Hotels in Denver, Irvine and Little Elm offer luxurious peace after days of play
These new and renovated properties embrace sustainability and celebrate their natural surroundings. Whether you find yourself in Denver, Colorado, Irvine, California or Little Elm, Texas, you’re certain to have your pick of a variety of outdoor adventures; and you can rest easy knowing your meeting needs and relaxation space have everything you’ll ever need.
Emerging from a multi-million-dollar, property-wide renovation, Westin Denver Downtown debuts 432 redesigned rooms and suites, expanded meeting space, a green living wall, a new grand staircase and more.
When guests enter the hotel, they are immediately greeted by an expansive green living wall. It embodies the property’s commitment to sustainability—and it’s not just for show. The green life on the wall enhances the hotel’s air quality, reducing CO2 and PM2.5 by 21%. As guests continue past the wall, they come across a new grand staircase that leads directly to meeting floors (and while you’re at it, it’s a great photo-op!).
Upon continuing into the guest rooms, visitors will find sleek, modern amenities tied together with a neutral blue color scheme. While relaxing on the Westin Heavenly 2.0 bed, they can enjoy either mountain or city views through sliding glass doors. If a visit to the fitness studio or heated rooftop pool isn’t in the cards, guests can participate in an extensive gear-lending program, or a weekly team-member guided run.
This renovation has added 3,000 additional sq. ft. of lobby-level meeting space to the property’s existing 39,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. Meeting rooms feature wall-to-wall windows and light shades of color for a bright meeting experience.
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Sun and Fun
In the heart of sunny downtown Irvine, Hyatt Regency Irvine recently celebrated its soft opening after a $50 million redesign. Irvine’s largest full-service hotel is conveniently located right by South Coast Plaza and Irvine Spectrum Center. Also close by are Orange County beaches, parks and theme parks, as well as the John Wayne Airport.
516 contemporary guest rooms offer a luxurious stay after a long day of meetings across the property’s 56,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event space.
This renovation brings an additional 14,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event space, adding to the 14,600 sq. ft. ballroom—the largest in the city—as well as a 10,000 sq. ft. event lawn. Other spaces include 18 breakout rooms, a conference theater with tiered seating for 100 guests and a high-tech interactive wall and a 6,000 sq. ft. pavilion. Their state-of-the-art tech includes an advanced rigging system that allows AV to come off the floor and make more space for your event. A massive truss supports visual art integrations.
The hotel intentionally avoids traffic overlap with meeting attendees and leisure guests with a separated pool, marketplace and other communal leisure areas, so privacy for your event is certain.
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At The Elm, A Ramada by Wyndham, guests can take in all the beauty and fun of the lakefront district of Little Elm, Texas. After passing through a decadent lobby, guests can rest in spacious guest rooms. Everything a guest could want is available, including a pool, gym, numerous dining options and even a library.
The hotel is right by Little Elm Park on Lake Lewisville. It’s the perfect location for swimming, exploring nature trails, paddleboarding, beach volleyball and a host of other activities. Cottonwood Creek Marina offers boats, jet skis and wakeboards for rent. Also nearby is Fortunata Winery, National Videogame Museum, Museum of the American Railroad and Hydrous Wake Park.
All of these activities and more make for an enticing meeting destination. The Elm’s 500 sq. ft. of event space and accommodations for up to 40 conference or banquet guests are perfect for a small to mid-size meeting and executive retreat.