Local Breweries We Love // Britt Hemela // Media and Marketing Manager
Great American Beer Festival is upon us, and while some of the best breweries from across the country gather in one place for the event - we have to show some love for the local Denver breweries who never let us down. We’ve included distance from Hotel Teatro - so many of these breweries are located close to the heart of Downtown Denver. If you’re staying with us - be sure to check the rates for our Bike + Brew package, available through the end of October! Hotel guests also have access to our custom bikes, perfect for exploring the Mile High City breweries...Click Here to Read More
GABF Tips + Tricks from a Denver Local Britt Hemela // Media & Marketing Manager
The Great American Beer Festival is right around the corner (it’s literally two blocks from Hotel Teatro too!) and the city of Denver is gearing up with tons of craft beer events in the making. Locals know it, but those visiting the Mile High City may be surprised to hear that we celebrate Denver Beer Fest the week before GABF hits Denver - which means there’s nearly two full weeks of awesome (and boozy) events taking place. Check out some local tips for making the most of your visit to Denver for GABF!
Scope out the breweries you want to check out beforehand- For craft beer connoisseurs, it’s always a good idea to go into GABF...Click Here to Read More
Denver Date Night - Speakeasy Scavenger Hunt // Melissa Gassien //Guest Experience Manager
As the GEM (Guest Experience Manager) of Hotel Teatro, my job is to make sure hotel guests and locals alike take advantage of all the
Don your dapper Mad-Men style garb and worm your way into some of Denver’s hottest little known spots. Denver may be known for its hundreds of local breweries, but we’re also host to some of the best cocktails and mixologists in the world- all you have to do...Click Here to Read More
Traveling with Your Pet; Denver’s Most Pet Friendly Hangouts! // Britt Hemela // Media & Marketing Manager
Denver is an extremely pet friendly city, and Hotel Teatro is proud to be the most dog friendly hotel! Our guests can travel with their furry best friend at no additional cost, and no breed or weight restrictions. We’ve put together a list of the most pet friendly hangouts around the city, be sure to grab some extra treats and any necessities like dog beds, food and water bowls you may have...Click Here to Read More
Best Places to Instagram in Denver // Britt Hemela, Media & Marketing Manager
Instagram is kind of a big deal around here, so we've put together a list of the most popular spots to check out for a social media photoshoot. Be sure to tag your images with #teatrodenver so we can share them!
Big Blue Bear at the Colorado Convention Center - located just two blocks from Hotel Teatro, you can find a big blue bear standing tall at 40 feet peeking into the Colorado Convention Center. He represents the nature of Colorado in the midst of the city and the curiosity of what’s happening inside the convention center. He even has his own Instagram account, so be sure to tag him in your photos! Want to take home your own blue bear? Find mini figurines at the I Heart Denver Store on 16th Street Mall
Museum of Contemporary Art - With rotating exhibits, this is one of the best spots to capture unique images when visiting Denver. It’s typically less crowded than other popular museums in the city, perfect for a mini...Click Here to Read More
A Local's Red Rocks Concert Guide // Britt Hemela, Media & Marketing Manager
Is there anything better than a summer concert at Red Rocks? Many of our hotel guests visit Denver for a once-in-a-lifetime concert experience for their favorite band, and Red Rocks is truly a magical setting. Check out our guide to surviving your first show at Red Rocks Amphitheater
Get your tickets ahead of time
Shows at Red Rocks infamously sell out within minutes and unfortunately those who choose to sell their tickets do so at much higher prices. Before you plan your trip to Denver, be sure you have tickets purchased and that they are legitimate. Red Rocks shows typically start getting announced...
Catch a Game in the Mile High City // Britt Hemela, Media & Marketing Manager
Denver is a great city to travel to watch your favorite team! With 300+ days of sunshine, Colorado offers beautiful weather throughout most of the year, and with most stadiums and fields being located downtown - you’ll have plenty to do outside of attending the game!
We love Coors Field, home to the Colorado Rockies! Hotel Teatro is just a mile away from the gates, close enough for a nice walk through downtown but far enough away from the nightlife in LoDo. There are lots of sports bars and fun night spots right...Click Here to Read More
Exploring Larimer Square // Britt Hemela, Media & Marketing Manager
If you’re staying in the city and consider yourself a foodie; you won’t want to miss out on The Nickel, our onsite restaurant. You’re also in the heart of downtown and close to popular and historic Larimer Square which is glittered with delicious dining options. We recommend a stop in at Osterio Marco for Italian or summer nights at Tamayo on the rooftop or patio. Both boast an impressive cocktail and wine list too! We also love The Market for a quick breakfast of pastries + coffee, For a great happy hour and excellent showcase of the Colorado craft beer scene, check out Euclid Hall or Rein Haus.
Shopping in Larimer Square is also highly rated, with tons of locally owned boutiques, filled with one-of-a-kind items. For the ladies; we
Best Camping Near Denver // Jeremy Andrews, Associate Director of Sales
Colorado is home to some of the best camping and backpacking spots all within a relatively short driving distance of Denver, and I’ve found some of the best spots are mostly along rivers and streams with a few exceptions. Enjoy some of my personal favorites...
Ansel Watrous Campground – found on the Poudre River just west of Fort Collins and less than a mile from the Mishawaka Amphitheatre. This spot boasts some waterfront spots along the river where the water levels can be high making for a very rolling and powerful river. Tubing and rafting is still doable during lower PSI levels (pound per square inch). Like any waterfront spot, bring plenty of...Click Here to Read More