Hotel Clio Debuts in Cherry Creek North

Photos courtesy of Hotel Clio

Following a multi-million-dollar transformation, Marriott has announced the opening of Hotel Clio, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Cherry Creek North. Owned by DiamondRock Hospitality Company and operated by Denver-based Sage Hospitality Group, the luxury hotel boasts 199 spacious and stylish guest rooms and suites, a fully reinvigorated lobby experience, along with refreshed interior spaces, and the vibrant hospitality one has come to expect from a Cherry Creek hotel.

“We are thrilled to open Hotel Clio and welcome both curious visitors and familiar faces to Cherry Creek North,” said Dean Griffin, general manager of Hotel Clio. “Our team is delighted to see this project come to life. We are very proud of the unparalleled hospitality and high-touch service infused in every aspect of the guest experience.”

Inspired Interiors and Golden Touches

Helmed by Wilson Ishihara Design, Hotel Clio’s interiors take cues from Cherry Creek’s origins in the Gold Rush era paired with the natural surroundings of the destination. Hotel Clio’s namesake “Clio,” the Greek muse of history, is fully realized in the hotel’s heritage-honoring design, grounded in a deep appreciation for the region’s background. Inspired by the story of William Green Russell striking gold at the confluence of Cherry Creek and South Platte River, the interiors reflect a unique sense of discovery and the inspiring hope of good fortune with subtle gold accents complemented by rich earth tones.

Welcomed with a sit-down check-in, Hotel Clio’s Oshibori-style arrival experience is a marvel for the senses – complete with a custom cocktail, hot and cold scented towels infused with the hotel’s signature aroma of White Blossom Tea, and a curated welcome playlist. The high-touch welcome experience is enhanced by thoughtful design details – beautiful marble floors and custom art pieces – all anchored by a grand stone fireplace.

Convivial Dining and Culinary Delights

Global flair and top-notch hospitality merge at TORO Latin Kitchen and Bar, Hotel Clio’s signature culinary concept by acclaimed local chef and restaurateur Richard Sandoval. TORO, helmed by Chef Oscar Padilla, offers a creative Pan-Latin menu offering small plates and family style dishes, and features daily epicurean moments and memorable, interactive experiences. The restaurant is complete with a Ceviche Bar, showcasing fresh flavors designed to be paired with hand-muddled libations. Guests and locals will enjoy inspired culinary offerings in an inviting space, with an air of celebration infused into every meal. With weekly guacamole-making classes, along with wine and tequila tastings, TORO’s warm ambience merges with the open-concept lobby creating a spirited social hub and lively gathering space – serving to connect established locals and vibrant visitors alike.

Mile High Meetings & Events

Home to two spacious modern ballrooms, indoor/outdoor event spaces, ten event rooms and an intimate rooftop deck backdropped by sweeping Rocky Mountain views – Hotel Clio’s elegant venues with 10,000 feet of functional space are easily transformed to create authentic, memorable events from board meetings, team retreats to inspired celebrations. Highly personalized service, professional planners and distinctive offerings blend to create an unforgettable event in the Mile High City and bring people together in the same way the confluence of Cherry Creek’s rivers inspired hope and community years ago.

“The opening of Hotel Clio is an exciting moment in the continued expansion of our portfolio of exceptional hotels and resorts across North America,” said Philipp Weghmann, vice president and global brand leader of The Luxury Collection. “The hotel’s stunning vistas, matched with refined service and singular epicurean experiences, will quickly establish it as one of the premier hospitality offerings in the greater Denver area.”


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