Embassy Suites Colorado Springs Completes Renovation

 
 

Small Market Meetings
Published July 06, 2017

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado — Embassy Suites by Hilton Colorado Springs has completed its multimillion-dollar renovation under the management of Spire Hospitality. The transformation includes modernized design updates to all 206 guest suites, the in-house restaurant and bar, the atrium and other public areas.

Featuring 7,000 square feet of newly remodeled, flexible meeting space, the hotel offers inventive setup options, advanced audiovisual equipment, and high-speed Wi-Fi internet access. The event spaces include large meeting rooms, a boardroom, conference space and a ballroom. The hotel’s staff offers personalized event planning and customized catering selections.

“The reimagined Embassy Suites by Hilton Colorado Springs debuts as a modern-day retreat in an ideal location for travelers,” said general manager Jeff Zelkin. “The renovated hotel offers a unique combination of the rugged outdoors, with breathtaking views of Pikes Peak and sleek sophistication featured in the beautifully updated atrium and guest rooms, creating an aesthetically pleasing and ergonomically minded space that fosters relaxation and comfort for travelers.”

The two-room-suite accommodations include a private guest room and separate living area with a sectional chaise lounge and a queen-size sofa sleeper; modern comforts include two flat-screen high-definition TVs, a refrigerator, a coffeemaker, a microwave and a selection of gourmet coffee and tea from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.

The in-house restaurant and bar, 14ers, offers local dishes and signature cocktails. In the atrium, free made-to-order breakfast and a complimentary evening reception featuring alcoholic beverages and light snacks are offered for all guests.

The hotel is near several Colorado Springs attractions, including Pikes Peak, the U.S.Air Force Academy and the U.S. Olympic Training Center. It is less than 15 miles from Colorado Springs Municipal Airport.