The Westin Denver International Airport

Experiences

As the only hotel connected to Jeppesen Terminal, The Westin Denver International Airport is located near Denver International Airport (DEN), known as DIA by the locals and heralded as the USA's fifth busiest airport. This state-of-art facility features a distinctive architecture of towering white peaks and well-manicured outdoor spaces. Inside the main building, there is a special surprise for visitors—an acclaimed collection of permanent and temporary artworks. After admiring theses pieces, venture outside for the incredible Shadow Array and Fields of Air exhibits, designed to mirror the state's grasslands and mountain ranges. If you plan to linger in Denver, the airport offers convenient access to the A Line Commuter Rail, which runs to downtown's Union Station. Take the 23-mile trip in 37 minutes to reach family-favorite sites like Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum and the Denver Botanic Gardens.

WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio

Set against stunning views, our 1,800-square-foot WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio inspires with its arc designed and opaque wall of windows and sleek modern layout.

WestinWorkOUT Fitness Studio

Heated Indoor Pool

With its dramatic wall of windows, punctuated by a wide arc of steel, our heated indoor pool inspires with its views of Denver International Airport's airfield and the Colorado Front Range.

Indoor Pool

Our seasonal Run Concierges provide our guests with the opportunity to have a running partner as well as learn about the area while staying fit.

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WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio

Swimming

Indoor Heated Pool

Mon-Sun: 5:00 AM-11:00 PM

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Towels provided

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Below lists the featured artists and artwork that we have on display at The Westin Denver International Airport.

“Strange Continents” 2015, Mindy Bray
 

Location: Level 1 Hotel Entrance Hallway

Mindy Bray painted her largest mural commission to date along the 150-foot-long hallway at the entrance to the Westin hotel. The imagery for the work is derived from hundreds of photographs of the Platte River at Confluence Park in Denver, which the artist digitally manipulated to arrive at a vocabulary of shapes that were composed to resemble a global map. The colors recall traditional colors used in maps.

“Colorado River” 2015, Wopo Holup
 

Location: Level 2 Grand Foyer West Wall

Wopo Holup was commissioned to create a series of sculptural pieces to grace the west wall of the Westin Conference Center pre-function area. The work represents ten continuous sections of the Colorado River running from Grand Lake in the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of California. Along the way it runs through five states forming Lake Powell, Lake Mead and irrigated lands such as Imperial Valley. The work was cut from aluminum and hand-covered in 24-carat gold leaf.

“En-Route” 2015, Heather Patterson
 

Location: Level 2 Grand Foyer East Wall

Patterson was commissioned to produce nine panels of artwork that compose a large artwork on the east wall of the Westin Conference Center pre-function area. Patterson layered varied imagery through drawing, painting, and collaging sheets of acrylic paint, creating a sense of fragmented time. Her imagery hearkens urban street grids, flight maps and landscapes with bursts of color and energy.

“Shadow Array” 2015, Patrick Marold
 

Location: Train platform exterior

Local artist, Patrick Marold, was selected for a $2 million commission to create a large-scale installation to enhance the expansive landscape area around the Public Transit Station. The sculpture titled, “Shadow Array,” consists of approximately 236 beetle-kill spruce logs from southern Colorado, which will create an active experience for travelers as they enter and exit the valley by train.

“Field of Air” 2015, Ned Kahn
 

Location: Exterior plaza between Jeppesen Terminal & Westin hotel 

California-based sculptor, Ned Kahn, was selected for a $2 million commission to create a large wind- activated sculptural installation titled, “Field of Air.” Kahn was inspired by the way the grasses of the plains expose the invisible force of the wind.  Thousands of individual pieces are hinged and suspended over a rock bed, creating a fascinating play on the air of it’s natural environment.

“L’eau dans tous ses états” or “Water in All Of its States”
 

Location: Levels 1 Train Hall and 5 canopies and central escalators 

Paris-based light artist Yann Kersalé was selected for a $1 million commission to provide a lighting design for the Train Hall and Level 5 canopies and a unique video-based installation inside the escalator connecting the Public Transit Center to the Level 5 plaza.

Westin Family

Westin Family is designed to enrich our youngest guests’ stay and enhance their well-being through exploration and discovery. From our kids’ Travel Journal to our Local Activity Guide, every aspect of Westin Family is designed to engage, inspire, and celebrate young travelers and their families.

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Denver Art Museum

Explore the Denver Art Museum and discover exceptional exhibits and masterpieces. The Denver Art Museum also offers free admission for youth under the age of 18! Bring the family and experience one of the largest art museums in the West.

Coors Field

Home to the Colorado Rockies MLB team, Coors Field is a popular destination for sports enthusiasts in the heart of downtown Denver. If you're visiting during the off-season, you can take a tour of the field during select days.

Pepsi Center

Home to several major sports teams, including the Denver Nuggets NBA team, the Colorado Avalanche NHL team, and the Colorado Mammoth MLL team, the Pepsi Center also plays host to an array of concerts throughout the year.

Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Interested in natural history? This museum is for you! The focus here is specifically on science of the surrounding Rocky Mountain Region. Featuring plenty of permanent exhibitions as well as special events, spend the day learning and exploring.

Mile High Stadium

Sports fanatic? Denver is the place for you. Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium is home to the Denver Broncos. The stadium will also hold large events and concerts here, so be sure to check out their upcoming events during your visit.

Red Rocks

Located 10 miles west of Denver in Morrison, Colorado, Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a popular concert venue. Catch your favorite band play in this stunning open-air theatre, which offers spectacular scenery to enjoy a concert.

More Attractions

Enjoy a live show at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, from Broadway musicals to unique improv shows and plays of all kinds.

Explore downtown Denver, a vibrant, walkable city center home to a variety of dining options, art, entertainment, shopping and craft breweries.

The 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver is a mile-long mall filled with plenty of things to do, including great shopping, restaurants, bars and attractions. With local shops and name-brand stores alike, there's a bit of something for everyone.

Bring along the kids for an exciting day at the Denver Zoo, one of Denver's most family-friendly things to do. Located in City Park of Denver, the zoo covers 75 acres of land and includes rare and unique species.

Explore a variety of hands-on and interactive activities designed to encourage children to innovate, explore, create and learn. Ideal for children ages newborn through eight years old.

Located on the former Lowry Air Force Base, enjoy fifty iconic aircraft and realistic flight simulators.