Maven Hotel opens near Coors Field with “tastefully themed” $999 a night baseball room

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The Maven Hotel's baseball-themed Diamond Suite inside the Dairy Block downtown. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)  maven hotel; dairy block; downtown; lodo; denver; colorado; kevinjbeaty; denverite;

The Maven Hotel's baseball-themed Diamond Suite inside the Dairy Block downtown. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

It could cost visitors up to a grand this weekend to stay in Denver’s newest hotel overlooking Coors Field.

The 172-room Maven Hotel marked its opening in the Ballpark neighborhood Tuesday. The hotel sits at the south corner of Wazee and 19th streets and anchors Denver’s new Dairy Block development.

The Maven is the latest boutique hotel added to downtown Denver after the 180-room Hotel Indigo opened near Union Station in February.

After a grand opening discount, rooms at The Maven were listed from $169 a night for the roughly 350-square-foot Apprentice King to $999 a night for the 770-square-foot, “tastefully themed” Diamond Suite overlooking Coors Field.

The front desk at the Maven Hotel inside the Dairy Block downtown. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)  maven hotel; dairy block; downtown; lodo; denver; colorado; kevinjbeaty; denverite;

The front desk at the Maven Hotel inside the Dairy Block downtown. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Sage Hospitality will be managing The Maven. The Denver-based company is behind other notable projects in the area including the Crawford Hotel at Denver Union Station and The Curtis.

“We expect The Maven to be a successful concept that can be adapted and expanded to other urban markets nationwide,” said Walter Isenberg, president and CEO of Sage Hospitality, in a statement.

Kachina Southwestern Grill and Poka Lola Social Club cocktail bar opened in The Maven on Saturday. The hotel also has a 2,300-square-foot event space and access to the nearby fitness center in the Dairy Block.

Melissa Harmon (right) and TJ Caulfield serve up coffee from inside an Airstream at Kachina Southwestern Grill inside the Dairy Block downtown. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)  restaurant; food; bar; nightlife; maven hotel; dairy block; downtown; lodo; denver; colorado; kevinjbeaty; denverite;

Melissa Harmon (right) and TJ Caulfield serve up coffee from inside an Airstream at Kachina Southwestern Grill inside the Dairy Block downtown. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Dairy Block is a mixed-used redevelopment of the former Windsor Dairy.

“The soul of Dairy Block will be The Alley — a lively micro-district opening this summer that will run from 18th and 19th between Blake and Wazee streets and house an eclectic mix of Colorado retailers, artisans, chefs and cocktail crafters,” according to a news release from Sage.

Dairy Block also features a six-story office tower, 66,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space and a 380-car below-grade parking garage — all of which are being integrated with the three existing historic Windsor Dairy Block buildings.

Business & data reporter Adrian D. Garcia can be reached via email at agarcia@denverite.com or twitter.com/adriandgarcia.

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