Last Updated on June 22, 2024 by Katrina

Photo credit: The Rally Hotel

The Colorado Rockies play Major League baseball in downtown Denver at Coors Field—a stadium with its own views of the Rocky Mountains. Since the 1995 stadium is in Denver’s LoDo neighborhood (which stands for “Lower Downtown”), you have a wide choice of places to stay, from mainstream brands to cool boutique hotels. Plus, the stadium is within walking distance of other Denver landmarks such as Union Station, Larimer Square and the 16th St. Mall. Here are the best hotels near Coors Field.

The Rally Hotel (1600 20th St.; 720-907-1234) Downtown

“You’re so close to the stadium that you might feel like the pitcher could bust out your window with a fastball,” writes Condé Nast Traveler of this “subtly baseball-themed” boutique hotel across the street from Coors Field. “The memorabilia on view looks more like an elegant museum display than a theme resort.” A Tripadvisor user writes that the 182-room hotel “would easily stand on its own without the baseball cues. The staff are friendly and helpful. The rooms feature fun, modern décor and there are many great food options in the immediate area.” The hotel’s destination fee includes morning coffee and an evening social hour. >> Book this hotel for less

The Maven Hotel at Dairy Block (1850 Wazee St.; 720-460-2727) Downtown

U.S. News & World Report likes the “spacious loft-style accommodations with trendy on-site amenities” at this 172-room hotel, which is a quarter mile from the stadium and located along the Dairy Block—the site of a former dairy that’s now home to restaurants and shops. The hotel’s destination fee includes free coffee, a daily margarita, and discounts at Dairy Block businesses. “Rooms are on the smaller end, but have every amenity you’d need,” writes a Google reviewer. “If you plan to stay downtown and don’t want to take an Uber or rent a car to go anywhere, stay here. The farthest you’ll have to walk is to Union Station to hitch a train to the airport.” >> Book this hotel for less

The Crawford Hotel (1701 Wynkoop St.; 720-460-3700) Downtown

Stay less than a half mile from the stadium—and inside a historic train station—at this boutique hotel that “just might have the best lobby in the city,” writes Condé Nast Traveler. “And, no two rooms are alike—pullman guest rooms recreate the feeling of a train car with Art Deco furnishings and vintage train advertisements.” Staying here also offers courtesy car rides as well as easy access to the actual train system. “This place just oozes awesome,” writes a Google reviewer. “It’s a two block walk to Coors Field to see a ballgame. It’s not cheap but worth every penny.” >> Book this hotel for less

Hotel Indigo Denver Downtown-Union Station, an IHG Hotel (1801 Wewatta St.; 303- 623-4422) Downtown

A Tripadvisor reviewer writes that the location of this 180-room hotel “is incredible—right next to Union Station and a very short walk to Coors Field,” while another writes that they “had a corner room that had a great view of Coors Field. Everything was super clean and it felt new.” Meanwhile, a Google reviewer likes the ambience: “We loved the interesting modern design in the lobby, hallways, and rooms. Our room was small but had a nice city view. We were glad to find out about the complimentary breakfast and that we were able to validate next door garage parking at the front desk.” >> Book this hotel for less

The Ritz-Carlton, Denver (1881 Curtis St.; 303-312-3800) Downtown

Combine a ballgame with a luxurious getaway at Denver’s Ritz-Carlton, about a half mile from Coors Field. According to Travel+Leisure, the hotelis home to some of Denver’s most spacious hotel rooms, several with Rocky Mountain views. It also features an expansive spa.” A Google reviewer writes that “we stayed in a corner suite and we were able to walk to various locations and get tips from the staff on places to go. Our room had a huge bathroom, two TVs, and a view of the baseball park.” >> Book this hotel for less