Reader: Even With Craft Beer, New Hotel Will Diminish Cool Architecture of Airport
If only the new airport hotel fit in this well...
The new Westin at Denver International Airport will open next month, and while there won't be a craft brewery on-site when the hotel makes its debut, a half dozen proposals were submitted to DIA to put not just a brewpub, but an actual brewery in the place. (The deal will also award a couple of burger spots in the airport itself, as well as a coffee stop.) But will fresh Colorado craft beer be enough to wipe out the bad taste left by the hotel design? Not according to Matt:
I hate it. It's like they did everything they could to diminish the unique and very cool architecture of the airport. It's a cliche of a cliche disguised as architecture.
What do you think of the airport hotel design? What beer would you like to see served there?