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High above Denver's theatre district and boasting an unbelievable view of the Rocky Mountains to the west, your stay at the Four Seasons Denver will be a trip to write home about. Whether you're visiting to sample award-winning fine dining, to get a taste of the great outdoors or peruse unparalleled cultural offerings, Denver has a little something for everyone. The city enjoys more than 300 days of glimmering sunshine annually, 6,000 acres of spectacular parks, a bustling downtown filled with entertainment options and luxurious spa facilities on-site at your accommodations to unwind after a full day of non-stop adventure.
Red Rocks is famous the world over for its open-air amphitheatre. Almost any music legend you can name has performed in this otherworldly rock structure. Tour the museum or take in the show of a lifetime during the warmer months.
Want to see the Mile High City on two wheels? Denver B-cycle is the proud owner of 87 rental bicycle stations and 700 bikes. Purchase access to a bike online or at any B-station, grab your bike and go.
After several decades of relative quiet, the 120-year-old Union Station in downtown Denver reopened its historic doors in 2014 after a $54-million transformation. The terminal is now a hub for fine dining and shopping.
Historic Larimer Square, located on Larimer Street between 14th and 15th Streets, is home to some of Denver's finest dining, shopping and many weekend events. Walk the short distance or dine at Rioja and valet your vehicle.
A top-ranked U.S. botanical garden, the Denver Botanic Gardens are open year-round. On display are a variety of stunning floral exhibits and the facility also hosts a variety of inspirational and educational programs.
Downtown Denver is no stranger to impressive theater performances. Denver Center for the Performing Arts has been around since 1972 and is a preferred stop on Broadway tours, running multiple shows per week.
Denver, Colorado is home to Inspirato headquarters, just half a mile from the Four Seasons. Before your trip, your Member Services team will ask if you would like to schedule a time to meet. We would love to show you a bit of the city where it all began.
Before you leave on your trip to Denver, it's wise to hydrate sufficiently. At a mile above sea level, the high altitude is challenging for some people. While in the city, continue to drink plenty of water and monitor your alcohol intake.
Denver International Airport is about a 25-mile drive from downtown Denver. When you're ready to leave the Mile High City, factor in possible traffic and be sure to leave with plenty of time to catch your flight home.
Denver gets more than 300 days of sunshine per year. That's more than San Diego and Miami! Don't be fooled by a cool breeze; if you're spending time outside, be sure to wear a generous amount of sunscreen and reapply throughout the day as needed.
Famous for having 300 days of sunshine annually, Denver's climate is much more mild than what you'll find in Colorado's high country. In fact, the city's weather can vary greatly from what's happening in mountain towns and is often more akin to its Southwestern neighbors. Summers are hot but not extreme, winters are snowy but not frigid and spring and fall are beautifully mild. One thing Denver shares with its alpine brethren is unpredictability. Dress in layers and be prepared for sudden changes, especially in spring, which traditionally gets the most snow.