Hyatt Hotels of Downtown Denver Launch the Popular Micro Brew Walking Tour Package

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The award-winning downtown Denver hotels, Grand Hyatt Denver and Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, offer a hotel package that includes sampling of Colorado craft beers at some of the Mile High City's finest brew pubs in a self-guided Micro Brew Walking Tour Package.

Colorado Craft Beer Culture is enjoyed with the Hyatt Micro Brew Walking Tour Package

Downtown Denver Hyatts offer self-guided Micro Brew Walking Tour

The beginning of baseball season is the ideal time to showcase the Micro Brew Walking Tour Package and all that downtown Denver has to offer.

What Napa is to wine, Denver is to micro brews. The award-winning Hyatt Hotels of Downtown Denver are pleased to present a hotel package that includes sampling at some of the Mile High City’s finest brew pubs. The popular Micro Brew Walking Tour Package has been revamped and relaunched to feature additional Colorado micro brews.

Offered at both Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center and Grand Hyatt Denver, this self-guided Micro Brew Walking Tour Package now includes the following (per occupied room):

  •     Breckenridge Brewery: One Pint of Beer
  •     Great Divide Brewing Company: One Flight of Beer and a 20% discount on Beer and Gear
  •     Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery: Four Tasters
  •     Rock Bottom Brewery: Two Micro Brews
  •     Prost Brewing: One Flight

With Denver world-renowned for its craft beer culture, guests are given an insight and the unique experience of understanding what distinguishes a micro brew and what goes into creating one. Added to the list of package inclusions is a discount on parking and Strata Bar appetizers at Hyatt Regency Denver and a $10 credit toward the purchase of two luncheon or dinner entrees at Grand Hyatt Denver’s Pub 17.

“Denver is a brewers’ capital. This tour showcases some of the city’s finest taking in its best attractions such as Coors Field, the Denver Center for Performing Arts, Larimer Square, 16th Street Mall along the way and all within walking distance of the hotel,” commented Grand Hyatt Denver’s food and beverage director Brian Smith. “The beginning of the baseball season is the ideal time to showcase the package and all that downtown Denver has to offer,” added Don Choudhury, Hyatt Regency Denver food and beverage director.                    

The value-added package can start as low as $129 per room on select dates (plus tax; subject to availability) and is offered on weekdays and weekends. (Must be 21 years of age; restrictions may apply.)

The Hyatt Micro Brew Walking Tour Package is a past recipient of a Westword newspaper “Best of Denver” award and was featured in Budget Travel Magazine as one of the “50 Best Deals”.

About Hyatt Hotels of Denver Downtown
Hyatt Hotels of Downtown Denver are comprised for two award winning properties in the heart of the Mile High City. They are located two blocks a part, one block on either side of the 16th Street Mall. The 516 room Grand Hyatt Denver boasts 52,600 square feet of event space, including the renowned 38th floor Pinnacle Club with its panoramic views. It also features the Denver pub, Pub 17 on Welton Street, capitalizing on Colorado micro brews, regionally sourced fare and Colorado western slope wines. Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center is one of the region’s largest hotels. Towering 37 stories, it offers 1,100 newly-refreshed guest rooms adjacent to the Colorado Convention Center. Hyatt Regency Denver includes 60,600 square feet of Denver meeting space, including two large ballrooms, Peaks Lounge on the 27th floor with views overlooking the Rocky Mountains, and Altitude Restaurant. Both hotels provide free guest room high speed WiFi, a state-of-the art fitness facility and a host of amenities that provide comfort for their guests. Reservations may be made by calling toll-free 800-233-1234, by visiting downtowndenver.hyatt.com or by contracting a travel planner.

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