Denver really is a mile high, making the air dryer and thinner than at sea level. Read these High Altitude Tips before you travel.
The Grand Hyatt Denver is located 23 miles (40 minutes) from Denver International Airport.
Taxis provide you with the quickest and most efficient mode of transportation. The approximate cost to the Grand Hyatt Denver is $50-60.00 one way. All ground transportation services at Denver International Airport are located in Jeppesen Terminal, level 5. For information, call 303 342 2000 or click here.
Denver Airport Rail
At a cost of $9 each way, you can use the A Line (rail service), to get to and from the airport and Denver Union Station. The Denver airport rail has six stops along the way and takes approximately 37 minutes. Union Station is located just under a mile from the Grand Hyatt Denver and can be accessed by taxi, the free 16th Street Mall shuttle (MallRide) and free downtown MetroRide from Union Station.
Denver Shared-Ride Services
Denver’s shared-ride service and shuttles offer transportation to and from Denver International Airport and downtown for a fee. Denver does not have an official airport shuttle. For more information visit http://www.flydenver.com/parking_transit/transit/shared-vans.
Parking at the Grand Hyatt Denver
Valet-Parking is available in Grand Hyatt Denver’s covered garage. Overnight Parking is $42.00. Daily parking is also available for $23.00 for up to four hours and $28.00 for four to 8 hours. Self-parking is available for a fee at several parking lots located near the hotel.
The Teratology Society welcomes attendees from around the globe . This is a reminder to international travelers to apply for your visa early, three to four months before the travel date, as it can take some time for a response. Travel.State.gov is the official source for visa information for the United States. Contact Teratology Society Headquarters to request a letter of invitation if needed for travel approval.
If you have any problems regarding your visa applications, please report your case to the International Visitors Office of The National Academies by completing their online questionnaire. To help them identify your case, please include the name of our Meeting (Teratology Society 57th Annual Meeting) in the Purpose of Visit field on the questionnaire. The International Visitor's Office can submit inquiries to the US Department of State about the status of visa applications that have been pending for 21 days or more. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.