When Sage Hospitality was presented with an opportunity in its hometown of Denver, Colorado, that it quickly realized was best suited for an extended-stay hotel, it decided to create a unique product with eclectic twists to differentiate from the established concepts in the marketplace. Enter, Catbird, which Sage President and CEO Walter Isenberg recently told HOTELS he has designs on growing as a new brand.
“River North (RiNo) Art District in Denver is an emerging neighborhood. There’s office and residential spaces, lots of nightlife, great restaurants and bars. We wanted to do something different and had this idea of an extended-stay property, but with a lifestyle component. We developed the brand with that thought,” Isenberg said.
The 165-key hotel blends hotel with home, with its patent-pending rooms with 10-foot-high ceilings, in-room kitchens stocked with high-end housewares and pre-measured spices, custom-made multi-functional furniture and ample storage space. Catbird’s rooms also include lofted beds and high-tech entertainment facilities like 4K ultra HD projectors that project onto screens that drop down in front of large windows. Each floor is also equipped with a water filling station (that dispenses still and sparkling water) and a complimentary laundry service.
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