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DENVER OFFERS TREASURE TROVE FOR PLANNERS

DENVER OFFERS TREASURE TROVE FOR PLANNERS

Denver has long been a destination for discovery, for planners and attendees alike. The city surprises at every turn, hooking its guests with local flair while not skimping on big-city amenities. It's a natural charm that's reflected in Denver's diverse collection of hotels. For meeting planners, Denver's hotels offer an opportunity to tap into an authentic energy that keeps guests on their toes, while still giving them options at all price points, with a dazzling array of meeting spaces. In Denver, it's business as unusual.

Perhaps the most striking part of the hotel choices in Denver is their collective cool. In each hotel, you have the space needed for a big-time meeting and the amenities to make sure everyone is getting the most from their event. But more than that, you have a collection of hotels that serve as launching pads for an event your guests won't forget. Whether it's location, luxury, history, or that only-in-Colorado feel, Denver hotels are a main character in this story.

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

It's Denver's largest hotel with 1,238 sleeping rooms and 133k sq-ft of meeting space. Plus, its $80 million renovations bring new spaces to work, meet, and relax.

Hyatt's Boutique Thompson Denver

Located right on 16th Street Mall in the heart of downtown, this 216-room hotel offers a luxurious taste of elevated French cuisine from Michelin-starred chef Ludo Lefebvre.

Hyatt Centric Downtown Denver

4,500 sq-ft of meeting space. 264 sleeping rooms blocks from the Colorado Convention Center. Plus a rooftop with an outdoor terrace (with a million-star view) and Apple Blossom, chef Paul Reilly's latest creation.

Catbird Hotel

There are no cats or birds in this boutique hotel, but it is in RiNo. There are 165 rooms, a 3,300 sq-ft event space, and a lively rooftop with a panoramic view.

The Rally Hotel at McGregor Square

Adjacent to Coors Field, this hotel in Denver's new McGregor Square has 182 sleeping rooms, 21,000 sq-ft of event space, and an elevated private terrace overlooking the plaza.

The Slate Denver, Tapestry Collection by Hilton

Formerly the Emily Griffith Opportunity School, this schoolhouse-turned-hotel has 251 rooms and is located right across from the Colorado Convention Center.

Hotel Clio

Formerly the JW Marriott, this 199-room hotel is a luxurious gem located right in the heart of Cherry Creek North, a premier destination for shopping and dining.

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