Westin Denver International Airport Announces Activation of Online Reservations For Stays On and After December 1st, 2015 at Hotel and Conference Center

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Westin Denver International Airport Now Taking Reservations for December 1 and Beyond

We are excited to be offering Starwood’s latest SPG Keyless technology, redefining the traditional hotel experience and allowing guests to get to their hotel rooms quickly after a

The Westin Denver International Airport, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts (NYSE: HOT), announced today that its online reservation system is now open, allowing guests to actively book a stay at the hotel and conference center on and after December 1st, 2015. The hotel also revealed that it will offer SPG Keyless technology, the hospitality industry’s first mobile, keyless entry system, introduced in November by Starwood Preferred Guest® (SPG®), the award-winning loyalty program. Guests can check-in right from their devices, head straight to their rooms, bypassing the front desk, and unlock their doors right from the SPG app.

Opening November 19th, 2015, the 433,000 square foot hotel is now taking reservations for its 519 guest rooms, including 35 suites. Located perpendicular to Jeppesen Terminal, The Westin Denver International Airport will serve as a relaxing and modern escape for both business and leisure travelers at Denver International Airport, the fifth busiest airport in the United States. With wall-to-wall windows in every one of its guest rooms and suites, The Westin Denver International Airport provides expansive views of Denver’s signature Rocky Mountains, Colorado’s High Plains and the airport itself. Each room offers revitalizing comfort with Westin’s signature Heavenly® Bed and Heavenly® Bath amenities, including the Heavenly® Shower. The hotel also offers an impressive top-floor pool and WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio, located in the “saddle” of the building.

“We are thrilled to have reached this milestone, and to be inching closer and closer to our opening day,” said Tom Curley, general manager for The Westin Denver International Airport. “Constantly seeking to fulfill our brand promise For A Better You, we are equally as excited to be offering Starwood’s latest SPG Keyless technology, redefining the traditional hotel experience and allowing guests to get to their hotel rooms quickly after a day of long travel.”

In November 2014, Starwood redefined hotel check-in with the introduction of SPG Keyless. Starwood partnered with ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, to develop an all-new Bluetooth-enabled lock and keyless software, designed to securely recognize and connect with a guest’s mobile device or Apple Watch. With SPG Keyless, guests no longer have to visit the front desk. SPG members can simply check-in on the SPG app to receive their room number and a virtual key, and upon arrival walk directly to their room and use their mobile phone or Apple Watch as a key. SPG Keyless is currently available for over 30,000 doors across nearly 150 Aloft, Element and W properties worldwide.

The Westin Denver International Airport features a 37,000 square foot above-ground conference center, which includes a grand ballroom, junior ballroom and 15 additional meeting/board rooms. The meeting space also boasts an almost 10,000 square foot pre-function area that showcases a panoramic three-story floor-to-ceiling glass wall approximately 100 ft. wide, providing a unique, light and airy meeting space.

For more information on The Westin Denver International Airport and to book your stay, please visit: http://www.westindenverairport.com.

ABOUT THE ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN:
The architectural innovation of the Westin Denver International Airport hotel is demonstrated in its design objective to create an enticing destination for travelers with amenities that provide the 21st century passenger with what he or she is looking for in the travel experience. Expanding an imagery of flight and aviation, the lustrous form resembles a bird with extended wings hovering above the public plaza, accentuating the famous tents of the Jeppesen Terminal. In addition to the hotel and conference center, there will be an 82,000 square foot open air public plaza that will become Denver’s newest venue for entertainment and relaxation and will create a community connection between the airport and downtown Denver through special event programming by Denver Arts and Venues.

ABOUT DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
Denver International Airport is the 15th-busiest airport in the world and the fifth-busiest airport in the United States. With more than 53 million passengers traveling through the airport each year, DIA is one of the busiest airline hubs in the world’s largest aviation market. DIA is the primary economic engine for the state of Colorado, generating more than $26 billion for the region annually. For more information visit, check us out on YouTube, Pinterest, and Instagram, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

ABOUT WESTIN HOTELS & RESORTS:

Westin Hotels & Resorts, a leader in wellness and hospitality for more than a decade, lives its philosophy “For a Better You™” through the Westin Well-being Movement’s six pillars: Feel Well, Work Well, Move Well, Eat Well, Sleep Well and Play Well. At more than 200 hotels and resorts in nearly 40 countries and territories, guests can experience offerings that include the iconic Heavenly® Bed, RunWESTIN™ and Westin Gear Lending with New Balance®, delicious and nutritious SuperFoodsRx™, the innovative workspace Tangent, Westin Weekend signature experiences, and Heavenly Bath and Heavenly Spa. Westin is proud to offer Starwood Preferred Guest®, the industry’s leading loyalty program. To learn more, visit http://www.starwoodhotels.com/westin. Stay connected to Westin: @westin on Twitter and Instagram and facebook.com/Westin.

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