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Colorado Scores Well on Cvent List

Denver cracks Top 10 list for destinations, and Aurora and Colorado Springs rank in Top 50

By Beth Buehler

The meetings, events, and hospitality technology provider Cvent has released its worldwide lists of top meetings destinations and top meeting hotels for the first time since 2019. The lists were compiled based on sourcing activity from January to December 2022 through the Cvent Supplier Network, which consists of over 300,000 hotels, resorts, and special event venues.

For Top Meeting Destinations, more than 12,500 cities worldwide were evaluated, and Colorado scored well on the Cvent list. The Top 10 Meeting Destinations in North America, in this order, are Orlando, Nashville, San Diego, Las Vegas, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Austin, Phoenix/Scottsdale, and Denver. Austin, Phoenix/Scottsdale, and Denver are new to the Top 10.

Denver's Skyline
Denver’s skyline is framed by the magnificent Rocky Mountains || Photo by Bob Ashe, courtesy of Visit Denver

Colorado communities that also cracked the Top 50 include Aurora at 25 at Colorado Springs at 42. Colorado Springs is the state’s second largest city after Denver in terms of population, while Aurora holds the third spot.

Colorado also scored well on the Cvent list in the category of properties that landed on the Top 100 Hotels in North America list include Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center in Aurora at 20, Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center at 32, Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel at 51, and The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs at 64.