Fill Your Days With Fun
When you choose any of the quality hotels near Elitch Gardens Theme Park, Denver, you are getting far more than a comfortable place to sleep near some of the best sites in the downtown area. You’re getting a launch pad to days so filled with fun that you may not even feel yourself hitting the pillow by the end of them. This is the kind of fun that you will need more than one day to truly experience, the kind of fun that has been honed by the park for more than one hundred years.
The original site opened in 1890 as a zoo and became the first zoo to be owned and managed by a woman in 1891. The Elitch Theatre, which was in operation until 1991, was the oldest summer stock theater in the country and the site of the first films shown in Colorado in 1896. The first roller coaster debuted in 1904, and over the next 90 years, though the zoo eventually closed, more and more rides and excitement were added in. By the time the park moved to its current location in 1995, more than 24 big rides were in operation.
Though a couple of the original rides didn’t make the move, most did and new ones continued to be added, included to create of the Island Kingdom water park. The list now boasts rides like the Twister II, based on the original parks wooden coaster, the Sidewinder, and the Mind Eraser. Though ownership has changed hands over the years, the park has continued to be a mainstay for family fun and thrilling adventure in the downtown area and your room or suite at the hotels near Elitch Gardens Theme Park, Denver will give you everything you need to spend your waking hours laughing, screaming, and smiling.
Fill Your Nights With Comfort
You already know how you are going to spend your waking hours. In fact, you’re probably already more than excited to do so. Before you hop in the car or get on a plane, however, take a moment to look through the incredible hotels near Elitch Gardens Theme Park, Denver, and choose the best one for you. If you plan to make the most of your time riding the coasters and splashing in the water park, go with the Springhill Suites or Hampton Inn & Suites to get the ideal support for an extended stay with spacious accommodations and ideal services.
If you want to keep an eye on the bottom dollar, maybe shuffle a bit more of that budget towards your time in the park, get a room at the Ramada Inn or Super 8, where comfort is still top priority but with a nod towards affordability as well. It doesn’t matter which of these fine hotels you think is the right fit, every one will give you the extras you need to focus on your fun. Get free Internet, free breakfast, workout facilities, and on-site business services and get it all only minutes from the front gates of your next theme park extravaganza right in the middle of all the action in Downtown Denver.