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The 24-seat private dining room at Penrose Room boasts the same opulent décor of the main dining area — posh carpeting, lush upholstery and shimmering linens in rich cobalt, scarlet and pale gold — with the added perk of a balcony overlooking Cheyenne Mountain. The balcony also wraps around another private dining room, the similarly appointed 16-seat chef’s table. The chef’s table is flanked by a small demo kitchen in which executive chef Bertrand Bouquin attends personally to his guests (a minimum of eight people is a must to dine there). Centerpiece bouquets grace the tables in both private dining rooms. The Coronet Room off the main dining room, meanwhile, serves as a semi-private dining space (which does not have balcony access) for parties of up to 40. Advance reservations are required for any of the private spaces in the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant.
The Chef's Table at Penrose Room is a private dining experience at the peak of perfection. With cooking and wine demonstrations for up to 16, guests are treated to an up-close look of the chef in action, as well as a breathtaking wraparound balcony perfect for receptions prior to dinner or for sipping port after. Enhancing Penrose Room's timeless elegance is the glass-enclosed, 24-seat semi-private dining room, which extends out from the main dining room affording guests a breathtaking mountain and lake view.
Located at the Southwest corner of the restaurant, the Cornet Room accommodates up to 40 guests and is the perfect location to experience a tasting menu by Executive Chef Bertrand Bouquin.