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Denver Pavilions in the heart of downtown is a popular shopping and entertainment destination with over 40 stores and restaurants. Located on the 16th Street Mall and easily accessible by car, the mall is the perfect place to enjoy a day out. Parking is available at the Denver Pavilions garage under the mall and surface lots at 15th & Welton and 15th & Tremont. You can also park away from the mall for lower rates and explore the downtown area on foot. The neighborhood is walkable, and there’s a free 16th Street Mall Shuttle that stops at Denver Pavilions.
While street parking is also available, it is limited and usually restricted by the two-hour max limit. Finding off-street parking in downtown Denver is easy with parking apps and websites like Way.com. Search, compare and book your spots instantly for the lowest rates with guaranteed exclusive discounts. Find your Denver Pavilion parking location in advance for a hassle-free shopping experience.
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There are multiple Denver Pavilions parking locations on site. The underground garage can be accessed via Welton Street between 15th Street and 16th Street, and the surface lots can be accessed via Glenarm Place. You can also park at other garages and lots further away from the mall to avoid the rush; take the free 16th Street Mall Shuttle or walk to Denver Pavilions. You can also save more by pre-booking a parking space at cheaper garages available online.
Denver Pavilion parking rates at the on-site garage start at $4 an hour when you park during the day between 5 am and 5 pm. The daily maximum for 12 hours is $18. A flat rate of $7 applies for overnight parking between 5 pm and 5 am on weekdays and between 7 pm and 5 am on weekends. Unreserved monthly parking is also available for $250. At the Denver Pavilions parking lot, the hourly parking rate is $5, and the daily maximum is $35 for up to 24 hours. Overnight parking costs $16, while a flat rate of $20 is available for parking between 5 am and 4 pm on weekdays. Parking rates at other off-street facilities in the neighborhood range from $5 – $20. Pre-booked spots are available online for as low as $10 a day.
Denver Pavilions parking validation is available only at United Artist Theater on level 3 of the mall. You can park for free in the underground garage for up to 4 hours. Hard Rock Café also validates parking for two hours at the garage. Street parking is minimal near the Denver Pavilions, but you might find free parking on Welton Street and 17th Street, depending on the time. You’ll also find discounted parking online on parking apps and websites.
If you are not visiting the United Artist Theater or Hard Rock, there’s no other way to get parking discounts or free parking at the Denver Pavilions parking garage. But you’ll find cheaper rates at downtown garages near the mall when you use a parking app or website to book your spot. Most parking facilities offer lower rates on online reservations. Check the special rates and exclusive discounts available online before your visit for the cheapest Denver Pavilions parking deals.
Downtown Denver is pedestrian-friendly, and the 16th Street Mall shuttle makes it easier to get around all the attractions near Denver Pavilions for free. Consider parking further away from the mall for quick access to your garage space and lower parking rates.
The Denver Pavilions parking garage can hold up to 800 cars, while the surface lots have a capacity of 200. However, keep in mind that these spots aren’t exclusive to mallgoers and shoppers. The demand for parking space can be high during peak mall hours.
Parking must be validated at United Artist Theater for the free 4-hour garage space. For the free 2-hour parking validation, you have to purchase something at the Hard Rock Shop or Café.
Don’t risk street parking unless it is a quick stop in downtown Denver. Metered spots usually come with a two-hour time limit.