Critical Power North America will be held at the Hyatt Denver Tech Center. Register by July 11, 2016 for a discounted room rate of $169.00.
Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center
7800 East Tufts Ave.
Denver, CO 80237
Click here to make a reservation. Mention Webcom Communications when booking.
To get the most out of your trip to Denver, we put together some visitor information. The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency at the Denver Tech Center. The Denver Tech Center (DTC) is the main corporate office park area that serves the greater Denver area. The DTC is located about 15 miles southeast of Denver along Interstate 25. It is approximately 25 miles from Denver International Airport. Directly to the west is the inviting view of the Colorado Rockies & front range foothills.
If you are planning to rent a car, here are some directions from the airport to the Hyatt:
Directions from the Airport
Start out going SOUTHWEST toward PENA BLVD. 0.8 miles
Stay STRAIGHT to go onto PENA BLVD 9.7 miles
Merge onto I-70 W / US-36 W via the exit on the LEFT. 1.5 miles
Merge onto I-225 S via EXIT 282 toward AURORA / COLORADO SPRINGS. 11.8 miles
Take the TAMARAC STREET / DTC BLVD exit- EXIT 2A 0.1 miles
Stay STRAIGHT to go onto I-225 FRONTAGE RD. 0.1 miles
Go STRAIGHT for a little less than 1 mile Turn LEFT onto DTC BLVD 0.1 mile
Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto E TUFTS AVE. 0.3 miles
End at 7800 E Tufts Ave
Denver, CO 80237-3001, US
Car Rental Information can be found at the following link:
If you would prefer to shuttle or Taxi from the airport, the following companies offer this service – All transportation can be found at Level 5 of the Airport.
Shuttles pick up Island #3 doors 511 and 506 and run approx $20/personask about group rates.
Advance Aiport Shuttle
A Class Above Transportation
Big Sky Airport Shuttle
Taxis pick up at Island 1 from doors 505, 507, 510 & 512
Denver Yellow Cab
Hungry? Tired of Hotel food? Try these DTC local favorites for a change of pace:
Find out why were famous for Mexican Food!
10500 Bierstadt Way
Lone Tree, CO 80112
P.F. Chang’s China Bistro Park Meadows
8315 S. Park Meadows Center Dr.
Littleton, CO 80124
Great Northern Tavern
Classic American Tavern with a Contemporary Twist
8101 E. Belleview Avenue, Suite E
Denver, CO 80237
McCormick & Schmicks Seafood Restaurant
Over 30 Varieties of Fresh Seafood Flown in Daily
8100 E. Union Avenue, Suite R101
Denver, CO 80015
Del Friscos of Denver
Award Winning Steak House
8100 E. Orchard Road
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant
Delicious, Authentic Mexican Fare – Potent Margaritas!
9535 Park Meadows Dr.
Lone Tree, CO 80124
A list of just a few to get you started!
Kennedy Golf Course
South Suburban Golf Course
Wellshire Golf Course
Park Meadows Mall is located just 5 miles away. Take I-25 South and take the County Line Exit to Park Meadows Center Drive. Everything you need is here!
Yes, you heard us! One of the few wind tunnels in the country.
Things to Do – Places to See
Extending your stay?
Only an hours drive from Denver. Click here for an informative guide on mountain hiking, biking,
whitewater rafting, kayaking and more.
Visit the historic Stanley hotel, laze around the quaint shopping center or hike among nature in our
beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park.
Take advantage of our new Light Rail transportation system to take you to your downtown destination. The closest bus stop to the hotel is Ulster & Tufts, just ask the front desk for directionsthis bus will shuttle you to the Belleview Light Rail
station, from there, a total of 3 different lines will take you to your downtown location. Click here for RTDs informative website.
Baseball season is here! Hop on the light rail and catch an evening game at our
state of the art stadium.
Visit our famous 16th Street Mall in Downtown Denver.
Come and see why so many people come back! The Denver Zoo is home to over 700 species.
Denver Art Museum
Visit their innovative gallery installations and education programs.
Molly Brown House & Museum
They called her the unsinkable Molly Brown. Many of you may not know that Molly Brown called Denver home. The house has been restored to its original glory and is definitely worth a visit.