Re­nais­sance Denver Bows in His­toric 1915 Bank Build­ing

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Mar­riott In­ter­na­tional has re­opened the doors of one of Denver’s his­toric land­marks, the Colorado Na­tional Bank build­ing, as the new 230-room Re­nais­sance Denver Down­town City Cen­ter. Listed on the Na­tional Reg­is­ter of His­toric Places, the build­ing was built in 1915 and re­tains many de­tails that are part of the ho­tel’s orig­i­nal de­sign.

The eight-story ho­tel is lo­cated in Denver’s fi­nan­cial district, a half block from the 16th Street Pedes­trian Mall. It fea­tures an orig­i­nal restau­rant con­cept that fea­tures “new Amer­i­can West” cui­sine, plus 6,000 square feet of meet­ing space, which in­cludes three of the build­ing’s orig­i­nal bank vaults, com­plete with orig­i­nal 33-inch thick, 60,000-lb. steel safe doors.

For more in­for­ma­tion visit mar­riott.com.

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