Econo Lodge Denver International Airport
15900 E. 40th Ave
Aurora, CO 80011
Phone: (303) 373-1616
Fax: (303) 373-5906
Northfield Stapleton, located at the Stapleton Airport site, is one of Denver's largest shopping districts. Northfield Stapleton is too large to walk around easily because it consists of an outdoor strip mall and a collection of shops. The stores range from fancy boutiques to family-run bookstores and movie theaters. An entire day could easily be spent shopping there. Yet, the real draw to Northfield Stapleton are the restaurants, dance spots, late-night bars and the comedy and improv clubs. These unique attractions are rarely found so near to each other. Take a day to browse the stores, but definitely come back for the nightlife! -Sabrina Zirakzadeh
With the establishment of the Walmart Supercenter in Denver's Stapleton neighborhood, shopping has become an easy affair for the people. Part of one of the largest chains of department store sin the world, this outlet too houses everything one may need, from necessities to luxuries. Apparel, gardening essentials, fresh produce, home decor, electronics and more are available here. A pharmacy and optician are also located on site. If you get tired during your shopping spree, enjoy a relishing bite at the on-site Subway outlet.
For Colorado's largest selection of spiritual and metaphysical items, look no further than this feel-good shop. The store carries a full range of religious, pagan, astrology, and mystical titles to suit everyone from New Age novices to shamans. Plus, it carries incense and accessories, crystals, tarot cards, oils, funky fountains, and Feng Shui supplies. The store is a meeting place for psychics, astrologers and other "mystic mongers", so check its bulletin board or ask around if you are interested in classes or sessions.
This shop proves that good things are in Aurora - some are just harder to find than others. Catering to the beginning mountain bike crowd, you will find a wealth of introductory bikes perfect for starting out on single track. Folks fond of cruising the neighborhood can choose between an array of hybrid street bikes, including selections from Diamond Back's Voyager line. The BMX crowd will find a number of free flying selections. But the main draw of the shop is the enormous clothing selection.
Park Hill Cooperative Bookstore is a non-profit bookstore designed to give the community an active part in running a bookstore. Book loving volunteers run the place, along with one paid employee who manages the operation. Patrons bring in their old books and trade for new ones. For local or out of town bibliophiles, this hidden gem is a true find. From fiction to history, all genres are offered.
Mile High Marketplace is the largest and only local year-round, outdoor, value-conscious shopping and entertainment destination. Offering a diverse and different experience every time, this marketplace is anchored by five eclectic yet complementary markets: a flea market, farmers market, shops, antiques and events.
First opened in 1971 as a small, nook-and-cranny bookstore, the Tattered Cover has since then become a literary institution in Denver! This independent and used bookstore has opened three additional venues in the past thirty years; in addition to being well-stocked in indie titles, it has hosted a wide variety of community cultural events, including appearances by Barack Obama, Joan Didion, Buckminster Fuller, Julia Child, Margaret Atwood and astronaut John Glenn (among many, others). Bookworms, you've got a home here!
Owners Lawrence and Cathy Covell personally select their exclusive designer clothing from runways in New York and Milan. The boutique, located in the posh Cherry Creek North Shopping District, offers men's and women's clothing, including sophisticated suits, as well as sportswear and accessories. Featured designers include Claude Montana, Yeohlee and Vestimente. If you are attempting to make an eyebrow raising fashion statement for a special occasion this is the clothing store to visit. Call for opening hours, or an appointment.
The Truffle is one of many Denver cheese stores enjoying the local spotlight, and probably one of the best as well. Located a short distance from the Cherry Creek Mall, the Truffle is easy to find but just out-of-the-way enough that it is rarely crowded and visitors can enjoy one-on-one attention and help from the knowledgeable staff. The Truffle is an old-fashioned cheese store; you will find nothing else there, but the amount of cheese is surprising and more than enough to take up an afternoon! Tastings are available, as is advice on food and drink to pair with the different cheeses, information on their production and discovery, and much, much more! Pick up a wheel of brie or whatever tickles your fancy and enjoy some amazing cheese!
This quaint dress shop is a real find, here in Denver. Fully beaded wedding gowns, reminiscent of the 1930s and 1940s, dazzle with not just craftsmanship but price tag as well. Vintage evening wear in velvet and lace line the racks, along with stylized pill-box hats, jewelry, and jackets. If you are looking for something special for a gala night out, then look no further. Svelte designs, accentuated features, feathers and sequins made available here will make you the star at any social gathering. Delicate pieces, old world charm and dedicated staff make this store most lovable for all shoppers.
Macy's is one of the biggest chain of lifestyle departmental stores. Needless to say, this place is ideal for people on a big time shopping spree. Right from fashion to household items, one can get a load of varied range. With brand names like Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren, this place also attracts a lot of staunch fashion followers. Located within Cherry Creek Shopping Center, this store is a one stop shop and definitely a must visit.
The faint scent of old paper comforts readers coming to The Hermitage Bookshop from far and wide. Lining the shelves are titles from a forgotten time lovingly preserved by the keepers of this book house. Nestled into the leather chairs or propped on a stool, readers are yet again taken on journeys through time and tradition at one of the oldest bookstores in the city. The store also seeks to keep alive the art of reading with read aloud sessions for students and children.