Having been dubbed as Denver’s premier member-owned private club, the Denver Athletic Club has consistently ranked within Platinum Clubs of America’s top ten athletic clubs since it was established in 1884. The place boasts over 300,000 sq. feet in state of the art fitness equipment and facilities, dining services, and social events.
The Denver Athletic Club boasts 12 meetings rooms that can hold up to 500 people. This also includes the Grand Ballroom, where guests will see Denver’s most beautiful chandelier. Meanwhile, the Sundeck does not only accommodate as much as 400 people but provides a view overlooking the skyline as well, making it great for large events held during summer or fall.
Thanks to the versatile meeting spaces at DAC, any event, may it be intimate or large, can easily be a success.
· The Sundeck: This rooftop venue can accommodate up to 400 guests where they can socialize while enjoying the views of the city or the stars in the sky. The venue can be perfect for a wedding ceremony, cocktails, and other outdoor wedding celebrations, especially during spring, summer, and fall.
· Grand Ballroom: This, of course, is the most recommended spot for weddings insofar as DAC is concerned. It’s got a spacious floor and the typical ballroom environment expected of wedding receptions.
· Centennial Room: This one is for more intimate wedding events such as bridal showers. It’s big enough to hold lots of guests but intimate enough to make the event exclusive. The fact that the room is sunlit makes the place a great venue for daytime celebrations.
· Petroleum Rooms: These two identical rooms can be used either separately or as one huge space. It’s normally used for meetings and seminars, but it’s also ideal for larger cocktails and celebrations.
· Colorado Room: Much like the Petroleum rooms, the Colorado Rooms are often used more as lecture and seminar venues. These four different rooms, however, can be combined to accommodate large groups of people during the wedding.
· President’s Room: This elite meeting room features luxurious office chairs around a long conference table, making it great for small and more intimate luncheons or dinner.
DAC serves breakfast and lunch buffets for their guests who are on the go, but they also have an a la carte menu for people who wish to sit down and enjoy their meal. And because the place is close to athletic facilities, people usually come here to have lunch or dinner after working out.
The restaurant also offers evening specials between Mondays to Fridays, giving guests a delectable treat every time they visit for dinner. Children below five also get to eat with compliments of the restaurant. There is also a pub where guests can have drinks and play games.
For requests and inquiries, the Denver Athletic Club has a page dedicated for contacting them on their official website. Alternatively, interested parties may call 303-534-1211.
Denver Athletic Club, 1325 Glenarm Place, Denver CO 80204, Phone: 303-534-1211