Travel

You can tell from its skyline that Denver is a major metropolis, with a Major League Baseball stadium at one end of downtown and the State Capitol building at the other. But look to the west to see where Denver distinguishes itself in the majestic Rocky Mountains, snow-peaked and breathtakingly huge, looming in the distance.

This combination of urban sprawl and proximity to nature is what gives the city character and sets it apart as a destination. Travel to Denver is convenient. Denver International Airport, the fifth busiest airport in the world, is easy to navigate. For more information on travelling through DIA, visit flydenver.com/traveltips.

Accommodations

For your convenience, National Jewish Health has reserved blocks of rooms at the following hotels. Please contact the hotels directly to reserve your room and reference the National Jewish Health room block.

JW Marriott Cherry Creek
150 Clayton Lane
Denver, CO 80206
866.706.7814
Book your group rate for National Jewish Health.

Four Seasons Denver*
1111 14th St.
Denver, CO 80202
Contact: Chanara Sweeny
303.389.3125

Hilton Garden Inn Cherry Creek
600 South Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80246
303.754.9800
Or visit www.hgicherrycreek.com and use special group code NJHE.

*Limited availability

Visiting Denver

Metro Denver offers a variety of attractions that appeal to everyone, from the young in years, to the young at heart. To find out all that Denver and Colorado has to offer, visit denver.org/about-dmcvb.