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 St, Denver, CO 80202). Some special events are held at other locations.


No availability remains in the discounted room block NTEN reserved. However, we are aware that there are rooms available at these hotels. Reservations can be made by visiting the booking link or calling the hotel directly. No one from NTEN or the hotels will contact you.

AC Hotel Denver Downtown
Two blocks from the convention center.
750 15th Street
Denver, CO 80202
+1 303-534-5831

Book AC Hotel

Le Méridian Denver Downtown
Boutique hotel two blocks from the convention center.
1475 California Street
Denver, CO 80202
+1 303-893-1888

Book Le Meridian

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: DEN) is the closest airport to Denver, Colorado. Get Denver airport accessibility information.

We encourage NTC attendees to use public transit whenever possible.

To downtown Denver

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 RTD airport station (8500 Peña Blvd, Denver, CO 80249) and downtown Denver’s Union Station (1700 Wewatta St, Denver, CO 80202). The trip takes about 40 minutes and costs $10.50 each way, with potential discount fares for youth, seniors, people with disabilities, and others.

Around downtown Denver

Once you arrive in downtown Denver, you can use transit services to get to your hotel or the convention center, including light rail, buses, and taxis. RTD’s Free MallRide bus provides access to many downtown hotels and stops within a few blocks of the convention center. Plan your trip and buy tickets using the RTD MyRide app or the RTD trip planner. You can also buy tickets at station vending machines or sales outlets. Get RTD accessibility information.

Safety and accessibility

We’re committed to creating a safe and accessible experience for everyone who comes to the NTC. As a community, we respect and protect one another. Whether you attend in Denver or virtually, there are many ways we’re making the NTC safe and accessible for all.

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