Concord Hospitality Opens TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Downtown Loveland, Colorado

USA, Loveland, Colorado. August 06, 2019

Downtown Loveland's first hotel has announced it is set to open on Wednesday, July 31, 2019. The TownPlace Suites by Marriott, is located at 256 E 2nd Street within The Foundry redevelopment. TownePlace Suites is the premier choice for extended stays, offering both convenience and innovative styles.

The opening announcement was made by the hotel's operator, Concord Hospitality, and ownership, Brinkman and Colmena Group

"With the redevelopment of The Foundry, we saw a great opportunity for this new location in downtown Loveland," said Jay Hardy, Brinkman President. "This area is a destination for both locals and visitors. Our goal is to provide a distinct downtown lodging experience in the middle of all that Loveland has to offer."

TownePlace Suites is known for offering accommodations to make guests feel at home while traveling. The spacious suites feature home-inspired amenities, including fully-equipped kitchens, larger public spaces and purpose-driven home offices. Large HDTV's and plush beds with luxe linens allow guests to comfortably relax. TownePlace Suites also features innovative partnerships with powerful brands like elfa® closets from The Container Store® and Weber® grills, creating unique opportunities to spark interest. The exceptional value of the hotel is paired with laid-back modern designs and simplistic playful details.

The hotel includes 102 rooms as well as an indoor pool, a fitness center and 1,000 square feet of accommodating meeting spaces. Visitors will enjoy a modern lobby with a welcoming fireplace and outdoor patio with awnings and a fire pit. As the only hotel in downtown Loveland, the TownePlace Suites caters to the needs of all travelers, including tourists and business travels. The hotel provides free wireless internet, a business center and pet-friendly accommodations.

"We are really excited to see how our hotel functions here," said Elke Silvey, General Manager of the hotel. "Loveland provides a mix of year-round entertainment, signature festivals and outdoor concerts. We think our hotel will provide a unique opportunity to enhance the cultural experience that residents and visitors already enjoy in this vibrant community."

Guests will be within walking distance to shopping, cuisine, breweries, entertainment and art galleries. They will also enjoy quick access to The Ranch, Budweiser Events Center and the region's top outdoor activities including the Loveland's multiple sculpture parks, Lake Loveland and Boyd Lake State Park, The Devil's Backbone Open Space, Loveland Sports Park, Longs Peak and Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park.

The Foundry offers convenient parking, restaurants, a seven-screen movie theater, a splash pad and a central plaza for community entertainment and events.

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