re:charge fitness center and Re:fuel by Aloft market pantry. 

All guest rooms have been refitted with new headboards, mattresses and linens, as well as new 55" mounted televisions, in-room steamers and Drybar bath amenities. The guestrooms have a modern, neutral aesthetic with pops of yellow and blue. Each hotel floor alternates between dark magenta with dark gray and dark turquoise with dark gray.

Aloft Denver Downtown has more than 1,400 square feet of meetings and event space, with the largest space accommodating up to 90 people. AV equipment is available, including a film projector with screen, LCD panel, LCD projector, microphone, overhead projector and television.

The 140-room property is in downtown Denver, close to the Colorado Convention Center, 16th Street Mall and Colorado State Capitol, and is approximately 20 miles from the Denver International Airport. The Aloft Denver Downtown is owned by JBK Hotels and managed by Azul Hospitality Group.