Two firms combine for Denver hotel inspired by French salons of 1600s

The new-build Ramble Hotel is scheduled to open in late 2017 in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood.

The new-build Ramble Hotel is scheduled to open in late 2017 in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood. The three-story hotel will have 50 guestrooms, a theater and bar, meeting space, retail outlet, outdoor courtyard, independently owned restaurant, and a marquee lobby bar, Death & Co Denver, which will be the first outpost outside of its original location in New York’s East Village.

Death & Co will not only operate the lobby bar, but also the hotel’s roomservice program, a café bar, a reservation-only private bar and the food-and-beverage program within the property’s outdoor courtyard.

The 4,700-square-foot lobby will have 20-foot-tall ceilings and will be inspired by the French salons of the 1600s. Salon host Catherine de Vivonne, Marquise de Rambouillet serves as the namesake for the hotel.

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The aesthetic of the hotel’s guestrooms and public areas will be crafted by Los Angeles-based firm Avenue Interior Design. Design at The Ramble Hotel will integrate industrial elements inherent to the RiNo neighborhood with eclectic “found” elements, and soft, luxurious fabrics that highlight patterns and texture. Local firm Johnson Nathan Strohe will oversee the architecture, including a façade with detailed masonry work.

 

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