Kimpton Denver Tech Center Set to Open in 2024

A rendering of Kimpton Denver Tech Center, courtesy of KGD.

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, part of IHG Hotels & Resorts’ Luxury & Lifestyle Collection, will open its third hotel property in the Denver metro area, this time in DTC, in early 2024. Kimpton Denver Tech Center will be the first boutique hotel in the area, serving the Belleview Station development and its surrounding businesses and local residents.

“The US Mountain Region has always been an appealing market for us,” said Mike DeFrino, CEO, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants. “The success of properties such as the Hotel Born in Denver’s Union Station and the Armory Hotel in Bozeman, Montana confirm that our adventurous spirit and work hard play hard mentality have found a like-minded home here. We’re thrilled to be expanding in 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.”

Owned by DTC Hospitality Investors, LLC, and developed by Cypress 16, LLC in conjunction with McClurg Century Investments, LLC, the hotel will be a new-build boutique hotel featuring 190 beautifully appointed guestrooms, including 14 suites. KGD Architecture will serve as the property architect and KARAMANN will outfit the entirety of the hotel’s interiors. Harvey Cleary Builders will serve as the general contractor for the construction of the project.

As with all Kimpton hotels, the hotel will feature amenities and services such as morning coffee and tea service, evening social hour, a “Forgot It? We’ve Got It!” program, on-site fitness facilities, and pet-friendly policies. Accompanying a ground-floor restaurant and bar that will surely become a sought-after local gathering place, the 19th-floor rooftop bar and lounge will serve as a music venue and offer indoor and outdoor access to expansive views of the Rocky Mountains, with specific sightlines from Pikes Peak to Longs Peak. The property also includes  7,000 square feet of meetings and events space.

A booming economic trading center, DTC has become a gateway to the city’s southeast business corridor and a hub for the region’s high-tech industry. In recent years, thanks to the business expansion in the area, the neighborhood has also seen former downtown Denver residents migrating to the DTC and bolstering its residential population as well.

“We are thrilled to become part of Belleview Station and partner with Kimpton to bring a vibrant 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 in early 2024, Kimpton Denver Tech Center will join Kimpton Hotel Monaco in Downtown Denver and Kimpton Hotel Born in Union Station.

Photo courtesy of Kimpton

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