The Ramble Hotel

The Ramble Hotel

JOANN GRECO, HOSPITALITY DESIGN MAGAZINE | The 50-key Ramble Hotel nestled in Denver’s River North Art District looked to 17th-century France for inspiration, with a design that recalls a Parisian literary salon. Local firm Johnson Nathan Stroheupdated the surrounding warehouse aesthetic in the new-build’s architecture, while Avenue Interior Design imbued the space with the “warmth and comfort of a well-loved residence,” says Andrea DeRosa, principal of the Los Angeles-based firm.

A moody palette of sapphire blue continues that feel, as does a generous use of Old World touches like millwork, crystal chandeliers, Venetian plaster, and rich velvet draperies and headboards. Concrete and steel details complement the robust contemporary art program, which grounds the property in its time and place at the locus of a hip, arts-filled neighborhood.

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