The Vibe: Decadent.
The Area: The perfect location to soak up Denver’s coolest neighbourhood, RiNo (River North), with some of the city’s best bars and restaurants just a short stroll away, including renowned chef Dana Rodriguez’s Latin-inspired eatery Supa Mega Bien next door.
The DNA: Taking inspiration from Madame Rambouilet’s legendary French salons of the 17th century, the hotel’s atmosphere is lavish and elegant, yet infused with a hip, modern twist. The centerpiece is the marquee lobby bar, home of Death & Co Denver, the legendary New York City cocktail bar’s first foray outside of Manhattan. The space is filled with enormous golden teardrop chandeliers, blue velvet drapes, dark wood furniture and is crowned by a decadent three-tier cocktail bar, lit up like a brass and marble palace. Despite being a new build, the hotel feels grounded in history too, with a red brick exterior designed to reflect RiNo’s warehouse roots
Suite-Me-Up: Intimate guestrooms boast a variety of colorfully patterned vintage area rugs and chandeliers placed in front of windows for an eclectic, mysterious view from the exterior. These accents add up to a “deeply personal environment that resonates with guests long after they’ve checked out” according to the designer.
Seen: Hospitality Design
✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 50 rooms & suites (19-56m2) (205-603 sq ft) • hotel opened: 2018 • architecture: JNS Architecture + Design • interior design: Avenue Interior Design • parking possible on-site (charged) • no pets allowed • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible