New hotels open in Denver

The 120-room Aloft Denver North Westminster is owned by 14780 Delaware 1 and managed by Renascent Hospitality. Photo credit: Renascent Hospitality

Several new hotels have opened in Denver.

Aloft

Marriott International has opened a new Aloft hotel in the city. The 120-room Aloft Denver North Westminster is owned by 14780 Delaware 1 and managed by Renascent Hospitality of Greenwood Village, Colo. GM Tony Loos and director of sales and marketing Katie Palmer lead the management team at the property.
  
Located in The Orchard Town Center, 26 miles from Denver International Airport, the hotel is close to downtown Denver, the Denver Premium Outlets, The Summit Thornton, Elitch Gardens and Topgolf. 

Public spaces include a heated outdoor swimming pool and whirlpool spa, a fitness center, complimentary Wi-Fi and a meeting room.

DoubleTree

The DoubleTree by Hilton Denver International Airport is a six-story, 163-room full-service hotel close to the Denver Airport, Buckley Air Force Base and the Gaylord of the Rockies Convention Center.
 
The hotel’s decor is inspired by the Colorado landscape, with earth tones (slate, stone, and deep brown) complimented by the colors that can be found on a Colorado “Bluebird” day. In addition to a restaurant with an outdoor patio, the hotel has 4,895 square feet of meeting space.

The property is managed by Stonebridge Cos.

Best Western Premier

The former Timbers Hotel has reopened as the Best Western Premier Denver East following a $10 million renovation and rebranding.
  
The 193-room has nine suites with patio and balcony views. Some suites have an in-room kitchenette for extended stays. Public spaces include an outdoor pool, a hot tub, an interior courtyard and a 24-hour fitness center. For business functions, the hotel has seven meeting rooms with more than 7,000 square feet.  
 
The property is close to Denver International Airport, the Denver Zoo, the Museum of Nature and Science, Denver Botanical Gardens, Mile High Stadium, Coors Field, Elitch Gardens Amusement Park and Downtown Denver.

According to STR, Denver was one of the few markets in the country with positive gross operating profit per available room for July.