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JW Marriott a Contemporary Stay in Denver's Cherry Creek

May. 23rd, 2011 | Comments 1 | Make a Comment   
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In the tree-lined streets of the desirable Cherry Creek North neighborhood is the JW Marriott Hotel. With art galleries, first-rate shopping and fine dining all within strolling distance, Cherry Creek is one of the premier areas of Denver and coveted by visitor and local alike.

Dining options are not only found near the hotel, but also adjoining the lobby where Chef Jeff Bolton entices and delights with his scrumptious menu at Second Home restaurant. Fun filled special occasions pepper the restaurants schedule, including a family friendly "Pajama Brunch" every Sunday from 6:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., allowing for children under the age of eight to enjoy games and breakfast while mom and dad read a newspaper and sip morning cocktails made at the DIY Bloody Mary bar or bottomless mimosas.

Second Home offers wonderful food as well as a cozy lounge space, including an outdoor firepit, for guests and locals alike to enjoy the atmosphere and superior food and drink. Room service is available 24 hours and is prepared through the Second Home kitchen.

The charm of Cherry Creek North is also reflected in the staff at the JW Marriott. Friendly and warm, service exceeds expectations. Guestrooms total 196, five of them being suites, this 11-story hotel offers sweeping views of the mountains and the city skyline. Guestrooms include high speed Internet, large bathrooms which have both a tub and shower, iPod docking stations, DVD players with the flat screen TVs, and slippers for those colder mornings or evenings. Concierge-level rooms include a lounge, breakfast, appetizers and cocktails as well. Suites incorporate his-and-her closets, sleigh beds and larger-than-life windows.

Recently undergoing $5 million in upgrades, this award-winning hotel is sparkling with its new enhancements. Over 700 works by Colorado artists now join the 196 redesigned luxury guestrooms by David Ashen. Taking aspects from the Craftsman style found throughout Denver, Ashen has created an updated Denver Bungalow feel to the rooms.

"We tried to capture the urban sophistication of Cherry Creek while also playing up the unique relationship that Denver has with the outdoors," said Ashen. "I think we created a really calming and polished environment."

Art Advisor Paige Powell is a former associate publisher of Andy Warhol's Interview magazine and acted as curator for JW Marriott's new art collection. Mixed media, photography, paintings and sculptures now adorn the beautiful property's numerous lounges, hallways and updated rooms with the works of Coloradan artists.

Want a complete Travel Quote including airfare, special hotel rates and FREE upgrades? Contact our Travel Specialist today! LED lighting, temperature controlled rooms, minimized gas consumption, and recycling also add to the charm and Earth-friendliness of the hotel. The updated lobby is home to a fireplace and several beautiful
glass pieces, contributing to the chic and elegant ambiance.

The Spa at the JW Marriott is home to 13 private rooms, one of which is for couples' massages. For guests weary from all the magnificent shopping in the area, a complimentary foot soak can be enjoyed in front of the fireplace while waiting for any of the spa services. A full-service salon is also available and large groups can receive discounts when booked in advance, a bride's dream come true.

JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek
150 Clayton Lane
Denver, Colorado 80206
303.316.2700
marriott.com

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Kailyn commented on May 26, 2011

I love the neignhbor hood and the view... Its sort of Urban-rustic chic. I like it.

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