The Curtis, Denver’s Pop Culture Hotel, Completes Renovation
- Jun 18, 2014
By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor
The Curtis – a Doubletree by Hilton has recently completed an extensive $7 million property renovation that included upgrades to all guest rooms and a lobby expansion.
Located at 1405 Curtis Street, the 336-room property is Denver’s only pop culture hotel. The downtown Denver hotel now features “hyper themed” suites on each of its 13 themed guest floors. The suites include custom art by Colorado artists, unique flooring and decorations. For example: on the 8th “Sci-Fi” floor there is a Star Trek Enterprise room featuring out-of-this-world futuristic flooring, Lucite furniture and cast photos; on the 13th “Dun Dun Dunnnnn!” floor is located the Ghostbusters room which includes lime green “Slimer” floor tiles and a ghostly 3-d art illusion; on the 15th Floor “Mad About Music” the Jimmy Buffett room features ocean blue floor tiles and giant Margaritaville mural highlighting top hits like “Five O’clock Somewhere”; and on the 16th floor “Pedal to the Medal” – “Shake & Bake!” the Talladega Nights suite features custom movie wall art and over-the-top NASCAR trinkets.
The Curtis has also added two new one-bedroom suites to complement its existing Rolling Stone Suite – the KISS Suite and the Spice Girls Suite. Each suite is 800 square feet and features a separate living room and master bedroom. The newly renovated and expanded lobby now features complimentary coffee service for guests daily until 10 a.m. and a business center.
“We really wanted to let the hotel’s funky personality shine through even brighter with this renovation,” said JoAnn Elston. “Our new lobby features a lot more seating and is a much more relaxing place for guests to gather.”
The Curtis opened in 2007 and is managed by Denver’s Sage Hospitality. The hotel features over 28,000 square feet of event space and a large fitness center.
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