The Maven Hotel at Dairy Block

LoDo
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  • The Maven Hotel at Dairy Block Denver
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The Maven at Dairy Block is a new design hotel located in a former industrial site, a few block's from Denver's Union Station in the LoDo neighborhood. The hotel has a restaurant "Kachina Southwestern Grill", 2 bars, and a cofee shop/café. 24/7 Fitness centre. Rooms come with air conditioning, 42-inch flat-screen TV, a safe, free bottled water and coffee/tea making facilities.

✅Free Wi-Fi
• 172 rooms
• Hotel opened: April 2017
• Architecture: Johnson Nathan Strohe
• Interiors: Crème (public spaces) & Johnson Nathan Strohe (rooms)

The DNA: While the lobby gets most of its coloration from natural materials like the orangey leather armchairs and the golden brass and bluestone, the property stands out because it truly personifies maker culture. In fact, it’s the hotel’s 400-plus pieces of artwork curated by Nine Dot Arts that add a local and artisanal layer. A piece by sculptor Andrew Ramiro Tirado, for example, welcomes guests in the form of a 10-foot-long hand made of reclaimed wood that hangs from the lobby ceiling, paying homage to George Nakashima, one of the fathers of America’s craft movement. The hand guides the guest’s eye to “Dark Matter Gathering,” a 300-plus piece installation from Travis Hetman that creates a framed galaxy from his black and white photographs. It’s not just visual stimulation that’s offered either: On the lower level, sound works by Jim Green greet guests as they enter the restrooms, while Chris Bagley’s “Disco River” is a dreamy, interactive, and kaleidoscopic experience.

On-site parking (charged). Free shuttle service with a 2-mile (3.2 km) radius.

• National Ballpark Museum: 2-minute walk
• Coors Field: 2-minute walk
• Union Station: 3-minute walk
• 16th Street Mall: 6-minute walk
• Larimer Square: 6-minute walk
• Pepsi Center: 11-minute walk
• Elitch Gardens Theme Park: 11-minute walk
• Museum of Contemprary Art Denver: 11-minute walk
• Denver's Downtown Aquarium: 15-minute walk

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