Grand Hyatt Denver Opens Downtown Denver's Only Rooftop Jogging Track and Tennis Court
Dubbed the “Skycourt”, this unique fitness facility overlooking the Denver skyline, also includes shuffleboard and fitness stations.
DENVER, December 2012 - Greg Leonard, general manager of the AAA Four Diamond award winning Grand Hyatt Denver, announces the redesign and opening of downtown Denver’s only outdoor rooftop jogging track and tennis court. Dubbed the “Skycourt”, this unique fitness facility overlooking the Denver skyline, also includes shuffleboard and fitness stations. Twelve laps around the jogging track equal one mile.
“A facility such as this is ideal for Denver,” commented Leonard. “The sun shines 300 days a year here and guests really enjoy the milder, crisper temperatures even in the winter months. This will be a year-around facility, closing only when the weather is inclement.”
The Skycourt complements the 516-room hotel perfectly and is one of a long list of updates the hotel is receiving. In July, Grand Hyatt Denver opened the new Pub 17 on Welton Street, offering more than 50 local craft beers and an extensive selection of western slope wines. The fare, all regionally sourced, is designed for pairing and Happy Hour is featured daily.
About Grand Hyatt Denver
Grand Hyatt Denver is ideally located one block from the 16th Street Mall, a pedestrian promenade and in the heart of downtown Denver’s business and financial district. It is walking distance to some of the Mile High City’s best attractions and features 516 spacious accommodations. Each boasts high-speed internet access, well-lit work stations, granite touched baths with over-sized showers, soft leather furnishings and the Hyatt Grand Bed. In addition to the Skycourt, an indoor pool adjoins a 24-hour health club, all of which are free to Hyatt guests. Pub 17 serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and features “Happy Hour” daily. In-room dining is available around the clock. Included in Grand Hyatt Denver’s over 60,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space are three large ballrooms and sixteen meeting rooms as well as the renowned Pinnacle Club by Grand Hyatt. From its lofty perch on the 38th floor of the adjoining office tower, the entire Rocky Mountain front range is clearly visible through floor to ceiling windows. This year, among its other recognitions, Grand Hyatt Denver is the recipient of Smart Meetings Platinum Choice Award as well as both Travelocity and Trip Advisor’s awards of excellence.