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Where to Stay in Denver – a neighborhood guide

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Denver is a city made up of the historic and modern, with lots of older neighborhoods going through the process of sleek gentrification, and a booming economy fueled by the many major corporations who chose to move to this exciting city. It's not all about work however, and wherever you stay you can enjoy the leisurely side of Denver, with many sporting, artistic, and cultural events going on throughout the year.
LoDo hotels

 

 

The LoDo area has some beautifully restored historic buildings, many of which have been turned into seriously hip accommodation, where you can enjoy a warm welcome, and relax in a boutique, individually designed guestroom. It almost goes without saying that perks like free WiFi and flat-screen TVs are the norm.

 

Cherry Creek

 

 

Shopping enthusiasts love the Cherry Creek area, as it hosts both the upscale Cherry Creek Shopping Center, and the Cherry Creek North shopping district which is full of exclusive boutiques, locally owned shops, and some big brand favorites. It's also a major dining and leisure district, and in addition to the dozens of laid back restaurants, including a few popular chains, you'll find a large cinema, and the charming Cherry Creek Theatre showing local productions. Nearby Glendale is a pleasant suburban area with lots of parks and walking trails, and is ideal for those who want to be close to the city, but prefer a quieter spot to stay.

 

Cherry Creek hotels

 

 

Cherry Creek is home to many of the major chain hotels, and you know what to expect from them: smart, unfussy guestrooms and handy amenities like WiFi and free parking. Many of the hotels are close to the main roads, ideal for those who want to be just a short drive from the city center, and the larger pads also feature sleek cocktail bars where you can unwind just steps from your bed.

 

Denver Tech Center

 

 

The high-rise Denver Tech Center hosts some of the world's most prestigious corporations, and here you'll find imposing office blocks and industrial parks set around busy roads. Business people love staying here because it's close to the clients they're visiting, yet less than a 20 minute drive from Downtown Denver with its more colorful attractions. There are also a few restaurants and cafés for a breakfast meeting or working lunch, and some laid back bars that get busy with the 5pm rush.

 

Denver Tech Center Hotels

 

 

Close proximity to so many major businesses means there's plenty of hotels for your corporate travel needs, and many of the major chains can be found here. You can choose between extended stay hotels with suites, ideal for those long business trips where you want to be comfortable, or choose one of the cost-effective 3-star pads for when you just need to fly in for a meeting.