With Denver growing larger and larger every year — more people are relying on ridesharing rather than owning their own car. In cities where the service is available — shared rides account for 40 percent of all rides. Nearly one-third of all rides in Denver are shared rides. For shared ride passengers — these are the 10 hottest destinations in the Denver area.

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Union Station

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Location: 1701 Wynkoop St, Denver

The Lowdown: Union Station is Denver’s hottest destination for shared ride passengers. The 100-year old landmark is host to 10 restaurants and bars as well as the Crawford Hotel. The Crawford is Denver’s independent luxury hotel located within Union Station. This destination is in the heart of Denver’s LoDo neighborhood — giving you access to the best of Denver’s nightlife and dining opportunities.

Denver International Airport

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Location: 8500 Peña Blvd, Denver 

The Lowdown: Denver International Airport (DIA) is the gateway to the rest of the world for Denver residents. DIA is one of the busiest airports in the United States. Serving over 60 million passengers in 2017 alone. When a Denver resident needs to get away — this is where they go. With over 140 shops spread across its multiple terminals — all passengers can find something to do while waiting to take to the skies.

Coors Field

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Location: 2001 Blake St, Denver

The Lowdown: Home to the Colorado Rockies — Coors Field seats over 46,000 people. With the Rockies having a great season — many fans attended each game often by using rideshares to get there. Check out the Rooftop to enjoy The Coors Light Silver Bullet Bar, CHUBurger or Jack Daniel’s Terrace Bar. After the game head out into LoDo for access to hundreds of bars and restaurants all within walking distance.

ViewHouse Ballpark

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Location: 2015 Market St, Denver

The Lowdown: Couldn’t get tickets to the game? Head to the ViewHouse Ballpark for food and drinks. It is located on the corner of Market Street and 20th Street directly next to Coors Field. From chicken tenders to steak — the ViewHouse Ballpark has classic bar food. If you’re looking for a place to enjoy happy hour — every Monday – Friday from 3-6 p.m. they offer $3 beer and $7 specialty cocktails.

Cherry Creek Shopping Center

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Location: 3000 E 1st Ave, Denver 

The Lowdown: With over 160 shops and restaurants — it’s no surprise that Cherry Creek Shopping Center makes the list of top Denver rideshare destinations. Located in the heart of Cherry Creek this mall offers stores exclusive to the area. Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and Burberry all have stores here. With these exclusives — this is one of the best places to shop while in Denver.

Avanti Food and Beverage

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Location: 3200 Pecos St, Denver

The Lowdown: Located in the Highland neighborhood across the highway from Coors Field — this collective eatery has something for everyone. Serving 20 draft beers, classic cocktails and affordably priced wine, Avanti Food and Beverage will have something that you and your friends can enjoy. Experience one —or more — of seven unique restaurants all housed within one building.

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

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Location: 1550 Court Pl, Denver

The Lowdown: Situated on 16th Street — this downtown Denver hotel gives you direct access to the mile-long pedestrian street filled with some of Denver’s best shopping. With a pool and fitness center — this Denver hotel has all the amenities needed to make your stay a success.

Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center

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Location: 650 15th St, Denver

The Lowdown: Located in downtown Denver — this hotel gives unique access to the Colorado Convention Center as well as many of the attractions this city has to offer. Head to the Peak Lounge on the 27th floor to enjoy beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains before heading into downtown to enjoy the nightlife Denver has to offer.

Red Rocks Amphitheatre Box Office

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Location: 18300 W Alameda Pkwy, Morrison, Colorado

The Lowdown: Colorado’s one of a kind concert venue is a place you have to see to believe. Tucked between two massive rocks this amphitheater hosts some of the best shows in the country. Having hosted legends like U2, Radiohead and John Denver this venue will never fail to take your breath away. Being just a short ride away from downtown Denver this beautiful park is one of Colorado’s treasures you can’t afford to miss.

Pepsi Center

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Location: 1000 Chopper Cir, Denver

The Lowdown: Home to the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche and The Colorado Mammoth this arena is a staple of the Denver skyline. Transforming from a basketball court to an ice rink to accommodate their teams this arena does it all. Hosting some of the biggest names in the music industry — this year the Pepsi Center welcomes artists like Twenty One Pilots and Childish Gambino. Within walking distance of downtown Denver — this arena is your one-stop shop for events in the Denver area.