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Three incredibly unique each provide a distinct experience. These hotels unveil renovations to guest rooms and beyond. Stay in a penthouse at the top of a 500-foot tower in New York City; bring the whole family along to a water park resort in the Pacific Northwest; or take in the spectacular art in the heart of Denver’s cultural scene.
Suites in the Sky
The Ritz-Carlton New York NoMad unveils 16 limited pied-à-terre penthouse residences, “for those who never want to leave.” On the top four floors of the 500-foot tower, guests can take in breathtaking views of New York City. Designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly, the penthouses range from 950 to 1,850 sq. ft. and feature expansive ceilings, wide living spaces, luxurious primary and secondary bathrooms, with rain showers and tubs, and kitchens equipped with premium appliances. Guests can opt in to enjoy a pantry hand-picked by Michelin-starred chef José Andres, who manages the hotel’s outstanding restaurants and bars.
The hotel itself offers over 10,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. This space expands across two floors and a private outdoor terrace. In their free time, guests can nurture their minds and bodies at the 6,800 sq. ft. Ritz-Carlton Spa and Fitness Center. Afterwards, they can enjoy an unforgettable meal at either of the hotel’s two restaurants, Zaytinya and The Bazaar, or socialize over spectacular cocktails at Nubeluz, the hotel’s rooftop bar, 500 feet above the ground.
R&R in the PNW
The Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound, in Grand Mound, Washington, completes a $12-million upgrade to their guest rooms and suites, the first of a $40-million renovation project of the whole resort, being completed in phases. The guest room renovations include new flooring, furniture, mattresses, lighting and drapes in 398 existing guest suites, as well as the addition of 9 brand-new guest suites. New artwork inspired by Great Wolf Lodge’s animated feature film, The Great Wolf Pack, decorates guest rooms and invites a welcoming charm.
The renovation project now turns to the resort’s public spaces. Upcoming renovations include the Cub Paw Pool and whooping Hollow attraction, expected to be completed Summer 2023.
An endlessly popular destination for Pacific Northwest families, featuring a water park, numerous family-friendly attractions and daily events, the Great Wolf Lodge is also an incredible Pacific Northwest meeting destination. Located just by Olympia, Washington, the resort offers 20,214 sq. ft. of versatile meeting space, including 13 breakout rooms.
An Art Haven
Located in Denver’s Golden Triangle Museum District, The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton completes a $3 million property-wide renovation. 165 guest rooms and suites now feature navy, textured carpet accented by colorful bedding, window drapery and furniture. A new national partnership with Soothe provides guests with the opportunity to enjoy spa-quality massages in the comfort of their own guest rooms. The hotel’s 24-hour fitness center now includes Peloton bikes, along with new rubber flooring, wall covering and finishes.
The hotel’s 7,500 sq. ft. of meeting and event space now includes new furniture, carpet, lighting, paint and AV upgrades. Their 3,100-square-foot ballroom can be divided into three sections. More event space includes conference rooms, a boardroom, private dining spaces and an outdoor terrace.
This hotel in the center of Denver’s arts scene features a new and enhanced art collection curated by Dianne Vanderlip, former curator of modern and contemporary art at Denver Art Museum. It displays an eclectic art collection of original art by 20th and 21st century artists from all over the world.