Quick Guide to Denver International Airport

If you're a frequent business traveler, then chances are you'll visit Denver International Airport. Known as "DEN" for short, this business-friendly airport is the largest airport in the United States by land area and the sixth busiest with more than 26 million annual passengers. At Denver International Airport, things to do include visiting the shops, restaurants, art exhibits and even a spa.

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Here are just some of the ways you can entertain yourself when traveling through DEN on business:


Location: A, B & C Gates

When visiting Denver for business, whether you're looking for a gadget to keep you busy on the flight home or a cool gift for the tech fiend in your family, BOSE is the place to go. There are three BOSE kiosks at DEN, one located by each of the gates from A to C. This name brand sells a range of high-end electrical goods, specializing in travel electronics such as headphones, speakers and docking stations. Some of their most-popular items include their wireless Bluetooth® speakers, which are portable and easy to use while traveling because you can control them via your smartphone.

Crú Food and Wine Bar

Location: B Gates

Are you attending a client meeting in Denver? Crú Food and Wine Bar is the ideal place to treat them to dinner and drinks on the company card. The bar serves a selection of wine, meals and snacks, creating a stylish, comfortable setting for your meetings in Denver. The cooks specifically select each of the food offerings, such as cheese and desserts, to pair perfectly with the wines. The bar is close to the B gates, which means it's also an easy walk from the A and C gates, as well as the center of the terminal.

Caribou Coffee

Location: A, B, C Gates & Jeppesen Terminal

Caribou Coffee is a popular chain of coffee with anyone living in the Northern states, and you'll definitely have spotted it when visiting Denver for business. The brand took birth in 1990 when its founders became inspired by a visit to the Alaskan Wilderness, and it now has locations in 18 U.S. states and 10 countries around the world. There are four branches of Caribou in Denver Airport. There you will find a choice of both hot and cold drinks and light snacks to re-energize you during a layover in Denver International Airport. You might even meet a fellow business traveler while grabbing a coffee to share some business travel tips with!

Colorado Limited

Location: A, B & C Gates

If you didn't get a chance to pick up some local souvenirs during your business trip to Denver, have no fear. There's a great selection of choices in the airport, so you can make the most of your layover in Denver. There are three Colorado Limited kiosks -- one by each of the A, B and C gates -- and they sell everything from customized clothing to water bottles and scarves, all with a Colorado theme. Here you can pick up a unique gift for friends or family that you couldn't get anywhere else. Don't forget to jump on the Denver International Airport Wi-Fi so that you can let them know you're coming back with gifts.

Timberline Steaks & Grille

Location: C Gates

Not sure what to do in Denver International Airport? If you need to fill up with a tasty meal before a long flight, head to the steakhouse. Timberline Steaks & Grille serves only the best-quality meat as their dishes include organically raised natural beef and buffalo burgers, all-natural chicken and USDA prime steaks. You can also grab a sandwich or salad and choose from a wide selection of more than 30 wine and 40 beer options. With table service, this is a rare chance to have a proper meal and relax during your Denver International Airport layover.

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