The new Woolley’s Classic Suites, Denver Airport, will open to guests on May 22, 2014. The Aurora Woolley’s Classic Suites is the first in what will become a collection of all-suite hotels set to open across the country. As the first and only, four-star caliber hotel in Aurora, Woolley’s Classic Suites will feature 191 guest rooms and the only option for upscale, gourmet dining in the area – Jardin restaurant.
The mission of Woolley’s Classic Suites is to provide a true hospitality destination, and to transport guests to a welcoming environment where they will be treated to pampering service and luxuriously affordable accommodations. Upon entering, guests are whisked into the property’s inner sanctuary, highlighted by a lush central atrium, complete with year-round “outdoor” patio dining and water feature allowing guests to wander and relax in a setting reminiscent of the European classic hotels where the standards where first established, then refined.
Woolley’s Classic Suites will feature 187 luxuriously appointed, oversized master guestroom suites that range from 525 to 580 square-feet in addition to four 1,150 square-foot executive VIP suites. Bathrooms in every guest room feature marble raised bathtubs, floor-to-ceiling glass enclosed showers and double vanities in granite and marble.
The Woolley’s Classic Suites provides a premier destination with modern, business-conducive amenities as well, with 9,000 square-feet of flexible meeting space, a 24-hour complimentary business center, complimentary high-speed internet (wired and wireless), free airport transportation with dedicated shuttles and Colorado’s only Hertz Rent-a-Car self service kiosk with 24/7 vehicle availability.
Additional luxury amenities include complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast, an indoor saline pool, refrigerators and microwaves in all guest rooms, free parking, complimentary daily manager’s reception, guest laundry facilities and a state of the art fitness center.
Jardin is a full-service gourmet restaurant and lounge overseen by sommelier Jess Briley with a rotating continental menu designed and developed by talented chef, Daniel Rios.