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Hyatt Regency Denver


Located adjacent to the Colorado Convention Center, Hyatt Regency #Denver is ideal for meetings...large or small.  In fact, Successful Meetings Magazine readers just recognized us with their 2014 Pinnacle Award.   Contact our Sales Office at (303) 486-4400.
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We did it again!  Hyatt Regency Denver is the proud recipient of the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for the second consecutive year.  It's a vote that comes directly from our guests and we thank you.
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Swim with the Sharks at Denver Aquarium.  It is worth a special trip to #Denver and Hyatt Regency Denver is only two and a half miles away..  Here's the Denver Post article with great video.
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Our Mother's Day buffet is the ideal celebration.  Served from 11AM-3PM on Sunday, May 11th in Altitude Restaurant.  Take a look at our menu and make your reservation now.
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The weather is shaping up beautifully in #Denver. Time to think about a for Mother's Day weekend.  The B-Cycle station is just across the street.  What a great way to tour the Mile High City.
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Rockies Season Opener today and with a full season ahead of us.  Take advantage of the great discounts included in our Sports Fan Package.   We're just blocks from Coors Field.
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Why not begin your 4th of July weekend a little early.  Independence Eve enjoy #Denver #civiccenterpark free concert and firework display.  Then,  spend the night at the award-winning Hyatt Regency Denver.  We're just blocks from great Mile High City attractions. Room rates start at  $199. 
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The Explore Maya Package is fun for everyone.  It appeals to all ages, and the exhibition at the #Denver Museum of Nature and Science is interactive and interesting with lots to see and do.  Here is a complete getaway, the Explore Maya Package.  Now is the time to book it.
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We are looking forward to welcoming the Chihuly to Denver, opening June 14 at Denver Botanic Gardens.  Join us for one of the region's first outdoor exhibitions with our Chihuly Glass in the Gardens Package that includes two adult VIP admissions and two cocktails in Hyatt Regency Denver's Peaks Lounge or Altitude Restaurant.
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The Chihuly Exhibition is coming to Denver Botanic Gardens June 14-November 30, 2014 and Hyatt Regency Denver has a package that makes it a complete getaway.  Our Chihuly Glass in the Gardens Package includes two VIP admissions to the exhibit and two cocktails in the 27th floor Peaks Lounge overlooking the Rockies or in Altitude Restaurant.  Learn more.
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It's time to think about #Easterdining.  At Altitude Restaurant, have a lavish buffet that is ideal for the entire family .  What a great place for a spring celebration.  (303) 486-4434
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Spring break is here and we have a great getaway.  The Explore Maya Package allows quick admission for two adults to the Maya: Lost Worlds Reveals exhibition at Denver Museum of Nature & Science through August 24, 2014.  It is very interactive so all ages can enjoy!  The Explore Maya Package also includes a complimentary bottle of Canvas wine with the purchase of two dinner entrees in Altitude Restaurant.
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650 15th St Denver, CO 80202
650 15th StUSCODenver80202
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Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center offers 1100 newly redesigned guest rooms with amenities such as Business Center, safe deposit, multilingual staff, guest laundry services, self-parking, concierge service and more.

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Melissa Cecchine
reviewed 2 weeks ago
This hotel is perfect if you are there to attend the convention center. I've never seen a hotel so close to a convention center. Loved not having to plan for a 15 minute walk in the morning. Very nice hotel. Which is super clean with nice modern decor. I had a great view of the city and mountains. It's walking distance to numerous restaurants and shopping in 16th St mall. Peaks Lounge has gorgeous view. Service was good.
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Lindsay French
reviewed a month ago
They have an AWESOME gym and fitness center. Really chill bar on the top floor. They have Starbucks in the lobby. Room temperature was perfect. Housekeeping was perfect. Super clean. No mini-bar and in room dining fee's were kinda high. Also, no outside pool (they have an indoor lap-style pool and an outdoor spa/jacuzzi) They have an excellent day spa though! I would totally stay here again!
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Gerald Rosario
reviewed a month ago
Great hotel to stay at in Denver. Amenities are great. Location is excellent. Service is excellent.
Response from the owner - a month ago
Dear Gerald Rosario, Thank you for the great review and for your recent stay. I appreciate the kind comments and I am so glad your experience was excellent. I hope we will get the chance to welcome you back soon. Allison Malhiot Hotel Assistant Manager
Joan P.
reviewed 3 months ago
Despite this being a beautiful hotel, I question their unethical advertising and booking practices. In the fall of 2013, I was setting up a romantic night in downtown as a surprise for my boyfriend. I went on Hyatt's website and booked a room with a KING bed (no place anywhere on the site to include double occupancy) and if they had a room available with a view, that would be great too, but not mandatory. I received a generic confirmation. I called a few days ahead of our check in date to see if I was able to secure a room with a view. The customer service rep indicated I have gotten one with a view of the Rocky Mountains and by the way, did you know there's a discount if you're a Costco member? I said I was and got the discount. I receive another confirmation, but it indicated that my room is two double beds and not a KING bed room. So I call back Hyatt again and ask them to change back my room to one with a KING bed, which is what I originally ordered via online. So the CS rep changes the room back to a KING room. Finally, it's all set. NOT! So we arrive to Hyatt after getting a couple's massage and are very relaxed and ready to get up to our room to chill. I go to the registration desk to check in and the guy behind the desk clicks a few computer buttons, and then says something like - "Okay, Ms. P___, your room with two double beds is ready." WTF? I could feel my blood boil as he said "two double beds." Then I told him the history with booking online and calling a few times and he said, "I'm sorry, but we have no more rooms with KING beds left." I continue to argue my point and finally he magically finds a room for us with a KING bed, but by now I've lost that relaxing feeling I paid dearly for at the spa. A Hyatt employee also lied directly to my face. Fast forward the next day, the manager does try and compensate us and did by covering our night (which I had to put my foot down about). When I got home, I completed an online survey indicating I was not pleased and would have rather paid and gotten what I wanted, than get a free room with the accompanying stress. Another manager contacts me offering another free night. I refused it saying that until they change their deceitful booking practices, I won't be back to their hotel...and I haven't. Soon, we'll be staying at the Sheraton. Fortunately, my boyfriend booked that one! So, caveat emptor: The room type (king, two double beds, etc.) you book online is NOT guaranteed, despite appearances online that it is. And...the employees at this hotel will lie directly to your face to keep maintain this deceitful practice. Change your false advertising, Hyatt!
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Response from the owner - a month ago
Dear Joan, Thank you for your review and feedback. I am very sorry to hear about your experience with us and can assure you that is never an experience we want for any of our guests. I do appreciate you bringing this to our attention and inform you that we are looking into everything you voiced. I do hope that you will see this as an isolated event and not let it deter you from choosing Hyatt in the future. Jackie Franke Hotel Assistant Manager
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Irakli Nadareishvili
reviewed in the last week
Lovely, beautiful hotel. Great location. Flawless service. Would absolutely come back.
Very Mad
reviewed 9 months ago
After a long month of dealing with an ailing father, we canceled our "big" anniversary trip to Napa and decided to stay at the Hyatt Convention Center in Denver. It was our 10 year anniversary. I purchased the Romance package and here's what I got: 1. A burned out light bulb in the bathroom. 2. A dirty, mildew shower liner. 3. A romance package that wan anything but: when we order the champagne for 7:00, I wasn't told that we needed to be there. While I understand the rule, someone should have told us in advance. 4. No VIP Turn Down service, which was included. 5. No "Aquafresh® Extreme Clean® Toothpaste Amenities" 6. There was no "Do not disturb" sign to put on the door. So at 9:00 am there was a knock at the door from housekeeping. Ridiculous! 7. We had breakfast. And when we went to check out, the breakfast was on our bill. If we weren't paying attention, we would have been charged. Now, the check out lady did give us free valet. This was our 10 year anniversary and of all the hotels in Denver we stayed with you. I have to say this is the last time I EVER stay at a Hyatt. I cannot get my anniversary back. Following the visit, I received an email from the Assistant manager - it was a weak attempt at making us feel better. For example, had she look at my reservation, she would have read that we live in Golden (15 minutes from downtown) and I wouldn't have received the following sentence: Should your travels bring you back to Denver, we hope to have the honor of serving you again. There are far nicer hotels at $250/night that I can spend my money on. This is NOT what I expected from a Hyatt. Thank you for nothing - well, a terrible anniversary evening.
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Response from the owner - a month ago
Dear Traveler, I appreciate you taking the time to write this review and provide us with your feedback. I am very disappointed to see that we dropped the ball in many areas for your anniversary evening. I can see that the guest room was not up to standards and our romance package was not communicated properly. I can assure you that this is not our standard and we take this very serious. I do appreciate you bringing these concerns to our attention so that I can follow up with my staff. I also want to apologize that our attempt to remedy the situation just made things feel worse for you. I do hope that you will give us a chance to make up for our short comings. I appreciate your comments and I hope we have the honor of serving you in the future. Jackie Franke Hotel Assistant Manager