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The Broadmoor

    The Broadmoor
 in Colorado Springs
    The Broadmoor
 in Colorado Springs


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  • Anniversary trip of a lifetime

    by Sheryl M on 2019-10-20 09:04 am

    My husband surprised me with a stay at this amazing resort. Every single person was pleasant and helpful. We enjoyed delicious meals at 1858 and Le Taverne. The Zoo offered several hours of enjoyment. We also had a beautiful horseback ride at the stables up the mountain. I would definitely recommend this resort.

  • A Special Place

    by J_and_A_1 on 2019-10-19 03:35 pm

    The Broadmoor is truly a destination resort, the kind of hotel you can hang out in for days without the want or need to leave. You can simply enjoy the abundance of amenities and restaurants onsite while also enjoying the beautiful natural and manmade environment. In fact the setting in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with a small lake surrounded by the hotel's charming buildings can transport you with a little imagination to a Swiss mountain hideaway.

    Highlights of our stay included dining in a few of the many restaurants, spending time at the big outdoor pool, paddle boating on and walking around the lake, and taking in the beautiful and impressive "Old World" elegance of the interior spaces. There is also a large indoor pool with plenty of windows that is next to an outdoor two lane lap pool. Also nearby are a pretty good large gym and the spa that we did not investigate. From these places you can get a glance of the golf course that looked very nice with a mountain backdrop.

    Our room was spacious and kept with the grand style of the rest of the hotel. We actually like this look but our room d?cor was on a fine line between appearing elegant, but dated. The two big arm chairs in the room almost looked frumpy. The bathroom was nice but had very harsh lighting that could not be turned down. Still it was very regal and a comfortable spot to relax in.

    The hotel really is a fun place to stay and immerse yourself for a few days. We only touched on a portion of options available to enjoy so there is bound to be something for everyone. Of note this is a very large property with multiple buildings so walking around outside is a must and a very nice experience in mid-September with no rain. I am not sure how enjoyable this setup is during inclement weather. It also got a lot busier on Friday, the last day of our stay and given the size and ample meeting spaces the hotel offers, there always seemed to be group meetings happening all over the resort. The parking and resort fee were each $32 per day when we stayed.

    We really enjoyed the unique experience of being at a beautiful hotel that had so much to offer that we really did not need to leave. This hotel is definitely worth a visit.

  • Just okay

    by rlswarthout on 2019-10-19 04:44 am

    I've traveled for business and have stayed at beautiful resorts around the country. The grounds are beautiful, one cannot deny. The parking is overpriced and twice in one week I called down to retrieve our vehicle, waited 30 minutes and transport missed relaying the message to valet. The food for our business event, and room service, was terrible each day. I'm not sure how cheesecake could ever be bad, as even the store bought cheesecake is decent, they managed to serve bad cheesecake. Most of the workers are being paid minimum wage, which should be completely substandard for this resort.

    Housekeeping was great - they brought me a humidifier (dry air out west is killer!) and a small vase of fresh cut flowers.

  • Wonderful Hotel!

    by Auditlady on 2019-10-14 09:46 am

    I am not a fan of hotels and would prefer a rental most of the time. The Broadmoor is the exception - I truly love this hotel and have stayed three times now. The service is friendly and accommodating but not overbearing or snobby. I love all the history, and you can't beat the views or location. As a hiker, there are plenty of nice hikes either walking distance from the hotel or a short ride away. Many other activities an the area as well - I love the Cheyanne Zoo up in the mountain. I'm not a foodie so haven't really tried the restaurants other than the onsite cafes, bars and pub (Golden Bee) which had good food/drinks and weren't outrageous price-wise. The rooms (west side) are huge and quiet. I have not been to the spa, but friends staying loved it and say it's a perfect spa.

    The best experience there this past trip in October was the beginning falconry class they offer through Broadmoor Outfitters located onsite. This class with naturalist Deanna was an awesome experience! Deanna was extremely knowledgeable and enjoyable, and it was obvious she loves the birds and has a strong bond with them. Totally worth every penny, I wish I'd signed up for the intermediate lesson as well. I was worried 1.5 hrs would be too short, but we saw and did quite a bit in that time. Truly a great experience, especially if you admire raptors.

  • Experience It

    by Veganiphany on 2019-10-10 12:46 am

    If you have never been, I encourage you to try it. I happen to live nearby, so I can stop by for dining or shopping anytime I feel like it. But for those who can't, you can enjoy Western luxury by making a trip to the Broadmoor.

    Be forewarned: It is expensive*, and that means so are the meals, activities, shopping, etc. But that's what vacations are for. To splurge a little and make a life-long memory. If you can afford to stay here, you will likely refer to this trip for decades to come. I promise you.

    o Sitting by the lake, listening to the quarterly chimes from the Shrine to the Sun, watching a black and white swan with sweeping elegance;
    o Perusing some of Mr. Spenser Penrose's odds and ends from the early twentieth century, golfing in the shade of Cheyenne Mountain, listening to the splash of a fountain to quiet one's soul;
    o Being enraptured by the museum-like quality of the art everywhere you turn, a bridge over quiet waters, and a tiny little weeping mulberry tree;
    o Sitting in a nook in the library, marveling at the life-size gingerbread house in December, and of course, the invigorating, pervasive fresh pine-mountain air.

    These are some of the things I love about the Broadmoor. I invite you to come, take your rest and have holiday.

    By the way, if you enjoy history, you can spend a day just stopping at all of the displays set up along the walls, everywhere you go. Shopping abounds--also, check the Rock/Gem store and feel like you take home a piece of the Earth. And if you want to go for a ride, you might also like to check out the Garden of the Gods, Air Force Academy, Olympic Center, and heaps of other local attractions.

    *While the Broadmoor is genuinely world-class, it is reputed that Aspen, CO boasts even a finer establishment (Little Nell). But remember, Aspen was founded as a place for billionaires to raise their children...and it's another three hours away by car.

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