A representation of the lobby of the new rally hotel, photo provided by The Rally Hotel
With a nod to its baseball roots and Mile High City, the rally hotel will open on March 25th.
A highly anticipated new hotel that celebrates the pastime of America and the history of the LoDo area in Denver opens on March 25th in the McGregor Square development in Denver. McGregor Square is located in the heart of the LoDo neighborhood in Denver between Wynkoop and Wazee and March 19th and 20th Streets.
Developed by the Sage Hospably Group and the Rockies’ owner Dick Monfort, the rally hotel is an independent lifestyle hotel named after the centuries-old baseball superstition – the rally cap – in which fans wear their caps Wear it backwards or inside out so your team can pull off a victory from behind.
The hotel has a rooftop pool and terrace with views of Coors Field and the Rocky Mountains. Located on the second floor of the hotel, the Rockies Hall of Fame offers guests a unique experience to further connect with baseball and the Colorado Rockies.
The hotel will also recognize Denver’s mile-long reputation. The eighth floor, officially at an elevation of 5,280 feet, will be known as the Mile High Floor and will feature a collection of rooms with elevated, dramatic design – including dark woods and deep purples that reflect the colors of the Rocky Mountains.
A guest room at the Rally Hotel. (Photo provided by The Rally Hotel)
The hotel has 176 guest rooms including 29 suites designed to evoke the feeling of “accessible luxury”. These include Colorado-inspired minibars, large, comfy pillows, and classic textures. Six penthouse residential suites have kitchens, bathrooms and living areas in living size, private balconies and direct access to the bridge-way roof and the pool terrace.
At The Rally you can enjoy three different dining options with timeless classic cuisine, hearty pub food, craft beer and curated cocktails. The grandstand in the hotel lobby spoils guests with coffee in the morning and with cocktails and snacks in the evening. A locally curated program is offered between peak hours. The rally bar has an elegant design and an impressive ambience and serves drinks and light snacks every day. You can also dine in the full service restaurant next to the hotel operated by Sage Restaurant Concepts.
The rally has over 21,000 square meters of flexible meeting and event space with offers from boardrooms to ballrooms. The hotel also features art curated by Denver’s Nine Dot Arts, inspired by the energy, excitement, and history of LoDo. Art is shown throughout the hotel, including public spaces and guest rooms.
The hotel is an anchor for the development of McGregor Square, a complex on an entire city block near Coors Field that features restaurants, retail, and a circular square with a 110-foot LED screen that plays live sports games and other entertainment programs are broadcast.
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