by Sarah J.F. Braley | December 04, 2017

The 613-room Marriott Denver City Center hotel in Colorado is now the Hilton Denver City Center after a $27 million renovation.


"We are excited to strengthen our presence in one of the most scenic and fastest growing cities in the country," said David C. Marr, senior vice president and global head of full service brands for Hilton. "With its stunning mountain and city views, modernly appointed spaces and location in the heart of Denver, Hilton Denver City Center is the perfect addition to Hilton's flagship brand."

The Trust recently completed a multiyear repositioning program for the hotel, investing more than $27 million on upgrades and renovations over the past 36 months. "Our strategic plans in Denver began several years ago when we began a transformational renovation of all public areas, food-and-beverage facilities, and every guest room and bathroom," said Francis. "The fully renovated hotel will be the only Hilton-branded property in all of downtown Denver."
The hotel features 32,000 square feet of meeting space, with dining on American fare at Prospect's Urban Kitchen and Bar.