November 2013

Snazzy Makeover for Mile High Meeting Space

DENVER

The JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek has announced the wrap of a million-dollar renovation of its Fireside Terrace event space, now poised to be a compelling location for a lavish Denver private event.

The sunlit new Fireside Terrace features two walls of glass doors that open up to a welcoming outdoor space complete with two roaring fire pits, lounge seating and festoon lights. The 2,400-square-foot space features LED chandeliers with multiple color enhancements and can be utilized year-round thanks to both HVAC air conditioning and heat.

The Fireside Terrace can accommodate up to 250 people for wedding ceremonies and receptions, dinner parties, culinary demonstrations and product launches. Guests will savor in the custom event menus created by the JW’s excellent culinary team, who also oversees the hotel’s award-winning Second Home Kitchen + Bar.

The JW Marriott Denver offers more than 8,400 total square feet of meeting and event space, including the 3,150-square-foot Grand Ballroom and the 2,175-square-foot Bluebell Ballroom, both of which can be broken up into three separate spaces.

The JW Marriott Denver features 196 lux guest rooms and suites that blend modern decor with generous space, high-tech amenities and a four-piece marble bathroom. The hotel is home to the Spa at Cherry Creek, a center and the acclaimed Second Home Kitchen + Bar.

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