Denver Welcomes Thompson Hotels

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Rendering of Thompson Hotels' standard king room.

Denver welcomes Thompson Hotels with plans for their first property in Colorado expected to open in 2020. Thompson Denver, which is currently under development, recently broke ground at 1600 Market Street in LoDo—a bustling downtown neighborhood in the center of the city just steps from Union Station.

“Denver has been a priority market for our Thompson Hotels brand and we are excited to have the opportunity to be bringing it to this vibrant city,” said David Tarr, senior vice president, development, Hyatt in a press release. “We are looking forward to introducing locals and visitors to the brand’s tailored and refined edge, with its world-class culinary offerings, elevated programming, and groundbreaking design.”

The 11-story boutique hotel will be designed as a modern-day chalet featuring 216 guestrooms. The guestrooms will have a warm style featuring a natural palette of deep browns, rich, dark greens and greys, as well as luxurious textures throughout the space including terra-cotta tile flooring, a wool rug, and a saddle leather headboard. The property will also boast 15 luxury suites, including the signature Thompson Suite featuring an oversized terrane and a dedicated entertaining space.The property will have a juice bar, a grab-and-go cafe, retail space, and an evening bar and lounge space. The property’s onsite eatery will offer all-day dining options, and the indoor/outdoor terrace with lounge and bar will allow guests to take in Denver’s lively social scene. There will also be a library and whisky room with a pool table and fireplace.

For more information, visit thompsonhotels.com. For more on new hotels opening up, click here.

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