Transportation options from the Airport to the Hyatt
1. Denver Airport Rail. AKA The A-Line. $10.50. Gets you to Union Station in about 37 minutes. From Union Station, take the FREE Mallride: [on the 2nd page you will see a map, and the Hyatt Convention Center is #25.] Get off the Mallride at California St. and walk one block to the hotel.
2. RTD. $3.00. You do have a 25 minute walk from the terminal to the station right outside the terminal. RTD also takes you to Union Station where you catch the Mallride.
3. Super Shuttle. About $30, but you can share a ride and it will be less. Also, it takes you right to the hotel.
4. Taxi. About $56.
5. Uber. About $36
You can also check out Ride Guru.
Where to Eat Near the Hyatt Hotel
Within the Hyatt is Former Saint Craft Kitchen and Taps. serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast starts at 6AM with either menu items individually priced, or a buffet for $20. There is also a 24-hour, grab-n-go place called Perks Coffee and More (name change to Assembly Hall Market & Bar in early June), serving Starbucks coffee, snacks, breakfast items, and ready-made sandwiches.
The Hyatt address is 650 15th St, so anything on the 16th St. Mall with a number address of 500-700 will be within 2 blocks of the hotel.
ink! Coffee Sage. 618 16th St Mall. Area chain serving gourmet coffee, sandwiches & sweets in hip, buzzy quarters, plus sidewalk seats.
Hard Rock Cafe: 500 16th St Mall. Rock ’n’ roll-themed chain with a high-energy vibe serving burgers & American classics.
Otra Vez Cantina: 610 16th St Mall. Upscale-casual Mexican eatery serving tacos, mole & more, with a bar showcasing agave spirits.
Jason’s Deli: 702 16th St Mall. Deli chain featuring piled-high sandwiches, a salad bar & health-conscious fare.
Henry’s Tavern. 500 16th St Mall. Sports Bar/Ale House with a varied menu.
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. 707 15th St. Outpost of upmarket steakhouse chain known for sizzling, butter-topped beef in an elegant setting. Starbucks: 700 16th St Mall.
You can find many other restaurants here. There are a ton of them. Keep in mind the FREE Mallride that goes up and down 16th.
For those who specified that they have dietary restrictions: Each meal provided on the tour will have a gluten-free option, and a vegan (which covers vegetarian and dairy free) option.