The Lodge Denver West

14125 Denver W Circle Lakewood, CO 80401
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  • Studio, One, & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Pets Considered
  • Attached Garage, Detached Garage, & Off Street Parking
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Hot Tub & Outdoor Pool

Property Details

About this property

Welcome to The Lodge, Denver West's newest luxury living. With stunning views of the city and surrounding foothills, these spacious apartment homes combine a picturesque location with the ultimate in amenities and convenience. Spacious designs and open floor plans bring elegance and simplicity to The Lodge. With ample views and open space right at your door. With an onsite state-of-the-art fitness center, a gorgeous clubhouse, a comprehensive business center and conference room, and a resort style pool, sauna and spa, The Lodge has been meticulously designed to meet the most discerning needs.

You'll love the attention to every detail. Indoors, you'll relish our gourmet kitchens complete with granite countertops, generous islands and the finest stainless steel appliances. With great rooms that are truly great, double vanity sinks, palatial walk-in closets, and airy terraces offering exceptional mountain and city views, The Lodge is an enticing place to be. In fact, if it weren't for the Lodge's alluring outdoor setting, you might never leave.

Amenities

24-Hour Fitness center
Resort style pool and spa with entertainment deck
Billiards Room
Outdoor Fireside lounge and kitchen with grilling stations
Coffee Bar
Dry Saunas
24-hour business center with Wifi

Property Location

About Golden, Colorado

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Golden, CO

Founded as a true gold rush town in 1859, the city of Golden is actually named after miner Tom Golden and not the precious metal. The original Golden City has served as the territorial capital but lost its battle to nearby Denver following the Civil War when the other city built a larger railway system. Golden became more industrial as breweries, including the still-present Coors Brewery, a paper mill and five smelters were established. Today, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the American Mountaineering Center are both located in Golden.

The Community of Golden

Interstate 70 lies to the southeast of Golden and allows for a quick trip to nearby Denver. The downtown district is in the northern part of the city, with recreational opportunities more to the west and residential areas to the east.

What to Do in Golden

Established in 1873, Coors Brewery has evolved into the largest single-site brewery in the U.S. and offers regular tours. A self-guided, 30-minute overview lets you see how malting, brewing and packaging are done, then adults can sample the finished product. Once you've finished the tour, you'll get a commemorative Coors glass and can get even more Coors merchandise at the gift shop.

The Colorado School of Mines has more than 2,500 types of gems and minerals on display, including the Miss Colorado crown that boasts 21 diamonds and a moon rock collected on the Apollo 17 mission. Two 45-minute guided tours feature either the museum's collection or the outdoor geologic trail.

The Golden area abounds in recreational opportunities, and many are found in nearby Golden Gate State Park. More than 12,000 acres are home to campgrounds; trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding; and stocked fishing ponds. In the winter, the park is well-known for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

One Place You Shouldn't Miss in Golden

Buffalo Bill Cody was a larger-than-life figure of the Old West, and he's buried in Golden. Visit his grave overlooking Lookout Mountain and tour the small museum dedicated to his life. While not as extensive as the Buffalo Bill Center in Cody, Wy., you'll be able to learn quite a bit about Buffalo Bill's influence on the west through his performances and see a significant firearms collection. The drive up to the museum is especially scenic.

Dining in Golden

The contemporary Abejas restaurant in downtown Golden focuses on sustainable, local produce and organic meats. Decorated with reclaimed materials, Abejas serves a renowned weekend brunch with eclectic offerings like Smoked Steelhead Trout Benedict and Duck Confit Hash. Staying for dinner? You can't go wrong with a delicious hanger steak or seared scallops.

Woody's Wood-Fired Pizza is a community standard, and you'll see why when you try a slice. The all-you-can-eat pizza, soup and salad bar fills you up, or try a burger or sandwich. If you're ordering a full pizza, try the Golden Backpack with sausage and pepperoni; the sales benefit the local program to provide food for needy kids.

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