Recap: Tour – Behind the Scenes at The Source Hotel

We toured The Source Hotel on Tuesday, August 14. Justin Croft, Project Manager & Partner with Zeppelin Development, and Stephen Dynia, FAIA, Design Director with Dynia Architects guided the tours.

About the site: Expanding on the existing Source, The Source Hotel offers a 24-hour lifestyle experience focused around food, beverage and retail in the vibrant RiNo Arts District neighborhood. This modern counterpoint to the 1880’s iron foundry features an eighth floor rooftop and pool deck, 100 design-forward hotel rooms above a 25,000-square-foot expanded market hall and New Belgium Brewing’s first Denver brewery. The guest rooms are influenced by the minimalist design styles of Scandinavia and Japan, characterized by simple materials, clean lines and woodwork that make up the aesthetic, with an emphasis on natural light and access to fresh air.

The expanded market hall showcases nine vendors offering artisanal creations including ceramics, kitchen supplies, craft leather goods, apparel, jewelry and a barber, in addition to Smok, a barbecue concept by Bill Espircueta, and Safta, a modern Israeli concept by James Beard Award-winning Alon Shaya. Located on the eighth floor, The Woods is a collaboration between The Source Hotel and New Belgium Brewery, and features specialty, barrel-aged beers brewed on-site and food pairings while taking in 360 degree views of Downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountains.

Photo and description courtesy of Zeppelin Development.