food and light workshop 2011: travel, lodging, dining in boulder

Airport and Transportation to Boulder: Denver International (DEN) is the main airport that services the Boulder area. Most major airlines have direct flights into Denver from major cities and smaller regional cities. Denver is a hub for United Airlines. From the airport, you have several options to get to Boulder.

Getting Around Boulder: It's quite easy to get around Boulder without a car. Many restaurants and hotels are within walking distance of the workshop venue. However, Boulder has an extensive, reliable, safe, and clean bus system. The bus you'd most likely take would be the HOP.

Lodging: There are several lodging options in Boulder ranging in price from $100/night (moderate) to $250/night (high end) and higher based on a quick web search. You may be able to score a better deal by shopping around. If you are looking to share a hotel room with another workshop participant, please contact us. We'll place you on a list of participants looking for a roommate.

Special offer: The Best Western Boulder Inn (located on 770 28th St. in Boulder) is offering a discounted rate to participants of the Food and Light Photography Workshop. $104 per night for a room with one king bed. Call 800.233.8469 and reference code FOOD AND LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP. Unconfirmed rooms will be unblocked 30 days prior to the event. (Take Skip bus to Boulder Station and walk to workshop ~30 min).

Dining: Boulder has a vibrant restaurant scene considering the size of the city. Several of these fine establishments have received glowing press in the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal. Here is a small list of favorites - mostly within walking distance of the workshop.