Tourism in Denver shattered the national averages last year. Experts credit popular activities like shopping and entertainment for the big boost.
The Denver Post reports a strengthening economy brought a record number of guests to Colorado hotels in 2014, pushing room rates higher than ever before.
Although covered in snow, two rooftops in downtown Denver are packed with thousands of fireworks ready to ring in 2015, and a little snow isn’t going to keep people away.
A year after marijuana sales became legal in Colorado, the impact on tourism is difficult to assess.
The USA Pro Challenge is not just a victory for the cyclists, but also for Colorado.
New numbers show people all across the country love the city of Denver. Tourism to the Mile High City and surrounding areas set a new record last year with more than 14 million visitors.
The Super Bowl is getting closer — maybe closer to Denver. So here’s a good question: can Denver get the Super Bowl? John Elway puts faith in the fans.
Denver is getting ready to celebrate the new year with two fireworks shows on New Year’s Eve.
Visit Denver gave a big thanks to CBS4 for the station’s support for tourism efforts on Thursday.
A record 13.6 million visitors came to Denver in 2012 and spent a record $3.6 billion in the city, according to a study commissioned for Visit Denver that the organization released Wednesday.