Hyatt Place Denver South

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

9030 East Westview Road, (formerly AmeriSuites), Lone Tree, Colorado, 80124, United States
Hyatt Place Denver South
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  • Business70

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First time in Denver

by raenbows

hey everyone,
Heading over to the USA and spending about 4 days in Denver in Sept(and surrounding area). Can anyone suggest some different things to visit there. Happy to get out of the hub of the city for day trips. Also anyone got any good ideas for places to stay close to the metro area. With the dollar the way it is against ours anything relative cheap but clean would be great.
Also are the big ticketed items in Denver worth seeing???

Re: First time in Denver

by culysue39

My sister live in Denver I've there several times I would say the museum of natural science is a must. The Denver zoo Is very nice.

Downtown Denver has a great nightlife for any age (within drinking age off course)

Comedy works is cool
Let see Hiking in the mountains is absolutely amazing, Head Up to Boulder and check out pearls street.

Gee That's all I got

Safe trip

Re: First time in Denver

by X-mas

A few years ago I was in Denver. I visit in Golden the Coors brewery which was a very nice visit. I also visit lookout mountain, the grave of Buffalo Bill.
And of course the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden. Have a look at the stairs of the Capitol, you will see a big nail with the Mile High inscription.
Hope you will have a nice time in Denver and around the city.

Re: First time in Denver

by balhannah

We enjoyed Vail, a beautiful village in very pretty surroundings, its about 100miles away, a scenic drive to get there with very good roads. For some information on day trips, try this website

Re: First time in Denver

by bocmaxima

Are you renting a car?
When I'm in Denver and don't want to spend any money, I go on Hotwire and get a place in the Tech Center. The hotels there are all fairly new, very cheap ($20-40/night) and generally walking distance to a light rail station.
Outside of the metro area, there's just so much. Boulder, Colorado Springs, Rocky Mountain National Park, Fort Collins (mostly for beer), Golden Gate State Park, Breckenridge, etc.
What are the "big ticket" items? The state capitol and US mint are kinda cool. You also should get out to Golden for the Coors Brewery tour, as long as you have a car. City Park. Several art museums around also.

Re: First time in Denver

by painterdave

Take some time to see my travel pages on things to see in Denver area.

Estes Park... also called Rocky Mountain National Park. wild animals, peaks and more.
See the Mint
See the Capitol
and if you are driving west, see Glenwood Springs and visit the hot springs pool.
Coors Brewery
Buffalo Bill's grave and museum
Dont stay in motels along Colfax on the west side of Denver
Have fun

Travel Tips for Denver


by denver1982

The people are so friendly (nicest in the nation) and laid-back. Denver is a very neighbrhood oriented town with many different ethnic groups (large russian, croatian, mexican, central american, korean, vietnamesse population)

Crime: Denver has a very, very low crime rate.
Crime happens, but very little compared to other cities of similar size (Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Seattle)
etc: Denver police are very, very strict

Transit: Denver(local) 1 dollar, express 2 dollars, regional 4 dollars
Most routes: run from 5am-1am: regionals stop at 11pm
B&C LINE LIGHT RAIL,15 EAST COLFAX, 30/31 FEDERAL, 0 BROADWAY(auraria to littleton) run 24hrs

Arts: denver is big on arts

cost of living: rents range from around 400 dollars for a small studio in aurora and commerce city to what ive heard over a 1000 for the same tiny unit in central denver and capitol hill

weather: January average high 45 July average high 90. dry climate

education: Okay, similar to a city of similar size

jobs: boom-bust. Denver is a boom-bust city,
Unemployment can be far-below the national average or far-above. I grew up on the east side of Denver, before moving to Nebraska when I was 17. Growing up, everybody knew everybody in the neighborhood which is rare for a city in a metro area of 3 million people

The Auraria Campus

by OlenaKyiv

The Auraria Campus is not an ordinary campus, and I will explain why. If an ordinary campus has students of the same institution (college or university), the Auraria Campus, located in the downtown of Denver adjoint to Speer Boulevard and Auraria street, gives you a choice of three:
- University of Colorado in Denver;
- Metropolitan State College of Denver;
- Community College in Denver.

Some students take classes of each of the institutions, some graduate from each of them waking a path from associate degree to PhD. You will never know wether a student on capmus is a CU student or Metro student, unless they were a T-shirt with a school's logo. However, I think even in this case, there is some uncertanty.

Students also use the same library (Auraria Library), same student center (Tivoli) and other facilities on Campus.

The Auraria Campus - St. Cajetan's Center

by OlenaKyiv

The Spanish Colonial St. Cajetan’s Church, built in l925, was one of three Catholic churches within a six block radius in the Auraria neighborhood. St. Cajetan’s served as the focus of Auraria’s Spanish-speaking community until 1973, when construction of the Auraria Campus forced the parish to relocate. The landmark church now serves as a multi- purpose auditorium for lectures, concerts, recitals and other community events.

It locates on the West part of the campus near King Center (campus facility).

Denver Central Library building

by OlenaKyiv

In 1990, 75 % of the city's voters approved a $91.6 million bond issue to build a new Central Library and renovate, expand or build new branch library buildings. A 540,000 square-foot Central Library, the design of world-renowned Michael Graves and the Denver firm of Klipp Colussy Jenks DuBois, opened in 1995.
Branch improvements were also complete by 1995.

Denver Library website I like the design of Denver Central Library. The colorful walls and cube-built shaps of the building give make it not so boring as library so ofter assumed to be. I also would encourage you to look behind the door of the library and even walk in the hall. The inside interior looks splendid.

Waterton Canyon Trail

by OlenaKyiv

Waterton Canyon is very beautiful place for biking. The path lies in canyon along the mountain creek. You will enjoy the views of mountains and the beauty of nature. The path is good for beginner, especially for families, because the road is wide, the slopes are not high. Plus you will see a lot of families there with children on bykes with their parents. But it shouldn't stop the advanced bykers, because the path ends with long uphill road. I did only a half of it, believe me, it was tough

The path also is good for hiking, but pay an attention that path is not a concrete. You may take fishing poles. I saw many fishermen over there with their poles. They get to the creek on bikes, so you migh do both things for pleasure - biking and fishing


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 Hyatt Place Denver South

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Address: 9030 East Westview Road, (formerly AmeriSuites), Lone Tree, Colorado, 80124, United States