The hotel business is booming in Denver. The downtown area is home to 11,000 rooms within short walking distance of the Colorado Convention Center and nearly 50,000 first-class hotel rooms in the greater metro area. Here’s a rundown of new hotels that will open in 2019 and beyond.
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THE SOURCE HOTEL + MARKET HALL
The first hotel in the River North Art District (RiNo), this 100-room hotel is owned by the same group behind the St. Julien Hotel in Boulder, with rooms characterized by natural light, fresh air, and views of the Colorado mountains and downtown Denver skyline. The building features a second 25,000-square-foot market hall on the first floor, a rooftop deck with a pool and beer garden, and 2,300 square feet of modern event space.
Origin Red Rocks
Offering 123 rooms, this boutique full-service hotel includes a restaurant, bar, event space and shuttle service to and from Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre.
The Jacquard Hotel
This hotel features 201 rooms and 6,900 square feet of meeting space with a rooftop bar and pool.
HILTON GARDEN INN UNION STATION
This 233-room hotel will feature 9,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor event space, an indoor pool and fitness room, two levels of underground parking and a location in the heart of LoDo by Union Station, Coors Field, restaurants, shopping, bike trails and more.
Element Hotel, by Marriott
Offering 157 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom guest rooms with full kitchenettes as well as a restaurant and bar.
Home2 Suites and Tru Hotels by Hilton
Dual‐branded 382‐room, 21‐story hotel.
Ballpark Hotel, Intercontinental Hotels Group
A 150-room, eight-story hotel.
DOWNTOWN HOTEL, STONEBRIDGE COMPANIES
A 200-room, seven-story hotel.
Thompson Denver, T2 Hospitality
A 177-room, eight-story hotel with 1,500 square feet of meeting space and on-site restaurants.
EVEN Hotel, Intercontinental Hotels Group
Ace Hotel, GFI Development Co.
The Rossonian will be renovated into a 41-room boutique hotel, complemented by a basement jazz club and ground-floor restaurant and lounge. The eatery/bar/venue will be named Chauncey’s for Denver basketball legend and project partner Chauncey Billups. There will be a major physical change to the outside of the hotel, which has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1995. The developer will add a fourth floor, housing seven rooms and balconies on top of the existing three-story building.
Downtown Hotel, Focus Property Group
A 525-room, 27-story hotel.
SchoolYard Hotel, Stonebridge Companies
There will be 250 rooms and 6,000 square feet of meeting space.