Westin Hotel at Denver International Airport, Denver, CO

Year Completed:

Denver International Airport Authority/City of Denver

750,000 square feet – 15,000 square feet of food service space

Overall Budget:
$500 Million

Total Foodservice Equipment Budget:
$3 Million

Numbers Served:
2000 meals per day – including guests, banqueting and staff

Gensler (Denver, Colorado), Anderson Mason Dale Architects (Denver, Colorado), Iron Horse Architects (Denver, Colorado)

SA Miro and ME Engineers (Lakewood, Colorado)


The Westin at Denver International Airport (DIA) is a new world-class 500-room airport terminal hotel. William Caruso & Associates was chosen as the food service and laundry consultant for this prominent and complex project consisting of all Westin hotel amenities, a public transit center to accommodate a train line from downtown, and a public plaza for community programming and events. DIA is the 10th busiest airport in the world generating over $22 billion annually for the region. The Westin Hotel will provide additional revenue to this base and an asset to the traveling guest.

The food service elements consist of a lobby lounge, 24/7 restaurant, 24/7 room service, ballrooms and meeting rooms, pool deck and mobile thematic service elements.