It seems everyone loves Loveland. Known as the “Gateway to The Rockies” Loveland has been named a great place to live by Money Magazine, USA Today, U.S. News, and others. Loveland’s beauty radiates both from its natural setting and its vibrant artist community.
Located just 45 minutes from the Denver International Airport Loveland is a short drive from the breathtaking Big Thompson Canyon and Rocky Mountain National Park. The city itself is home to 27 public parks and 16 miles of recreational trails. And thanks to its Art in Public Places program, Loveland features 300 pieces of sculpture and other artwork displayed throughout the community.
Activities abound around the town in Loveland. The rivers and lakes provide a getaway for boaters, fly fishers, rafters, and water skiers. Historic Downtown Loveland takes visitors back to a simpler time with its quaint antique stores, galleries, restaurants, and shops. For those who love to shop ‘till they drop, Outlets of Loveland, the Marketplace at Centerra, and the Promenade Shops offer the best deals in the west.
Loveland is home to the Embassy Suites Loveland Hotel, Spa & Conference Center. Embassy offers stunning views of the Rockies, a fully equipped fitness center, and the luxurious Spa Botanica. Receptions at the Front Range Ballroom can host up to 3,200 people and Embassy Suites offers banquet, classroom, and theater options as well. Safe, convenient transportation to the airport is available through ZONE Transportation Services.
If you’re planning a banquet, wedding, convention, or reunion come see why Loveland is nicknamed the “Sweetheart City.” Loveland offers horse and carriage rides, romantic bed and breakfasts, and one-of-a-kind boutiques. Local artists carve monumental snow sculptures in the winter while summer nights are filled with art walks, open air concerts, and ice cream socials. Loveland mixes the old and new, a small town with big scenery and heart as big as the Rockies.