Colorado Rockies Luxury Seating Amenities and Details
The Colorado Rockies have called Coors Field home since 1995. With over 64 suites, a handful of club sections, and a wide variety of large group options, experiencing the suite life in Denver with family and friends has never been easier.
How much does it cost to book a Colorado Rockies club seat or suite?
Colorado Rockies suites cost $2,500 - $8,000. Rockies club seats can range from $100 per ticket to $1,000 per ticket. Prices will vary depending on the location of the suite, opponent, and date/season.
Contact a SuiteHop event expert for specific details regarding popular games.
Suite 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
Summit Party Suite
Mezzanine Party Suites
Pricing may be higher or lower than listed above depending on the day of the event, time of the event, and matchup. For example, Opening Day suites have a much higher range, typically costing upwards of $20,000 for a private suite for the event.
What you can expect from a Rockies premium seating experience
A trip to the Rocky Mountains wouldn't be complete without a visit to Denver's Ballpark for a Rockies Game. You can now quickly and easily reserve your Rockies suite and club access online with the help of SuiteHop.
Upon arriving at the ballpark, the suite ticket holders can head directly to the VIP elevators to access the suite levels at Coors Field. Suite guests have access to the full club level at Coors Field where they can access exclusive restrooms, premium bars, and the five-star concession options.
Colorado Rockies 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 Colorado Rockies 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 of up to 20 people
- Spectacular views of the field
Colorado Rockies Suite Options
$3,500 - $6,000 | 12-32 Guests
Located on the Suite Level, between the 200 Level and 300 Level, the Infield Suites offer a traditional suite experience for Rockies games. These upscale suites can accommodate groups of 12 to 32 guests. Each guest can enjoy an exclusive entrance into Coors Field, premium food and beverage options, and indoor/outdoor seating options.
$4,200 - $8,000 | 12-500 Guests
Colorado Rockies Super Suites are the most flexible suite option for any party size. Ranging in capacity from 12 to 500 guests, these suites are the perfect option for corporate events. Super suite ticket holders can expect contemporary furnishings, premium food and beverage options, balcony seating with a view of the Rocky Mountains, and retractable glass walls for an open-air experience.
Summit Party Suites
$4,200 - $6,700 | 12-75 Guests
Summit Party Suites at Coors Field is located along the Rockies third baseline with a climate-controlled suite and outdoor balcony seating. Ticket holders for the Summit Party Suite can enter Coors Filed through the exclusive suite holder entrance. Food and beverage options are available and can be enjoyed with the suite's high-top tables and chairs.
Mezzanine Party Suites
$3,800 - $5,000 | 22-60 Guests
Throw a party during a Colorado Rockies game from the Mezzanine Party Suites located in the right field. Like all other Rockies suites, the Mezzanine Suites offer a temperature-controlled suite, outdoor balcony seating, high-top tables and chairs, and multiple flat-screen TVs. All Mezzanine Party Suite ticket holders are encouraged to enter Coors Field through the exclusive suite holder entrance.
Colorado Rockies Club Seat Options
$200 Per Ticket to $1,000 Per Ticket
Experience the Colorado Rockies with the same view as the umpire! Located directly behind home plate, the Rockies Infinity Club seats offer a true luxury experience like no other in the stadium. Infinity Club ticket holders are encouraged to use a private entrance into Coors Field and can access their seats from the tunnel behind home plate. Enjoy the game or concert from extra-padded seats, more comfortable than any other at Coors Field. Club ticket holders can either enjoy food and beverages from their seats with the in-seat wait service or from the exclusive Infinity Club Lounge which offers a complimentary buffet.
$100 Per Ticket to $800 Per Ticket
After renovations to Coors Field in 2014, the Rockies Press Box on the 200 Level was reconfigured to make room for the Press Club. The seats within the Press Club at Coors Field offer padded seats and an incredible view of the field. Ticket holders in the Press Club can enjoy a private entrance into Coors Field and a complimentary pre-game buffet in the Press Club Lounge.
Your top Rockies questions answered
The Rockies are a major league baseball team based out of Denver, Colorado. They play in the National League West division. Experiencing a Rockies game from a luxurious private suite or exclusive club seats gives your group the opportunity to mingle and network while watching the game from the best vantage points in the stadium.
Due to the elevation, Rockies games at Coors Field are known for being one of the most hitter-friendly ballparks in the League. Bring your glove if you have suite tickets because foul balls often land on the suite level!
The Rockies won their only National League West division championship in 2007, and made it to the World Series, only to be swept by the Boston Red Sox in four games.
Historically, Denver had never had a professional major league baseball team until the MLB wanted to expand by two teams in 1991, and joined the Florida Marlins with that expansion. The Rockies name was chosen due to the proximity of the nearby Rocky Mountains, and their opening season was in 1993. Coors Field had yet to be built, so they played their first two seasons at the neighboring Mile High Stadium (home of the Denver Broncos.) Their colors are black, purple, and silver. Their mascot is a triceratops named Dinger, who was chosen as the mascot because many dinosaur fossils were dug up on the site of Coors Field. The dinosaur mascot was in homage to that legacy.
How many suites are available for a Rockies Game?
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.
SuiteHop recommends club seats for parties with 2-8 guests.
What amenities can I expect in my suite?
Colorado Rockies 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.
What can I expect from Colorado Rockies club seats at Coors Field?
Rockies Clubs offer extra-wide, padded seats to enjoy the game. In-seat wait service will be available with select menu items. Each club seat grants ticket holders access to the designated club lounge where guests can typically find upscale dining and drink options.
Why should I book my Colorado Rockies premium seats 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 & club experts will help you from booking your premium seats all the way to 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 Rockies suites open for access?
Coors Field suites open 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.
Rockies Catering explained
Aramark is the official exclusive caterer of Coors Field. Their menus provide guests with a comprehensive selection of innovative culinary creations to enjoy while in a private Coors Field Suite. All food is freshly prepared and delivered straight to your suite.
Catering is only available for private suites and is an additional cost on top of your suite purchase. Catering is not required for your private suite event. If you do not wish to order catering for your suite, your guest may access all of the club-level concessions and any concessions throughout the main concourse of the stadium.
Club seat ticket holders do not have the option to pre-order catering. Club guests may order food and beverages with in-seat wait service, find premium options in the lounge area, or purchase traditional ballpark fare from the club level and main concourse concessions.
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
Recommended Colorado Rockies Suite Catering Menu
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
This menu is based on Coors Field Suite 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 during a Colorado Rockies game at Coors Field.