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Union Station

A laptop-friendly space in Denver


You can sign onto the Crawford Hotel Conference Wifi and almost always snag a good spot to work and people watch. It's a large, airy space, so while there is usually an equal mix of tourists, people hanging out, and people working, the noise level doesn't get too high. There are plenty of outlets near the tables, but I'm not sure about the rest of the couches and other areas.Various shops are open between 6-11 including the coffee shop.

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Type of Space

Public

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Background Noise Moderate
Power
Food
Coffee
Tea
Alcohol
Group Seating
Outdoor Seating -
Types of Seating Larger tables
Accessible Outlets Good
Community Tags Has Food, Alcohol, Has Power, Faster WiFi
Coffee Options Pigtrain Coffee Shop
Food Options Various cafes, bar and diners

People are saying  

  • Make sure to explore- there are restaurants down both wings of the station, it feels like you are in a back hallway. the ends are Market and Next Door, both have restaurants and even a book store partway along the hall. Also has a really nice hotel, The Crawford, if you are staying in Denver.

  • tongkevin

    I stumbled upon this gem as I wanted to explore Denver and all of the attractions it has to offer. For a public space, I am thoroughly impressed with the Wi-Fi connectivity, the ambiance, the crowd, and the architecture. Think of it as NY’s Central Station with a touch of Hogwarts. You’re in a restored bus station with tables and plugs everywhere to be able to plug in, do work, and enjoy a social setting at the same time. If you get hungry, they have food choices. If you want an adult beverage, they have that. If you need coffee – yup you betcha! They have that too. And walking around, there are plenty of restaurant options to eat.

  • ahallander89

    I love working here. The wifi is strong; the atmosphere is great (people watching, nice ambiance, not too loud).

    The best part is that it’s dog friendly so I can bring my dog, Gus, to hang out with me. He enjoys getting out and getting attention from passersby. Dogs aren’t permitted within the restaurants and cafe, but I’m usually able to grab a quick coffee anyway. You can also order food/drinks from walk up counter of The Terminal Bar, and starting at 3:30, they have drink/wait service that serves the long tables in the station.

    Definitely recommend working here.

  • TimWenger1

    Union Station is my favorite place in Denver. Brings a flare of Europe to the Mile High City. Plenty of coffee and food options, and stronger drinks as well.

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Union Station

A laptop-friendly space in Denver


You can sign onto the Crawford Hotel Conference Wifi and almost always snag a good spot to work and people watch. It's a large, airy space, so while there is usually an equal mix of tourists, people hanging out, and people working, the noise level doesn't get too high. There are plenty of outlets near the tables, but I'm not sure about the rest of the couches and other areas.Various shops are open between 6-11 including the coffee shop.

Need to know

Type of Space

Public

Today | All Hours
WiFi Details Log in or join free to see this information.
Background Noise Moderate
Power
Food
Coffee
Tea
Alcohol
Group Seating
Outdoor Seating -
Types of Seating Larger tables
Accessible Outlets Good
Community Tags Has Food, Alcohol, Has Power, Faster WiFi
Coffee Options Pigtrain Coffee Shop
Food Options Various cafes, bar and diners

People are saying  

  • Make sure to explore- there are restaurants down both wings of the station, it feels like you are in a back hallway. the ends are Market and Next Door, both have restaurants and even a book store partway along the hall. Also has a really nice hotel, The Crawford, if you are staying in Denver.

  • tongkevin

    I stumbled upon this gem as I wanted to explore Denver and all of the attractions it has to offer. For a public space, I am thoroughly impressed with the Wi-Fi connectivity, the ambiance, the crowd, and the architecture. Think of it as NY’s Central Station with a touch of Hogwarts. You’re in a restored bus station with tables and plugs everywhere to be able to plug in, do work, and enjoy a social setting at the same time. If you get hungry, they have food choices. If you want an adult beverage, they have that. If you need coffee – yup you betcha! They have that too. And walking around, there are plenty of restaurant options to eat.

  • ahallander89

    I love working here. The wifi is strong; the atmosphere is great (people watching, nice ambiance, not too loud).

    The best part is that it’s dog friendly so I can bring my dog, Gus, to hang out with me. He enjoys getting out and getting attention from passersby. Dogs aren’t permitted within the restaurants and cafe, but I’m usually able to grab a quick coffee anyway. You can also order food/drinks from walk up counter of The Terminal Bar, and starting at 3:30, they have drink/wait service that serves the long tables in the station.

    Definitely recommend working here.

  • TimWenger1

    Union Station is my favorite place in Denver. Brings a flare of Europe to the Mile High City. Plenty of coffee and food options, and stronger drinks as well.

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