Quality Inn Central
200 WEST 48TH AVE
Denver, CO 80216
Phone: (303) 296-4000
Fax: (303) 296-4869
200 WEST 48TH AVE, Denver, CO, US, 80216
- Phone: (303) 296-4000
- Fax: (303) 296-4869
Denver's Coliseum is an extraordinary entertainment center. It has a variety of shows ranging from rock shows to car shows to Native American pow-wows and even professional wrestling acts. It also hosts a yearly indoor rodeo competition. It has been a popular destination for families for over 50 years and is owned by the Arts & Venues Denver. Shows can be watched in a comfortable circus like ring, with ample seating room. The Coliseum is a fabulous place to spend a day and take in a show with the family, so sit back and have a blast!
Though name says Black Shirt Brewing Co., this brewery in Denver specializes in red beers. Established by Brandon Miller, his brother Chad and Chad's wife Carissa, Black Shirt Brewing Co. opened its doors in 2009. This brewery offers around 5 amber ales on tap at all times, which can be sampled at their tap room. The American Red Porter and India Red Porter are popular favorites; rank them high on your list of must-haves, when in Denver.
Established in 2010, in Salt Lake City, Utah, Epic Brewing Company quickly rose to become one of the best breweries in the state. Following its success, three years later, founders Peter Erickson and David Cole established a Denver branch in 2013. This Colorado-outlet has lived up to the name of the original Epic Brewing Company by creating delicious brews. Tours of the brewery take visitors through the entire process of manufacturing beer. Offering more than 20 beers on tap at the tap room, guests can sample these after the tour. Seasonal specials are also on offer.
Cuernavaca Park is a small park located in central Denver; the Platte river runs through it. Equipped with grass (perfect for the growing Denverian kickball movement!), a sizable parking lot and restrooms, this quiet, modest patch of greenery provides you with a nice quick, stroll amidst the hustle and bustle of the Mile-High city. Perfect for small picnics, outdoor events and parties.
The oldest in Denver to still be in operation, Riverside Cemetery was established in 1876. Taking up 77 acres (31.16 hectares), Riverside Cemetery is the site of notable burials like those of Congressman James B. Belford and naturalist Thomas Belt. Tours of the cemetery are available.
Once a thriving parish from the time of its construction in 1881 until the mid 1950s, this church now acts as a mission, with a cloister of Capuchin Poor Clare nuns from Mexico in residency. The Sisters also use the renovated Lady of Light Monastery across the street. Driving in north Denver, St. Patrick's is an impressive architectural sight. The large stone façade with asymmetrical bell towers is adjoined by a curvilinear parapet. The church enjoys landmark status.
The oldest functioning church in the city, this place of worship was established in 1879 for Italian and Irish immigrants as a place to worship. Run by the Jesuits, this church is in the traditional cruciform shape. The present wooden steeple was replaced after the original belfry threatened to crash through the roof. Back in 1912, two priests in residence restored the scaffolding and repainted the whole church. The interior has a Gothic feel with ornate windows of stained glass. In addition, there is a beautiful mural of the death and resurrection of Jesus.
You do not have to go all the way to Germany to taste their delectable beers. Established in 2012, Prost Brewing Company houses a Ziemann GmbH brewing machinery that was created in 1963 and was continuously used till it was purchased by Prost in 2011. Libations like Altfränkisches Dunkel Bier, Kölsch, Prost Pils and Märzen Oktoberfest are brewed here; these are rare finds in the United States and stay true to the German flavor. Though the brewery does not serve food, the food trucks outside offer delicious food that pair well with the light brews of Prost Brewing Company.
Nestled in Denver's Ballpark neighborhood, River North Brewery is run by the husband-wife team of Matt and Jess Hess. The brews produced at River North Brewery aim at giving people a taste of the Belgian flavor. American beer with a Belgian flair or true Belgian ales are the brews available here. Matt was once an aerospace engineer, so some of the brews feature unique names inspired by physics. Guests can try out their ales at the taproom. They offer mild varieties like River North White and Hello, Darkness, and even strong ones like Hoppenberg Uncertainty Principle, Avarice and Unified Theory.
Baseball is an essential part of the American culture and a vibrant component of Denver, all of which makes Coors Field such a hub of activity during the summer. It seats more than 50,000 and is regarded as one of most fan-friendly parks in the country. For a few dollars you can take a guided walking tour and learn about the history of the field while taking in all the sights, including the Colorado Rockies dugout and the visiting team's clubhouse.
Brian Dunn, a beer enthusiast, established the Great Divide Brewing Co. in 1994. Within months since its inception, this brewery won awards at two of the most popular competitions in the world of brewing: World Beer Cup and Great American Beer Festival, and has continued to win accolades since then. A specialty of this brewery is their leanings towards creating strong beers, and a popular favorite is the Old Ruffian, which boasts of alcohol content that crosses 10 percent. Regular tours of the brewery are offered, and guests can taste some of these brews at the tap room.
Regis University is a Jesuit Catholic institution of higher education with a goal of providing young men and women with education consistent with Judeo-Christian principles. The university has around 16,000 enrolled students. It has excellent facilities with a soccer/lacrosse field, swimming pool, indoor sports complex and auditoriums.