Denver has a central location with an international airport that provides nonstop service to more than 160 U.S. cities. An airport rail line whisks visitors to a compact, walkable downtown.
The Colorado Convention Center is one of the top facilities in the nation. Venues like Denver Art Museum and Red Rocks Amphitheatre provide unique spaces for groups of all sizes.
Business Travel News' "Corporate Travel Index" ranked Denver one of the least expensive cities for business travel. Airfares to Denver have dropped 42 percent over the past decade.
By the end of 2017, Denver will have more than 10,000 downtown rooms within walking distance of the Colorado Convention Center. There are 44,000 rooms citywide, with all brands and price points represented.
VISIT DENVER has won all major convention industry service awards for the past two decades.
Museums, stadiums, and restaurants are all centered on a pedestrian mall. Denver was named the top convention city in the world.*