Just 20 minutes from Downtown Denver, the Chief Hosa Lodge captures the unique feel of Colorado’s mountains. The Lodge easily accommodates up to 125 guests, and includes a patio with a sweeping view of the Continental Divide, as well as an indoor chapel.
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14 Reviews for Chief Hosa Lodge
Recommended by 86% of couples
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Aaron Miller · Married on 04/27/2019
Beautiful Venue for a Wedding!
We recently held our wedding at Chief Hosa Lodge. We initially fell in love with this venue because of the look and feel of the place but later found many more reasons to fall in love. The process of signing up for walkthroughs and making reservations was a little confusing because of the Denver Parks and Rec Website, but their customer support staff is excellent and provide helpful and prompt information when you ask. Mark, the venue manager/coordinator/groundskeeper/overall great guy, was really fantastic to work with; he is very involved and you can tell he enjoys helping people and loves Chief Hosa Lodge. His recommendations for set up, decorations, timeline, vendors, etc. were indispensable and really made planning easier. The lodge itself worked out perfectly for our wedding. We opted to have the ceremony outside on the patio because the view is incredible and the reception was held inside. Our guest count was around 90 people, which felt like the maximum you would want and still be comfortable. If you’re looking for a mountain wedding we highly recommend Chief Hosa!Sent on 06/02/2019
Sherri · Married on 06/09/2018
Chief Hosa Lodge was a great place to get married! It's in a beautiful setting, is affordable, includes tables and chairs, and the staff was nice to work with.Sent on 07/19/2018
Kate · Married on 05/23/2014
Chief Hosa Lodge is a beautiful venue and I would recommend it for brides who are looking for a non-inclusive, affordable mountain venue. The catch? It is part of Denver Parks and Recreation and a historical landmark. So, there are some restrictions due to that (no fires, no hanging decor on the walls, etc.) Jim, the head of event rentals at Denver parks and rec, was a very friendly guy and very helpful. Taylor, the caretaker at Chief Hosa, was absolutely awesome - funny and friendly.Sent on 06/27/2014