Black Meetings and Tourism

May/June 2014

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Ed Bucholtz, general manager of Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, announces the completion of a $23 million redesign of all of its 1,100 accommodations. The rich, new color palate reminds guests of the indigenous pine trees and landscapes that capture the essence of Colorado and elevate the spirit. The contemporary elements seen throughout this mod- ern hotel are carried in these guest rooms, wit h clean lines and sparkling, granite-touched baths. Soft, white linens piled atop the Hyatt Grand Bed deliver comfort. Efficient workstations make conducting business on the road com- fortable and the LCD Smart 46 inch television found in every room completes the picture. Upgraded Wi-Fi with increased bandwidth adds speed to access, placing the convenience of the most up-to-date technology at the guest 's fingertips. Hyatt Regency Denver offers 60,600 sq. ft. of versa- tile meeting and event space including two large ballrooms that can seat a total of up to 3,400 people theater style. Guests also enjoy the signature 27th floor Peaks Lounge overlooking the Mile High City and nearby Rocky Mountains. Altitude Restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, features an inviting open-kitchen and outdoor patio. In the lobby, guests find Strata Bar and the convenience of Perks Coffee and More which is open 24 hours a day. A 6,700-sq. ft. health club that overlooks downtown Denver, complete with lap pool, outdoor sundeck and whirlpool, is further enhanced by Spa Universaire. One of the region's largest hotels, the 4-diamond award-winning Hyatt Regency Denver is ideally located adjacent to Colorado Convention Center, one short block from the renowned 16th Street Mall and is in the midst of Denver's theatre and entertainment district. For more information on Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, visit or call the hotel sales department at (303) 486-4400. With décor inspired by a traditional Vermont farm- house, the Hilton Burlington's new Executive Lounge features three distinct areas including a dining buffet area, a salon lounge and a computer work sec- tion. The Executive Lounge's color palette is warm and natural, inspired by the New England autumn. The fur- niture is custom-designed, showcasing fabric sofas with leather inserts. The centerpiece of the salon is an over- sized farmhouse fireplace with a mantle of Vermont slate and white panel millwork above the hearth. All light fixtures are custom designed by the local artisans at Hubbardton Forge. Executives have access to sev- eral computer stations or can set up at an elegant float- ing counter wired for connectivity and Wi-Fi. The Executive Lounge offers a daily complimenta- ry American breakfast, a wide selection of fresh fruit, nuts and dry snacks throughout the day and a nightly "manager's reception," which encourages business networking and features hot and cold appetizers. Beer, wine and cocktails are available for purchase. The new Executive Lounge will be open to Hilton HHonorsTM Gold and Diamond members. For more information or to make reservations, visit www.burlington.- or call (802) 658.6500. B M & T ••• May/June 2014 ••• 11 HYATT REGENCY DENVER AT COLORADO CONVENTION CENTER COMPLETES THE REDESIGN OF ALL 1,100 ACCOMMODATIONS HILTON BURLINGTON UNVEILS HONORS™ EXECUTIVE LOUNGE AS PART OF MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR RENOVATION PROJECT

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