DENVER - Ain't afraid of no ghost? If there's something strange in your hotel room, you know who to call. The front desk!
Downtown Denver's Curtis Hotel's debuted its new Ghostbusters-themed room on Tuesday.
A giant Stay Puft Marshmallow Man greeted patrons and partygoers who came to tour the new digs. The Northern Colorado Ghostbusters also paid a special visit in their Ecto-1, posing with fans and, of course, keeping all things paranormal in check.
Located on the 13th floor, the suite fits in with the floor's spooky theme, which includes a greeting straight out of "The Shining" and movie posters from the Exorcist to the Rocky Horror Picture Show. At the end of the hall, the Ghostbusters are on call in a green and white room which overlooks Denver.
Squishy green-slimer gel titles are one of the many touches which pay homage to the film released 30 years ago this summer. Vigo the Carpathian even makes an appearance somewhere inside the bathroom.
The Curtis Hotel recently completed a $7 million renovation, which includes themed rooms on nearly every floor. Available suites include a Star Trek suite on the "Sci-Fi" floor and a Jimmy Buffett room on the "Mad About Music" floor.
The Ghostbuster suite books at $600 a night. It may be the safest or spookiest spot to stay in the city. For more information, visit www.thecurtis.com.
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