The 12-story Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station at 1999 Chestnut Place is now welcoming Denver’s first-time and returning travelers to stay for a one-of-a-kind experience in the LoDo/Central Platte Valley area.
The historic Hose Company No. One building, an extensive adaptive re-use undertaking to rehabilitate the oldest firehouse in Denver, will soon be home to the upscale neighborhood bar and restaurant, Woodie Fisher. Slated to open mid-May, the restaurant was named for a man who would have been the city’s first fire chief. Sadly, he sacrificed his life to stop a runaway horse-drawn cart from running over a group of children.
The hotel’s exterior design incorporates natural materials comprised of stucco and cedar accents. Inside, the industrial chic lobby imbues earth tones and wooden floors, leading to the hotel’s defining all-glass curtain wall, installed to give guests sweeping city skyline and mountain views. Each of the 233 rooms also boast stunning views of the city and the iconic Rockies baseball stadium.
The hotel brings needed upscale, yet affordable hotel accommodations to the area. The hotel offers 10,000 square feet of meeting space on its second floor, including a main ballroom with 18-foot-high ceilings and windows that stretch from floor to wall.