Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Tech Center

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

5001 South Ulster St., Formerly Hawthorn Suites, Denver, Colorado, 80237, United States
Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Tech Center
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Traveling to Denver 8/27-29 for Obama Speech on the 28th, need lodging

by vlherring

my husband and I have credentials to attend the speech at Invesco Field on the 28th and I've looked all over Denver for lodging but it's really expensive [$300+] or nonexistent. I'm okay with B&Bs or Inns and even staying outside Denver if it would make sense in terms of transportation = I gather there is a Light Rail that goes to the south and if so, maybe we could lodge down there and take the rail in? Any suggestions or ideas, search engines don't come up with anything that will work. Thanks much.

Re: Traveling to Denver 8/27-29 for Obama Speech on the 28th, need lodging

by bocmaxima

Well, considering that the Democratic National Convention is going on in Denver then, the hotels are going to be either full or ridiculously priced this late in the game.
There are a few hotels in the Tech Center area that are very near to the light rail, but even those are either full or close to $300.
You could stay in Fort Collins or Colorado Springs and either drive or take a shuttle in each day, but that may not work for you. Even Boulder (30 miles away) appears to be overpriced for that date right now.

Re: Traveling to Denver 8/27-29 for Obama Speech on the 28th, need lodging

by powderfan

Try going west. Some of the hibernating ski resort will have excellent lodging for out-of-season rates. Try Keystone/Breckenridge/Frisco. It will be an hour drive but well worth escaping the smoggy dirtiness of Denver for the evenings. Colorado Springs would also be much better, but most lodging is booked for that week.

Travel Tips for Denver

see the Denver Zoo. There are...

by srab428

see the Denver Zoo. There are so many cute animals and it doesn't cost that much, but the food stands are costly, so I would pack a lunch.
Plus, there are so many shopping malls. all the parades. There is a parade for every holiday not to menchin parades for all the smaller cities. Like, Lakewood on parade, or the Arvada parade.
My favorite is the Christmas parade called, Parade of Lights. I was in it this year, and I had a blast.

Denver Botanical Gardens

by goingsolo

The well-kept botanical gardens are a short drive from downtown Denver. The gardens have 15,000 species of flora occupying 23 acres and are divided into an alpine garden, a japanese tea garden, a children's garden and a "romantic garden." The botanic garden is intended to be a place of conservation and education where medicinal plants are grown and protected from human activity. The Denver Botanical Gardens are also a scenic and quiet place for a stroll among the colorful flora which grow in the various sections.

Although the gardens are open all year, the best time to visit is during the summer when everything, especially the roses, are in full bloom. Exploring the gardens in May, I was treated to a walk along a brock footpath flanked by empty vases and a dry water channel. There was no smelling the roses in late spring. Children on a school tour seemed to enjoy the series of tunnels and the maze found in the Children's Garden.

The gardens are located at 1005 York Street. For more information, contact 720 865 3500 or visit www.botanicgardens.org.

The Auraria Campus - St. Elizabeth Church

by OlenaKyiv

Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church

Founded in 1878 by German immigrants, St. Elizabeth’s is still an active Catholic parish. The German-Gothic edifice, was modeled after the cathedrals of Europe. Built of rusticated rhyolite (lava rock) quarried at nearby Colorado Springs, the building has a 162' spire.

In the 1960's, after the Second Vatican Council introduced sweeping changes in catholic liturgy, the church interior was completely renovated to its present form. The beautiful stained glass windows were installed at that time.

Address : 1060 St. Francis Way (near Speer Boulevard)
St. Elizabeth Church

Very unpretentious and fun city of Denver

by denver1982

People in Denver as a whole have excellent personalities, I mean I wrote about this once but there is no convincing me otherwise that hands down Denver has the smartest, least pretentious, friendliest people in the country by far..

You will not find stuck-up people in Denver either, people in Denver arent the very materialistic,arrogant,stuck-up type that you will find in a lot of cities (especailly eastern ones, like the one I live in now)

Red Rock Park

by DEBBBEDB

My son and husband took a day trip out to Morrison to Red Rock Park. First they looked at the amphitheatre and then took the Trading Post loop hiking trail to see some of the rock formations. The park admission is free.

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Address: 5001 South Ulster St., Formerly Hawthorn Suites, Denver, Colorado, 80237, United States