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A pop of pop culture downtown: Curtis Hotel gets a $7 million renovation

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Including a lobby expansion and renovation of 336 guest rooms, the $7 million overhaul includes hyper-themed suites and two new one-bedroom suites that are styled in KISS and Spice Girls-inspired décor. Located in downtown Denver, this refresh to one of the most unique hotels the city only furthers its prestigious standing in the lodging community.

The Curtis is home to 13th floors of themed accommodations. Now with “hyper-themed” suites on the 8th, 13th, 15th and 16th floors, guests can enjoy a Star Trek Enterprise Suite on the 8th Sci-Fi Floor, Ghostbusters Suite on the “Dun Dun Dunnnnn!” floor, Jimmy Buffet Room on the 15th floor, and Talladega Nights Suite on the 16th floor. From futuristic flooring in the Star Trek Suite to “Slimer” floor tiles in the Ghostbuster Suite and over-the-top NASCAR trinkets in Talladega Nights, guests are in for a treat in any of the new hyper-themed suites. Fan-favorites can still be found throughout the hotel, from the snarky sayings on the bathroom walls to post-it notes on mirrors with special offers within the hotel.

Custom artwork, carpeting, drapery, and bedding pepper the entire property, with nostalgic décor throughout. Whether staying in a hyper-themed room or one of the two new 800 sf KISS or Spice Grils Suites with rockstar furniture and art, the charming rooms at The Curtis will be sure to delight.

"We really wanted to let the hotel’s funky personality shine through even brighter with this renovation," said Curtis “Leading Lady” JoAnn Elston. "Our new lobby features a lot more seating and is a much more relaxing place for guests to gather.”

Make sure to read a review of the Curtis Hotel and make your reservations today for this fantastic newly renovated hotel in the heart of the Mile High City. Located steps from 16th St Mall, DCPA, and several Denver attractions, The Curtis is a perfect stay for young and old alike.

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