Lodging Dynamics Hospitality Group Set to Open New 128-Room Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Denver West Federal Center in Lakewood, Colorado

USA, Lakewood, Colorado. January 31, 2019

The 128-room Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Lakewood, Colorado is set to open on Thursday, January 31, 2019. Located at 140 South Union Boulevard, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Denver West Federal Center will operate as a Marriott franchise, developed by DCC who is the managing partner of the ownership entity, LD Lakewood Lodging, LLC and managed by Lodging Dynamics Hospitality Group of Provo, Utah.

Located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and 10 minutes from downtown Denver, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Denver West Federal Center offers guests convenient access to the Denver Federal Center, St. Anthony Hospital and Medical Center, and the RTD Light Rail Station. Whether traveling for business or leisure the hotel is nearby to Red Rocks Amphitheater, Bandimere Speedway, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Coors Brewery and the Denver area sports venues. Rates are seasonal.

 “Delivering both function and comfort, our new design and decor elevate the Fairfield brand, setting a new standard in the moderate tier category,” Janis Milham, senior vice president and global brand leader, Classic Select Brands. “At Fairfield Inn & Suites, we provide an easy, positive and productive travel experience, as well as the promise of consistent and reliable service at an exceptional value. The Fairfield Inn & Suites Denver West Federal Center is a truly stunning example of the brand's contemporary look and feel, and we are pleased to introduce Fairfield Inn & Suites hotels in the Lakewood area.”

 “As a hotel developer, we are careful to select the right brand for the right market. In addition to the area being a gateway to the many recreational activities available in the Rocky Mountains, the Fairfield Inn & Suites is an excellent lodging solution for visitors to the Denver Federal Center, the patrons of St. Anthony Hospital and Medical Center, and the visitors to the many commercial and leisure destinations in this area,” commented Cory Turner, managing partner and co-founder of DCC.

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