Located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, the Patterson Inn is a 19th century landmark hotel that’s historically designed, offers nine suites, and is, apparently, haunted. A prior mansion that was home to some of Denver’s most affluent citizens that have been reported to be seen haunting the rooms and halls.
Perhaps you’ll be able to toke up with some of these haunted figures in the brand new Steampunk-inspired marijuana parlor the owner, Chris Chiari, is planning to build for social smokers in the hotel. And while the hotel is hospitable to smoking, marijuana use is only allowed within the parlor and not in any of the suites or rooms, and is not for sale on the property. Instead, guests will have to bring their own purchased from a nearby dispensary.
The Patterson Inn is the first hotel but the third business in Denver overall to be approved. Tetra Lounge is Denver’s consumption lounge that also celebrates music and art, and The Coffee Joint, the first licensed marijuana consumption space.
Plans for the Patterson Inn were just announced, but we’ll update you on this project along the way.
Where: 420 East 11th Avenue