Comfort Suites Denver Southwest
7260 W. Jefferson
Lakewood, CO 80235
Phone: (303) 988-8600
Fax: (303) 988-1804
The Polo Reserve Development is a fully equipped Polo field situated at a 15 mile drive away from Denver at the city of Littleton. Overlooking the scenic Rocky Mountains, the exodus of greenery amids the seclusion makes good atmosphere for staging events. One such notable one is the Denver Polo Classic. Each July, for three days, Denver natives flock to the Polo Reserves to watch a good old game of Polo and cheer the players amidst constant service of fine alcohol and food. All benefits from the Denver Polo Classic goes to aiding various children's causes.
Medical and surgical intensive care, air ambulance and pediatric emergency. State-of-the-art women's services technology. Nursery, fitness center and patient E-mail service. Voted four years in a row as Denver's Quality Leader in Healthcare.
Round-the-clock emergency care, heliport, eye diagnostic lab, cardiovascular services and state-of-the-art cancer center. Short-term inpatient unit, hospice care and nursery. Abundant parking is available.
Between Jewell and Butchel Avenues, along the tree-lined streets of South Pearl Street dwells the historic neighborhood of Old South Pearl Street. This charming area is known for its surplus of locally-owned businesses, galleries, restaurants and booming night spots, as well as its many community events: weekly farmers' markets, as well as seasonal activities such as Winterfest, the Chilli Cook-Off, a summer bluegrass festival...In short, it is one of the cheerfullest and liveliest spots of the Mile High City!
The pupil of Lamont School of Music in the University of Denver can be found honing their artistic skills at the Driscoll Center. Bringing a wider perspective on studious affairs among students and teachers alike while promoting a sense of togetherness remains the main purpose of this meeting facility at the University. The variety of rooms on offer include the meeting room which can accommodate up to 500 people while for those looking for rooms on a smaller scale can avail of the 25 to 50-seater conference room. One can use the Fireside room if a casual setting is the need for the hour. Other rooms such as the '1880' and '1864' can hold meetings anywhere between 35 to 60 people.
Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium on the University of Denver campus is the only stadium in the country dedicated solely to the sport of Lacrosse. Lacrosse is a full contact sport like ice hockey so its very exciting and lively. The stadium is home to the University of Denver Lacrosse team the Pioneers. Call up to find out if any game is playing.
The Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver educates students about the ever-booming hospitality industry through their School of Hospitality Management program. The commitment to this cause has been triggered since over a century ago in 1908. The management course offered remains one of the top ranked ones and is praised by corporate media dailies such as The Wall Street Journal and Business Week. When in need to plan your event from roof-raising concerts to romantic weddings, the students and staff of the college are always available to offer help.
Hamilton Gymnasium is the 14000 square feet University of Denver sports facility, having a capacity of 2800. It's the premier venue for college basketball, volleyball and gymnastics athletes to train and prepare for upcoming games. Primarily a recreation facility for students to devote time for play, the gymnasium does host the odd game here and there, complete with packed crowds and cheerleaders. The multi-purpose venue well-equipped to host concerts and other meeting events.
The St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church of Denver, also known as St. Joseph's Redemptorist Church is a historic church located in Denver, Colorado. This Gothic architecture style church was built in 1888 and features turrets of unequal heights, gable roofs with an unusual rose window and a slightly pedimented porch. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
The Art District On Santa Fe (A.D.S.F)took shape soon after artists in Denver who felt the pinch of rising rentals, started to move towards Santa Fe Drive. As luck would have it, this street gradually developed to become the epicenter of art in the city. As of today, in addition to art galleries, yoga studios, book shops, bars, eateries and radio stations too find themselves here much to the delight of tourists and art enthusiasts. Some galleries in the A.D.S.F can be hired for private parties, seminars, lectures and workshops. Check website for details on upcoming events.
Mile High Station is a historic building built in 1897 as a forgery playing an important role in manufacturing for the wars. The building is now a prime venue in downtown Denver next to the Ivesco Field. The Mile High Station is a perfect venue for corporate meetings, ceremonies, balls, parties and benefits. When there is no event happening this place serves food and drinks and attracts sports fans heading to the football game at Ivesco Field.
Located in downtown, Denver Health Medical Center houses 477 beds and offers the area's only Level-1 trauma center for kids and adults, emergency services, surgery rehabilitation. Besides these services, they also have a substance treatment center which includes 100-bed detoxification facility and on-site pharmacy. With a highly professional yet warm and friendly staff, patients are assured the best treatment and speedy recovery.