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Downtown Boise’s new ‘rustic’ hotel opens with rooftop coffee, supper club and cocktails

After two years of construction, downtown Boise’s newest boutique hotel opened Tuesday with a restaurant, cafe and rooftop bar.

The eight-story, 122-room Renegade Hotel, located at 1110 W. Grove St., near Jack’s Urban Meeting Place, combines a rustic aesthetic with modern amenities, according to a news release from Geronimo Hospitality Group.

“The opening of Hotel Renegade highlights the best of Boise and offers guests near and far a new way to stay downtown,” Jussi Santa, general manager of Hotel Renegade, said in the release. .

According to Santa, the hotel offers a “unique blend of luxury where rustic meets refined.”

The eight-story Renegade Hotel has a rooftop gazebo on its southeast corner.The eight-story Renegade Hotel has a rooftop gazebo on its southeast corner.

The eight-story Renegade Hotel has a rooftop gazebo on its southeast corner.

The hotel attempts to blend a rustic aesthetic with modern amenities.The hotel attempts to blend a rustic aesthetic with modern amenities.

The hotel attempts to blend a rustic aesthetic with modern amenities.

Geronimo Hospitality Group partnered with Hendricks Commercial Properties, both of Wisconsin, to develop the Renegade Hotel. Hendricks also developed the Warehouse Food Hall at 370 S. 8th St. in downtown Boise.

Amenities include a fitness center, room service, 5,100 square feet of flexible event space including seven private event rooms and a rooftop ballroom, according to the press release.

Filled with hardwood and marble floors, the Renegade Hotel has 100 classic rooms with one king or two queen beds and 22 suites with six floor plans, according to an earlier report by the Idaho Statesman.

A guest bedroom.  All rooms include Bluetooth speakers, a 65-inch TV and a minibar.A guest bedroom.  All rooms include Bluetooth speakers, a 65-inch TV and a minibar.

A guest bedroom. All rooms include Bluetooth speakers, a 65-inch TV and a minibar.

Most rooms cost between $289 and $999, but the 1,313-square-foot, seventh-floor Pend d’Oreille Penthouse Suite costs up to $2,999 per night, according to the hotel’s website. Renegade Hotel.

All rooms include Bluetooth speakers, 65-inch TVs and minibars, according to the release.

The hotel opened alongside three dining options, including Baraboo Supper Club, Highlander Rooftop Bar and Blue Collar Coffee Co.

The hotel's Baraboo Supper Club is inspired by Wisconsin and offers relish platters, premium toppings and boozy ice cream.The hotel's Baraboo Supper Club is inspired by Wisconsin and offers relish platters, premium toppings and boozy ice cream.

The hotel’s Baraboo Supper Club is inspired by Wisconsin and offers relish platters, premium toppings and boozy ice cream.

Each option includes its own food menus, with the Wisconsin-inspired Baraboo Supper Club steakhouse offering relish platters, premium sides and frozen alcoholic drinks, according to an earlier Statesman report. The Baraboo Supper Club will be open daily from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

On the ground floor, Blue Collar Coffee Co. offers espressos, java drinks, tea and smoothies, breakfast sandwiches and burritos, according to an earlier Statesman report.

Blue Collar Coffee Co. offers espressos, java drinks, tea and smoothies, breakfast sandwiches and burritos.Blue Collar Coffee Co. offers espressos, java drinks, tea and smoothies, breakfast sandwiches and burritos.

Blue Collar Coffee Co. offers espressos, java drinks, tea and smoothies, breakfast sandwiches and burritos.

On the top floor, the Highlander Rooftop Bar is a “sexy, cool cocktail bar,” sales manager Casseopia Quick previously told the Statesman. It includes views of downtown Boise and can accommodate a total of 118 people indoors and outdoors, with fire pits and heaters in the outdoor patio.

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