Ground Transportation

Our Annual Convention headquarters, the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center, is approximately 27 miles or 37 minutes away from the Denver International Airport  (DEN) and 1 mile from Union Station. A variety of transportation services are available at the Denver International Airport (DEN) and Union Station, as there is no complimentary shuttle between the Hyatt Regency Denver and the Denver International Airport.

Denver International Airport (DEN)

Shuttle Service

The Denver International Airport offers a variety of shared ride shuttle services to and from the airport. These services are available on a walk-up basis, however passengers are advised to make reservations in advance of arrival. Shuttle vans pick up passengers from Jeppesen Terminal 5, island 5, outside doors 505-507 (east side) and 510-512 (west side). Average shuttle fares from Denver International Airport to the Hyatt Regency Denver Hotel are $28+.

Taxi Service

Taxis pickup and drop-off from Jeppesen Terminal, Level 5, Island 1, outside Doors 505, 507 and 511 (Terminal East), and Doors 506, 510 and 512 (Terminal West). Uniformed taxi coordinators are stationed at the taxi zones to assist passengers with questions or concerns. A $4.57 airport access fee is included in all Denver taxicab meter fares for rides originating from the Denver International Airport. Average taxi fares from the Denver International Airport to the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center are $55+.

App Based Car Services

Smartphone app-based car ride services Lyft and Uber make getting to and from the airport easy. Fares are based on type of car, distance of trip, and area demand. Both applications will provide ride cost estimates prior to booking a ride.

Car Rental

There is a large selection of car rental companies available from the Denver International Airport. To access the Rental Car Center from the airport take a courtesy shuttle service from Jeppesen Terminal. Shuttles pick-up and drop-off from Jeppesen Terminal Level 5, Island 4, outside doors 505-513 (east side) and 504-512 (west side).

Public Transportation

Travellers can use A Line, the new rail service from Denver International Airport to LoDo's (lower downtown) Union Station and back, courtesy of the Regional Transportation District (RTD). The Denver airport rail has six stops along the way and takes approximately 37 minutes. To access the A Line from your flight follow signs for baggage claim or the transit center. From the B and C Concourses, you must board the airport people mover tram to get to Jeppesen Terminal where baggage claim and ground transportation is located. From the A Concourse, you may ride the tram or walk across the pedestrian bridge following the signs to the terminal.

Domestic arrivals are located in the center of the main terminal on Level 5. International arrivals are located at the north end of the terminal. Baggage claim is also located on Level 5. To get to Denver Airport Station, follow signs to the "Transit Center" and proceed to the south end of the main terminal on Level 5 (located under the large American flag). Exit the terminal through the sliding glass doors and take the escalator located in the center of the plaza down to Level 1. Tickets for the A Line may be purchased at the ticket vending machines located on the train platform using cash or credit cards. If traveling from the Airport to the A Line the ticket fare is $9 one way.

Ground Transportation in Downtown Denver

  • 16th Street Shuttle - runs throughout the central business and entertainment district of downtown Denver
  • Light Rail Service / RTD - stops at most corners in the city, including Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Pepsi Center/Six Flags / Elitch Gardens
  • Union Station - Lower Downtown (LODO) / Coors Field / 16th Street Mall; cost is $1.75 to $4.00 each way for rail or bus service