The 165-room Art Hotel Denver, a Curio Collection by Hilton property, just finished a $3 million propertywide refresh. Part of Denver’s Golden Triangle Museum District, the hotel provides guests with a new look inspired by its art collection that was put together by Dianne Vanderlip, former curator of modern and contemporary art at the Denver Art Museum.
“We are thrilled to usher in a refresh for guests of the Art Hotel Denver with a new era of design and aesthetic,” said general manager Alison Mitchell. “Staying true to our artistic ethos and the cultural roots of our surrounding community, we are committed to offering a captivating and exceptional experience to all.”
Spearheaded by London-based TDA Interiors, the redesign aimed to keep the original cultural essence and neighborhood influence of the property. Pops of color in the new custom furniture and carpets complement the hotel’s natural finishes, modern design and comprehensive collection of original works. As part of the project, the property now offers some rooms with queen beds.
The Art Hotel Denver's 7,500 square feet of meeting spaces received new furniture, carpet, lighting, wall coverings and A/V upgrades. The gathering spaces include a 3,100-square-foot ballroom, several conference rooms, a boardroom, private dining spaces and an outdoor terrace for smaller events.
Through Hilton's new national partnership with mobile-wellness company Soothe, guests of the Art Hotel Denver can book in-room spa treatments. Other well-being enhancements include new Peloton Bikes in the 24-hour fitness center, which also was refreshed.