DENVER—Hilton Denver City Center marked its grand opening with a gathering of local community leaders and a ribbon cutting ceremony, introducing the 613-room hotel.
Rising 20-stories high, the property has newly renovated public spaces, guestrooms and dining venues following the completion of a $27 million multi-phased renovation. There are 581 guestrooms and 32 suites, and expansive, flexible events space for conferences, weddings and receptions.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by CEO of Visit Denver, Richard Scharf and Councilman Albus Brooks as well as Tim Benolken, Hilton’s SVP of operations for North America.
“We have created a hotel with distinctive personalized service that will offer an unmatched experience in this flourishing market,” said James L. Francis, president and chief executive officer of Chesapeake Lodging Trust. “It is exciting to present Hilton Denver City Center, which represents our strong collaboration with the globally recognized Hilton brand.”
The hotel is owned by Chesapeake Lodging Trust of Arlington, VA.