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Grand Hyatt Denver 4.0

Central Business District, Denver, Colorado

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  • Excellent location in downtown Denver close to many attractions
  • Fresh, modern rooms with coffeemakers, flat-screen TVs, and mini-fridges
  • Some rooms have spectacular city and mountain views
  • Restaurant with a kosher kitchen serving all meals, plus 24/7 room service
  • Pub 17 has happy hour and craft brews on tap
  • Rooftop fitness complex with an outdoor track and tennis court
  • Heated indoor pool and outdoor sundeck
  • Extensive meeting and conference space, including Pinnacle Club with mountain views
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
  • Dogs weighing 50 pounds or less are welcome for a fee
  • Self and valet parking for a fee


  • Parking is pricey
  • No on-site spa 

Bottom Line

The 516-room Grand Hyatt Denver is an upscale business hotel in downtown Denver, close to a number of attractions and business offices. Rooms are modern and fresh, and offer flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and coffeemakers, and some have outstanding views. The rooftop wellness area is a standout, with an outdoor jogging track, tennis court, and sundeck, plus a gym and heated indoor pool. With a restaurant and bar serving craft brews plus a Starbucks, there are a number of options for dining and drinking. Events and conferences are big business here, and the Pinnacle Club has panoramic views of the city and Rocky Mountain Front Range. Alternatively, those looking for a more intimate boutique should consider the Magnolia Hotel Denver, where rates are higher but breakfast and happy hour are free. 

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Sharp hotel with sleek, modern style for business and leisure travelers

Housed in a 26-story modern tower, the Grand Hyatt stands tall as a contemporary business hotel well suited for gatherings of all kinds. Guests pass through revolving glass doors to enter the large upscale lobby featuring an earth-tone color scheme, modern globe lights hanging overhead, and a stacked fireplace. There's a lot more style here than at comparable chain hotels, including natural wood, marble, and stone details throughout the common areas. Multiple seating groups with cushy leather sofas and chairs provide places for guests to hang out, and modern sculptures and art add visual interest, as do sculptural wall elements, like funky wood-slat panels. Public spaces can get quite busy when large groups are in the house, but the hotel is well equipped for handling all sorts of events. It's especially popular with business travelers, but couples, families, and individuals also stay here to take advantage of the upscale surroundings and excellent location. 


Located in downtown Denver, within walking distance of major attractions

The Grand Hyatt is located in the financial district in downtown Denver, within easy walking distance of many of the city's major attractions, such as the Colorado Convention Center and the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall. Other attractions that can be reached in 15 minutes or less on foot include the Denver Mint, the State Capitol Building, and the Great Divide Brewing Company microbrewery. Coors Field, where the Colorado Rockies play, is less than a 10-minute drive from the hotel, as are the Denver Aquarium and the Pepsi Center, where the Denver Nuggets play home games. Denver International Airport can be reached in about 45 minutes by car or a little over an hour by public transportation. 


Fresh, modern rooms with coffeemakers, mini-fridges, and comfy beds, some with great views of the city

Rooms and suites are decorated in a contemporary style that has a Colorado feel, with earth-tone color schemes, crisp white bedding, patterned carpeting, and clean-lined dark wood furniture. Abstract artwork hangs above the Hyatt Heavenly beds, which are backed by brown leather headboards. Elsewhere, funky graphic prints depicting local fauna like bison add even more personality. Armchairs also are covered in brown leather, furthering the Front Range aesthetic. Layouts are spacious, with even entry-level Standard Rooms coming in a 392 square feet (36 square meters). All rooms have 42-inch flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, mini-fridges, safes, and iPod docks. Suites add a separate living, dining, and kitchenette area. Modern bathrooms feature slate tile, white quartz countertops, shower/tub combos (in many), plus hairdryers and June Jacobs toiletries. Some bathrooms have large walk-in showers with rainfall showerheads. The Presidential Suite is especially spacious and luxurious, with a soaking tub, large walk-in shower, and double sinks. It and many other rooms have exceptional views of the city. Hypoallergenic rooms with air purification systems are available. 


Restaurant and bar serving craft brews, impressive fitness complex, indoor pool, and tons of events spaces

The hotel's restaurant, Pub 17, serves regional cuisine for all meals with a focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients. A happy hour menu is offered daily with a variety of small plates, and the microbrew list has more than 35 selections. A kosher menu is also available. Wall-mounted flat-screen TVs keep everyone up-to-date on the latest news, sports, and weather. The swank Fireside Bar in the lobby is a cozy space with a double fireplace in the center and modern globe lights hanging overhead. Leather sofas and chairs provide relaxing places for cocktails and light bites. There's also a Starbucks outlet on-site, and room service runs around the clock.   

The fourth-floor fitness complex is a standout, with a tennis court, outdoor jogging track, sundeck, fitness stations, and shuffle board. The 24/7 StayFit at Hyatt gym offers a variety of cardio and weight-training machines overlooking the indoor pool, as well as free weights and exercise balls. The space is a bit narrow, but cardio machines have personal TVs and there are additional flat-screens on the walls. The rectangular indoor pool is equally compact, but swimmable, and there are also lounge chairs on the pool deck for guests who prefer to relax poolside. An adjacent terrace is a nice spot in warmer weather, although it's surrounded by buildings that block the sun.  

Guests staying in Grand Club guest rooms get access to the Grand Club Lounge, a handsome, upscale space serving breakfast, snacks, and hors d'oeuvres throughout the day. Computers and a printer are set up for guests to use, and there's a kitchen area for cold drinks and coffee. Several spaces are suitable for small meetings. 

With a total of 52,600 square feet (4.887 square meters) of function space, the hotel attracts gatherings of all sizes, both business and social. The 38th-floor Pinnacle Club Conference Center, in the building next door, is especially popular for its spectacular panoramic views of the city and the Rocky Mountain Front Range. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel, and parking is available, but pricey. Dogs weighing 50 pounds or less, or two dogs with a combined weight of 75 pounds, are welcome for a fee. 

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1750 Welton St, Denver, Colorado 80202-3940, United States



Room Types

  • Business Plan Room
  • Corner Room
  • Executive Suite
  • Grand Club Room
  • Guest Room
  • Presidential Suite
  • Respire Hypo-Allergenic Room

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