Set against the backdrop of the picturesque Rocky Mountains, Hilton Denver Inverness offers newly-renovated guest rooms complete with modern furnishings, while the beautiful suites feature club-level amenities, sunken living rooms, private balconies and waterfront views. Guests also have access to one of the only semi-private golf courses in the Denver area.
The J. Press Maxwell PGA Championship Course features a beautiful, but challenging, 18-hole course complete with scenic views of the Rocky Mountains, casual water features and lush vistas. For the golf enthusiast where bringing your clubs is a must, this coveted course also boasts rolling hills, deep bunkers and a fully equipped Pro shop.
The resort-like property is conveniently located just off I-25, five miles from the Denver Tech Center (DTC). For those who may have flown into DIA, there is a free shuttle service for trips within four miles of the hotel. Closer to home base, Centennial Airport is around the corner for private in-and-out air travel.
So, if you’re looking for an optimal place to stay and play, you simply can’t go wrong. That’s why we wanted to check it out—especially since it’s only a stone’s throw away from the Denver Life Magazine office on Inverness. The property is perfect to connect and unwind with its tranquil spa, a relaxation suite, private hot tub and fire-lit patio, indoor and outdoor pools, relaxing green spaces and walking path, tennis courts, fitness center and of course a business center. And, did I mention it’s ideal for special events, conferences and you can bring your pet?
Eat & Drink
Hilton Denver Inverness offers four onsite dining options, including the Fireside Bar & Grill, Elevate Coffee Bar, the lively Breckenridge Brewery Ale & Game House and the award-winning Garden Terrace, known for its Champagne Sunday Brunch with more than 100 weekly offerings. “The most popular dishes on the menu are the Prime Rib, Chilled Shellfish, Sushi and Poke, as well as the Chef’s Daily Small Plate,” says Executive Chef Daniel Sturm. From celebrating engagements, anniversaries, retirements and even everyday gatherings, visitors have been making Sunday Brunch a part of their memories for more than two decades.
If you’re looking for somewhere to quench your thirst, grab a bite, play some corn hole and hang with friends, check out Pindustry. Featuring handmade cocktails, craft beer, wood-fired pizzas and music—you’ll want to experience all the games, lanes and jams this place has to offer. Check online for upcoming performances from local artists and those traveling through.
Stanley Pappas Cigar
Stanley Pappas Fine Cigar shop is only a short drive away. There are two locations— one on E. Quincy Ave. and another in the Denver Tech Center. Stanley’s boasts over 1,000 cigars from around the world and an 1,800 square foot lounge with leather coaches, chairs and flat screen TVs. Enjoy private lockers/humidors and a large patio or book for private parties.