The facility is owned and managed by Kroenke Sports & Entertainment, Stanley Kroenke’s Denver-based company. Mr. Kroenke also owns the Nuggets, Avalanche, and Mammoth. PepsiCo is the title sponsor with venue naming rights.
Notable events hosted at Pepsi Center include the 2001 NHL All-Star Game and Stanley Cup Finals, the 2005 NBA All-Star Game, the 2008 NCAA Men's ice hockey Frozen Four, and the 2008 Democratic National Convention.
Pepsi Center holds 19,155 people for basketball games, 18,007 for hockey games, and 20,000 for concerts/shows.
How many suites are available to rent at the Pepsi Center Center?
The Pepsi Center has 95 total suites available. Each private suite can hold between 10-20 people, depending on the suite location and level.
Suite Amenities & Special Features:
- In-suite wifi
- Premium seating
- In-suite catering options
- Private entrance into Pepsi Center
- Ideal for groups of up to 20
- Private suite attendant
In addition to the above amenities, lower level suites also include a full wet bar and private restrooms.
Why should I book my Pepsi Center Center Suite with SuiteHop?
SuiteHop is an online marketplace providing the most comprehensive details and availability for suite events at the Pepsi Center. With real time pricing and a high attention to customer service, SuiteHop's suite experts will help you from booking your suite all the way through ordering catering for your event.
When do Pepsi Center suites open for access?
Pepsi Center suites open 1 hour before the start of the event.
How to do I get to Pepsi Center?
The Pepsi Center is located in central Denver, off Speer Boulevard and I-25. Within walking distance of a wide variety of Denver resturants and hotels, you may wish to enjoy your time in the city before heading into the arena for your event by toasting the evening at one of Denver's best dining establishments.
If you are traveling south on I-25, take exit 212B toward downtown. Turn left onto Speer Boulevard. At the second stop light, turn right onto Chopper Circle.
If you are traveling north on I-25, take exit 210B for Auraria Parkway. Merge onto Auraria Parkway. Turn left onto 11th Street to enter the grounds of Pepsi Center.
From downtown Denver, take Speer Boulevard to Auraria Parkway. Go west on Auraria Parkway and turn right on 11th Street to enter the grounds of Pepsi Center.
Where should I park for my event at the Pepsi Center?
There are 4,930 parking spaces around and near the Pepsi Center, including an additional 2,000 parking spaces at Elitch Gardens. VIP parking pass ticket holders may park in the Camry Lot south of the arena. Cash parking lots are available surrounding the Pepsi Center for guests who do not have a pre-paid parking pass.
Can I take public transportation to my Pepsi Center Event?
The Denver RTD Service provides several options for accessing Pepsi Center via both bus or light rail. The C, and F lines all depart from the closest Pepsi Center station. During major sporting events and concerts, the C and E line will run at a frequency at every 15 mins.
What should I do before my Pepsi Center Suite Event and where should I stay?
Denver is a culturally-rich city, full of amazing activities to do or see. The Denver Botanic Gardens are a big attraction in the city limits. One could also argue that your trip to downtown Denver isn’t complete without visiting Elitch Gardens Theme Park, uniquely located in the heart of the downtown district. If you’re traveling as a family, the Children’s Museum and Aquarium are located close.
If you’re planning an adult-only trip, the nightlife in and around the 16th Street Mall cannot be missed. Take a step back in time and experience the historical Union Station, that first opened its doors in 1894 and has amazing architecture and beautiful landscape and boutique shops around the area. If you’re an art buff, the Santa Fe Arts District is a great place to discover some amazing local and national talent, as well as the Denver Art Museum. The Denver Mint first opened back in 1906 and has been making coins for the government ever since then.
If you are a sports fan, we highly recommend swinging by Mile High Stadium. They offer daily tours that include touring the visiting team’s locker room, and conclude with walking through the iconic Broncos tunnel and stepping foot onto the actual field sidelines like a true professional MVP.
Nearby hotels include:
- The Crawford Hotel
- The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa
- Hotel Teatro
- Four Seasons Hotel Denver
- The ART, a hotel
- Nativ Hotel
- Capitol Hill Mansion Bed And Breakfast Inn
- Grand Hyatt Denver