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Downtown Denver, Colorado is the center of a hustling and bustling metropolitan area. With over 23 million square feet, you can find anything you are looking for. Visitors to the city can enjoy a haunted walking tour, amusement parks, shopping, great dining and a wonderful atmosphere.
The entire downtown district is split into six or seven smaller districts. Each of these districts have distinct atmospheres and unique offerings. These districts are: Union Station, LoDo, (some consider Union station to be part of LoDo) Civic Center, Upper Downtown, Central Downtown, Arapahoe Square and Ball Park. The Union Station is the historic district of downtown Denver. Tourists and locals alike come to the district for the 16th Street Mall. LoDo is a large district and is the oldest settlement of Denver. It is home to 21,000 individuals and has a widely known, exciting nightlife scene. The Civic Center district holds numerous cultural and civic events throughout the year. Upper downtown and central downtown have hip restaurants. Arapahoe Square is the residential district of downtown and is currently experiencing huge growth. The Ball Park district is home to the city's best flea market and a large farmers market. Downtown Denver is very diverse. Each district offers very different aspects to the community. Denver has something for everyone, whether you are there for a weekend or for years to come. Downtown Hotel Service offers Hotels near Downtown Denver that are quality hotels at a affordable price. Use our Search box above or click here to see available hotels!
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Towneplace Suites Downtown
4100 North Kittredge Street
Denver, CO 80239 US
Conveniently located near the airport, TownePlace Suites Denver Airport@Gateway Park is close to Anschutz Medical Campus... read more
Springhill Suites Downtown
1190 Auraria Parkway
Denver, CO US 80204
Located near the historic LoDo district of downtown Denver, SpringHill Suites Denver Downtown at Metro State features impeccable service... read more
About Downtown Denver
Denver, also known as the mile-high city, is the capital of Colorado and the state's most populous city. It was founded in the mid 1800s as a mining town for the nearby Rocky Mountains. Downtown was first constructed where Cherry Creek met the South Platte River in the South Platte River Valley. Since it's mining days, Denver has grown into a robust modern city with jobs in finance, government and entertainment. There are more than 30 buildings with a height of over 300 feet, creating an impressive skyline for the city.
Downtown Denver is divided into seven districts. Union Station is home to the central transportation hub for downtown. LoDo, or lower downtown, is the historical part of Denver; it is home to many bars, restaurants and other entertainment venues. Ballpark contains Coors Field where the Rockies play. Civic Center is aptly named for the presence of Denver's large civic center. Central Downtown is home to the Colorado Convention Center and and Federal District. Upper Downtown contains the Denver Pavillons and a large selection of luxury hotels. Arapahoe Square, home to endless parking and dilapidated buildings, is named after the native language of the region used to name the city.
Downtown Denver contains three professional sports stadiums that are home to all of Colorado's sport franchises. The Pepsi Center hosts games for the Denver Nuggets basketball team, Colorado Mammoth lacrosse team, and Colorado Avalanche Hockey team. The Sports Authority Field at Mile High is home to the Denver Broncos football organization. Other entertainment attractions in the area include the 16th Street Mall, Denver Performing Arts Complex, Denver Art Complex and Casa Bonita. In terms of business, the downtown area consists of 23 million square feet of office space with more than 100,000 workers. Workers from the surrounding metropolitan area make their daily commute to downtown by automobile or on light rail lines provided by the Regional Transportation District.