As I stated in my Hyatt Regency, post we joined their reward program and have visited a few hotels since then. The Grand Hyatt in Denver is the one hotel of this brand that we have actually been to multiple times, mostly for their Rockin New Year’s Eve party hosted by Mix 100. This was also the hotel that introduced us to their reward program!
We have always had a blast and can’t say enough wonderful, things about this hotel. The staff has always been friendly and efficient They live up to their belief that luxury hotels should offer more than just a good night’s sleep and they take pride in providing guests with the best of everything, from great restaurants to modern rooms and skilled service. . We have always felt welcomed when visiting.
As I said, we have been to the Grand Hyatt a few times, but I think we really enjoyed our first stay the most. We were there for the New Year’s Eve party and we were greeted with a glass of champagne as we were waiting to be checked in. How is that for service? I knew right then, it was going to be an amazing evening. 🙂 It got even better when BO and TJ from Mix 100 came over to say hi when they recognized us from previous events. Always nice to see those guys 🙂
After we got to our room we checked our view, and it was nice, but nothing like at the Hyatt Regency (how can you beat Mile High Stadium?) but it was cool and we were able to see where their running track and tennis courts are located. Granted they were covered with snow, but it was still cool to see. The view was much nicer later in the evening with all the lights of Downtown Denver shining.
Before we headed down to the party we read a little bit about the hotel and some of its amenities. First of all the hotel has 516 elegant non-smoking rooms, a 24-hour FedEx business center, a 24-hour StayFit gym, an outdoor jogging track and outdoor tennis court at the rooftop Skycourt, and an Indoor heated pool with an outdoor deck. We definitely decided to use the pool before we left the next day. They also have a Starbucks, the Fireside Bar, and Pub 17 to enjoy while at the hotel.
After a quick snooze, we got dressed up and headed down to join the party. It was absolutely spectacular. Everything was exquisite. They had four rooms set up that guests could visit with a massive buffet in between the rooms. They also had little bars set up all over the place to grab your favorite party drink or to try something different. Why not? We were a little hungry and headed to the buffet and grabbed some food, then stood in line to get a drink. After further review, we should have gone to the bar first as it was still early and the drink lines were a little long at that point. Oh well live and learn, lol
As we are old farts (as my nieces love to call us) we liked the room where they were playing 50’s, 60’s, and 80’s music by a band named The Nancho Men. They were awesome! We have been to the party several times and always enjoyed listening to them play. It’s a great way to ring in the new year. We try to go every year we can now.
The first year we ended up checking out the next morning then heading downtown to grab some breakfast. It was ok, but we regretted not staying at the hotel and enjoying a meal at Pub 17 (now called Courier Market). The second year we did and it was very nice. While we were eating, the hotel manager came to us and asked us if we had a nice stay. We ensured him that we had a great time and even showed him a few pictures from the party the night before.
We really liked this hotel and would have stayed here when we were downtown on Valentine’s day but decided to mix it up and try one of their properties. Looking forward to the next time we can spend another evening at the Grand Hyatt in Downtown Denver. Here is a link to their website if you’d like to make your own reservations.
Grand Hyatt Denver Information
1750 Welton Street, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80202
Light Rail Service/RTD
Stops at most corners in the city, including Sports Authority Field at Broncos Stadium at Mile High Stadium, Pepsi Center / Six Flags / Elitch Gardens, Union Station – Lower Downtown (LoDo)/Coors Field/16th Street Mall.
Denver Airport Rail – Travelers can use the A-Line rail service from Denver International Airport to LoDo’s (lower downtown) Union Station and back, courtesy of Regional Transportation District (RTD). The Denver airport rail has six stops along the way and takes approximately 37 minutes at a cost of $10.50 each way.
Ride the complimentary 16th Street Shuttle, accessible one block from the hotel, for service to destinations throughout downtown Denver’s entertainment and central business districts.
Courier Market (Former Pub 17)
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