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The 154-room HALCYON hotel, located in Denver’s Cherry Creek area, welcomes groups with its sleek, contemporary look—and its emphasis on charity.
“The Denver hotel market continues to get more and more competitive each year, and we wanted to make the enhancements our guests and the marketplace require.”
"The ART is reflective of Denver’s new role as the West’s new epicenter for visionary thinking, synergistically paired with distinctive and exceptionally effective actions."
The 221-room Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center is set to open this May in the old Colorado National Bank. The 33-inch thick steel doors of the original bank vaults welcome groups to a place where they can mingle and dine like thieves.
“People associate the tree-hugger lifestyle [with Denver] because the environment does come first. Because we show how important it is to us at this hotel, the local customer sees it and has responded by bringing business to us.”
Groups can experience local creations including taco sushi, grilled tender belly pork tenderloin and Szechuan-style Colorado rack of lamb, just to name a few...
When the city promotes itself as the greenest, most convenient big city in America for large scale groups, it just might be right.
Nicole Marsh, CMP/DMPA, is CEO of The Arrangers DMC with offices in Denver, Colorado Springs and Vail. She says active outdoor programs are booming...
Denver’s Brown Palace Hotel & Spa is marking its 120th anniversary with a series of customizable add-on programs running through September. The new Denver-centric,...
Denver is seeing a sudden surge in new chef-owned bistros, brew houses, gastro-pubs and farm-to-table dining.
We checked in with three different geographical destinations—coastal, mountain and an urban convention district—to see how various cities are educating groups about sustainability. SAN FRANCISCO...
The 316-room Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs celebrates geographical beauty and simple luxury.
Next generation convention center districts look good, breathe well + pack in the ROI.
Green meetings are the future. Step up and avoid the rush.