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Denver, CO Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 111
Total Sleeping Rooms 21,531
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,231
Committable Meeting Rooms* 63
Convention Center Space 2,200,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 584,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 85,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $173
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $69
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $142
*Maximum for a single hotel

Denver, CO Things to Do and Attractions

Denver, CO Places of Interest

It would take many, many weekends to fully explore and appreciate all of Denver's cultural, historical and recreational offerings. Outdoors lovers will find an endless variety of hiking trails and green spaces to enjoy, and those more inclined to art

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Coors Field

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Opened on April 26, 1995, Coors Field is a 50,000-seat stadium that is home to the Colorado Rockies, Denver's Major League Baseball team. Named after the Coors Brewing Company located in Golden, Colorado, the 76-acre is located in Denver's lower

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Denver Art Museum

Located on the edge of Civic Center park, the Denver Art Museum is known both locally and around the world for its excellent collection of American Indian art. The museum houses eight curatorial departments, including architecture, New World, Western

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Denver Botanic Gardens

Denver Botanic Gardens has been one of Denver's most popular tourist destinations since its construction over five decades ago. The gardens are a visual feast for the eyes, and they serve as an outstanding educational resource for local schools and

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Museo de las Americas

This fascinating museum can be found in the center of Denver's exciting Art District on Santa Fe. Founded in 1991 as a nonprofit museum, Museo del las Americas prides itself on preserving, supporting and presenting a wide variety of Latino culture

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16th Street Mall

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When most locals are asked, "What should I see in Denver?" the 16th Street Mall is invariably at the top of that long list. Winding through the heart of Denver's downtown area, the 16th Street Mall is a marvelous, mile-long pedestrian walkway shaded

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Adventures Out West

Hot air balloon rides over Denver and the surrounding areas are a very popular activity in the city. Adventures Out West offers just that, as well as a host of other adventures including Jeep tours in both Boulder and on Pikes Peak, white-water

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ATS Helicopter Services

Viewing Denver from the air is one of the best ways to appreciate the city's geography and layout. There's never a bad time to experience a helicopter ride over Denver, but fall and winter are particularly beautiful times to fly. At night, visitors

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Denver Adventures

Outdoors lovers will enjoy the tours and outings of Denver Adventures, which take groups of all sizes to hike and bike some of the country's greatest trails. The majority of the trails and tours are no more than 30 minutes outsides of Denver proper,

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Denver History Tours

Denver is full of fascinating history, from its Victorian and Gold Rush beginnings to its expansion to a city of skyscrapers in the 1970s. Denver History Tours allows guests to choose from a large number of tours including the Haunted Houses of

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Denver Sports Teams

A discussion of Denver's entertainment options is not complete without at least a passing mention of the city's outstanding sports heritage. Denver is home to no less than six sports stadiums as well as seven professional - and very successful -

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El Chapultepec

You can find this fun and historic venue in the popular LoDo neighborhood. El Chapultapec has been around since 1951, serving as host to numerous big acts including the likes of Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra. While El Chapultepec is a small,

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Larimer Square

Larimer Square is a hip, trendy one-block area of Denver located on the city's oldest street, much of which dates back to the mid-19th century. Once on the endangered species list in the 1960s, the square has since been saved, renovated and marketed

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LoDo (Lower Downtown)

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Located on the northern edge of downtown Denver, LoDo offers one of the nation's greatest concentrations of Victorian buildings and warehouses, most of which have been renovated into house lofts, restaurants, art galleries, offices and shops. LoDo is

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Red Rocks Amphitheater

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Only 15 miles west of Denver, Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a stunning testament to the beauty of Nature. Completely geologically formed, this 9,500 seat natural outdoor arena was gently carved out of huge, 500-foot (152 meters) high, red sandstone

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Riverfront Park

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Riverfront Park is truly one of Denver's gems. This large recreational and park area borders the South Platte River. Carefully restored and cleaned up after years of neglect, the area has blossomed into one of Denver's most popular recreation sites

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Art District on Santa Fe

The Santa Fe Art District is comprised of six blocks of beautiful art galleries, more than 40 in all. The area is Colorado's largest area devoted specifically to art galleries, all of which are housed between 5th and 10th Avenues in stately historic

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The Coors Brewery

Denver has a popular beer and microbrewery scene, and in fact, Colorado brews more beer than any other state - and the Golden brewery makes more brew than any other place on Earth. Not surprisingly, then, Denver is home to the famous Coors Brewery,

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Barolo Grill

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Barolo is one of Denver's most well-known restaurants. It's a popular choice for those looking for a very high class establishment and also for those who are searching for a sophisticated nightlife scene. Inside, a fireplace is a nice touch, adding

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Brook's Steak House

Brook's Steak House has been routinely rated as one of Colorado's best steak houses, though it's also known for its Colorado Lamb as well as South Australian Lobster, when it's in season. A classy interior is highlighted by a sunken dining room

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Sushi Den

Patrons wary about trying sushi when they are hundreds of miles from the nearest ocean will be highly impressed with this restaurant. Sushi Den has received numerous awards and accolades for its exceptional sushi, and it's routinely rated as being

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Vesta Dipping Grill

Vesta Dipping Grill continues to be rated as one of Denver's top restaurants, and the menu has alternately been described as fusion, world grill cuisine, funky, friendly and unique. The restaurant's name comes from Vesta, the Goddess of the Hearth, a

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Children's Museum of Denver

The Children's Museum of Denver opened in 1973 in a converted school bus. The museum quickly outgrew its original digs and moved into a building on Bannock Street in 1975. The current location, built in 1984, lies along the Platte River near the

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Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Located in City Park, less than three miles from downtown, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is the biggest museum of its type in the entire Rocky Mountain area. Beautiful dioramas and special exhibits educate visitors about six different areas

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Elitch Gardens

Elitch Gardens is a popular theme and amusement park set in the heart of downtown Denver, where it's been since 1995. Fans of thrill rides will enjoy the wide variety of adrenaline-pumping options here. Some of the more popular rides include the

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Downtown Aquarium

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This highly popular attraction is the largest of its kind between Chicago and Monterey, California. With a location nowhere near a large body of water, the aquarium's exhibits focus greatly on the interaction between local inland freshwater systems

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The Denver Zoo

The Denver Zoo is the reportedly Denver's most popular tourist attraction with over 1.7 million animal lovers strolling its grounds every year. Conservation and educating the public about the environment are among the zoo's key goals, reflected in

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Fox Hollow at Lakewood Golf Course

The Denver area has dozens of beautiful golf courses to choose from, and Fox Hollow is without a doubt one of the best. Golfers are never far from nature on this course, which features views of the Rocky Mountains, scenic streams and open vistas.

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Rocky Mountain National Park

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When many visitors think of Denver and Colorado, they think of Rocky Mountain National Park, and luckily, it's just over 70 miles away from the city. In addition to the park's stunning natural beauty, there is an impressive manmade attraction as

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Winter Park Resort

Snow bunnies visiting Denver for work revel in the fact that the city has its own ski area called Winter Park Resort. Getting there is a breeze on the aptly named Ski Train, America's biggest passenger train, which takes off from Union Station on the

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