Denver Hotel Indigo prepares for January opening

The new Hotel Indigo Denver is preparing to open its doors in January 2017.

The property, located at 1801 Wewatta Street in Denver, Colo., consists of 180 guestrooms and 1,188 square feet of meeting and event space. It was co-developed by Portman Holdings and Hensel Phelps, was designed by architectural and engineering firm John Portman & Associates. When it opens, the property will be managed by Hospitality Ventures Management Group.

“The Hotel Indigo Denver is a perfect complement to our growing portfolio of third-party managed hotels in top urban markets with high barriers to new entry,” Robert S. Cole, founder, president and CEO of HVMG, said in a statement. “We are very familiar with the Indigo brand, having operated the Hotel Indigo Atlanta since its opening in December 2015. Upon opening, we are confident the hotel will ramp up quickly on its way to becoming the market and segment leader."

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The hotel's meeting and event space consists of three rooms -- the Hickenlooper Boardroom, the Green Room and the Russell Room -- which are capable of accommodating up to 200 guests. The property is also pet friendly, and pets are offered their own range of amenities including treats and dog-walking services.

The property is located in Denver's LoDo neighborhood, and is in close proximity to many of Denver’s attractions, including Union Station, the Denver Performing Arts Complex, Larimer Square, Coors Field, the Colorado Convention Center and the RiNo Arts District.

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