Denver is a hip patchwork of booming neighborhoods. LoDo, SoBo, Highlands, Uptown—there’s a continuous pulsating rebirth of art, restaurants, music, nightlife and endless creativity. Drawn to the River North (or RiNo) Art District’s energetic vibe, the Gravity Haus team has partnered with the magical, French Salon-inspired, The Ramble Hotel.
Here’s our take on 36 delightful hours in RiNo, capped with a fantasy stay at our newest Haus Partner Property, The Ramble Hotel.
First thing’s first, check into your suite at the 50-room boutique Ramble Hotel. Delight in impeccable design, antique Persian rugs, plush pillow-top beds, skyline views and a curated bar by Death & Co.
Spend the sunset hour exploring the life-sized murals, graffiti and street art that make RiNo so special. Wander freely or book a walking journey with Denver Graffiti Tour and learn about the free thinkers and dreamers behind this neighborhood’s modern industrial grit.
Make reservations at Super Mega Bien and indulge in dim-sum-style Pan-Latin cuisine. James Beard-nominated chef Dana Rodriguez will have your tastebuds dancing with Spanish croquettes, lamb barbacoa and housemade tonics and gin. Perk: Ramble Hotel guests receive priority reservations at this sister establishment.
Sip a latte, kombucha or cold-pressed juice and nosh on breakfast burritos downstairs at DC/AM while you ease into the day. Fall in love with The Ramble Hotel’s kinetic energy and meaningfully designed spaces—each nook built with intent to fuel conversation and connection. You’ll quickly see why Architectural Digest listed Ramble among “The World’s Top 18 New Hotels.”
Lunch at a warehouse turned food hall is a must. Visit The Source, Zeppelin Station or Denver Central Market for Japanese street food, Colombian fare, wood-fired pizza, gourmet cheese, barbecue and anything else you might crave.
Top the day sipping lagers, throwing axes and appreciating local art at DAGAR.
Settle in for an iconic dining experience at Death & Co. The Denver outpost—the original opened in New York in 2006—lies inside The Ramble Hotel’s grand lobby and is garnering serious buzz with its sophisticated cocktails and glam takes on house-made fettuccini, a to-die-for burger and fried chicken with house salsas.