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Four Seasons closes Level 3 pool bar to the public

Four Seasons Hotel Denver announced today that it's closing Level 3 -- the popular rooftop pool bar that was open once a week to the public throughout the summer.

"Level 3 was a great addition to the Denver night-life scene," says general manager Theirry Kennel. "However, we've decided to keep our pool bar as a private amenity for our guests and residents. As always, the public is welcome at our lobby level EDGE bar, where we'll soon unveil a new outdoor patio."

Level 3 is still available to rent for private gatherings; go to the hotel's website for more information and look for the patio at EDGE to open next week.

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