Kimpton reveals plans for Denver Tech Center’s first boutique hotel
Showcasing the work of KGD Architecture and Kara Mann, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants’ 190-key construction program will launch in the Mile High City in early 2024.
IHG’s luxury lifestyle brand is gearing up to take over the bustling Denver Tech Center.
A prime location in the Mile High City
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants has signaled plans to open an exciting new project, the Kimpton Denver Tech Center, in early 2024. This hotel — the flag’s third project in the Mile High City — promises to enhance the resort development Belleview and surrounding businesses.
The new property, owned by DTC Hospitality Investors, is being developed by Cypress 16 in partnership with McClurg Century Investments. KGD Architecture will lead the hotel’s architectural design and Kara Mann will design its interiors, with Harvey Cleary Builders attached as general contractor.
“The mountain region of the United States has always been an attractive market for us,” said Mike DeFrino, CEO of Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants. “The success of properties such as the Born Hotel at Union Station in Denver and the Armory Hotel in Bozeman, Montana confirms that our spirit of adventure and mentality of hard work and play have found a home here in the similar views.
“We are thrilled to expand to Colorado and look forward to working alongside our partners at DTC Hospitality to bring their vision to life and infuse our heartfelt care and passion for highly personalized experiences into the new Kimpton Denver Tech Center. .”
Provide Kimpton Services and Amenities
The pet-friendly hotel will accommodate travelers in 190 rooms, including 14 suites, and plans to incorporate signature Kimpton amenities and services such as morning tea and coffee, evening social hours and “Forgot It ? We have it!’ program in its offer.
In addition to providing guests with in-room yoga mats, the Kimpton Denver Tech Center will have an on-site fitness center and provide free bicycles. Business and celebratory events, meanwhile, will take place in the property’s 7,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
A real highlight promises to be the hotel’s restaurant and bar on the ground floor, and its indoor-outdoor rooftop bar and lounge on the 19th floor with views of the majestic Rocky Mountains.
The Denver Tech Center has become a gateway to the city’s southeast business corridor, as well as a hub in its own right for the region’s high-tech industries. From here, guests will have easy access to Denver International Airport and downtown Denver via the Southeast Light Rail.
“We are thrilled to be part of Belleview Station and to partner with Kimpton to bring a dynamic, full-service boutique hotel to DTC,” said Gary Roffe, Managing Partner, DTC Hospitality. “Our distinctive restaurant and rooftop venue will add new experiences to an area rich in community and the place we call home.”
When it opens, the Kimpton Denver Tech Center will join the Kimpton Hotel Monaco in downtown and the Kimpton Hotel Born at Union Station in the Greater Denver market.