Downtown Denver Hotels Introduce Passport to Paris Package That Allows Quick Admission to Denver Art Museum Exhibit

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Grand Hyatt Denver and Hyatt Regency Denver are pleased to offer an overnight Denver hotel package that includes VIP admission to the Passport to Paris exhibition at the Denver Art Museum, now thorugh February 9, 2014.

Denver Colorado hotels sponsor of exhibition at Denver Art Museum

Passport to Paris Exhibit at Denver Art Museum

Hyatt Hotels of Denver Downtown, the downtown Denver hotels Grand Hyatt Denver and Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, welcome Passport to Paris to the Denver Art Museum October 27, 2013 to February 9, 2014 with value-added packages that make seeing the highly anticipated exhibition easy. Located only blocks from the Denver Art Museum, each of these AAA Four Diamond Hyatts’ overnight Denver hotel packages include two VIP quick admissions. As hotel official sponsors of the exhibition, the tickets the hotels provide to the exhibit are untimed and undated and allow immediate access with no standing in line and no advanced reservations required.

Hyatt Regency Denver’s Passport to Paris Package includes two VIP admissions to the exhibition and two cocktails in the hotel’s 27th floor Peaks Lounge overlooking the Mile High City and the Colorado Rockies.

Grand Hyatt Denver’s Grand Passport to Paris Package includes two VIP admissions to the exhibition and complimentary hotel valet parking for one car.

These overnight packages are offered October 26, 2013 to February 9, 2014 starting at $145 per room. Reservations may be made by calling toll-free (800) 233-1234 or by visiting the hotel’s Offers page at (The packages are subject to availability; the Denver Art Museum is closed on Mondays.)        

About Passport to Paris
Guests enjoy the largest collection of Monet ever seen in the Mile High City as well as the original paintings of world famous artists to include Pissarro, Cezanne, Degas, Renoir, Monet, Toulouse-Lautrec and Van Gogh, among others. More than a hundred works are showcased in this suite of three exhibitions that focuses on French art masterpieces from the late 1600s to the early 1900s, exploring changes in art and society during this important time in history.

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