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Denver Marriott West Renovates On-Site Restaurant And Bar

Hotel in Golden, CO, will complete remodel of Copper Creek on April 3, 2014

GOLDEN, Colo., April 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Denver Marriott West is taking advantage of a golden opportunity to welcome guests with even more gusto by undergoing a $1 million renovation that will bring the beauty of its surroundings indoors.

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Guests of the hotel in Golden, CO, will experience warm, natural refinement in all public spaces including the Copper Creek bar and restaurant. The casual American eatery will undergo a complete transformation to provide a luxurious yet inviting, contemporary and comfortable feel while diners enjoy custom cocktails and savor delectable menu items.

Other areas of the Golden, CO, hotel already have been reimagined to create dynamic spaces to meet, mingle and socialize.

The hotel boasts 12,300 square feet of flexible event space. The largest venue, the Golden Ballroom, offers 6,143 square feet of space. State-of-the-art technologies and high-speed Internet access in all meeting spaces make conventions, conferences and board meetings productive and successful at the Golden, CO, hotel.

Casual conversations and get-togethers can be more memorable than ever with the hotel's new tech-enabled Greatroom with a sophisticated Colorado vibe. Flexible spaces in the newly renovated Greatroom offer guests the option to work, play and relax in style.

As one of the premier hotels in Golden, CO, the Denver Marriott West boasts guest rooms that include one king or two double beds topped with down comforters, custom duvets, cotton-rich linens and plenty of fluffy pillows. Travelers will enjoy in-room coffeemakers, irons and ironing boards and high speed Internet access.

While staying at the Denver Marriott West, visitors have convenient access to a number of local activities. Catch a concert by some of today's hottest artists at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, the only naturally occurring amphitheater in the world. In addition to being one of the premier places to see a concert, this unique atmosphere, where the Great Plains meet the Rocky Mountains, allows vacationers to see geological wonders and spectacular sights. Other exciting and unique places to visit in the area include Coors Brewery, Belmar, downtown Denver, Colorado Mills Mall, Coors Field, the Denver Zoo and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

About the Denver Marriott West

The Denver Marriott West at 1717 Denver West Blvd. in Golden, CO, is near Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Coors Brewery, Belmar, downtown Denver, Colorado Mills Mall, Coors Field, the Denver Zoo and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. With 303 rooms and two suites, the hotel also features 15 meeting rooms with 10,300 square feet of flexible event space, two concierge levels, one restaurant, Starbucks, indoor and seasonal outdoor pools and a fitness center with cardio equipment and free weights. For information, visit www.marriott.com/DENWE or call 1-303-279-9100. Add the hotel to a circle on Google Plus.

Media Contact: Christy Caporale, Denver Marriott West, 1-949-471-8483, [email protected]

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