HYATT REGENCY AURORA-DENVER CONFERENCE CENTER

The Innovation and Opportunity Conference will once again be hosted in Aurora, Colorado at the full-service Hyatt Regency Aurora/Denver Conference Center. The hotel offers contemporary amenities in a convenient location near Anschutz Medical Campus, Buckley Air Force base, and Denver International Airport. 

HYATT REGENCY AURORA-DENVER CONFERENCE CENTER

13200 East 14th Place
Aurora, CO 80011
303-365-1234

Reservations

A block of rooms have been reserved for the conference starting at $159/night. Reservations will be made by individual call in or online here.

Reservations must be made by the cut-off date in order to guarantee the discounted rate. Any reservations made after the cut-off date will be done so based on availability. The cut off day was Wednesday, October 23, 2019.

GROUND TRANSPORTATION TO EVENT VENUE FROM DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Denver International Airport is located approximately 17 miles from Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center.  It is advised to give at least one-hour travel time.

Regional Transportation District – RTD – If you are coming from the airport, we encourage you to take the A-Line LightRail from DEN to A-Line Light Rail to Peoria Street Station. The Hyatt offers complimentary shuttle pickup. The train runs every 30 minutes and costs $10.50 each way.

Taxi Service - Taxi service between DIA to downtown Denver is approximately $25 one-way.
Yellow Cab 303-777-7777 www.denveryellowcab.com
Metro Taxi 303-333-3333 www.metrotaxidenver.com
Freedom Cabs 303-444-4444 www.freedomcabs.com

Car Rental

If you are planning on renting a vehicle we suggest using: Hertz or Avis, Budget.

Parking

Hyatt Regency Aurora/Denver Conference Center offers on-site self and valet parking in a secured garage adjacent to the hotel. Overnight parking includes in and out privileges. Short term and Borealis parking is available in front of the hotel.

Things To Do in Aurora, Colorado!

Thank you to Visit Aurora for putting this list together for our event guests!

Aurora Cultural Arts District
A 16-block area located along the historic commercial corridor from Clinton to Geneva streets on East Colfax Avenue that features arts-related venues and a thriving theatre scene that includes the Aurora Fox Arts Center and the Vintage Theatre

Aurora History Museum
A community-based cultural center featuring a permanent exhibit on Aurora history and two changing exhibit galleries touching on topics related to history and decorative arts. Educational programs, tours, workshops and family events are offered for all ages throughout the year.

Colorado Freedom Memorial
Located near Buckley Air Force Base at Springhill Park, this memorial’s glass panels contain the names of nearly 6,000 of the state’s military service personnel killed in action since Colorado became a state.

Dry Dock North Dock
This award-winning brewery’s production facility at 2801 Tower Road also features the Canoe Room tap room with 12 taps on draft, and an 18-hole disc golf course.

Eisenhower Suite
Restored suite in Building 500 at the Anschutz Medical Campus where President Dwight D. Eisenhower spent seven weeks recovering from a heart attack while vacationing in the area in 1955; restoration completed through careful review of photographs, archival notes and press accounts; tours are by appointment

Golf Aurora
If you have time to play, the city of Aurora owns five public golf courses ranging from championship layouts to an 18-hole executive course: Aurora Hills, Meadow Hills, Murphy Creek, Saddle Rock and Springhill.

Jubilee Brewing Co.
Get some fresh roasted, in-season coffee, espresso and pastries in a place with a laid-back coffeehouse vibe that doubles as a creative space for artists.

LostCoffee
Head over to the Anschutz Medical Campus at 2100 N. Ursula St. to get your caffeine fix from a place that claims to inspire the world through craft, care and conscience.

Peak to Peak Tap & Brew
New location in the Aurora Cultural Arts District at 9735 E. Colfax Ave. features Peak to Peak’s own brews like Chocolate Rye Stout, Fire & Ice Green Chile Ale, To Each a Peach Blonde Ale and NITRO Vanilla Caramel Cream Ale.

Plains Conservation Center
Take a trip back in time to Colorado’s high plains and pioneer life in the mid-1800s. Preservation space for 1,100 acres of native shortgrass prairie located north of Hampden Avenue at Picadilly. Open to the public with a variety of educational programs provided by the Denver Botanic Gardens and the city of Aurora.

Reservoirs
Aurora Reservoir features an eight-mile loop trail and a certified 5K soft-surface trail. Quincy Reservoir offers a 3.5-mile soft-surface trail. Boat rentals and swim beach are closed for the season.

Star K Ranch/Morrison Nature Center
Star K Ranch provides important habitat for wildlife and has several trails for nature exploration. You can also access the Sand Creek Greenway Trail from the property. Parking for Star K Ranch is located off Smith Road, a half-mile east of Chambers Road on Laredo Street.

Stanley Marketplace
This historic aviation manufacturing facility has been transformed into a community of more than 50 independently owned Colorado businesses featuring great places to eat, drink, shop, play and more.

The People’s Building
This performance and event space in the heart of the Aurora Cultural Arts District provides high-quality music, dance, theatre and events on both weekends and weekdays.

Ursula Brewery
This award-winning brewery on the Anschutz Medical Campus brews up great beers like Forellen Pilsner and Brood Patersbier, and even the gluten-free Fizzics with Cherry and Lime Hard Seltzer.

The Vintage Theatre
This award-winning theatre in the Aurora Cultural Arts District produces both classic and cutting-edge productions on three stages Fridays through Sundays.