Westin Denver International Airport celebrates first anniversary

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The Westin Denver International Airport hotel, located just steps away from the main terminal at Denver International Airport, Colorado, is looking back at some of its biggest achievements as it celebrates a full year of operation. The venue opened on November 19, 2015, and in 12 months has won a number of industry and construction awards, and welcomed more than 131,000 international guests.

The Westin offers 519 rooms and 35 luxury suites, with a 37,500ft² conference center with 15 meeting rooms, two ballrooms and an 82,000ft² open air plaza, connecting the hotel with the airport’s Jeppesen Terminal. Some of the milestones it has achieved in the past year include US$42.4m of estimated total revenue, 48,754 beers and 40,868 glasses of wine sold, and 10,478 vehicles parked by the hotel’s valet team.

Tom Curley, general manager of Westin Denver International Airport, said, “We couldn’t be more thrilled to have met and exceeded our sales goals in nearly every category, from weddings to conferences, for the hotel in its inaugural year. Our hotel offers a meeting and travel experience that is second to none, offering four diamond Westin amenities and world-class conference facilities just steps from the airport.”

Kim Day, CEO of Denver International Airport, added, “In just one year, the Westin has become a sought after destination for business meetings, conferences and relaxation by passengers around the world. From the floor-to-ceiling glass walls to the ballrooms and boardrooms, passengers are experiencing Denver like never before via this new front door to the city. We are grateful to our partners at the Westin for an amazing first year, and we look forward to more successes to come.”

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