Westin Hotel at Denver International Airport, Denver, CO

Year Completed:
2015

Client:
Denver International Airport Authority/City of Denver

Size:
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

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

Engineers:
SA Miro and ME Engineers (Lakewood, Colorado)

Features:

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.