Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station
Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station Opens As Vibrant Host And Community Hub
Now open – 233 Rooms
Hilton Garden Inn (HGI) Denver Union Station, located at the intersection of Denver's Union Station, LoDo and Ballpark neighborhoods, opens its doors. The urban hotel, owned by Focus Property Group and operated by Davidson Hotels & Resorts, features 233 spacious and light-filled rooms and suites. A distinctively Denver experience, each offers sweeping views of the city and Coors Field, or the majestic Rocky Mountains.
The hotel's light and bright custom design was conceptualized by Johnson Nathan Strohe (JNS). The industrial chic interiors incorporate nods to the Mile High City, from leather and earth-toned color schemes to mountain-scape patterns, and live-edged wooden tables to exposed concrete structural columns. Complementing the hotel's design is an art collection curated by local firm NINE dot ARTS.
One of the city's earliest firehouses, Hose House No. 1 (Denver Landmark 164) sits on the corner of 20th and Chestnut Streets, and the 12-story hotel was developed with this piece of history in mind. Designed in an intentional L-shape around the landmark in order to preserve it, the formerly dilapidated building was also carefully restored as a restaurant, named Woodie Fisher, after one of Denver's earliest fire foremen. A skylight was incorporated into its design, offering a look up at the hotel, whereas floor-to-ceiling windows on the east side of the hotel, affectionately referred to as the "glass house," provide a glimpse into the restaurant - and a dialogue between old and new.
Location, Meetings & Amenities
HGI Denver Union Station is just steps away from Denver's biggest attractions, including Coors Field, the Lower Highlands, RiNo Arts District and more. Ideal for both business and leisure travelers, the hotel is centrally located near Interstate 25 (I25), and walking distance to RTD Light Rail service at Union Station, allowing guests to easily access the entire Denver-Metro Area and Denver International Airport.
HGI Denver Union Station offers 10,000 square feet of functional meeting and event space, as well as state-of-the art amenities and premium food and beverage service. With more venue space offering natural light than any other facility in downtown Denver, windows in each of the 11 function spaces create an inspired and productive location for any occasion. Each space, including ample outdoor space, is flexible, accommodating groups of all sizes, from exclusive business meetings and work retreats to large-scale galas and weddings.
HGI Denver Union Station offers thoughtful and unique amenities throughout the hotel, catering to a variety of guests' needs, including a 54-foot lap pool, fitness center, business center and coworking space. Pet-friendly, HGI Denver Union Station also warmly welcomes guests' furry friends with the help of Dave, the property's friendly golden retriever ambassador.
Woodie Fisher represents its historic location with a menu that pays homage to its namesake: Bold, fearless and zealous, brought to life by an elevated service experience. Beginning in May, HGI Denver Union Station guests can dine in, as well as enjoy Woodie Fisher through "knock-and-drop" room service for lunch and dinner.
Additionally, Hilton Garden Inn's signature breakfast buffet and made-to-order breakfast items are served within the hotel at Garden Lane Canteen. Pavilion Pantry, a 24/7 market, is available for last-minute needs, snacks and beverages, including beer and wine.