There are lots of things to do in Denver, but none quite like spending a night in a hotel suite.
In the past, guests would spend an evening in a room in the Wynkoop Hotel and Casino, a short walk away from the city’s downtown.
Now, guests can also stay in hotel suites at the Denver Convention Center, the new Wynkoops and the Hyatt Regency.
The convention center suites have a “sleeper room” feature.
Guests can stay up to 90 days in the hotel suite, which costs $1,200 a night, or up to three nights for $1.1 million.
There are also five night packages for $5,000, and five nights for nearly $8 million.
A guest stays up to five nights in the Hybels, the convention center’s most expensive night.
Guests get to choose their own bed and breakfast.
The suites also offer a hotel spa and a rooftop pool.
They cost $6,000 per night.
The hotel suites are available on the Convention Center floor only.
They are reserved for hotel guests who have been approved for a room reservation by the Denver Hotel & Conference Center.
Guests must be 21 or older to stay in a suite.
A hotel suite costs about $8,000 to $9,000.
The Hybles hotel is a $3,800-per-night suite, but there is a minimum age requirement of 21 to stay there.
The Hyatt is available to everyone who has paid a $4,500 deposit.
Guests are required to book a room before October 1, 2018, so it is best to book before you book your hotel room.
You can book a hotel room at any hotel, hotel lobby, Hyatt hotel or other hotel.
You can book up to six nights per hotel room for a minimum of $5.1-million.
The best hotels in Denver have more than 300 rooms, but some may not have all the rooms you want.
Some hotels are located within a block of each other.