by Sarah J.F. Braley | January 17, 2018
All 216 guest rooms have been redone at the Warwick Denver, adding faster WiFi connections, new 47-inch TVs and more connecting points for electronic devices.
Guest rooms were redecorated in an elegant and modern style, aiming for a residential feel with elements of the rustic characteristics of the Rocky Mountains. Each room also now features a private balcony. The Warwick Denver was originally built as the Governor's Court, which once housed Colorado's only Playboy Club; subtle reminders of this history can be found in the guest-rooms' artwork, such as classic covers of the magazine.
 
Other amenities at the property include a rooftop outdoor heated pool and sun deck, and a rooftop bar offering a panoramic view of the city and the mountains off to the west. 
 
The hotel's 15th floor features a state-of-the-art fitness center and the 1,925-square-foot Millennium Ballroom, with city views on three sides. Also on-property is the larger, 3,300-square-foot Capital Ballroom, part of more than 6,000 square feet of meeting space. The Warwick's restaurant, Randolph's, celebrates the guest-room renovation with a revamped menu featuring local savory flavors.