Hyatt Place Denver / Downtown is the ideal starting point for your modern urban adventure, with a variety of cultural landmarks, live entertainment and popular restaurants. Or enjoy great shopping at local hotspots like the 16th Street Mall, all within walking distance from the hotel.
Enjoy a day of family fun at Denver Pavilions, an open-air shopping and entertainment complex with more than 40 shops and restaurants, a 15-screen movie theater, an arcade, and Lucky Strike bowling alley.
Stroll down this mile-long pedestrian-friendly mall packed with shops, restaurants—including 42 outdoor cafés—and attractions like the D&F Tower, a two-thirds replica of the Campanile of St. Mark's in Venice, Italy, that has stood tall since 1909.
Home to the Denver Broncos of the NFL, the stadium opened in 2001 and has hosted numerous events including concerts and soccer games. It features a retractable roof and offers stunning views of the Rocky Mountains.
Denver's home for touring broadway shows, local productions, and a host of unique theater experiences, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts delivers a tour de force of live entertainment just blocks from the hotel.
Built in 1930, the historic Paramount Theatre is a vibrant, multi-event facility where guests enjoy a wide variety of entertainment options including rock concerts, dance performances, comedy, lectures, movies, and Wurlitzer organ performances.
The museum has a collection of over 70,000 works of art from around the world, including pieces from ancient to contemporary times. The museum features exhibits on a wide range of art forms, including painting, sculpture, photography, and textiles.
The natural history and science museum features exhibits on topics such as earth sciences, space, animals, and human cultures. The museum also offers hands-on activities, educational programs, and a planetarium.
A hands-on learning center for children featuring interactive exhibits and programs designed to promote learning and play. The museum also offers classes, workshops, and events for families and school groups.
This 23-acre garden features lush flora from across the world in six uniquely designed gardens designed to educate and inspire. Spend the day exploring the grounds or stop by for a colorful lunch at one of two on-site restaurants.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a world-famous outdoor concert venue set amidst stunning natural red rock formations. Hailed as one of the most beautiful concert venues in the world, it is a must-see destination when visiting the Denver area.
An immersive art installation featuring interactive exhibits, mind-bending art installations, and secret passageways that transport visitors to alternate realities. Open year round for art and adventure seekers.
Home to over 3,500 animals representing more than 450 species from around the world. The zoo features exhibits on a wide range of ecosystems, including African savannas, tropical rainforests, and polar regions.
Located in downtown Denver, the aquarium features over 500 species of marine life, including sharks, stingrays, and fish from around the world. The aquarium offers interactive exhibits, a 4D theater, and daily animal encounters.
A popular spot for brunch, lunch, and dinner, Corinne is known for its chic, urban ambiance and warm hospitality. Corinne is a modern American restaurant featuring a menu that emphasizes locally sourced ingredients and classic dishes with a twist.
This employee-owned gastronomic wonderland features an eclectic menu of American comfort fare, steakhouse favorites, seasonal seafood, gourmet bites, cold beers, craft cocktails, a lengthy wine list, and nightly live music.