There is something about Pinnacle Club that is, quite simply, unmatched. All of its extraordinary elements come together to create an indelible experience for those who have the opportunity to enjoy the view, décor, cuisine and, of course, the service that accompanies it. Guests are met with a pleasant surprise as soon as they walk in. 38th floor views create a stunning backdrop to complement the elegance of the two ballrooms, Capitol and Crystal.
Pinnacle Club has been impressing guests since the mid-1970’s, when we first met J.R. Ewing holding court at the Petroleum Club in “Dallas” the television series. It was in the fall of that same year that Denver’s Petroleum Club opened at the top of 555 17th Street, later to become the Pinnacle Club. Read more about this rich Denver history.
Pinnacle Club recently completed an $8 million makeover. More than 1200 hand-blown crystal light fixtures were individually hung from the 14-foot ceiling. A kitchen that was previously anchored against a bank of glass was moved to the interior, allowing Pinnacle Club to be windowed on all four sides. The architectural design received a nod with lavish accents of cherry wood and brass, the perfect blend of modern and iconic.
Last, but certainly not least, panoramic views add intrigue. Pinnacle Club boasts one of the farthest views of any event facility in the United States. The U. S. Geological Survey estimates the view encompasses a span of 10,600 miles of snowcapped peaks and prairie, taking in 200 named mountains, including Pikes Peak more than one hundred miles away. 32 of them soar to 13,000 feet or more above sea level. The area that can be viewed is larger than Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware combined and is about equal to seeing every inch of Massachusetts – all at once.