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Colorado Springs is a top vacation destination for families, lovers, and adventurers alike and there is no shortage when it comes to great places to stay!

From historic resorts to stylish boutique hotels with kombucha on tap — there’s something for everyone at the foot of the Rocky Mountains!

Colorado Springs is rich in history and surrounded by the beauty of the Rocky Mountains, making it the perfect destination for a romantic getaway, family vacation, or pit stop on your next great adventure road trip.

With so much to see and do in Colorado Springs, it’s likely that you’ll be out and about for the majority of your trip. However, you’ll definitely want a relaxing place to lay your head back and kick up your feet after a long day of adventuring and sightseeing. Thankfully, Colorado Springs is full of incredible hotels and resorts!

Here’s our list of the top places to stay in Colorado Springs!

 

1. The Broadmoor Hotel

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You can’t visit Colorado Springs without going to see the historic Broadmoor Hotel. If you can manage to land a room there, even better! Since 1918 this stunning resort has housed royalty, along with U.S. presidents, celebrities, and athletes. Luxurious rooms overlook the Rocky Mountains, and the resort’s own lake and guests have access to a world-class spa, pool, and award-winning restaurants throughout the property. While the resort would certainly provide an amazing place to end your days of adventure in Colorado Springs, a stay at the Broadmoor is an experience worth your time in and of itself.

 

2. The Antlers Wyndham Hotel

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The Antlers Hotel sits on the western edge of Downtown Colorado Springs and has graced the city’s skyline since 1883. The hotel once welcomed global travelers, even gaining the nickname “Little London” due to the amount of English tourists who stayed. Today, The Antlers Hotel provides a premier location for visitors looking to experience Colorado Springs growing Downtown — a wide selection of restaurants and breweries, craft coffee shops, and boutique shopping. The hotel property includes 27,500 square feet of meeting spaces, several in-house restaurants, and pool and fitness center.

Insider Tip: Many of our food tours kick-off from the Antler’s Hotel, so make sure to book tickets during your hotel stay!

 

3. Garden of the Gods Resort and Club

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This resort is the perfect intersection of sleek design and the natural landscape of Colorado Springs’ Garden of the Gods, one of the top rated parks in the world. Guests of the Garden of the Gods Resort and Club offers various luxury accommodations — spacious lodge rooms, cozy cottages, and modern casitas. Enjoy hikes in the surrounding landscape, a relaxing day at the spa, or a soak in the pool with a view.

 

4. Cheyenne Mountain Resort 

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Cheyenne Mountain Resort is nestled in Southern Colorado Springs, providing the perfect backdrop for your next retreat, conference, or weekend getaway. Guests can enjoy the property’s lake, a round of golf on the immaculate course, or one of the many spa treatments. The resort is made up of eight lodge buildings, providing a ski resort atmosphere for you and your loved ones to enjoy.

 

5. SCP Hotel Colorado Springs

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“SCP” stands for “Soul, Community, Planet,” and this boutique hotel was clearly built with those things in mind. The vision of SCP is to serve customers who value “personal wellness, social good and the environment.” Their spaces are all designed thoughtfully. Guests will find yoga classes, kombucha on tap, and hammocks hanging in the lobby.

 

6. Glen Eyrie

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How many people can say that they’ve slept in a castle? Retreat from the rest of the world and fully immerse yourself in Colorado Springs’ scenery. Glen Eyrie’s historic property is surrounded by stunning spires of red rocks, winding nature trails, and beautifully kept lawns and gardens. This is the perfect place to stay for anyone looking to unwind and reset.

 

7. The Mining Exchange, A Wyndham Grand Hotel & Spa

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The Mining Exchange provides a unique experience of Downtown Colorado Springs. This hotel is located in what was the original stock exchange for local mining companies. Since then, the building has been immaculately renovated, reflecting a modern take on the American Gold Rush. The lobby features an elegant bar with ample seating and the rooms boast plush mattresses, custom artwork, and views of the mountains and downtown.

 

Are you ready to start planning your next adventure to Colorado Springs? Be sure to book one of our Downtown Colorado Springs food tours!

Cheers! Your Rocky Mountain Food Tours Team

(So, what’s a food tour, anyway…?)

 

 

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