Brinkman Celebrates Opening of Aloft Hotel in Westminster

Brinkman Real Estate and Colmena Group celebrated the opening of Aloft at The Orchard Town Center in Westminster earlier this month. The limited-service five-story, 67,000-square-foot hotel has 120 guest rooms includes an outdoor pool, spa, full-service bar, meeting space, business center and fitness facility.

“We’re thrilled to bring this key hospitality asset to a Denver submarket that’s poised for continued growth in the coming years,” remarked Kevin Brinkman, CEO of Brinkman Real Estate. “This marks our seventh successfully completed project with our capital partners, Colmena Group, and our fourth hospitality project with them.”

The project team also includes; Brinkman Construction, architect WORTHGROUP, landscape architect Norris Design, civil engineer Ware Malcomb, and hotel operator Renascent Hospitality.

Aloft Hotels, a Marriott flag, has 140 hotels across 20 countries and five continents. With the tagline, “where travel breaks the mold,” this line of boutique hotels caters to the next generation of travelers with its urban, modern design and social experience at an affordable price.

Amenities include a Re:mix Lounge that includes a bar with live music from local and emerging artists, a collaborative workspace and pool table and lounge area. Re:fuel, a 24/7 snack and drink shop, and high-tech capabilities like service requests straight from guests’ smart phones are also available.

Orchard Town Center features numerous restaurants, an AMC theater, 300 multi-family units, REI and Lifetime Fitness center. It sits directly north of the St. Anthony North Health Campus, west of the Amazon Fulfillment center and northwest of the Denver Premium Outlets.




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  1. Linda Scott
    September 30, 2020 at 8:40 am — Reply

    Hello. Regarding your story on the opening of the Aloft Hotel. There is a description of the Orchard Town Center Mall in the last paragraph that is misleading. REI announced in the early summer that they were leaving the mall because the mall owners would not negotiate acceptable lease terms with them. Really too bad.
    Also, there are more restaurants closing at the mall than opening. You could blame this on Covid but actually this was happening long before the restrictions this year.
    We are neighbors to this mall and we’re hoping that in five years it will still be open.

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