The Rally Hotel: A Grand Slam for Baseball Fans

With subtle nods to the Rockies, The Rally Hotel is a grand slam for baseball fans.

The Rally Hotel exterior
Photo courtesy of The Rally Hotel.

Step up to the plate and get ready for a home run of a stay at The Rally Hotel, where baseball and luxury converge in Denver’s McGregor Square. This is no ordinary hotel; it’s a temple of baseball, a shrine to the Colorado Rockies. The Rally embodies the dynamism of modern hospitality and celebrates America’s favorite pastime in every detail—without crossing the line between contemporary and kitschy.

Follow the winding white brick path from Wazee to Wynkoop and it will lead you to a space that is both elegant and playful, both classic and cool. From the red-brick exterior that echoes the neighborhood’s warehouse architecture to the plaid carpeting in the guest rooms that pays homage to the Rockies’ colors, The Rally is a masterclass in subtle themed design. Leather panel walls in the lobby cafe and top-stitched leather wall panels signal a well-worn baseball glove and laces, and the reception desk is made of lathed wood elements referencing bats. Rounding out the ground floor collection are signed baseballs, batting hats, and home plates from Opening Days past, all ensconced in museum-like glass cases.

But The Rally is not a museum; it’s a place to play and stay. The hotel’s 182 rooms and suites are outfitted with plush furnishings, classic textures, and subtle sporty references. Leather headboards will make you feel like you’re curled up in a catcher’s mitt, while perforated minibar and wardrobe doors conjure up scenes in a locker room. Even the mismatched denim chairs were inspired by old baseball movies. And from the Skybridge Rooftop & Plunge Pool, there’s a near bird’s-eye view of Coors Field among the panoramic perspective.

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The Rally is not just a hotel; it’s a rallying cry for the Rockies and their fans. It’s a place where you can feel the energy of the ballpark even when you’re not in the stands. There’s something about baseball that feels like magic—the smell of the grass, the feel of the dirt, the crack of the bat. The Rally captures that magic and amplifies it, creating a destination that is as unforgettable as a home run.

The Rally Bar
Photo courtesy of The Rally Hotel.


The Rally’s food and beverage options hit it out of the park. The OG reinvents brunch classics with playful cues of Americana, like the short rib eggs Benedict. Hotel guests get a complimentary order of cinnamon croughnuts at The OG, a daily drip coffee and souvenir Rockies helmet ice cream from The Grandstand Café, and s’mores kits are available at the front desk after dark. For the daily social hour, head to The Rally Bar for yummy cocktails amid a sleek modern design, complete with a magnificent chandelier in the shape of a “C” as an ode to the Colorado Rockies.

McGregor Square
Photo courtesy of Visit Denver.


National Ballpark Museum

Discover a trove of baseball treasures at this nearby cultural center, recognized as one of the world’s top 20 private baseball collections by Smithsonian Books. With an impressive array of artifacts from the original 14 classic ballparks, it’s the only museum dedicated to baseball stadiums in the world—and it’s just 0.3 miles from The Rally, on Blake Street in LoDo.

McGregor Square

The Rally hotel anchors Denver’s newest microdistrict, where a large central plaza features a stadium-sized screen so you can catch the Rockies game. A hub of activity, the square’s three buildings (hotel, residence, and office towers) house the Milepost Zero food hall, a Tattered Cover book store, Tom’s Watch Bar, and so many more great spots, making it the perfect place for work, play, and everything in between.

The Rally Hotel guest room
Photo courtesy of The Rally Hotel.

Opening Day Special

Steps away from Coors Field, The Rally Hotel’s Game On Package includes two tickets to a Rockies home game on the day of guest’s arrival, and a $50 credit to be used at any of the onsite dining concepts—The OG, the Rally Bar or the Grandstand Café. Reservations for this ultimate baseball fan experience can be booked here.