With over 300 days of sunshine per year, it is easy to understand why Denver has grown so quickly since the pandemic. Denver is a bustling metropolis with amazing views to the west. Below we have listed a few options to host your next corporate event.
Sterling Event Space
With 4,000 square feet of hardwood flooring and exquisitely designed space, Sterling will cater to your every need for your next corporate event. They offer a main room, a prep room, and a loft for privacy. They come with all of the frills: multiple restrooms, wifi throughout, a kitchen, and of course all audio needs. They have a bartender on site and an in-house caterer. Tables and chairs and a photobooth accompany any rental. Prices are not listed online.
Address: 1261 Delaware St, Denver, CO 80204
Contact: (720) 815-6656
Upstairs Circus LoDo
A unique take on the event space/bar, this chique location downtown offers guests the chance to attend what they call a “social project.” However, that is for normal guests…you are looking for a corporate event. Event rates start at $42 per guest for a project social theme or rent out the entire space (price not listed). They handle the design and if you’re looking to make an impact with a colorful and tasteful party, this is your best bet.
Address: 1500 Wynkoop St #100, Denver, CO 80202
Contact: (720) 722-2105
The Banhsee House
Situated in the heart of RiNo, this spacious event venue offers four distinct rooms and an urban patio in the back. The interior colors are mostly white and pastel based but they can design them to your liking. No prices are listed online feel free to pop in for a tour though.
Address: 2715 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205
This upscale location offers a main room, rooftop, and a dressing room. Totaling almost 11,000 feet and with capacity for over 700 guests, Asterisk has it all. They include 400 chairs, 5 tables, and multiple high top tables in their rental rates. The space has a white motif but can be outfitted for an occasion. Also, they have amazing skyline views. An 8 hour weekend rental will cost you $12,500 for all three spaces. This can get as low as $2,000 in the offseason though.
Address: 1075 Park Ave W, Denver, CO 80205
Contact: (720) 443-4411
Clock Tower Events
Not many places lay claim to being inside a historic clock tower, this being the D & F Clock Tower in the heart of Denver. They have multiple floors with wrap-around balconies that provide stunning panoramic vistas. A morning rental is 8 hours and ends at 3 PM, whereas an evening ends at 1 AM and lasts 9 hours. Rates reach up to $5,000 for the all inclusive package which is more suited to weddings and proposals. During the week you can book the place for only $2000 for three hours.
Address: 1601 Arapahoe St #17, Denver, CO 80202
Contact: (303) 877-0742
Tips for Planning a Corporate Party
- Start planning early: To ensure that your corporate event is a success, start planning as early as possible. This will give you ample time to book a venue, arrange for catering, create a guest list, and ensure that all the necessary arrangements are made well in advance.
- Set clear goals and objectives: It’s important to set clear goals and objectives for your corporate event. This will help you stay focused and ensure that everything you do during the planning process is geared towards achieving those goals.
- Create a budget: Establishing a budget is crucial for any corporate event. Make sure to account for all expenses, including venue rental, catering, equipment rentals, decorations, and marketing expenses. Stick to your budget to avoid overspending.
- Choose the right venue: The venue you choose can make or break your corporate event. Consider the size of the venue, location, parking, accessibility, and amenities offered to ensure that it is a good fit for your event.
- Use technology: Technology can help you streamline the planning process and make your corporate event more engaging. Consider using event planning software to manage guest lists, registration, and communication, and use audio-visual equipment to enhance presentations and speeches.
- Follow up after the event: After your corporate event is over, make sure to follow up with attendees to thank them for coming and to gather feedback on how the event went. This information will be invaluable in planning future events and improving the overall attendee experience.