Comfort Inn Denver Southeast Area
14071 E. Iliff Ave.
Aurora, CO 80014-1404
Phone: (303) 755-8000
Fax: (303) 755-4041
14071 E. Iliff Ave., Aurora, CO, US, 80014-1404
- Phone: (303) 755-8000
- Fax: (303) 755-4041
This shop proves that good things are in Aurora - some are just harder to find than others. Catering to the beginning mountain bike crowd, you will find a wealth of introductory bikes perfect for starting out on single track. Folks fond of cruising the neighborhood can choose between an array of hybrid street bikes, including selections from Diamond Back's Voyager line. The BMX crowd will find a number of free flying selections. But the main draw of the shop is the enormous clothing selection.
Sure, Performance is an east coast bike chain competing with independents in a western, mountain-riding environment, but its prices on accessories are hard to beat. So if you need a few last minute things before a day on the trail do not be afraid to save a few dollars on tubes, lubricants, patches, tools, tires and other important items needed for a smooth ride. The bikes in stock—Specialized, Giant and Mongoose, cater to the beginner and intermediate riders. Watch for sales for great savings on clothing and components.
This is the premier children's bookstore in Denver, stocking over 85,000 titles. Most books are generally discounted 10 to 30 percent. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly, making this a common destination for parents and teachers. The store, located in a strip mall, is brimming with unusual oddities as well as all the traditional favorites such as Curious George and Good-Bye Moon. In addition, there are pretzels to snack on and the stuffed characters from popular books patiently wait for story hour with the kids.
This music shop has one of the largest selections of used CDs (over 70,000 titles) in Denver. Most are under USD9 and the store is always in the market for more music. So if you are anxious to modify your current collection or simply need some cash, it constantly buys used CDs, along with videos and DVDs, and pays more per disc than anybody in town. The store also stocks a good assortment of new music and movies, and rents videos and DVDs as well as its respective players. Listen to anything before you buy it.
The Guitar Center on South Colorado Boulevard is a one stop option for everything related to music. Right from branded guitars to vintage collectibles to music merchandises, the store has it all. Its inventory comprises various brands such as Fender, Gibson, Yamaha, Dunlop, etc., which are offered at rates lower than most of the retailers in the city. For the budding musicians, the Guitar Center hosts workshops under the guidance of experts. And if one can not visit the store, then the store also accepts online orders and delivers the products at your door. Visit their website to know more about their enticing products and services.
For Colorado's largest selection of spiritual and metaphysical items, look no further than this feel-good shop. The store carries a full range of religious, pagan, astrology, and mystical titles to suit everyone from New Age novices to shamans. Plus, it carries incense and accessories, crystals, tarot cards, oils, funky fountains, and Feng Shui supplies. The store is a meeting place for psychics, astrologers and other "mystic mongers", so check its bulletin board or ask around if you are interested in classes or sessions.
Macy's is one of the biggest chain of lifestyle departmental stores. Needless to say, this place is ideal for people on a big time shopping spree. Right from fashion to household items, one can get a load of varied range. With brand names like Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren, this place also attracts a lot of staunch fashion followers. Located within Cherry Creek Shopping Center, this store is a one stop shop and definitely a must visit.
Owners Lawrence and Cathy Covell personally select their exclusive designer clothing from runways in New York and Milan. The boutique, located in the posh Cherry Creek North Shopping District, offers men's and women's clothing, including sophisticated suits, as well as sportswear and accessories. Featured designers include Claude Montana, Yeohlee and Vestimente. If you are attempting to make an eyebrow raising fashion statement for a special occasion this is the clothing store to visit. Call for opening hours, or an appointment.
Known for featuring all the latest trends and styles, Pinks in the Washington Park area of Denver is a fashionista mecca. This chic boutique receives shipments on a daily basis because of their small orders, which usually means the product is flying off the shelves! This also ensures that trend-setters can be sure to find one-of-a-kind pieces that they won't see on every other girl like with some big box stores that mass produce their clothing. You'll be sure to find something new and exciting every time you visit Pinks.
This quaint dress shop is a real find, here in Denver. Fully beaded wedding gowns, reminiscent of the 1930s and 1940s, dazzle with not just craftsmanship but price tag as well. Vintage evening wear in velvet and lace line the racks, along with stylized pill-box hats, jewelry, and jackets. If you are looking for something special for a gala night out, then look no further. Svelte designs, accentuated features, feathers and sequins made available here will make you the star at any social gathering. Delicate pieces, old world charm and dedicated staff make this store most lovable for all shoppers.
For couples, friends, or even families who enjoy riding together, but cannot seem to keep pace with each other, this shop is the bicycling balm. Hop on one of these two-seaters and never again will you hear strained cries to "slow down," or "maybe if you would not have had that second helping of glazed ham you could keep up". What really stands out with this shop is that it sells nothing but tandems. In fact, it is the largest tandem source in the Rocky Mountain west. Ask the staff a question and you will quickly realize that these people know their product.
The log walls, fieldstone fireplace and giant throw rug makes this tiny shop look more like a private cabin rather than a neighborhood clothing store. Once you get beyond the decor, however, you will notice the shop has a fine selection of T-shirts, Sports coats, Patagonia flannel shirts and other accessories. It also shelves a small library of fly fishing texts and guides.