The Tourism Improvement District is the first of its kind in the state. It will be funded with a 1 percent tax on hotel rooms.
If a majority of affected hotel owners agree, a new Tourism Improvement District will raise money for increasing costs at the Colorado Convention Center.
Denver City Council signed off on a plan to increase taxes on hotel rooms by 1 percent in order to pay for an expansion of the Colorado Convention Center.
Denver leaders are considering creating Colorado's first "tourism improvement district," which would allow the city to charge extra taxes and fees to hotels.
Most Colorado cities and towns don't happen to be located either in ski areas or along the Interstate 25 corridor.
SnowSports Industries America has reportedly invited Outdoor Retailer to do a joint winter show, clearing one hurdle to coming to Denver.
For today's chart of the week, we look at how many people are actually attracted to Denver's finest attractions.
Jack Bonneau from Broomfield pitched his lemonade franchise, Jack's Stands & Marketplace, on Shark Tank Friday. The 10-year-old walked away with $50,000 in loans from guest shark, Chris Sacca.
Cathy Ritter, director of the Colorado Tourism Office, told the Denver Post that Colorado.com could soon provide information about marijuana laws.
Access to legal marijuana isn't a huge factor for the record number of visitors traveling to Colorado, the state's tourism office announced Wednesday.
It hasn't worked here. Could it work there?
Visit Denver constructed a massive replica of Red Rocks in the streets of Chicago.
According to information released this week by Visit Denver, the city drew 1 million more visitors in 2015 than the year before, 16.4 million in total. We know what you're thinking.