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Travel and hotel

If you’re coming to the in-Denver part of the conference, the Mile High City will be our home for three days.

Denver, Colorado, is big enough to be called bustling, and small enough to feel welcoming. Get information that can help you fly, ride, and sleep — and our tips for avoiding hotel booking scams.


Most of the NTC program takes place at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver (700 14th Street). Some special events may take place at other locations.


We’ve reserved blocks of discounted hotel rooms for NTC attendees. Reservations can be made by visiting the booking link or by calling the hotel directly. No one from NTEN or the hotels will contact you.

Booking links will be available December 7.

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
Onsite dining, heated roof-top pool.
1550 Court Place
Denver, CO 80202 
+1 303-893-3333
$236 per night, plus tax

Sonesta Denver Downtown
Onsite dining, heated outdoor pool.
1450 Glenarm Place
Denver, CO 80202
+1 303-573-1450
$201 per night, plus tax

Avoid hotel booking scams

Be on the lookout for hotel booking scams. There are companies that call or email potential conference attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors, claiming to work with NTEN or the NTC. These scams can lead to overcharging or outright theft. Only book your room through the booking links on this website. Do not interact with or respond to hotel room reservation solicitations.


The Denver International Airport (airport code: DIA) is the closest airport to Denver, Colorado.

We encourage NTC attendees to use public transit whenever possible.

Transportation from the airport

The Regional Transportation District, better known as RTD, is one of Colorado’s transit services. The RTD A Line connects Denver International Airport and downtown Denver.

There are six stops between the airport station (26800 E 84th Ave) and Denver Union Station (1700 Wewatta Street). The trip takes about 40 minutes and costs $10.50 each way (with potential discount fares for youth, seniors, disabled people, and others).

Accessibility: RTD A Line trains have level boarding at all doors of the train and designated seating areas for riders with wheelchairs and other mobility devices. Get RTD’s accessibility information.

Local transit

Once you arrive at Union Station, you can access additional transit services, including light rail, buses, taxis, and the Free MallRide buses that provide access to many downtown hotels.

The RTD Mobile Tickets app is an easy way to buy tickets and plan your trip. Tickets can also be purchased at station ticket vending machines or at sales outlets.

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