Known as the mile-high city, Denver, Colorado will leave you giddy—and that's not just because of its 5,280-foot altitude. Cradled by one of America's treasures, the Rocky Mountains, Denver has a sophisticated, big-city vibe that's made even more enjoyable by its proud pioneer history. A mix of the old and the new, from the historic Union Station to the eclectic 16th Street Mall, the city always enchants—and if you book one of the many hotels in downtown Denver, you'll be right in the middle of all the action.
If you love exciting urban centers filled with trendy shops and outdoor entertainment, then the 16th Street Mall is for you. Located in the heart of downtown, this huge pedestrian boulevard offers a wealth of both local and nationally-owned retailers and restaurants, as well as street performers who add to the carnival-like atmosphere. If you love natural beauty, you'll want to drive west along historic I-70, which is considered one of the country's most scenic highways. Along the way, you'll see flocks of bighorn sheep, and even a protected herd of wild buffalo. Keep going for about 90 minutes, and you'll reach Colorado's famed High Country, the state's gateway to the spectacular Rocky Mountains, where you can enjoy everything from rock climbing to some of the nation's best ski resorts. It seems a million miles away, but you're still always just a short distance from a hotel near downtown Denver.
From the urban enjoyments of historic downtown, to the splendors and outdoor pleasures of the nearby Rocky Mountains, Denver has it all. Travelocity can help you find a Denver flight that's ideal for your schedule, and also help you book vacation packages to Denver for an unforgettable trip. Plus, you can get mobile exclusive deals on the Travelocity app to help you find downtown Denver hotels. From skiing and hiking, to shopping and nightclubbing, Denver—and its altitude—will leave you breathless in the most enjoyable way.
All set to explore Denver? We recommend starting with some of the area's interesting local attractions, such as Coors Field, United States Mint and Pepsi Center.
The Downtown Denver area is near to a few popular sights, such as United States Mint and Denver Art Museum.
Travelocity offers a wide range of accommodation options close to United States Mint. Choose from the Staybridge Suites Denver Downtown, the Hyatt House Denver Downtown, the Hyatt Place Denver Downtown, the Crowne Plaza Denver and the Hilton Garden Inn Denver Downtown.
Got some extra time up your sleeve while you're in Downtown Denver? 16th Street Mall is well worth adding to your vacation itinerary.If you want to stay just a hop, skip and a jump from this local hotspot, check out the rooms at the Super 8 by Wyndham Denver Midtown, the Denver Delight-Sleeps 6, the Modern - Walk to Mile High Stadium - Roof Deck, the Le Meridien Denver Downtown or the Hostel Fish.Searching for more to keep you occupied? Paramount Theater is sure to fascinate visitors of all ages and stages.Eager to stay near this traveler favorite? There are lots of lodging options in the surrounding area. Your choices include the Union Station Executive Suite, the Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Downtown-Convention Center, the Champa St Home by Better Vacations, the Embassy Suites Denver-Downtown/Convention Center and the Remodeled City Park Mansion Sleeps 16.
With a large assortment of hotels in Downtown Denver, finding the right place to stay should be a breeze. If value for money is a priority, take a look at the Hostel Fish or the 11th Avenue Hostel.
For a taste of luxury and excellent service, check in at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center or the Magnolia Hotel Denver, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel. These upmarket options are perfect for those who appreciate the finer things in life.
A few other popular hotels to bear in mind are the Aloft Denver Downtown and the Embassy Suites Denver-Downtown/Convention Center. They're also not far from the center of town.