Event Information

Here is a list of hotels within a radius of a few miles from WordCamp Denver that have rooms available for the event weekend as of September 26.  We’ll update this list daily or so.

Transportation

Taxis from Denver International Airport to these hotels will cost about $60, metered parking or paid lots are available near all hotels, please check with the hotel for details.

Taxis from these hotels to the WordCamp venue will cost about $10.

  • Yellow Cab: 303-777-7777
  • Metro Taxi: 303-333-3333
  • Freedom Cabs: 303-444-4444

26 Responses to Event Information

  1. Tim says:

    The email sign up does not seem to be functioning. I would like to get more information on the event as it is released.

    Thanks.

  2. Derek says:

    Hello there! Very excited to see the start of WordCamp Denver 2012! I would love to get involved and help out. Whomever’s organizing, please follow up with me. I may have a sponsor as well.

    Cheers,
    Derek

  3. Chris says:

    I would like more information. Cost, volunteering,etc…
    Thank you

  4. Mary Garcia Pena says:

    Tickets/dates/info? Anxious!

  5. Rob says:

    Total Camp newb. Is registration required? Cost?

    Thanks, looking forward to it!

  6. Gordon says:

    So is this thing happening? I’d LOVE to participate, but the lack of content here doesn’t look too encouraging…

  7. More info, please. Cost, Tickets, etc.
    Thanks!

  8. Michele says:

    Where do you recommend we stay?

  9. Are the dates on the site October 12 & 13 for this year or last year? When will you have dates posted. I just purchased tix. Yippeee!!!

  10. What are dates this year? Is it October 12 & 13th or is that from last year? Looking forward to it!!! Just got tix.

  11. Would like to attend depending on the topics and speakers. Please let me know as the information becomes available.
    Thanks,
    Ray

  12. Barbara says:

    Darn. I got all excited, and then realized it starts on October 13, which is the same day I’m hosting a workshop. Can’t go this year. Bummer.

  13. Todd says:

    Sounds fun. I like that I don’t have to travel for this one!!

  14. Erica says:

    When I registered, the dates were the Friday and Saturday. Is the Sunday event just the hackathon? Looking forward to Saturday, at least (already have Sunday plans)!

  15. Michele says:

    Can you tell me if the WordPress Hackathon is limited or can anyone participate that registered for the Saturday conference? I am traveling from out of town and I also wondered about the refund policy on the registration fee?

    Thanks

  16. Gordon Banks says:

    As a participant of WCSF 2012, was glad to see that the Saturday sessions are going to be longer than 15 minutes at WCSF; which was way too short to get into any topic in any depth. The Saturday WordCamp Denver topics look good, I would like to see additional sessions on Sunday on topics like: orientation to Twenty Twelve Theme (& what happen to it?), responsive design for mobile devices, WordPress development with Coda, etc. The Sunday Hack Day is a lost day in my opinion and I would like to see another 12 WP sessions to choose from on Sunday. It’s hard to rationalize flying to Denver (or another WordCamp location) for only a one day WordCamp conference.

    • Kevin Conboy says:

      Since we’re starting WordCamp back up again, it was going to be pretty tough to support a two-day camp. Next year, though! Also, the hack day will be unconference-style so whatever topics are deemed most valuable by the group will be what we talk about.