Parker-Torres Design transforms Denver Marriott Tech Center

The Denver Marriott Tech Center in Colorado is undergoing a property-wide transformation. The renovation – including a complete overhaul of the hotel's lobby, 605 guestrooms and more than 50,000 square feet of meeting space – is scheduled to be completed by next September.

Upon completion of the overhaul, the hotel's two guestroom towers will have new furniture, 49-inch flat-screen TVs and refrigerators, as well as bathrooms with sliding barn doors, backlit mirrors and tile showers.

Designed by Parker-Torres Design, the guestrooms and public spaces in the refreshed Denver Marriott Tech Center will have décor in shades of grays, browns and blues.


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Owned by Bethesda, Maryland-based Host Hotels & Resorts, the Denver Marriott Tech Center will also be creating 36 upscale Extended Stay Executive Studios and five Extended Stay Executive Suites that will have separate living, kitchen and sleeping spaces and 5,000 square feet of additional meeting space configured into four breakout rooms.

Managed by Denver's Sage Hospitality, the Denver Marriott Tech Center will similarly offer technology, including Marriott's new in-room entertainment system featuring NetFlix, Wi-Fi connectivity, mobile check-in and reader boards.

The hotel will also be home to a new restaurant concept, which will be a freestanding restaurant within the lobby atrium.

Other changes will include a larger fitness center with updated equipment and an on-site market.

The renovation will be done in two phases and the hotel will stay open during the upgrade.

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