There are many modes of transportation for getting around Denver. The following is some information about travel to and from Denver International Airport and tips for getting around in the city.
FROM DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (DIA)
Private Car Service:
Hotel Teatro partners with only the best Town Car and Limousine Services in Denver, and we are pleased to arrange either of these for you. Whether you are looking for transportation to or from the airport, around town, or beyond, we are here to help. Please contact the Concierge Desk at Hotel Teatro by Email or by calling us directly at 303.228.1112.
Taxicabs are readily available 24 hours a day at all DIA ground transportation islands. You may also contact Hotel Teatro directly and ask a Bellman to set up your transfer from the airport with one of their preferred taxi drivers. Hotel Teatro’s Bell Staff is happy to provide you with more information (including current rates) and to book your taxi to or from the airport.
GETTING AROUND TOWN
Hotel Teatro’s Premier Courtesy Vehicle:
Our Valet Staff is pleased to drive you to locations within 2 miles of the Hotel. This complimentary service is offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Gratuity optional, but appreciated.
On Your Own:
Denver is an easy city to navigate. If your plans include bicycles, Segways, or roller blades, we are pleased to arrange these for your day out. Nighttime brings out the city’s chauffeured pedi-cabs and horse & carriages for open-air rides through downtown Denver. If a romantic gondola ride down Cherry Creek is more to your taste, tote some wine and cheese along, sit back, and see Denver from an entirely different viewpoint. For the inner road-tripper, we are always happy to arrange for a rental car or even a Harley-Davidson Motorcycle of your choosing, with Map-Quested trips tailored to your interests and level of adventure. With a few pointers from our knowledgeable staff, you are set to go. Hotel Teatro’s complimentary vintage cruiser bikes are also available for guests to rent on a first-come, first-served basis.