Historic Bank Reopens as Renaissance Denver

written by | Posted on July 2nd, 2014

 

Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center opened in historic Colorado National Bank building.

Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center opened in the historic Colorado National Bank building.

The historic Colorado National Bank building, which was constructed in 1915, reopened its doors this May as the new 230-room Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center.

The 8-story hotel is located within Denver’s financial district, and walking distance to downtown hotspots including Coors Field, the Pepsi Center, the Denver Art  Museum, and the Larimer Square shopping and restaurant district, among others. The property has kept its history by restoring 16 murals that were originally painted for the bank in 1925, are now in the hotel’s grand lobby. The hotel’s restaurant, range, features American cuisine and the Teller Bar, located in the hotel’s lobby, and named after bank tellers who once stood where the bar is now located, features small bites, craft cocktails, and local beers.

Guests can learn more about the property’s history with a complimentary interactive walking tour, available via smartphone, which gives guests a brief cultural tour of the hotel from the artwork to the history of banking in Colorado, as well as information on the hotel’s culinary offerings. Rates start at $249. For more information, call (303) 867-8100 or visit rendendowntown.com.