The Art Hotel Denver Unveils $3 Million Refresh

The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton has announced the completion of a $3 million property-wide refresh to its 165 guestrooms and suites, meeting and event spaces, 24-hour fitness center, private dining and public spaces. The "art haven hotel" located in Denver’s Golden Triangle Museum District provides guests with a new enhanced experience inspired by its art collection curated by Dianne Vanderlip, former curator of modern and contemporary art at the Denver Art Museum and surrounding cultural neighborhood. 

Spearheaded by TDA Interiors, creative expert designers based in London, the refresh of The Art Hotel Denver intends to keep the iconic artistic essence and neighborhood influence that serves as the basis of the property. Each of the guestrooms reflects a refreshed design concept with textured navy carpet accented by blue, yellow and green seating chairs, window drapery, colorful bedding fabric, and an upgraded bathroom with white Italian marble. Additionally, the refresh welcomes a new queen bed category that reflects the enhanced design concept. 

The property-wide refresh also includes an enhancement of its 7,500 square feet of flexible meeting and event spaces, including new furniture, carpet, lighting, baseboards, paint, wall coverings and audio and visual upgrades. This includes a refreshed 3,100-square-foot ballroom that can be divided into three sections, conference rooms, a boardroom, private dining spaces and an outdoor terrace space for smaller events.

Through a new national partnership with Soothe, guests of The Art Hotel Denver can book on-demand spa-quality massage treatments in the comfort of the newly refreshed guestrooms. Other wellbeing enhancements include Peloton Bikes in the refreshed 24-hour fitness center outfitted with new furniture, rubber flooring, wall covering, and finishes.

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