The Ramble Hotel, Death & Co. Denver coming to RiNo next year

Developers said Friday that The Ramble Hotel would open by late 2017 at the intersection of 25th and Larimer Streets.

A rendering of The Ramble Hotel set to open in Denver's RiNo neighborhood. (Courtesy of Gravitas Development Group)
A rendering of The Ramble Hotel set to open in Denver's RiNo neighborhood. (Courtesy of Gravitas Development Group)
A rendering of The Ramble Hotel set to open in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood. (Courtesy of Gravitas Development Group)

A new three-story hotel is expected to open in Denver next year and add yet another trendy, upscale venue to RiNo.

Developers said Friday that The Ramble Hotel would open by late 2017 at the intersection of 25th and Larimer streets. The hotel will feature 50-guest rooms, a restaurant, theatre and bar and retail store, according to a news release.

The self-proclaimed Manhattan “cocktail institution” Death & Co. will sling its prize-winning, $15 cocktails in The Ramble’s marquee lobby bar. The Ramble will be Death & Co.’s second location since starting New Year’s Eve 2006.

“We are looking forward to our first collaboration with a hotel, providing for guests needs from their first bite and first sip of coffee, to their nightcap before tucking in, and introducing our concept not only to The Ramble Hotel but to Denver’s RiNo neighborhood,” Death & Co. co-founder David Kaplan said in a statement.

The Ramble will be one of the first hotels to open in Denver’s rapidly changing RiNo neighborhood. The project is being developed by the Denver-based firm Gravitas Development Group.

“The neighborhood is fertile ground for artists and creative entrepreneurs, and we hope to create a space where travelers and locals can personally experience the art, authenticity and ambition that make RiNo so great,” Gravitas Development Group partner Ryan Diggins said in a statement.

“Remaining independently branded and managed provides us with the best chance to evolve at the speed of Denver. We place a very high value on flexibility and autonomy, and feel it gives The Ramble Hotel the best opportunity to remain culturally relevant, not only for the opening but for years to come.”

The Ramble Hotel promotional video. (Courtesy of Gravitas Development Group)
The Ramble Hotel promotional video. (Courtesy of Gravitas Development Group)

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