Red Lion Denver Central

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

4040 Quebec St, Denver, Colorado, 80216, United States
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver - Stapleton North
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Cabin for 2 with hot tub, near denver

by elmendorfs

My wife and I will be coming to Denver this Saturday 9/6 to spend a week. I will be in a conference downtown, but we would like to stay in a cabin in the mountains, close enough for me to commute. I don't mind the drive if the cabin location is worth it. There must be a BILLION cabins to choose from, so how do I find the right one? What we'd like, privacy, hot tub, comfortable bed. Nice is better than rustic for this trip but it needs to be a reasonable price. I've looked at VRBO and found some possibilities. But, without "local knowledge" it's easy to get led down the wrong road, so to speak. Any suggestions GREATLY appreciated! Our first time to Denver.

Re: Cabin for 2 with hot tub, near denver

by kamatoula

make sure u give vale a visit!

Re: Cabin for 2 with hot tub, near denver

by elmendorfs

We found a great place in Evergreen just a mile or two from the rapid transit bus line. It was MUCH MORE than we needed for 2, but the extra space was wonderful, and the price was very reasonable even for just us two. Keith was a great host, very helpful, available by phone, but not invasive. We did drive to Vail, in some light snow. The drive was awesome! But not a big fan of developed areas, so we enjoyed the drive up Mt. Evans even more.

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I really liked the Denver Art...

by jashton

I really liked the Denver Art Museum, and the Colorado History Museum. I have been to both places on each of my visits, and they have always had something different on...and I'm not a particularly 'museum' person. John Hiatt and Jackson Brown at the Redrocks amphitheatre must be a highlight. Watching the sun go down, feeling the warmth of Rick's whisky, seeing the lights of Denver come on, and listening to great music ebbing and flowing on the breeze.

Street and Park Art aka Statues


The most famous statue in Denver is the Bronco Buster, which is a bronze statue at the Denver Civic Center. In the mid-1910s, at the request of Major Robert Speer two large bronze statues (the Bronc Buster and the companion statue On the War Trail) were given to the city by J. K. Mullen an early settler. Phimister Proctor (1862-1951)who grew up in Denver was the sculptor. The statue was cast by the Gorham Foundry and is approximately 9 feet by 5 feet. The model was Slim Ridings. When he landed in jail for horse rustling and murder, Proctor put up the bail so that he could complete the modeling job. In 1920, the cost for The Bronco Buster was $16,500 and the city also paid $4,000 for the granite pedestal.

But there are a lot of other statues and art work in Denver, several of which my husband photographed. The second photo is a bronze on the east lawn of State Capital. This statue is of a Native American standing over a dying bison sculptued by Preston Powers for the 1893 World's Fair Exposition at Chicago. Also at the Capital is the Civil War Union Soldier in photo 3. It is the work of Captain John D. Howland, a prominent member of the 1st Colorado Cavalry. While the monument was designed by Captain Howland, J. Otto Schweizer of Philadelphia actually molded the figure. The statue was unveiled on July 24, 1909, and is adorned with four tablets that list the battles and the names of the soldiers who died. Colorado had the highest average of volunteers in the Civil War of any state or territory in the Union. Another plaque on the statue refers to the discovery of gold at Pikes Peak in 1858 by Green Russell and others. The plaque on the north face of the monument simply reads, " For the Unknown Dead."

The other two pictures were taken at Coors Stadium. The one out front is called "The Player". It is a tribute by the Denver Rotary Club to Branch Rickey and has the names of all the winners since of the Branch Rickey Award given by the Rotary Club since the award was established in 1992.

Photo 5 is of a sculpture designed by Lonnie Hanzon, local Denver artist, entitled "The Evolution of the Ball," It consist of 108 highly glazed three-dimensional tiles depicting balls of every type "from oddball to wrecking ball to eyeball to debutante ball" according to Hanzon

U S Mint

by seagoingJLW

The United States Mint, located at 320 West Colfax AVenue in Denver has tours open to students, youth groups and military and veteran groups. Others may arrange tours through your Congressman or Senator.

Information can be found at:
303-405-4766, or

Friendliest people in the country by far

by denver1982

Denver is a very progressive city....
So I would say it will probubly like a coastern city than a midwestern city

Denver has a very large hispanic population (growing up there it seems about half hispanic at least in the city proper) they are very nice and are very local (many of denvers hispanics lived in new mexico and colorado when it was owned by spain) Denver hispanic community is very embracing and most denver hispanic are socially liberal compared to hispanics in say chicago or texas so just something like might be informative

People in Denver also are very, very friendly (by far the friendliest in the country, and the exact opposite in Rudesburg im sorry Pittsburgh,PA) you will notice it immediately so if somebody starts talking to you, talk to em, they dont want anything they just want to have a chat on the way too work or dinner or something

Cycling along Platte River

by frantz

If you're like me and come from a country where most people have a bicycle or you just like cycling than you can make a lovely trip along the Platte River.
There is a good bicycle path that goes on for i don't know how long, i spend a great day cycling along there.
Found out at the Tourist infomation (16th street mall) where you can rent bicycles, er if you're lucky like me borrow one from a friend.
I think that at the Tourist information you can get a map as well.
You will enjoy a good dat out. Bring along some nice food abd if you,re not shure what to wear ask where ever you rent or borrow a bicycle from what to bring.
And off course never leave home without a repair kit in case you get a puncture.


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Address: 4040 Quebec St, Denver, Colorado, 80216, United States