The Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
has launched a new Urban Explorer Bike Tour Package that guides travelers not only through Denver's most renowned and interesting sites, but also little-known and interesting insights along the way.
Designed in conjunction with the Denver B-Cycle program, which has a station just across the street from the hotel, the bike tour package includes a B-Cycle day pass for two to go on a Denver journey. Guests are provided a map with options to take a route west of the hotel (15 sites) or east of the hotel (11 sites), all perfectly outlined and orchestrated.
"Our guests tell us time and time again that when they visit a city, they are looking for more than the obvious," says Greg Leonard, Hyatt's general manager and an avid cyclist. "They want to delve into the destination and understand it better. This innovative bike tour package is packed with fun and humor, some of it frightful and all of it unique, promising to transport its participants to a different time, right at the very location where it all took place."
One example of a little-known locale included on the tour is the Cheeseburger Monument
, the site of Louis Ballast's Humpty Dumpty where he invented the first-ever popular sandwich in 1935. Though he trademarked the term "cheeseburger," Ballast never sued anyone for using it.
Guests can venture on to discover the most haunted buildings and the scary stories behind them and the historic places where the Old West unfolded.
The Urban Explorer Bike Tour Package starts at $185 a night and is subject to availability. Enter or ask for offer code: BIKE. To make a reservation, visit the offers page of denverregency.hyatt.com
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