The Ritz-Carlton, Denver, 1880 Curtis Street, has received AAA's Five-Diamond rating for the third year in a row, securing its reign as Denver's first and only hotel to meet the travel guide's lofty standards.
"We are truly proud of the incredible service we extend to our guests each and every day," says general manager Steven Janicek. "Without the attention to detail, anticipation and fulfillment of guests' needs and genuine care and comfort, maintaining and achieving this accolade would not be possible."
The AAA Diamond Rating Program -- which evaluates more than 60,000 lodging establishments annually and rates them on a scale of one to five diamonds -- is considered to be the country's definitive hotel grading system.
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