Seach over 3,000 Elite Certified Hotels - The commission-free seach and RFP engine
Gold Certified

Hilton Denver Inverness

Hotel Contact:
200 Inverness Drive West
Englewood, Colorado 80112
United States
Elite Rating
Planner Rating: 4.4
Chain Hilton
Guest Rooms 302
Kings/Suites/Doubles 199 / 11 / 84
Room Rates High $159-209 Low $119-159
High Season High Season Low Season Low Season Shoulder Season Shoulder Season
Ideal Group Size 200-250


Resort Fee $9.99
Room Tax NA
Sales Tax 4.35%

view in meters
Meeting Space

Largest Meeting Room 5,400ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 60,000ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 60,000ft²

Airport Proximity

Centennial Airport
5 min 1 miles (2 km)
Denver International Airport
30 min 30 miles (48 km)


Business Center
Audio/Video Capabilities


Outdoor Pool
Indoor pool
Fitness center


Park Meadows Retail Resort
Red Rocks Amphitheater
Coors Field
Invesco Field at Mile High
and the vast range of other visitor attractions in and around greater Denver.
Onsite Dining: Capacity
Elevate Coffee Bar
The Fireside Bar & Grill
The Garden Terrace
The Golf Grille
The Spotted Dog

F&B Averages:

Breakfast Buffet $28 - 36 Cont. $19 - 25
Lunch Buffet $34 - 39 Plated $28 - 39
Dinner Buffet $46-72 Plated $43 - 85
Coffee Break $8.50
2-Hour Open Bar $24 - 36
Elite Overview Planner Ratings & Reviews
Elite Rating Average Planner Rating
This property has been certified Elite Gold and meets at least 15 of Elite Meetings Criteria.
This endorsement is an independent unbiased determination granted only to the hotels meeting the standards set by the Elite Meetings Advisory Board. Elite endorsement is never sold or licensed.
3 reviews
Arrival Experience:
Food & Beverage:
Guest Service Experience:
Conference Services Staff:
Meeting and Function Facilities:
Activity or Recreation Options:
Planner-to-Planner Recommendation:
sort & print
view in meters
Capacity Charts
Room Name Total Square Meters Room Size(meters) Ceiling Height (meters) Total Square Feet Room Size (feet) Ceiling Height (feet) Classroom Theater Banquet 10 Reception Conference U-Shape H-Square 10 x 10s
Arapahoe 41 6x6.9 3 460 20x23 10 18 30 30 45 0 9 18 N/A
Arapahoe Inverness 82 6x13.8 3 920 20x46 10 40 66 60 45 0 24 30 N/A
Aspen Room 143 12.3x11.7 2 1,599 41x39 8 60 100 100 150 0 30 40 N/A
AUDITORIUM 01 450 12x24.6 7 5,002 61x82 22 260 400 320 0 50 72 88 N/A
View Complete Chart
Property News
20/20 Vision Goes Back to See the Future at The Inverness
Posted May 8, 2009
CEO and Founder of Scanticon, Jrgen Roed Launched the Flagship of Modern Conference Design in 1989

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - If 20/20 hindsight provides the wisdom to see what could have been, what is it called when looking back 20 years actually provides a glimpse into modern day? To meeting planners and event coordinators, that revolutionary perspective is The Inverness Hotel and Conference Center, which was ingeniously designed by CEO and Founder Jrgen Roed 20 years ago. The hotel was the first property in south Denver to offer upscale accommodations and advanced conference facilities, unleashing an entirely new design concept for meetings. Twenty years later, it continues to exceed the ambitious industry standards it helped set two decades ago.

In designing the hotel, Roed elevated design's Golden Rule mantra of "form follows function" to previously unseen heights. He began with the unique concept of purpose-built learning environments fashioned after 10 years of scientific research findings on adult learning patterns. From here, he seamlessly integrated advanced technologies, such as fiber optics deployed underground, and learning enhancements, such as calming color palettes and plenty of natural light, with the simple style of Scandinavian design, which emphasises beautiful functionality. This idea is evidenced when entering the lobby, by the way the property intersects public areas with the distinct hallways or wings dedicated to a specific purpose - meetings, dining, recreation and lodging.

Many of today's standard meeting requirements, such as A/V equipment, remote controlled ambient features, including lighting, automatic drapes, live video simulcast, and a myriad of other sophisticated features, didn't commonly exist until Roed included them in the design of what is now The Inverness Hotel and Conference Center. Perhaps one of the most astounding features that speak volumes about Roed's foresight into future technical needs is the amazing fiber-optic infrastructure that he collaborated with BetaWest, a subsidiary of US West, to integrate into the hotel's design. Hundreds of feet of cable interconnect the hotel and support wired and wireless Internet connections throughout all meeting rooms, common areas and guestrooms. Revolutionary for its time, today, this ingenious 20-year old telecommunications infrastructure still outperforms modern day hotel and conference centers and leaves room for growth with the hotel tapping only a portion of its dedicated bandwidth capacity.

Other design elements of distinction include:

 Advanced Business Center, located in the heart of the meeting conference wing, provides on-demand technical support and easy access to business services

 Special attention to finer in-room details such as the ledge on the push-pin board is angled at 90 degrees for optimal display and viewing; the white board ledge is angled at 35 degrees to place a pen effortlessly or easily roll it into the palm of the hand

 Innovative seating arrangement layouts to balance personal workspace, social interaction and learning

 Floor-to-ceiling windows in each conference room to help attendees take a visual mental break and refocus

 All-inclusive 302 guestroom resort provides a balanced work/play approach with a PGA golf course; a full-service spa; five dining venues, and more than 60,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor meeting space

The physical design is only one component of the hotel's commitment to assisting planners create a successful meeting. The hotel offers value-focused Conference Meeting Packages (CMP) that bundle services and food and beverage to maximize budget. Each CMP boasts a continuous light F&B break and breakfast, a three-hour lunch or dinner window that allows attendees to eat at their pace with minimal interruption. As the only AAA Four Diamond, IAAC certified hotel in the greater Denver area, Scanticon now known as The Inverness Hotel and Conference Center not only helped shape the meetings industry into what it is today, but it also contributed to history-in-the-making by serving as the venue of choice for key presidential and dignitary gatherings and influential business announcements such as:

 Former President Bill Clinton campaign fundraiser
 Former President George H. W. Bush campaign visit
 The Dalai Lama of Tibet
 President George W. Bush campaign visits and fundraising lunch for Bob Beauprez
 Senator John Kerry presidential rehearsal debate
 Bishop Desmond Tutu
 Jose Ramos-Horta, Prime Minster of East Timor
 Oscar Arias, President of Costa Rica
 Eight Nobel Peace Laureates attending the 2006 PeaceJam
 HRH Lt. General Prince Feisal Al Hussein Al Hashemi, JAF
 Mercedes and Chrysler merger
 Denver Broncos' Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway retirement

To commemorate the hotel's distinguished place in the meetings industry, the hotel is offering anniversary-inspired discounts valid Jan. 1 - December 31, 2009. Please refer to promo code: 20/20 CMP.

20/20 Anniversary Packages
 Book a meeting of any size and receive a 20 percent discount off regular CMP rates

 Book 20 guestrooms and receive the 21st room free of charge for the duration of the meeting

To learn more about The Inverness Hotel and Conference Center, please call (800) 832-9053 or visit [url][/url].
The Inverness Hotel Completes $9 Million Renovation and Adds New Spa
Posted November 26, 2007
New Spa delivers a destination spa experience in a convenient urban locale.

Twenty-five minutes. A small sliver of time to part from the BlackBerry, work routine or business meeting to enjoy some "me time." That is the premise behind the new express services available at The Spa at The Inverness Hotel, a Destination Hotels & Resorts property. The newly constructed 4,500-square-foot spa is the centerpiece and final phase of the hotel's 15-month, $9 million renovation effort. Styled in contemporary elegance, each component of this makeover, including guestrooms, restaurants conference facilities and the new spa, update the hotel's image to reflect a more modern and upscale Colorado lifestyle. The addition of the spa diversifies the hotel's suite of services and strengthens its position as the premiere hotel for both business and leisure gatherings.

Sparkling new, the spa features six individual treatment rooms and a couple's suite for various soothing massages, soaks, facials, wraps, scrubs and signature body treatments. The express spa treatments are all 25 minutes and guests that select from this menu will enjoy preferred seating at all five of the hotel's restaurants or the opportunity to pre-order a meal to go for an additional cost. Added amenities include a relaxation suite, men's and women's locker rooms, a private outdoor hot tub and fireplace, as well as entree to the hotel's various facilities such as pool, fitness center, tennis courts, outdoor garden and boutique shops. The express service line complements the Spa's full-service menu and is available regular spa hours (8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.). Although advance reservations are recommended, drop-in guests are welcome based on availability.

"We all go the extra mile each day, whether it's at work, at home with the kids or on a business trip; but more often than not, we don't reward ourselves for that extra effort," said Katie Pederson, spa director at The Inverness Hotel. "Our express services aim to rectify that life imbalance and offer the overburdened multitudes a convenient urban retreat to achieve physical renewal, inner balance and an escape for just a little while."

With the opening of The Spa, The Inverness Hotel's renovation efforts are complete. All 302 guestrooms and suites were appointed with a luxurious bedding package, contemporary lighting and dcor and new window treatments to reflect an upscale yet comfortable Colorado lifestyle. Denver dining icon The Swan, was transformed with tremendous success into Baca, a casually upscale dinner locale serving authentic Colorado cuisine with a Spanish flair. The Inverness remade its casual dining experience into The Spotted Dog, an English Pub-themed eatery that emphasizes social interaction with a variety of traditional pub games and activities. Conference facilities were also improved with upgraded audiovisual equipment, more than 900 new ergonomic Herman Miller Aeron chairs, as well as new carpet and upgraded tackable wall surfaces.