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Four Seasons Hotel Denver Reveals Renovations

The seven-month project tackled the entire 239-room property.

The rooftop pool deck at the Four Seasons Hotel Denver
The rooftop pool deck at the Four Seasons Hotel Denver

A top-to-bottom renovation has finished up at the 239-room Four Seasons Hotel Denver in the Mile-High City’s Larimer Square district. The multimillion-dollar project remodeled the guest rooms, meeting space, all public areas and Edge, an American steak house and bar.

“We are thrilled to share that we have completed a seven-month renovation project and have reopened our doors to unveil our reimagined hotel,” said Four Seasons regional vice president Thierry Kennel, general manager of the Denver property. “Our team is ecstatic to be back, and you can feel the energy and excitement throughout the hotel. It’s wonderful to have our family together again, ready to welcome our guests back and provide an experience that can only be Four Seasons.”

Marzipan, the original designers of the property when it opened in 2010, most recently focused on Denver’s architecture, urban geography and vibrant social scene to create the new look, aiming for a modern and sophisticated space with a warm ambience and lively atmosphere. 

“We really wanted to balance the warmth of the existing architectural finishes with icy grays, midnight blues and snowy whites — mostly cooler tones that spoke to the mountains and clear blue Denver skyline,” said Molly Dunn, senior designer for Marzipan. 

The transformed Edge Restaurant offers a new menu featuring raw-bar selections, aged cuts of steak and innovative dishes such as a bison burger with fried Red Rock cheddar, candied bacon, raspberry chipotle and spicy pickle. The Edge Bar has been expanded into three areas that are spread across the lobby level, opening up more space for entertaining and offering guests a choice of ambiences. The Corner Bar, just off of the lobby, is ideal for grabbing an aperitif and small bites from the new bar menu; the original Edge Bar has been opened up and will feature live music and now offers a patio. The third Edge Bar is inside the restaurant. 

Three private dining rooms are available, including the Butcher’s Block, which is named for the custom-built dining table where the culinary team offers tableside demonstrations; its menus are entirely customizable. 

The 24,000 square feet of event space also has been refurbished, and each of the ballrooms and private meeting rooms offers floor-to-ceiling windows with plenty of natural light and views of downtown Denver.