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    Denver International Airport: 8500 Peña Blvd, Denver, CO 80249

Denver International AirportWelcome to the Denver International Airport, or commonly referred to as DIA. We offer many airport hotel reservation services for over 30 hotels near Denver Airport. A popular airport hotel among visitors is the Hyatt House Denver Airport, which has outstanding guest reviews. Another is the SpringHill Suites by Marriott Denver Airport. Whatever you might be looking for in an airport hotel, we have you covered. We also offer great discounts on Denver Airport hotels, parking / hotel packages, as well as Denver rental cars. The Denver International Airport is a great way to get you to where you need to go. Thank you for choosing Airport Hotel Guide.

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      • Denver Airport Hotels - Staybridge Suites
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    • Staybridge Suites

      2.3 miles from Denver International Airport (DEN)

      The Staybridge Suites Denver International airport is conveniently located only 2 miles away from the airport. This hotel offers it guests free transportation to and from the airport, as well as a complimentary breakfast buffet and evening sundowner reception. Each room is a fully equipped non-smoking suite. Reserve this or any of the other Denver Airport hotels online.
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    • Holiday Inn Express

      7 miles from Denver International Airport (DEN)

      The Holiday Inn Express Denver Airport provides its guests with free daily shuttle service to and from the Denver Airport. For the working traveler the hotel provides a twenty-four hour business center with all the technical amenities one could hope for. Don’t forget to take advantage of your free continental breakfast.
      • Hyatt House Denver Airport
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    • Hyatt House Denver Airport

      6 miles from Denver International Airport (DEN)

      Discover the all-suite hotel that not only knows you, it knows what you want. Namely, the things that make you feel right at home--a full kitchen, fr...read more.

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Know Before You Go Summary: Visiting Colorado? A tourist information booth is located in the Jeppesen Terminal. Find out about games, top restaurants, events, and other activities in the Mile High City. DIA is one of the world's greenest airports, with the largest solar farm at a commercial airport in the U.S. It is also the only airport in the world to have a pedestrian bridge where you can watch the airplanes taxi beneath you. Free global calls can be made at over 200 landline phones located throughout the airport. Local and national calls are free without limit. International calls are free for the first 10 minutes, and then $0.25 per minute after with a 15% tax. Free Wi-Fi is offered throughout the airport, named "Boingo Hotspot". Feeling stressed? A Massage is located in both A and B Gates. Professional therapists can offer both chair and table massages by the hour or by the minute. Battery running low? Charging stations are located at each Gate for no charge. A cell phone lot is located on Peña Blvd. You can wait for a call from your traveler to pick them up when they arrive, or walk around the Final Approach facility and keep an eye on the flight tracking monitors. Get flight status, updates, maps, parking availability, notifications and more with the FlySmart app.

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About Denver International Airport

Located about 18 miles from the downtown area, Denver International Airport is the main hub for the capital city of Colorado. It's the largest airport in the country by size, spanning more than 50 square miles, as well as one of the busiest with 52 million people passing through each year. It provides service from a wide variety of carriers, including United and Southwest airlines, Air Canada and British Airways, welcoming guests from all over the globe. Many visitors stay in exquisite hotels near Denver International Airport, such as Staybridge Suites and Crowne Plaza.

While many people pass right through airports without giving them a second thought, this hub is worth taking some time to explore. It has a unique architectural design - the roof of the terminal was constructed to look like the snow-covered peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Additionally, the hub is known for its intriguing displays of public art - USA Today named it the Best U.S. Airport for Art in 2013. Explore the site to find about 30 different murals, sculptures and other installations in addition to temporary exhibits headed by local museums and organizations.

Collage of Denver International Airport

Welcome to Denver

Whether you know it as the Queen City of the West or the Mile-High City, Denver is a delightful place to visit for business or pleasure. As the capital and biggest metropolis in the Rocky Mountains region, it's a mecca for industry and culture, serving as home to a thriving arts scene, an array of exciting annual festivals and a variety of diverse neighborhoods surrounding the vibrant downtown area. Keep in mind that getting around generally requires a car, since the public transit system can be spotty and unreliable.

Denver​'s breathtaking vistas are one aspect that attracts visitors. The landscapes are filled with majestic mountains only 12 miles away and lush greenery laid out alongside tranquil rivers and lakes. Despite the heavy snowfall during winter, the city has a dry and temperate climate year-round, and it's a particularly sunny locale - there are on average 300 days of sunshine annually. These conditions make for a variety of delightful outdoor adventures, from hiking the peaks to skiing the slopes.

Things to Do in Denver

A scenic view of downtown DenverAfter making their way through the hub and checking in at Denver International Airport hotels, visitors can head out to explore the attractions of this vibrant city. Residents and tourists alike tend to sway toward the mountains for exhilarating experiences, but the city also has an expansive system of trails intended for cyclists that are used for sightseeing as well as transportation purposes. Travelers should also take some time to explore Confluence Park, a pleasant gathering place where you can enjoy a picnic, take a dip in the creek or just watch the people as they go about their daily business.

There are also plenty of indoor activities to engage in during your visit. Take a trip to the Denver Art Museum, which houses one of biggest collections of Native American art in the country in addition to Western American art exhibits. Guests can also take a tour of the United States Mint, which produces some 7.5 billion coins every year. Other hot spots include the Denver performing Arts Complex, Cherry Creek Shopping Center and Wax Trax! Records. When you're feeling hungry, stop by one of the many downtown eating places, such as Biker Jim's Dogs, Barolo Grill, Root Down or Rioja.