TownePlace Suites by Marriott Denver Downtown in Colorado upgraded

The TownePlace Suites by Marriott Denver Downtown in Denver, Colorado completed a multi-million dollar renovation, including guest suites, a new breakfast room and a larger fitness space. Each guest suite was brightened and refreshed to fit the leisure traveler and the extended stay guest.

Guest suites now have a new design scheme, with new carpeting, upholstery, kitchen and appliances. Each suite also now provides Marriott's new bedding package and a new flexible desk space offers easy-access plugs and allows guests to adjust the angles and space needed for working. Wireless Internet services have also been boosted for a stronger signal.

The TownePlace Suites also upgraded all of their in-room and public space artwork with the assistance of their management company, Sage Hospitality. Each Sage property is decorated with local artwork, influenced by the local community. For the Downtown Denver location, artwork was commissioned from the VSA Colorado/Access Gallery, a nonprofit organization that engages the community by opening doors to creative and educational opportunities for people with disabilities to access and experience the arts.

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The TownePlace Suites Denver Downtown is a newly renovated, extended stay hotel located near the Denver Convention Center, Pepsi Center, Denver Art Museum and Cherry Creek. Close by to Denver Health and National Jewish, the hotel has 122 suites with fully equipped kitchens, living areas and work spaces. Guests are provided with complimentary breakfast, Internet and parking. The property is housed in the historic A.B. Hirschfeld Press Building.

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