Stay grand in the heart of downtown. Iconic hiking, biking, and skiing are nearby for outdoor enthusiasts, while sports fans can take in games at Coors Field, Empower Field at Mile High, or Pepsi Center, and 16th Street Mall, the Denver Art Museum, and Larimer Square are close for those who enjoy shopping and the arts.
16th Street Mall is a popular pedestrian promenade. It is lined with historic office buildings, outdoor cafes, restaurants, boutiques, shops, and more. The mile-long mall also offers free shuttle buses for your convenience.
The Denver Zoo is one of the first institutions with natural habitats designed to promote animal welfare. It has been labeled one of the best zoos in the country because of its wide array of wildlife and conservation efforts.
Add some wonder and whimsy to your visit with a trip to the Children’s Museum of Denver. It is fun and educational for both the young and young at heart—with numerous activities and creative hands-on learning experiences.
Enjoy colorful aquatic and geographic exhibits featuring hundreds of species in various habitats, tons of fun learning opportunities, and a full-service restaurant with unobstructed views of the central 50,000-gallon aquarium.
Add a little tranquility to your stay with a trip to Denver Botanic Gardens. This 23-acre urban oasis features exquisite plant life from around the world and has been ranked as one of the best botanic gardens in the U.S.
Discover quintessential Denver without ever leaving downtown. Enjoy 330 pristine acres that perfectly intertwine urban life with the outdoors. You will also find the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and the Denver Zoo on the City Park grounds.
Skyline Park is a beautiful retreat in downtown. Take advantage of family-friendly activities year-round with game nights and live music, Skyline Beer Garden local drafts and street food, and ice skating each winter.
The High Line Canal is 71-mile long and twists through the Denver metro region. Experience a variety of city and nature landscapes throughout its reach from Waterton Canyon in Douglas County to Green Valley Ranch in Northeast Denver.
Denver Performing Arts Complex is home to the DCPA, a Tony Award-winning theatre company, Broadway touring productions, contemporary dance and ballet, a renowned symphony orchestra, internationally acclaimed opera, and more.
This world-renowned park has one of the best views in Colorado. Known for bringing the most iconic talent from around the world, the Red Rocks Amphitheater is a must-see—then round out your experience by taking in one of its amazing trails.
Located in City Park is one of Denver’s most iconic museums. Take a walk through history at Denver Museum of Nature and Science. With everything from dinosaurs to Egyptian mummies, their extensive collection is a must-see for the curious explorer.
Pepsi Center is Denver’s premier venue for taking in a sporting event or concert. Home of the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, Denver Crush, and Colorado Mammoth, Pepsi Center is located in Denver’s lower downtown district.
Empower Field at Mile High, home to the Denver Broncos, offers beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains to the west and the Denver skyline to the east, a focal point on the Denver skyline and a proud symbol of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region.
Coors Field is home to the Colorado Rockies, Colorado’s premier MLB team. Located in Denver's lower downtown district, fans sitting in the first base and right field areas can take in pristine views of the Rocky Mountains as an added bonus.
Grand Hyatt Denver puts you in close proximity to some of the best slopes in the world. Plan a day trip to Breckenridge or Vail Mountain or check out one of the closer ski resorts like Echo Mountain and Loveland for skiing, snowboarding, and more.