Loews Denver prepares for fall debut as a Hyatt Place

The former Loews Denver Hotel in Glendale, Colo., will reopen this fall as a Hyatt Place after $10-million renovation, Hyatt Hotels Corp. said. Hyatt, through an affiliate, has entered into a franchise agreement with new owners DiNapoli Capital Partners and Rockwood Capital to brand the property. The hotel's official name will be the Hyatt Place Denver/Cherry Creek.

San Jose, Calif.-based DiNapoli is a real estate investment and management firm that also owns the Hotel Teatro in downtown Denver, the Denver Business Journal reports.

Loews sold the hotel in January for a reported $11.2 million.

The property, built in 1986, was originally known as the Giorgio.

Post renovaton, the hotel will have 194 rooms, 3,000 square feet of meeting and function space, free Wi-Fi, a fitness center and 24-hour food service.

 

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