Boutique Hotels in Colorado Springs

Boutique Hotels in Colorado Springs

Boutique Hotels in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs is a mecca for American sport. Along with 24 national governing bodies of sport, Colorado Springs is home to the United States Olympic Committee and Olympic Training Center. Make no mistake, this sports hub offers something for everyone, trained athlete or not. This includes a range of boutique hotels perfect for visiting this great and active city.

1. Cheyenne Mountain Resort

Each room at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort is decorated with the Rocky Mountains in mind. The result is a rugged yet classy feel with all the perks and comforts of a modern hotel. Nearby you will find the Garden of the Gods, the National Museum of World War II Aviation, and, of course, plenty of outdoor activities. Spend a day on the attached golf course, one of the top courses in the city, or try white-water rafting in the nearby Arkansas River.

2. Garden of the Gods Club and Resort

Enjoy sweeping views of Colorado Springs and beyond from your own private balcony at the Garden of the Gods Club and Resort. Besides great views and a patio, each room at this Colorado Springs boutique hotel includes high-end linens, modern décor, and all the comforts that come with a 4-star property. The Garden of the Gods Club and Resort also offers guests plenty of options, whether they choose to stay busy or relax. There is an on-site 27-hole golf course, multiple tennis courts, pools, hiking trails, and a health club. Those looking to unwind will love the day spa and steam rooms, perfect for a relaxing after rock climbing or hiking in the nearby red rock formations.

3. The Broadmoor

Those looking for a high-end boutique stay while visiting Colorado Springs should check out The Broadmoor. This massive historic Colorado Springs hotel has been pampering guests since 1918. Since then visitors have included sports stars, celebrities, and high-ranking government officials. With its old-world charm and scenic Cheyenne Lakefront location, it is easy to see why. This charm and character does come at a cost. Rooms at this historic Colorado boutique hotel start around $400 a night…but what a night!

4. The Academy Hotel Colorado Springs

If the Broadmoor Hotel is a little too rich for your blood or if you would rather spend your travel dollars on seeing and doing things around Colorado Springs, you are in luck. TheAcademy Hotel Colorado Springs is a great alternative choice for those looking for an affordable non-chain hotel with high-end perks. Now just because this hotel is well priced does not mean it lacks amenities. On-site you will find an indoor pool with waterfall, a spa, and a fitness center. The Academy Hotel Colorado Springs is perfect for those travelling with children and/or a dog or two.

5. Spurs n Lace Inn

Last but not least on this list of boutique hotels in Colorado Springs is the Spurs n Lace Inn. With only five Victorian-themed rooms, this small and rustic hotel offers local character and charm with modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi and air-conditioning. This affordable Colorado Springs accommodation option is a great alternative to the name-brand hotel chains without having to sacrifice prime location. Nearby you will find the Old Colorado City center with attractions like the Simpich Showcase Theatre and, the Ghost Town Museum.

 


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