FARGO, N.D. • Jasper Hotel, a new 125-room boutique hotel in downtown Fargo, will open this spring.
The hotel is inspired by its namesake, according to information from the company, Jasper B. Chapin, fourth mayor and hotelier who embodied the pioneer spirit of adventure and hospitality.
At the heart of downtown Fargo, located in the Block-9 tower, the Jasper Hotel will feature localized design, thoughtful services, a flagship restaurant, and access to the many amenities of a thriving downtown experience.
“The opening of Jasper Hotel and Rosewild restaurant, café, and lounge is another important step to the rebirth and transformation of downtown Fargo,” Mike Allmendinger, president of Kilbourne Group, said in a statement announcing the hotel. “The hotel design and atmosphere will be a perfect fit to the urban and culturl experiences you can only have in downtown Fargo.”
Jasper Hotel will be the newest addition to Aparium Hotel Group’s growing boutique and award-winning hotel portfolio. Since its inception, Aparium has offered a new kind of hotel development — one that ventures off the beaten path, both geographically and philosophically.
The guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of the city and prairie. The stunning Continental Ballroom, located on the fifth floor, accommodates 250-guests, and is surrounded by a 1,500 square-foot outdoor terrace. It also will have a state-of-the-art fitness facility with Peloton equipment.
Jasper Hotel opens onto the recently launched Broadway Square, Fargo’s new community plaza, featuring seasonal ice skating, live music, outdoor festivals, and special events.
Rosewild’s Executive Chef Austin Covert highlights rustic-Nordic cuisine, partnering with regional farmers and purveyors to source local ingredients.
“Jasper Hotel captures the wonderful spirit of Fargo and will deliver a unique level of service,” said General Manager Mary Orlando. “We look forward to welcoming our guests to Jasper Hotel, where they can experience the true character of Fargo’s past, authenticity of the present, and anticipation of an inspired future.”