Denver is getting a new rooftop bar, and it will be the highest in Colorado

Everyone loves a good rooftop bar. Everyone except, I don’t know, vampires, maybe.

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(Rendering by Simeone Deary Design Group)

(Rendering by Simeone Deary Design Group)

Everyone loves a good rooftop bar. Everyone except, I don’t know, vampires, maybe.

Being the sunny city that it is, Denver has a decent amount of them. Now it’s getting its highest one ever. In August 2017, Marriott and Starwood will open their first co-branded hotel, the AC Hotel and Le Méridien Denver Downtown, with a rooftop bar on the 20th floor.

(Rendering by Simeone Deary Design Group)

(Rendering by Simeone Deary Design Group)

The hotel at 1415 California St. will have 495 rooms, 12,000 square feet of meeting space and a yet-to-be-announced dining option from a Michelin-starred restaurant.

But you live here, so what do you care? Look at that rooftop!

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