Sage Hospitality Announces The Crawford Hotel at Denver’s Union Station

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  • Named after urban preservationist and Union Station partner Dana Crawford, the hotel will be located on the upper floors of the north and south wings of the station when the building opens in summer 2014. 

    POSTED November 20, 2013

Sage Hospitality, along with its partners in Denver’s Union Station, announced the name for the 112-room hotel within Denver’s Historic Union Station as The Crawford Hotel. Named after urban preservationist and Union Station partner Dana Crawford, the hotel will be located on the upper floors of the north and south wings of the station when the building opens in summer 2014. Local Denver companies redeveloping the building with Sage include Larimer Associates, McWhinney, REGen, LLC and Urban Neighborhoods.

"Dana Crawford deserves this honor," said Walter Isenberg, CEO and president of Sage Hospitality. "She started historic redevelopment before it was popular, she’s had her hand in so many great Denver restorations, including Larimer Square, The Oxford Hotel and now Union Station."

Located in the heart of the LoDo District, The Crawford Hotel’s 112 guest rooms will reflect different eras of the building’s history. The overall hotel design was created by JG Johnson Architects and Tryba Architects. The property will feature art specifically curated from local Colorado artists by Denver company NINE dot ARTS as part of the project’s local art program. The redevelopment project will protect the distinctive architecture of the 100-year-old structure.

The hotel will offer three different types of rooms. The Pullman rooms on the second level are a modern take on private sleeping cars of train travel. The Classic guestrooms on the third floor are inspired by the building’s Victorian era beginning and the Loft rooms reflect a downtown Denver loft with exposed wood timbers and vaulted ceilings.

The Crawford Hotel will feature major Colorado-based restaurants on the first floor. The Crawford’s room service will be provided by all restaurants within the building, including The Kitchen Next Door, Snooze an a.m. Eatery, and a new concept by Fruition creator, Alex Seidel.

Union Station’s Great Hall will serve as the hotel’s main entrance and lobby. Guests will be able to check-in via their mobile phones in advance to access the hotel’s concierge.

"We are excited to share Denver’s Union Station with The Crawford Hotel and all of the exciting restaurant and retail options inside," said Phil Washington, general manager of RTD. "It is a fantastic offering for those traveling with RTD to have so much available to them as they arrive in Denver."

As part of the partnership between The Crawford Hotel and The Oxford Hotel, located one block from Union Station, amenities at The Oxford Club, Spa and Salon will be available to all guests. The station will also offer a fitness center and 3,000 square feet of downtown meeting space.

The roughly 125,000 square-foot redevelopment of Denver Union Station will provide local and national train and bus services. The RTD rail lines and buses will connect downtown and its surrounding communities as well as provide a direct railway from Union Station to Denver International Airport in 2016.

Reno Tahoe, a four-season resort destination, is seeking to expand its appeal as an international travel destination.

“Reno Tahoe has seen an upswing in visitation in recent years, and we want to build on that momentum,” said Phil DeLone, RSCVA president and CEO.

A recent partnership between RSCVA and PHG has enabled Reno Tahoe to better market itself to international audiences. 


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