The Ramble Hotel is celebrating its grand opening this week, becoming the first hotel to be unveiled in the River North Art District.
The 50-room boutique hotel at 25thand Larimer streets melds a classy, comfortable interior with a brick exterior reminiscent of the warehouses that defined the neighborhood. Gravitas Development, which developed and will operate the hotel, partnered with New York’s Death & Co., which will run the hotel’s grand lobby bar, and more intimate and casual bar spaces on the second floor.
A “theater” set along Larimer Street provides a space for intimate concerts, film screenings, artist gatherings, weddings and other events.
Gravitas partner Ryan Diggins said at a media preview Monday that The Ramble grew from his desire to create “a culturally relevant hotel in Denver.”
“More importantly, I was trying to create a gateway place for the community,” he said.
Johnson Nathan Strohe designed the hotel, which sits at the edge of RiNo and features two levels of below-grade parking. Sprung Construction was the contractor.