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Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Denver area.

Because it is the Mile High City, and is insulated from the elements near the eastern base of the Rocky Mountains, Denver gets very little rain, has a dry climate and gets more hours of sunshine per year than Miami. The sunsets at this altitude also are spectacular. The breadth of shopping and dining alternatives, performing arts, educational institutions and hotels here is comparable to those of the largest cities, as Denver is the largest city within 600 miles in any direction. For over a century Denver has been the place to rest and renew the traveler who has just completed a journey through the Rockies, or is about to begin one.

You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Denver area by selecting one of the options shown below.

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· Downtown Denver · Denver Airport
Lodging in the downtown area, home to Mile-High Stadium, Coors Field, the energetic LoDo District, and the $126 million Colorado Convention Center. Lodging options near the Denver International Airport (DIA) and the neighboring communities of Aurora, Commerce City and Brighton.
· Denver South · Denver West
The south metro area is home to the Tech Center and communities of Englewood, Littleton and others. Lodging options in areas to the west of the city center in places such as Wheat Ridge, Golden, Lakewood, Evergreen and others.
· Boulder · Surrounding Communities
Boulder, home of the University of Colorado at Boulder, is located about a half hour's drive to the northwest of the city center, including its surrounding communities. Lodging options in the outskirts of Denver, and in surrounding communities, such as Broomfield, Glendale and more.

Area Facts: Contrary to its image, Denver does not lie in the Rocky Mountains but is instead located on a flat plain to the east. The city was founded in 1858 after a small quantity of gold was discovered in the area, which was at the time Arapahoe tribal land.

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