Coors Field Suites

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Coors Field Suite Amenities and Details

Coors Field is a state-of-the-art outdoor major league baseball field and is home to the Colorado Rockies baseball team. The first major concert hosted at Coors Field took place in 2016 and since then the venue has become an in-demand destination for many of the top concert tours in the nation.

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How much does it cost to book a Coors Field suite?

Colorado Rockies suites cost $2,000 - $5,000. Popular games, like Opening Day or premium matchups, may cost more, starting at $5,000 for a private suite and increasing depending on the demand. With only a few concerts visiting Coors Field each year, top billing concerts may cost as much as $5,000 for a full private suite.

Contact a SuiteHop event expert for specific details regarding popular games.

Amenities: Premium seating, digital televisions in each suite, VIP entrances, lounge interior seating, refrigerator, and wet bar

Total Suites at Coors Field: 64

Suite Capacity: 12-24 guests

Low RangeLocationHigh Range
$2,000Luxury Suites club level$5,000

For large groups, super suites or party spaces are available and can house groups of up to 150 guests.

Opening Day suites have a much higher range, typically costing upwards of $20,000 for a private suite for the event

Private Suites

What you can expect from a private Coors Field suite experience

Coors Field is the shining gem of the LoDo neighborhood in Denver. Surrounded by the best restaurants and nightlife in Colorado, a trip to the Mile High City wouldn't be complete without taking in a Rockies game at Coors Field.

You can now quickly and easily reserve your Coors Field suite access online with the help of SuiteHop.

Coors Field Suite Amenities

Upon arriving at the ballpark, head directly to the VIP elevators to access the suite levels at Coors Field. Suite ticket holders have access to the full club level at Coors Field where you can access exclusive restrooms, premium bars, and the five-star concession options.

Coors Fields suites are furnished with a sofa and/or sofa chairs, balcony seating, a coffee table, 2 flat-screen televisions, a sound system, refrigerator, ice maker, phone, and buffet area and include a coat closet, carpet inlay, and cherry veneer millwork. All suites are climate-controlled, with great views of the on-field action.

Private Suites at Coors Field include the following amenities:

  • In-suite kitchenette
  • Luxurious large leather couch-like seating
  • Window bar-top seating
  • Access to in-suite catering
  • Ideal for groups up to 20 people
  • Spectacular views of the field

What are the options?

Coors Field can accommodate groups and parties of almost any size. Suite types include:

  • Private Suites 22-52: Seat 12-20 guests
  • Summit Party Suites 53, 54A, 54B, 55A, 55B, 56: Seat 12-75 guests
  • Mezzanine Party Suites 60A-62B: Seats 22-200 guests
  • the Warning Track Party Room: Seats 30-90 guests
  • Super Suites 1-13: Seats 12-500 guests

Some areas of Coors Field can be configured to combine multiple suites for individual games. The standard arrangement has 39 suites that seat 12-20, 2 suites that seat 20-28, 8 suites that seat 22-30, 2 suites that seat 24-40, 4 suites that seat 30-60, and one suite that seats 45-75. A number of suites are designated as “Party Suites,” which are typically better suited to very large groups, are often available for single games (as opposed to full season leases), and sometimes include food and beverage in the cost.

Coors Field FAQs

Your top Coors Field questions answered

Coors Field is the home field to MLB franchise Colorado Rockies. Coors Brewing Company, located in Golden, Colorado, purchased the naming rights prior to the field’s completion in 1995. Coors Field was the first new stadium built in Denver over the six-year period where they vowed to bring professional sports and arena renovation into downtown Denver.

Coors Field is the first new baseball stadium since the Dodgers Stadium was built in 1962. During the construction of Coors Field, dinosaur fossils were discovered when workers were digging. Jokingly, local media suggested that Coors Field be named “Jurassic Park.” That idea never really stuck, however, it did eventually lead to the choosing of the Rockies’ mascot: a triceratops named Dinger.

While most of the seats in Coors Field are green, on the 20th level of the upper deck, the seats are purple, to mark the line where guests are officially one mile above sea level. (Denver is widely known as the “Mile High City” because of this unique elevation.)

Because of the elevation, Coors Field is known as the most hitter-friendly ballpark in the U.S. since the elevation allows the ball to glide easier through the air, thus resulting in more home runs. Because of this, the outfield in Coors Field is larger than any other in the country, to decrease the constant home run potential.

How many suites are there at Coors Field?

Coors Field has 64 total suites available for baseball games and special events. Each private suite can hold between 10-24 people, depending on the suite location and level. Large groups may be best suited to the Super Suites or party areas that can seat up to 100 guests per event.

What amenities can I expect in my Coors Field suite?

Coors Field suites are beautifully furnished with leather couches and cherry wood finishes. Suite ticket holders can enjoy the game from the stadium seating outside the suite or sit at the high-top bar and bask in climate-controlled luxury from inside the suite.

Why should I book my Coors Field suite with SuiteHop?

SuiteHop is an online marketplace providing the most comprehensive details and availability for suite events at Coors Field. With real-time pricing and high attention to customer service, SuiteHop's suite experts will help you from booking your suite all the way through ordering catering for your event.

Can I bring my own food into my suite?

Coors Field is one of the few ballparks in the nation that allows guests to bring snacks and sealed bottles of non-alcoholic beverages into the stadium. On the suite level, this is discouraged as all suites have catering options and packages that can be added to your booking.

When do Coors Field suites open for access?

The suite level at Coors Field opens 90 mins before the start of the game.

How do I get to Coors Field and where do I park?

Coors Field is located in the LoDo area of Denver, Colorado. Ample parking is available in the surrounding ballpark neighborhood or VIP parking passes may be available through your SuiteHop event expert.

Catering 101

Coors Field Catering explained

Aramark is the official exclusive caterer of Coors Field, and their menus provide guests with a comprehensive selection of innovative culinary creations to choose from while they are a guest in a private Coors Field Suite. All food is freshly prepared and delivered straight to your suite.

If you do not wish to order catering for your suite, your guest may access all of the club-level concessions and concessions throughout the main concourse of the stadium. Catering is not required.

Suite Catering Spread

Estimated Colorado Rockies Suite Catering Costs

Full meal with drinks$50 - $75 per guest
Snacks with beer & wine$20 - $50 per guest
Beer & wine alone$25 - $40 per guest

Feeds 20 guests

  • Cracker Jack
  • Kettle-Style Potato Chips
  • Tortilla Chips with Salsa Fresca
  • Colorado Fresh Farmers Market Vegetables
  • All Beef Hot Dogs
  • Chicken Tenders
  • Slider Burgers
  • Chocolate Chunk Cookies
  • 12 Non-Alcoholic Beverages
  • 24 Assorted Beers
  • Wine Varieties

    This menu is based on the 2021 Aramark Menu. Items are subject to availability.
    Pro tip: To lower waste, we recommend ordering fewer beverages upfront. Watch what your guests are consuming and reorder accordingly.

Learn more about in-suite catering at Coors Field catering.

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