1. Our new color scheme immerses you into Denver as soon as you cross the lobby to begin your stay. The caramel and dark chocolate woodwork tones call to mind the days of Buffalo Bill when the morning started by swinging onto a leather saddle. Red accents reflect the dominant color of the state’s earth and rocks which guests can experience at the nearby Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre. This distinguishing natural beauty prompted Spanish explorers to name Colorado after a combination of Spanish words for color and red. Inside our hotel, follow the newly carpeted hallway trail to your room. Natural colors continue here, but you’re not roughing it. The comfortable beds are a far cry from the gravelly earth under a cowboy’s sleeping blanket. Lie down and close your eyes in our spacious rooms and picture a mountain night sky ablaze with stars. A desk with ergonomic chair, flat screen TV, modular seating, and free in-room WiFi are just a few touches that remind you of the modern world. Shake off the dust in our updated well-lit bathrooms with large mirrors. Then satisfy your outdoor appetite at the newly renovated Front Range Grill. With its high ceiling and natural light the dining experience here – with a little imagination – resembles feasting at a chuck wagon under open skies. Business folks will find it easy to strike a deal while seated in executive leather chairs in remodeled meeting rooms for small groups. Invite your partners to the table in confidence while remaining relaxed in an understated and professional atmosphere with warm tones that meets the needs of the most discerning business clientele. We step up the elegance with softly striped wall coverings in our attractive new ballroom to accommodate larger groups and celebrations. Leaving no stone unturned, we’ve re-finished the exterior of our hotel which remains as solid a choice for Denver accommodations as the Rocky Mountains and thriving downtown outside our windows.
Holiday Inn Denver Cherry Creek finishes renovations