Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Mining Exchange taking individual reservations

Posted By on Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 11:39 AM

Perry Sanders is putting the final details on his hotel project.
  • Perry Sanders is putting the final details on his hotel project.
There are more signs that the Mining Exchange Hotel will soon be complete.

You heard that right. An incredibly ambitious development project in recession-ravaged downtown Colorado Springs is almost complete. (I can hardly believe it myself.)

The gorgeous Wyndham Grand hotel already began taking reservations for groups earlier this month. Now, it's taking reservations from individuals.

Read on for more:

The Mining Exchange, A Wyndham Grand Hotel Now Accepting Reservations
New boutique hotel prepares to redefine the luxury experience in a historic downtown Colorado Springs setting.

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, February 21, 2012 - In its glory days, Colorado Springs’ Mining Exchange Building was where the wealthy and entrepreneurial gathered to trade stocks, bonds, precious metals and other commodities. The Mining Exchange, a Wyndham Grand Hotel, will once again bring to life those attributes in a location replete with history, character and charm. The downtown boutique hotel is set to open this spring, and preparations, from final construction to hiring management staff, are well underway. The hotels executive team announced today that the hotel is now accepting individual reservations for June 1, 2012 and beyond.

“At The Mining Exchange, we will offer the best of both worlds for the professional on-the-go and the leisure traveler,” said Erin Smith, Director of Sales and Marketing. “This is a place where serious business has been conducted for over 100 years—we will continue that tradition, in a setting that’s elegant yet relaxed.” Three exquisitely restored buildings will greet present-day guests with towering granite arches and columns crowned by elaborate embellishment, creating a modern-day harmony of historic architecture and contemporary, well-appointed accommodations.

With the launch timeline tentatively set for mid-late April, arrangements are proceeding at a quick pace to address the hundreds of small details that will ensure success for The Mining Exchange, a Wyndham Grand Hotel, when it opens its doors to the public this spring. “Every one of our 117 guest rooms and suites are luxuriously and thoughtfully appointed, creating the perfect atmosphere for work, rest and play,” says General Manager Tyler Sherman.

While transforming the historic Mining Exchange building into The Mining Exchange, a Wyndham Grand Hotel, there has been a directive from owner Perry Sanders to uncover, restore and repurpose as much of the historic architecture as possible. Vaults that once held valuables have been restored to be showcased and utilized throughout the property.

For information regarding group and/or event bookings please contact the hotel sales department at 719-323-2011. For individual reservations for June 1 and beyond please call 866-269-9231 or book online at www.wyndham.com

To track the progress of The Mining Exchange’s launch, go to www.facebook.com/TheMiningExchange.

About The Mining Exchange
Be discerning. The Mining Exchange, a Wyndham Grand Hotel, is a luxury boutique hotel situated in downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado and is set for opening in the spring of 2012. Part of the prestigious Wyndham Grand Collection, The Mining Exchange, a Wyndham Grand Hotel features a combination of 117 rooms and suites, a full-service restaurant and lobby bar, an on-site spa, boardroom, ballrooms and a large private courtyard. Visit www.miningexchangehotel.com to find out how you can trade up from the ordinary.


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