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Le Meridien Denver Downtown's open-air rooftop bar is said to be the highest in the city.
Le Meridien Denver Downtown's open-air rooftop bar is said to be the highest in the city.

Le Meridien Denver Downtown opens this summer and we’ve got your sneak peek of this property. In addition to featuring 272 French-inspired guestrooms, a 24-hour fitness center, and the Corinne restaurant serving elevated sophisticated food with European flavors and classic cocktails, Le Meridien Denver Downtown will boast what is said to be the city’s highest open-air rooftop bar, 54thirty, on the 20th floor overlooking the Rocky Mountains.

A rendering of a guestroom at Le Meridien Denver Downtown.
A rendering of a guestroom at Le Meridien Denver Downtown.

Le Meridien will also offer guests the opportunity to “Unlock Denver” through a special art program focusing on three core pillars—coordinates, culture and cuisine. These experiences will include complimentary access to the Clyfford Still Museum; guest access to the prestigious Denver Athletic Club; tastings and/or tours with local artisans including Laws Whiskey House, Infinite Monkey Theorem Urban Winery, Colorado Cider Company, Leopold Bros. Distillery, Renegade Brewery and Rocky Mountain Soda Company; and on-property special events, including pickling classes with The Real Dill.

Opening in tandem, the 223-room AC Hotel Denver Downtown will feature guestrooms with chic urban decor, an AC Lounge and a breakfast-centric restaurant, AC Kitchen. Both properties share the 54thirty rooftop bar. Rates start at $325 per night at Le Meridien Denver Downtown; $250 per night at AC Hotel Denver Downtown. For more information, visit starwoodhotels.com or marriott.com.