Denver is due to get a new Embassy Suites hotel when the new, 403-room Embassy Suites Denver - Downtown hotel opens in December, directly...

Denver is due to get a new Embassy Suites hotel when the new, 403-room Embassy Suites Denver – Downtown hotel opens in December, directly across from the Denver Convention Center.

The Colorado city’s new Embassy Suites hotel is being developed by White/Peterman Properties, Inc. (based in Merrillville, Indiana). The hotel will be managed by Windsor Management Services, the hotel management arm of Windsor Capital Group, which is headquartered in Santa Monica, CA.

In addition to its 403 guest rooms, the new Embassy Suites Denver – Downtown hotel will have 17 function rooms, totaling 21,000 square feet of meeting and banquet space, and will feature unique design elements such as a 13-story glass curtain “Sky Lobby/Atrium”.

The hotel’s amenities include plans for an additional leased restaurant, retail space, a state-of-the-art fitness facility, a spa, an indoor pool, a business center and full valet service/on-site parking. The hotel is planned to be a LEED-certified building.

“This hotel is in a prime location and our convention groups will be very excited about this addition to our skyline,” says Rachel Benedick, vice president of sales & services for Visit Denver, the city’s convention and visitors bureau.

The hotel’s downtown Denver location on Stout and 14th Streets is central, situated as it is directly across from the entrance to the Denver Convention Center and serviced by the light rail stop on Stout Street. Denver’s major downtown attractions, restaurants, entertainment venues and financial district are all within walking distance from the Embassy Suites Denver – Downtown, according to Windsor Management Services

“When Hilton took the previous Embassy Suites out of the system in downtown Denver, the upper-upscale Hilton brands were under-represented, creating a ‘perfect storm’ for a new Embassy Suites hotel to drive an index premium against its competitive set in the upper-upscale segment,” says Rich Parks, Vice President of WPM Construction, the hotel’s builder. “We chose Windsor Management Services because we had a lot in common with them and feel they are the group that will bring the results we want to the bottom line.”

Hilton’s Embassy Suites hotel offers two-room suites, complimentary cooked-to-order breakfasts and evening Manager’s Receptions.

Windsor Capital Group/Windsor Management Services is a comprehensive hospitality management and development organization that owns and manages full-service, upscale branded hotels throughout the U.S. These include 17 existing Embassy Suites hotels.

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