Simeone Deary designs Hyatt Place and Hyatt House Denver/Downtown

The dual-branded Hyatt Place Denver/Downtown and Hyatt House Denver/Downtown opened, marking the first combined Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels in the Denver area.

Designed by Simeone Deary Design Group in collaboration with Forse Art Consulting, the hotel’s design is inspired by its surroundings, and incorporates recycled beetle kill wood accents and handcrafted local artwork.

The shared lobby has art installations by local artists like Sabin Aell. Highlighted art pieces include a Sabin Aell mural, covering a nine-foot wall in the Hyatt Place Gallery, inspired by the lines found in a topography map of Colorado.

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The 248-key Hyatt Place Denver/Downtown has a range of amenities, including free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, a 24/7 Gallery Menu & Market, a 24-hour gym, and more than 4,800 square feet of meeting space.

Meanwhile, Hyatt House Denver/Downtown has 113 apartment-style suites, free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour fitness facility, 24/7 Guest Market, and more than 4,800 square feet of meeting and event space.

Chad Cuddy serves as the GM of Hyatt Place Denver/Downtown and Hyatt House Denver/Downtown.

The dual-branded hotel is located nearby the Colorado Convention Center, Denver Pavilion, the Denver Center for Performing Arts, and the Denver Art Museum. Chad Cuddy serves as general manager for the hotel, with Annabeth Black acting as director of sales.

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