We offer each of our Colorado weight loss client a private, luxury bedroom in either a studio, one, or two bedroom apartment, each equipped with numerous features designed to make your stay with KoruCenter as comfortable as possible. We partner with different luxury housing providers near our many facilities, so your accommodations aren’t guaranteed to be identical to those photographed here. They will, however, be similarly comfortable and well furnished.
Our accommodations include all essential amenities as well as televisions and high-speed Internet access. More importantly, each living space features a kitchen or kitchenette. This will enable you to implement KoruCenter’s dietary principles in your daily routine. Your lifestyle changes may start with us, but they’ll find a permanent role in your life when you put them into practice outside the program.
In addition to basic necessities, KoruCenter’s living quarters include indoor/outdoor pools, exercise rooms, and laundry facilities. Some of our facilities include hot tubs, but their availability isn’t guaranteed. However, the prime luxury is location. All accommodations are centrally located and are within a mile of downtown Denver, and many of our rooms feature breathtaking views of the city and the surrounding mountains.
Though a significant portion of our program features a schedule that’s specifically tailored to your desired indoor and outdoor fitness activities, much of your time at KoruCenter will be your own. Downtown Denver was an easy choice for our retreat, owing to its never-ending abundance of activities for our members to enjoy. All of the following urban attractions are located within a mile of our accommodations:
This outdoor shopping center runs along a 1.25-mile stretch of 16th Street and features a wide variety of options for shopaholics. Whether you love uncovering local gems or you stick with trusted national brands, the Mall has something catered especially to you.
If you come to KoruCenter during baseball season, enjoy a game at the home of the Colorado Rockies, winners of the 2007 National League Championship.
Home of the Denver Nuggets and the Colorado Avalanche as well as numerous sold-out concerts, there’s something going on at the Pepsi Center no matter the season. In 2014 alone the Pepsi Center is host to Kiss, Journey, Lady Gaga, and Motley Crue.
Located in Denver’s sprawling City Park and drawing about 1.6 million visitors annually, the 80-acre zoo hosts nearly 700 species of birds, reptiles, fish, primates, and other animals from across the world. Marvel at the lions of Predator Ridge and enjoy one of the largest gorilla habitats in the world at the Primate Panorama.
Originally established during the Pikes Peak Gold Rush of the 1860s, the Denver Mint is currently the largest producer of coins in the world. Discover the history of U.S. coinage at one of its birthplaces – admission is free of charge provided you schedule a visit in advance.
Housing tens of thousands of works from artists ranging from contemporaries like Andy Warhol to modernists like Pablo Picasso and Georgia O’Keeffe to classics like Matisse, the art museum has been a Denver landmark for more than a century. With the recent addition of the Frederic C. Hamilton building, the museum is now remarkable not only for its extensive collections, but also for its awe-inspiring postmodern architecture.
Revel in the excitement of Denver’s premiere theme park, centrally located near downtown. With six coasters and dozens of other amusements, from the white water rafts of Disaster Canyon to the arcade-themed warzone of Ghost Blasters, the rides and attractions of Elitch Gardens guarantee a full day of fun for under $40.
Photos of Our Accommodations