Comfort Suites Highlands Ranch Denver Tech Center Area
7060 E. County Line Rd.
Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
Phone: (303) 770-5400
Fax: (303) 770-3404
7060 E. County Line Rd., Highlands Ranch, CO, US, 80126
- Phone: (303) 770-5400
- Fax: (303) 770-3404
The Denver Doll Emporium started as a family business in South Pearl district and now specializes in rare and import dolls. They also have a reputation as one of the best US retailers of Asian ball-jointed dolls and accessories. The Denver Doll Emporium is still family run and prides themselves on their customer service and intimate atmosphere. Many of their dolls and displays are showcased including their boxed and pre-ordered dolls. The clothing, wigs, and other accessories are clearly organized by doll size and type. Serious doll collectors across America stand by the Denver Doll Emporium. One visit will make it easy to see why. -Sabrina Zirakzadeh
Officially billed as the 'Park Meadows Retail Resort,' this mall's name reflects its attempt to replicate an alpine resort environment. The mall security officers resemble park rangers. Rock formations rise in rest areas, and the pine interior reminds shoppers more of a ski lodge than a suburban shopping mall. Nordstrom and Dillard's anchor the mall's other gift stores and boutiques. It is easily accessible and the perfect place to shop, dine and entertain.
You can expect to find a never-ending stock of clothes here. No matter what you are looking for, it is there in the aisles at Nordstrom - be it socks, belts and other formal wear for guys; or handbags, lingerie and sweaters for women. You can also place your orders online. Another great feature about the company is that, if you can't find the product you want in a certain store, they will source it from other locations and ship it to you!
Arapahoe Cyclery is so large it seems more like a bike farm than a store. Covering 6000 square feet (557.41 square meters) of floor space, it creates the feeling that there must be a corn crib out back filled with helmets. This store offers over 500 bikes for every size, need and budget by such familiar makers as Diamondback, Raleigh and Univega. All bikes come with free lifetime adjustments and tune-ups. The shop also carries the latest riding gear including jerseys, helmets, gloves, and glasses.
Since 1954, this trout-catching shop has been the dean of fly fishing expertise for Colorado. Its staff has over 300 years of combined fly fishing experience with insiders' knowledge on what flys to use on what river and at what time. The proverbial Larry the Lunker hates these guys. It also offers one-day classes teaching the basics of both fly fishing and fly tying. The shop carries a huge selection of rods and reels, fly boxes and glasses.
Sure, Performance is an east coast bike chain competing with independents in a western, mountain-riding environment, but its prices on accessories are hard to beat. So if you need a few last minute things before a day on the trail do not be afraid to save a few dollars on tubes, lubricants, patches, tools, tires and other important items needed for a smooth ride. The bikes in stock—Specialized, Giant and Mongoose, cater to the beginner and intermediate riders. Watch for sales for great savings on clothing and components.
This family owned and operated bike shop has kept the cyclists of Colorado pedaling strong for over 30 years. Located one block west of the University of Denver, it specializes in the sales and service of Trek, Kona, Santa Cruz and other superior bike manufacturers. An experienced staff, well schooled in the industry, will fit your tastes and skill level to the appropriate bike allowing you to ride with ultimate confidence. All bikes sold come with a warranty package and free lifetime service. The shop also carries a fair selection of accessories, including helmets, gloves and clothing.
The Guitar Center on South Colorado Boulevard is a one stop option for everything related to music. Right from branded guitars to vintage collectibles to music merchandises, the store has it all. Its inventory comprises various brands such as Fender, Gibson, Yamaha, Dunlop, etc., which are offered at rates lower than most of the retailers in the city. For the budding musicians, the Guitar Center hosts workshops under the guidance of experts. And if one can not visit the store, then the store also accepts online orders and delivers the products at your door. Visit their website to know more about their enticing products and services.
Campus Cycles center is a rare find in the often pretentious world of bike shops. The friendly staff and service department, with more than 50 years of bike industry experience, welcomes everyone regardless of knowledge or skill level. After years of operating out of a cramped space the owners moved the shop 10 blocks down the road to a larger building. Hence, Denver's best bike shop became better. Check out the latest mountain and road bikes from Giant, Gary Fisher, GT and Lemond, as well as the latest fashions from Pearl Izumi and Fox.
This family owned shop is a must stop for anyone in search of a unique gift, or looking to add a southwest touch to the home. Outside Old Santa Fe Pottery, are rows upon rows of red clay pottery as well as glazed pottery of every size and shape. There are chimeneas, sun faces, and decorative Acatlan animals. Fountains and bird baths fit perfectly in the quaint courtyard. Inside you will find rustic pine, oak, and Equipole furniture, wall art, lamps, dinnerware, rugs and much more.
This music shop has one of the largest selections of used CDs (over 70,000 titles) in Denver. Most are under USD9 and the store is always in the market for more music. So if you are anxious to modify your current collection or simply need some cash, it constantly buys used CDs, along with videos and DVDs, and pays more per disc than anybody in town. The store also stocks a good assortment of new music and movies, and rents videos and DVDs as well as its respective players. Listen to anything before you buy it.
The Empty Bottle, located at the far end of the Old South Pearl shopping district, is one of Denver's premiere wine and spirits stores. At about the size of a corner liquor store, The Empty Bottle might not seem to have a fantastic selection at first glance, but step inside and you'll discover that what they do have is top of the line, with more available upon request. The store is set up like an old wine cellar and the staff is knowledgeable and friendly. While you won't find cheap bottles here, for the quality the stock is quite reasonably priced. Wine tastings can be arranged for groups, and members of the Wine Club enjoy inexpensive specialty bottles delivered to their door once a month. The Empty Bottle is certainly full of possibilities! -Sabrina Zirakzadeh