Aurora, Colorado is your Gateway to the Rockies. Explore our top 10 reasons to plan you next meeting, event, and convention here.
There are plenty of reasons to host your convention, meeting, or event at the Gateway to the Rockies. With more than 13,500 hotel rooms, 1 million square feet of meeting space, 75+ and off-site experiences you can’t find anywhere else, Aurora is a different side of Colorado. Our great destination has also been ranked number 33 on Cvent’s most recent list of Top 50 Meeting Destinations in the United State.
Aurora is only minutes from Denver International Airport (DEN), the fifth busiest airport in the country with nonstop service to more than 215 global destinations. Aurora’s light rail, buses, and ride-sharing options also make getting around the city a breeze.
The City of Aurora is taking COVID-19 precautions, including mask-wearing and social distancing. Our partner hotels have gone one step further to ensure meeting spaces are sanitized, cleaned regularly, and ready for attendees.
With more than 75 hotel properties, Aurora has it all, from full-service, brand-name properties to locally owned boutique hotels.
Opened in 2018, the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center is the largest in Colorado, with 1,501 guest rooms, 517,000+ total square feet of event space, and eight dining options.
Home of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora excels in the field of medical advancement and technology and is expected to only keep growing as a leader in the medical community. Additionally, Boeing and Panasonic call Aurora home and the city is also full of thriving locally owned businesses, restaurants, and more.
Aurora’s 250+ independently owned and operated eateries span a variety of digs, from Korean barbecue to Mexican taquerias and so much more.
As Colorado’s third-largest city (and the country’s 54th largest), Aurora has the resources to accommodate groups large and small while still offering unique off-site experiences not found anywhere else.
Aurora has 113 parks, 98 miles of trails, and 8,000 acres of open space to explore, allowing groups to fit in some Colorado adventure without having to venture too far away.
Aurora is the first city to welcome visitors to the beautiful Rocky Mountains, where they can discover hiking, biking, climbing or just taking in the fresh mountain air.
The Aurora Cultural Arts District is bursting with creative performances at the historic Aurora Fox Arts Center and The People's Building. New murals line Colfax Avenue and tell stories of Aurora's community and growth in the local art scene.