Take a break from your routine and discover all of the fun things to do in downtown Denver when you stay at the Hyatt Regency Denver. Our business-friendly hotel is perfectly situated in the Denver Theater District one block from 16th Street Mall, giving you easy access to exciting local attractions. From intriguing shops and sports arenas to top winter ski resorts, you can enjoy it all. Hyatt Regency Denver also offers a variety of recreational activities for you to enjoy at the hotel. Take a dip in the heated indoor lap pool, workout in our StayFit™ Gym, or schedule a treatment at Spa Universaire.
Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
This naturally created, perfectly acoustical, phenomenon is an incredible spot to view a summer concert. Constructed between two 300-foot tall rocks, this amphitheater provides a beautiful backdrop for concerts ranging from classical to country to hard rock.
The Denver Coliseum offers a warm, friendly environment for families to share exciting performances. See the circus, Native American pow-wows, rodeos, motor shows, concerts, dances and more. The Coliseum is also home to the National Western Stock Show.
Less than one mile from the hotel. Colorado’s home for the professional basketball and a not-to-be-missed entertainment line-up of world touring concerts. Easily accessible with free shuttle service along the way.
With the hotel located in the Denver Theatre District, the best entertainment venues are just a couple of blocks away. Ellie Caulkins, Boettcher Concert Hall and Buell Theatre are part of this internationally renowned arts and entertainment complex. Your stay at Hyatt Regency Denver makes seeing a show seamless.
The entertainment and dining complex features a public aquarium boasting more than a million gallons of underwater exhibits. Downtown Aquarium houses over 500 species of animals, the interactive Stingray Reef touch tank, Aquarium Restaurant and the Dive Lounge.
Home of the Colorado Legislature, our capitol building is one of the key features in the memorable Denver skyline. The capitol building was built in the 1890’s and in 1908 they used 24 karat gold to plate the dome.
A 23-acre urban oasis which is one of the top-ranked botanical gardens in the US and features magnificent plants from all corners of the world. Denver Botanic Gardens offers spectacular plant displays, unlimited opportunities for lifelong learning and research that helps preserve Colorado’s precious natural resources.
Travel two miles to Denver football, lacrosse and high-profile concerts. Here you’ll find the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame that takes a look into Denver’s rich sports history and those who achieved excellence. There are over 6,500 on-site parking spaces and 12,000 off-site making the short ride convenient for drivers.
Enjoy professional baseball and a scenic eleven block stroll through the heart of the city. Or, hop aboard the free 16th Street Mall ride. Visit the Hall of History and see over 8000 baseball artifacts. The 865 purple seats on the upper deck are exactly 5,280 feet, one mile, above sea level.