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Hotels in Denver near Coors Field

Coors Field Introduction

Located in Lower Downtown Denver, Coors Field has been the home of the Colorado Rockies Major League Baseball (MLB) team since 1995. The baseball park can hold more than 50,000 spectators, and there are 63 luxury suites if you want VIP treatment. If you book seats from the 20th row upwards, you'll be sitting 1 mile above sea level. You can find out more about Coors Field during one of the regular behind-the-scenes tours of the park. For an entertaining treat, try the Rooftop, a double-level party deck with bars, restaurants, and views of the Rockies.

Hotels near Coors Field

Most of the accommodation within a short distance of Coors Field consists of mid-range to upmarket hotels. The more expensive ones feature amenities such as spas, health clubs, and valet parking. Spring and fall are the best times to visit Denver, specifically April and May, and September and October. Hotel prices are lower during these periods, and the weather is pleasant. In the summer, hotel prices rise with the temperatures. You can find a bargain during the winter months, as many visitors bypass Denver in favor of the Rocky Mountain ski resorts.

Where to stay near Coors Field

Coors Field's location, Lower Downtown, is one of Denver's trendiest districts. Known as LoDo, it's a lively area full of places to eat and shop. Less than a mile to the southwest is Larimer Square, a historic neighborhood that buzzes with bars and clubs. It's also an attractive shopping district, with chic designer boutiques. For further good dining and shopping, you may want to base yourself in Cherry Creek, 4.7 miles southeast of Coors Field. It has some highly regarded restaurants, and can be a good choice for a romantic break.

Things to see near Coors Field

You can see paintings by Van Gogh and Georgia O'Keeffe among the 68,000 artworks on display at the Denver Art Museum. This futuristic building is 1.5 miles from Coors Field. Or go back in time millions of years at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, which includes a planetarium and an IMAX cinema. Alternatively, you can experience a small slice of Africa at Denver Zoo, which was modeled on an African nature preserve. Located 2.9 miles east of Coors Field, it also features an aquarium, and is popular with families.

How to get to Coors Field

It's easy to get around Denver using the Regional Transportation District's light rail system. Known as the RTD, the network also runs buses. Coors Field is 0.5 miles from Union Station, one of the major stops on the RTD light rail. You'll find numerous bus stops around the ballpark, too. Getting around on foot is a good way to get to know Denver, and you can also hop on the open-air Platte Valley Trolley that goes along the Riverfront district. Denver Airport is 24.3 miles from Coors Field, and there are bus and light rail connections into the city.

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