Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
650 15th Street
Denver, Colorado 80202

Experience the Best of the Mile High City!

Situated in the heart of downtown Denver, Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center is home of the renowned 27th floor Peaks Lounge with breathtaking views of the skyline and the nearby Rocky Mountains. This award winning hotel is located one block from the 16th Street Mall in the heart of downtown Denver and within walking distance to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The Hyatt Regency Denver is an ideal location to experience great shopping, vibrant nightlife, microbreweries and more than 300 restaurants. It is located just 25 miles from the Denver International Airport.

Reservations Information

For sleeping room reservations, call the Hyatt Regency Denver at (800) 233-1234. Please be sure to mention ISEE to receive the conference discount rate of $199.00 single/double. Reserve your sleeping room now online at Do not delay booking your reservations because the hotel is expected to sell out early. Your help is needed in keeping meeting costs down by reserving your sleeping rooms at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center.

For online sleeping room reservations click here.

Air Transportation

You will receive a discount off the lowest applicable published air fare when you make airline reservations with United Airlines. Go to and enter offer code: ZH8G128178.

Transportation to Hotel

The Hyatt does not provide shuttle service to or from Denver International Airport. Please consider these options for your transportation needs:

For guests renting a car at Denver International Airport, please proceed to Island 4 for all car rental shuttle services to 78th Avenue and Pena Boulevard. Take Pena Boulevard to I-70 West. Proceed on I-70 West until you reach I-25 South towards (Colorado Springs). I-25 South to Exit 210A left onto (East Colfax Avenue).

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Welton Street. The entrance for self-parking is available on the left just past the intersection of 14th & Welton Streets. Proceed to 15th Street, turn left to enter our porte cochere for valet parking.

Super Shuttle is available at the Ground Transportation Terminal, $31-$35 per person with approximate travel time of 1 ¼ hours to the Hyatt Regency as this is a shared ride service.
Taxi rates from Denver International Airport are based on a flat rate charge of $56 for one passenger inbound and $51 for one passenger outbound-You are not paying an airport exit tax twice. Credit cards are accepted as form of payment.

If you have Uber or Lyft applications on your phone, the rate is usually $35-$44 each way, saving you approximately $12-$16 each way of the flat rate taxi fare.

Towne car service is $78 including gratuity. SUV service is $85+20% gratuity. Please contact the concierge for arrangements.

The least expensive option from the DIA to downtown Denver would be the “A” line, the commuter rail takes approximately 38 minutes from the airport to Denver’s Union Station, located 12 blocks from the Hyatt Regency. The rate is $10.50 per person each way. Once you have arrived at Union Station you can take a short taxi, or Uber, or Lyft ride to the Hyatt Regency. Another option would be the free 16th Street Mall shuttle that departs across the street from Union Station every 3-5 minutes that will take you to California Street, just a one block walk to the Hyatt Regency.


Please watch out for Housing "Pirates" and "Poachers."

Room poaching is a practice carried out by third-party companies that act as travel agencies.  The poacher may inform you that the hotel room block is "sold out," and that if you do not book with them immediately, you may not get a room. Additional deceptive tactics include distributing forms or promotional materials that appear to be issued by ISEE. Room poachers make it more difficult for us to meet our room block commitments. This exposes ISEE to penalties, increased room rates and could threaten our financial stability. Room poachers often don't deliver on promises to customers. When customers arrive, reservations are non-existent or the hotels are not conveniently located. Sometimes the rooms have been cancelled and hefty cancellation fees have been placed on the customer's credit card.