At Days Inn and Suites Denver International Airport, guests float in an indoor pool or work out at a fitness center open 24 hours. The building is located within a half-hour drive of downtown Denver, where you can grab a pint at a local brewery or dine at restaurants along the pedestrian-friendly 16th Street Mall. It's about an hour away from several of the area’s top ski resorts and just a few miles from the Denver International Airport, where a free 24-hour shuttle travels to and from the main terminal.
In the morning, the hotel sets out a free breakfast with juices, pastries, and cereals served with freshly brewed coffee. Guests also can visit the onsite convenience store to pick up items they may have forgotten or to cajole the cashier into singing them to sleep.
Canopy Airport Parking's facility on Tower Road houses automobiles while easing the company's impact on the Earth with a Green Garage certification from the Green Parking Council. A medley of wind turbines, geothermal energy, and solar panels power Canopy's structures, and Juice Bar EV charging stations—free for parked customers—actively support owners of electric cars. Canopy even boasts biodiesel, hybrid, and compress-natural-gas shuttles that shuffle passengers to and from the airport for free 24/7/365. Travelers can opt for the standard open-air parking or go for a little extra protection from the elements in the covered self-parking area. Meanwhile, indoor valet parking saves valuable time when you're running late for a flight and acquaints your car with a friendly professional driver.
Travelers can opt for the standard open-air parking or go for a little extra protection from the elements in the covered self-parking area. Meanwhile, indoor valet parking saves valuable time when you're running late for a flight and acquaints your car with a friendly professional driver.
53,275,923 people. That's how many passengers used Denver International Airport over the course of 12 months ending with January 2013, good enough for 13th place on the list of the busiest airports in the world. Given DIA's relatively removed location, lack of public transportation options, and all the legal red tape involved with growing wings, all those passengers mean one thing: cars.
USAirport Parking is up to the challenge of keeping those cars safe and their owners at ease. Located a 10-minute shuttle ride from the airport terminal, the lot can be hard to fathom by numbers alone: 60 acres of fenced-in pavement, 1,200 covered spaces, and a maximum capacity of 8,000 vehicles. For car owners, it's a simple process: simply park the vehicle in an empty space, and then catch the airport shuttle that runs every 7 to 10 minutes between 7 a.m. and midnight—and by request at any other time. An attentive and friendly staff keeps watch at all times. Where the power of human observation ends, a 24-hour camera system fills in to catch any foul play or UFO landings.