Now Open | Denver Warwick’s Renovated Meeting Space

By Collaborate Staff, June 10, 2014

Renovations were completed on Uptown Denver’s Warwick Hotel’s 10,000 square feet of meeting space in April 2014. The makeover added new wall coverings, window treatments, carpets and lighting.

Meeting spaces include the 3,311-sq.-ft. Capitol Ballroom, which holds 350 for receptions, 225 theater-style, 184 for banquets and 120 in a classroom setup. Seven smaller rooms accommodate eight to 250 attendees in a variety of configurations. Audiovisual and catering services are available. The business center is open 24 hours, and meeting spaces provide both wired and wireless Internet access. The staff is multilingual. The hotel provides a courtesy car service within two miles of the property.

New farm-to-table banquet and catering menus are featured for meetings. Randolph’s Restaurant & Bar provides an on-site dining option. It has a wraparound patio overlooking the downtown area. A heated rooftop pool is open year-round, and features panoramic views of the city and the Colorado Front Range mountains. Randolph’s provides food and beverage service to the pool deck.

The hotel has 219 guest rooms and suites. The 24-hour fitness center has floor-to-ceiling windows showing views of the Denver skyline and Rocky Mountains. For busy attendees, same-day laundry and dry-cleaning services can be arranged.

Photo credit: Denver Warwick Hotel

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