Econo Lodge Denver International Airport
15900 E. 40th Ave
Aurora, CO 80011
Phone: (303) 373-1616
Fax: (303) 373-5906
15900 E. 40th Ave, Aurora, CO, US, 80011
- Phone: (303) 373-1616
- Fax: (303) 373-5906
The Historic Ballpark Neighborhood was formed in 2002 to preserve the historic warehouses and buildings surrounding the Ballpark area. This neighborhood, during its heyday, was made up of businesses related to the trade routes and train-related businesses and was inhabited by immigrant families and train workers. Located north of LoDo and the downtown district, this neighborhood has been rapidly expanding ever since, especially with the onset of new housing developments and condominiums. In many of its old buildings, you can now find a dizzying selection of galleries, bars, restaurants, antique stores and small, local businesses. Come visit this quirky, thriving spot!
Yellow Cab offers taxi services at affordable rates across Denver and Boulder. They provide reliable services to customers and also have wheelchair, power chairs and scooter accessible cars and van. By booking a taxi 24 hours in advance you are assured of a pick-up at your doorstep or anywhere you are. With their metered and shared rates you can just go anywhere in the city at a lesser price.
The Doubletree Grand Ballroom is located in Doubletree Hotel Denver. This is a 10,000 sq. ft. hall that is rented out for dances, weddings, themed parties and corporate events. The ballroom can easily seat 1,300 guests. The atmosphere is formal and the lighting is bright, with carpets on the floor. The hotel also has a smaller ballroom which is ideal for smaller functions.
Metro Taxi company is the city's largest taxi service. It offers taxi services from airport to your doorstep or anywhere you wish to go. With much experience in this business and a skilled staff, they will ensure you reach your destination in time. The taxis are on call 24/7 and also offer the option of wheelchair accessible taxis.
Built in 1941, Eisenhower Memorial Chapel is a historic chapel that is available on rent for special occasions. Be it weddings, memorials, community events, religious meetings, school functions, or other organizational events, this charming space creates the perfect backdrop. The simple and elegant chapel has a seating capacity for 200 persons. In addition, there is a balcony where you can host smaller meetings and conferences for up to 15 people. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it was designated as a historic landmark in 1981.
Denver airport transportation and limousine service to DIA and all Colorado since 1996.
Payless Car Rental is a private company that rents out vehicles to small and large tourist groups. Founded in 1971, it is a part of the Avalon Global Group of Companies. Once a small outlet in Spokane, it now has over 1,500 locations across the world. Choose from a wide range of four-wheelers on offer — Ford Focus, Lincoln Towncar, Oldsmobile Alero, Nissan Altima and many more — and explore cities in comfort!
Temple Emanuel is located at Denver, Colorado. This building was built in the year 1956 C.E and is also known as Congregation Emanuel and is identified as 5DV8272. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on May 19, 2003.
Voted by local physicians as Denver's top baby hospital. Pediatric feeding center and nursery. Full-emergency services, sleep disorder center and sports medicine. Patient suites and valet parking.
This Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Hilltop neighborhood of Denver is not only a place of worship, it also hosts monthly concerts and music lessons and provides a wide array of services for families, childcare, youth and seniors.
East High School is located in the City Park neighborhood and is a part of the Denver school system. The school had opened in 1875 with a total student count of 108. The building was designed by Williamson, George Hebard, and has Late 19th and 20th Century Revival, Jacobethan Revival styles of architecture. It was added to National Register of Historic Places on July 27, 2006.
Sprawling 53 square miles across the eastern plains, Denver International Airport (DIA) is one of the largest (and busiest) airports in the world. There are so many restaurants, shops, trees and works of art inside the airport that you almost feel like you are walking through a fancy mall rather than an airport. Helpful Tips: DIA contains the Jeppesen Terminal and three concourses (A, B, C). All concourses are reached by underground train, which runs approximately every two minutes from the main terminal. A walking bridge also accesses Concourse A. Parking is available on both the west and east side of the Jeppensen Terminal. United Airlines, which operates 70 percent of the flights from DIA, resides on the west side, along with Northwest, Air Canada and British Airways. All other major US airlines, including American Airlines, Delta and Frontier, reside on the east side. Ground transportation information is available at booths in baggage claim on Level 5. Ticketing and check in is located on Level 6.