The Jacquard Hotel & Rooftop, Cherry Creek’s newest hotel known for spirited celebrations, is making a big splash this summer with the debut of Kisbee on the Roof, a stunning rooftop bar featuring second-to-none views of the Rocky Mountain Front Range; “National Picnic Month”, in style; a number of ways to try new types of rosé; and more.
Below are five reasons this stylish spot needs to make its way into your reader’s summer plans:
- Rooftop Canned Cocktails: The hotel’s stunning rooftop pool and bar, Kisbee on the Roof, is named after Thomas Kisbee, a British naval officer who invented the Kisbee Ring, now known colloquially as the “lifesaver.” Guests can take the elevator up to the ninth floor, gaze at 360-degree views of downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountains and enjoy a selection of custom-labeled, house-canned cocktails alongside the rooftop’s 75-foot lap pool. Favorite canned libations include: The Lieutenant, a play on a classic mojito using simple syrup made from mint Lifesavers, another nod to Thomas Kisbee; The Outrigger, a Mile High City Mai Tai, made with local Colorado vodka; and The Catamaran, an iconic pineapple swizzle in which the Caribbean meets Cherry Creek, among others. Alongside the cocktails, enjoy light bites from award-winning executive chef Paul Nagan, such as chile lime popcorn, elote-style loaded guacamole, Cuban-style ceviche and more.
- Instagrammable Art: With its marquee, color-changing neon art installation from acclaimed Denver artist Scott Young proclaiming, “I have seen things you would never believe,” to the white-washed bookshelf wallpaper in Narrative, the restaurant just steps away from the hotel’s lobby, The Jacquard offers some of the best backdrops for the selfie-inclined. A popular, can’t miss spot is the newly-added bright red, life-sized doorman sculpture, welcoming guests with an enigmatic, mischievous smile.
- Celebrate “National Picnic Month” in style: The Jacquard Hotel & Rooftop is just minutes away from one of Denver’s can’t miss cultural attractions, the Denver Botanic Gardens. In celebration of its summer exhibit, Human I Nature: Figures from the Craig Ponzio Sculpture Collection, guests can explore the human form in both classical and abstract styles with a new package, “Flowers, Figures and Fromage.” Using the complimentary Tesla Model X house car, guests can enjoy a picnic from Narrative at the Denver Botanic Gardens, where they’ll find inspiration from Ponzio’s work and the expansive gardens. From there, they’ll be encouraged to explore their own human figure through movement at local Cherry Creek studios including Ballroom and Beyond and StretchLab Cherry Creek.
- Rosé From Around the World at Kisbee on the Roof: Just because you’re ready to say, “yes way, rosé,” doesn’t mean you have to be bored by the variety. Restaurant general manager Chris Willers has curated a wide selection of rosé wine varietals from around the world. In addition to perfectly pink selections from California, Italy and France, the menu also features rare features from Greece and even a rosé Japanese sake.
- Peloton Bikes In-Suite: Each of the hotel’s three suites come equipped with their own Peloton bike, providing guests with the most convenient and immersive indoor cycling experience, including streaming daily live classes from Peloton’s NYC studio. Guests not staying in one of the hotel’s suites can enjoy a Peloton bike in the hotel’s spacious, window-lined fitness room.