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(Denver, Colo.) – May 14, 2018 Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel announced today the completion of a $15 million renovation project that began in April 2017. The entire hotel has been renovated including all 400 guestrooms; 40,000 square feet of meeting spaces including the ballroom; lobby and public spaces; and an entirely new restaurant concept called Fifty300 featuring American Regional Cuisine with Italian influence. The renovation was unveiled at a “Grand Re-Imagined Event” on Thursday, May 10.

“After much anticipation we are thrilled to reveal the hotel’s reimagined look to both Denver and visiting guests,” said Brian Lenfestey, Area General Manager of Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel. “Offering the same high-quality service that Renaissance is known for, this renovation elevates the guest experience and gives us an edge in an ever-evolving city.”

History

Built in 1986 adjacent to Stapleton Airport, the Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel began its life as a Stouffer Hotel intended to serve travelers to and from Denver. In 1993, the hotel was rebranded as a Renaissance and in 1995, Denver retired the Stapleton Airport and unveiled the new Denver International Airport 20 miles north east. In 1997, Marriott purchased the Renaissance Brand, and it continues to serve as the ideal location between Denver International Airport and downtown proper.

An iconic Denver hotel, Renaissance Denver Stapleton has undergone significant transformation, much like the surrounding Stapleton neighborhood, now one of Denver’s premier residential and entertainment hubs and the largest urban redevelopment project accomplished in the United States. With an abundance of restaurants, breweries, specialty shops, local boutiques, outdoor malls, a movie theater and over 50 parks, Stapleton has become a destination in itself.

Design and Décor

The Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel has been updated with a classic and subdued color scheme, dominated by blue-gray tones and accented with mild earth tones and pops of orange. A sleek, modern design with strong geometric shapes compliments the architectural features of the exterior of the hotel.

Bold, streamlined furniture accented with strong, simple, geometric pieces and splashes and accents of color throughout the hotel give the overall theme a modern-meets-classic/artistic feel.

A plant selection of lilies, succulents and other local botanicals reflect indigenous Colorado flora and wall art blends natural, mountainous scenes with bright pops of color with the industry of everyday modern life, represented in grayscale.

  • Guestrooms: Simplified and modernized with a white, silver and brown color scheme, guestrooms now boast plush new beds and comforters, 50’’ Smart TVs mounted on a cushioned silver panel, silver geometric lamps and gray geometric carpet. Guestroom lounge areas have been renovated with new round tables, desk chairs and gray sofa sleepers in King guestrooms and blue arm chairs in Queen guestrooms. Bathrooms have new tile, walk-in showers, back-lit mirrors with mountain silhouette, and textured silver/gray wallpaper that resembles exposed concrete.
     
  • Meeting Spaces: The expansive meeting spaces have been revamped with new lighting fixtures, wall coverings, grayscale geometric carpet, and top-of-the line AV/TVs.
     
  • Lobby: The first area to be renovated, the lobby of the Renaissance set the sleek and modern tone that the rest of the hotel now emulates. The renovation brought a new botanical program along with new modern couches, chairs and artwork throughout the foyer and public space.
     

Dining

As part of the $15 million renovation, Renaissance Denver Stapleton is unveiling a new restaurant, Fifty300, which boasts a slightly more rustic feel, reminiscent of a high-end ski resort café complete with pseudo ski-lift booths. Inspired by mountain ski towns, the restaurant’s furniture is simple and modern with tables alive with wooden grains, shapes and textures. Subdued earth tones with pops of blue and orange can be found in the restaurant’s new lighting, floor plan, buffet, hardwood floors and host stand that imitates a stack of firewood.  Hints of metal along with architectural elements give a slightly industrial feel to the atrium level restaurant.

Fifty300’s menu is designed by award-winning Executive Chef Charles Fulton, who has been with Renaissance Denver Stapleton hotel since 2010. Fulton has a strong Front Range pedigree, having worked at numerous local restaurants including Flagstaff House, Vesta Dipping Grill, Bloom Restaurant Flatirons, Meritage Restaurant at Omni Interlocken Resort, and Levy Restaurants at the Pepsi Center, and earning his Certified Chef Degree at Colorado Mountain College.

“We are excited to roll out brand new food and cocktail menus as well as an entirely new dining concept, Fifty300, as part of the recent renovation,” said Charles Fulton, Executive Chef of Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel. “Our team has thoughtfully crafted menu items using regional ingredients that reflect the local culture of the Rocky Mountains.”

For information visit Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel’s website or call 303-399-7500.

About Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel

Style meets comfort at the newly renovated Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel. Situated conveniently between Denver International Airport and downtown proper, the Renaissance offers its distinctively hip brand as the perfect companion to Denver’s youthful vibe. The Renaissance offers 400 fully renovated guest rooms and hotel suites, 40,000 square feet of event space spanning across 26 meeting rooms, a 24-hour Fitness Center and whirlpool, a redesigned lobby featuring Elevate Lounge and an entirely new restaurant concept called Fifty300 featuring American Regional Cuisine. Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel is located at 3801 Quebec St. To make reservations visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/densa-renaissance-denver-stapleton-hotel/ or call 303-399-7500.

Contact: Alexandra Chiafery

Alexandra@vocapr.com / 585.329.9670

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