Designing for the Evolving Guest Experience

The emergence from the economic downturn has fueled a robust development cycle in Denver and in the state of Colorado. This is an exciting time for the hospitality industry as consumer trends are having an incredible influence on leading edge thinking. In general, people are becoming more discerning with their choices and the impacts of those choices. As a result, consumers are now expecting the hospitality companies they do business with to do the same. A collective shift in consumer values and behavior began several years ago and likely will continue to evolve. The hospitality industry has already started to

Building Dialogue

February 10, 2016

Inverness Hotel a premier addition

Silverwest Hotels LLC’s growing list of hotels now includes a premier property in its own backyard. Silverwest’s multimillion-dollar acquisition of the Inverness Hotel and Conference Center, on behalf of Silverwest Hotel Fund(s) I/IA, represents the Denver-based company’s first asset in the Denver metro area. “To have an anchor asset like the Inverness to add to…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

December 14, 2015

Embassy Suites sets record price per key

CWI 2 acquired the Embassy Suites Denver - Downtown/Convention Center hotel, an institutional-quality, full-service property with 403 suites situated in one of the top five U.S. lodging markets by RevPAR growth. (PRNewsFoto/Carey Watermark Investors 2) The Embassy Suites by Hilton hotel across from the Colorado Convention Center eclipsed Denver’s previous record price per key with…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

November 30, 2015

Positive signs for future of hotel industry

Dave Johnstone Chief investment officer of hospitality, McWhinney, Denver Despite the volatile nature of the oil industry, the national economy has gotten back on track over the past five years, which has resulted in a change in consumer behavior across the country. With a stable economy, consumers are now making more money, which allows them…

Jennifer Hayes

November 29, 2015