Denver, Colorado

  • The city is a mile above sea level, with the capitol building sitting at 5,280 feet.
  • The Mile High City enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine annually.
  • Launching pad for ski resorts.
  • 6,000 acres of parks and green space.
  • Skyline view of more than 140 miles of picturesque mountain tops, most soaring above 13,000 feet.
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Rocky Mountain High

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.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Denver International Airport (DEN)
  • Elevation
    5,280 feet
  • Population
    16th most populous U.S. metropolitan area
  • Founded
    In 1868 as a mining town
  • National Western Stock Show
    January

Fresh Things To Do

Featured Activity


  • A Mile-High Tour of Craft Beer

    To say that Denver is a mecca for craft beer and brew aficianados would be a huge understatement. The number of breweries in the city has doubled from 2013 to 2014 alone.

    Denver Beer Company. The taproom for Denver Beer Company is nestled on the Platte River. Grab a seat on the patio and sample rotating draft specials such as Admiral Ackbar's Apricot Ale or Graham Cracker Porter. Warm pretzels complement your drink or purchase something more substantial to eat from one of the food trucks parked outside.

    Wynkoop Brewing Company. In 1988, this LoDo brewery and restaurant was founded by none other than Denver's current governor, John Hickenlooper, who recently brought President Obama here for a pint. Because it was the first brewpub in Denver, it's a must-visit.

    Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project. Specializing in sour beers brewed in a variety of wine and spirit barrels, the taproom is located inside The Source, a wonderful collective of 15 food and cocktail retailers inside a revamped 1880s machine hall on Brighton Boulevard.

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Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Denver Vacation

    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.

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