Serviced Apartments in Colorado

Planning a corporate stay in Colorado? With SilverDoor Apartments, you'll find high-quality corporate housing that's perfect for your business travel needs. Contact our knowledgeable team of experts today. 

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All you need to know about Colorado

About Colorado

The mountainous Colorado has a relatively small population – making it only the 21st most populated state in the US – but it is still a key destination for tourists and business travellers alike. With SilverDoor’s Americas office based in the state capital of Denver, our collection of serviced apartments in Colorado is, needless to say, second-to-none. Featuring swathes of mountain ranges and vast plains, Colorado boasts the best of both worlds – with natural spectacle and urban centres aplenty. If you’re lucky enough to be travelling to the Centennial State, explore our collection of Colorado corporate housing options and begin your journey with SilverDoor.

Facts about the state of Colorado

  • State capital: Denver
  • State Population: 5.7 million 
  • Time Zone: MDT (UTC -7/-6)
  • Key Industries: Agriculture, Mining, Manufacturing

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Colorado Travel Guide: Planning Your Visit

With its bountiful natural surroundings, a business trip to Colorado simply must involve an exploration of its many national parks.

Things to do in Colorado

Mesa Verde National Park – This UNESCO World Heritage Site is unlike anywhere else on earth. Featuring incredibly well preserved Ancestral Puebloan structures – including the sensational Cliff Palace – this is a must see when staying in a nearby Colorado serviced apartment on business.

Rocky Mountain National Park – For those with a penchant for panoramic mountain views, a climb up the Rocky Mountains should be at the top of their list of things to do. With alpine lakes, dense woodland and snow-capped peaks, this park represents is the very essence of the iconic American wilderness.

Great Sand Dunes National Park – For something a little different, why not traverse the 750 feet tall sand dunes Colorado has to offer? Covering over 107,000 acres, the park is an unexpected desert amongst Colorado’s verdant surroundings, and even provides an opportunity to sandboard!

Transport in Colorado

The predominantly rural and rugged Colorado is connected by a series of highways – with I-70 running east to west, and I-25 north to south. Due to the state’s expanse, travel by car between major points is recommended.

Colorado is also home to the Denver International Airport – the third busiest US airport. From here there are good road connections to the wider state. Similarly, intercity and metropolitan bus services are prevalent, while the state’s historic rail system (beginning with the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad in 1870) also provides transportation across the state. Wherever your chosen Colorado corporate housing, you can be sure of plenty of transport options during your stay.

Things to know when visiting Colorado

Sourcing one of our excellent serviced apartments in Colorado will set you up for your business visit but being familiar with what to expect during your stay is crucial. Here are some things to know when visiting Colorado.

Outdoor lifestyle – With its awe-inspiring natural surroundings, Coloradans are a very outdoor-oriented bunch. Whether hiking, skiing, or jogging, people are out and about throughout the year. Due to Colorado’s, and particularly Denver’s, high altitude, it’s also worth noting that a slight period of adjustment may be required. Don’t be surprised if you feel slightly short of breath for your first few days.

Politics is key – As a swing state, Colorado becomes a hotbed of political campaigning and opinions every four years. If you happen to be visiting during this time, be prepared for politics to be in the air and the key topic of conversation wherever you go.

It gets hot – While you may associate Colorado with picture-perfect snowy peaks and skiing, the state can be described as mostly dry and hot outside winter. With no oceans moderating temperatures, summers can get very hot (up to 70 degrees Fahrenheit or more), while winters can see temperatures plummet to a frosty 10 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Why choose a serviced apartment in Colorado with SilverDoor?

    Whether you require a one-, two-, or three-bedroom Colorado serviced apartment, there are options to suit. Ideal for both short- and long-term business visits, serviced apartments in Colorado are homely and comfortable – providing the additional space and independence a true home-from-home should. With dedicated living areas, the option to cook your own meals, housekeeping, and often many more on-site amenities, Colorado corporate housing provides all you could need to live self-sufficiently and optimise your business trip.

  • Why choose SilverDoor Apartments?

    Not only does SilverDoor provide one of the best ranges of serviced apartments in Colorado, but we also provide unparalleled customer support at every step of the journey. With international teams spanning the globe (including, of course, our Denver team), our people are available 24 hours a day to take your calls, queries, or simply to provide information and support. Our extensive network of property partners means we are best positioned to source an apartment to suit your needs, wherever in the world you need to go. With no properties of our own, we are motivated to get the best deal for you, using our buying power to negotiate the best rates and features and ensure your experience staying in Colorado corporate housing is the best it can possibly be.

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