DoubleTree Hotel Denver Tech Center Completes Renovations

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Greenwood Village, CO – DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver Tech Center recently completed their total hotel renovation this spring, just in time to welcome summer guests. With the hotel’s complete transformation, the atrium, guest rooms, hospitality suites, lobby, meeting rooms, junior suite, presidential suite, and Zink Restaurant + Bar all received major upgrades and enhancements.

The DoubleTree by Hilton Denver Tech Center hotel is managed by Stonebridge Companies in Denver. The architect for the renovations was 2WR + Partners working with design firm, Design Force Corporation. The general contractor for the renovations was National Lodging Renovation Management, Inc.

“The reimagining and transformation of our hotel includes every aspect of the guest experience, adding a contemporary style, fresh design, and modern technologies into each room and public area,” said Aaron Alberding, General Manager at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver Tech Center. “We are excited to showcase our new hotel to guests and business partners in the coming months, and elevate the Denver Tech Center as a destination for Denver travelers.”

Specific enhancements include the hotel’s lighting, carpeting, furniture. The Atrium has been transformed into a common area for enjoyment, complete with upscale décor, a variety of seating options, multiple HDTVs, and a full service bar. The lobby renovation included opening up the space to allow for casual seating by the fireplace, working on Mac and PC computers in the new business center, or catching the news or a game on the new 85-inch flat screen HDTV.

All guest rooms, including suites, had a floor-to-ceiling renovation, with new carpet, bedding and furniture, completely transforming these rooms into the largest renovated rooms in the Denver Tech Center. Zink Restaurant + Bar’s renovation included raising the ceiling to include more lighting, adding additional outdoor seating and opening the bar into the Atrium for a more open, welcoming feel for guests.

Photos courtesy of Stonebridge Companies


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