Hyatt to open first Colorado Thompson in 2021

T2 Hospitality is working on the Thompson Denver with architecture firm DLR Group and interior design firm Parts + Labor. Photo credit: Thompson Hotels

T2 Hospitality recently broke ground on an 11-story Thompson Hotels property in Denver. Slated to open in 2021, the 216-room hotel will mark the luxury brand’s first property in Colorado.

“Denver has been a priority market for our Thompson Hotels brand and we are excited to have the opportunity to be bringing it to this vibrant city,” David Tarr, SVP of development at Hyatt, said in a statement.

In the United States and Canada, Thompson Hotels has properties open in Toronto, Chicago, New York City, Nashville and Seattle, with additional projects in the works in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Miami and across Texas.

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Thompson Denver’s lobby will feature a grab-and-go café, which will transition into a bar and lounge in the evening. On the ground floor, its signature restaurant will accommodate 90 guests and include a bar area. Higher up, on the sixth floor, an indoor/outdoor terrace will offer 140 seats for dining and drinking and feature a sunroom, courtyard, library and whiskey room. The property also will offer an array of function and meeting spaces.

T2 is a California-based privately controlled real estate development and investment company founded in 2011. It is working on the Thompson Denver with architecture firm DLR Group and interior design firm Parts and Labor Design.

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