The new accommodation space brings independent vendors and design-forward rooming to one of Denver’s hippest neighborhoods and, marks the brand's venture into hospitality

Iconic Denver food market The Source is expanding by opening a sister property known as The Source Hotel. The hotel will be adjacent to the market and will house its own collection of vendors, restaurants and artisan boutiques. It is the city’s first high rise and will blend the rustic charm of The Source with contemporary design. The building was designed by Stephen Dynia of Dynia Architects

The hotel will hold 100 rooms that offer a mountain or city view. Atop the building will be an interior fitness center and an outdoor rooftop pool and hot tub. The hotel will also house a market hall and a 45,000 square foot culinary complex with vendors that are 100% independent. To channel the city’s art scene, a mural by artist Cleon Peterson will be on view and visitors can frequent the renowned Station 16 Gallery, which is the first outside of Canada.

The mission of the Source Hotel is to infuse artisanal goods with innovative dining while also giving customers a comfortable stay, functioning as an extension of the brand into hospitality while maintaining its emphasis on small and local vendors. Rooms will be open for reservations between late June to early July 2018.

The Source Hotel


Lead image: The Source Hotel and Market via Facebook

Iconic Denver food market The Source is expanding by opening a sister property known as The Source Hotel. The hotel will be adjacent to the market and will house its own collection of vendors, restaurants and artisan boutiques. It is the city’s first high rise and will blend the rustic charm of The Source with contemporary design. The building was designed by Stephen Dynia of Dynia Architects. 

The hotel will hold 100 rooms that offer a mountain or city view. Atop the building will be an interior fitness center and an outdoor rooftop pool and hot tub. The hotel will also house a market hall and a 45,000 square foot culinary complex with vendors that are 100% independent. To channel the city’s art scene, a mural by artist Cleon Peterson will be on view and visitors can frequent the renowned Station 16 Gallery, which is the first outside of Canada.