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June 15, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Location of The Broadmoor

The Broadmoor
1 Lake Avenue
80906
Colorado Springs, Colorado

Nearest Airport: DEN

Amenities for The Broadmoor

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 17 hours ago

I was most fortunate to stay at this resort in conjunction with a business trip. It is breathtakingly beautiful and the amenities and service are exceptional. My room was stunning - I felt like a princess! Morning walks were delightful. There are lovely rooms with fireplaces and fountains where you can just sit and relax - amazingly charming and enjoyable. Outdoor areas include fire pits for warmth and incredible views of the Rocky Mountains. It is not inexpensive, but if you have a special event or want to just really treat yourself, this is definitely a location to consider.

Noreen H - Boston, Massachusetts


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 21 hours ago

We stayed in the South Tower this time. It was truly beautiful! Top floor overlooking the 'lake'. We had a wonderful lunch and cocktails in the bar on Saturday, on Sunday had anther wonderful lunch and bubbles in the Bar again! This is far and away my favorite hotel in the world! If I had one bit of advice it's to make sure you put staying at the Broadmoor on your Bucket List!

Julie M - Sacramento, California


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Celebrated our parents' 40th wedding anniversary with a weekend at the Broadmoor - lovely stay at the hotel, beautiful rooms, exceptional service and memorable dining experiences. The service, decor, live music, ambiance and hospitality at the Penrose Room were excellent, but the food was just good -- not as great as we had expected. Champagne brunch on Sunday was lovely and the chefs were so wonderful in accommodating our child's food allergy that she never felt like she was a burden or very few options. The chefs came out and walked us through the buffet to help us understand what to avoid, and to our surprise there were only 2-4 items out of the entire buffet that she needed to avoid. Apparently they try to plan their menus around known food allergies of guests so as to avoid contamination risk - such service! Thank you Broadmoor staff for a lovely weekend celebrating our parents - the complimentary bottle of bubbly in their room as well as staff signed cards and special treats at each restaurant were a very nice touch!

EarningsGirl - Denver, Colorado, USA


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

What's fantastic property - such a great view all around - access to property was restricted with construction Work The staff at reception are outstandingly friendly - what great service levels Maybe it was just our stay timing - but the Hotel lost power supply - that rendered us in pitch dark using stairs (low floor requests are always beneficial) Plus a really really Cold water shower (no water heaters due to electric supply issue) that had us chattering till afternoon making this stay unforgettable :( Restaurant and bar level service needs a lot of attention Property really does not suit a convention setup as is too spread out Rooms are pretty basic - internet speed is good but in room amenities could improve a bit

arunbarnes - New Delhi, India


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

I did not stay there - these observations are from a 2 hour tour of the hotel and grounds. There are many reviews of this magnificent 1 square mile resort with dozens of buildings, more than 700 rooms, 18 restaurants, lakes, golf club, shops and manicured grounds. For the best impact picture go to the aerial view on their website. I'll only touch on some items I found that I haven't seen reported. Touring many buildings and shops I seldom came to a door that wasn't opened for me by at least one of the uniformed staff. The art collection is excellent, including paintings by Maxfield Parrish and Thomas Moran, the value of which would preclude them being displayed in a lesser setting. A gallery is set aside for architectural renderings of the planning and design for the hotel and grounds which shows the quality of the design, construction and furnishings. Care has been taken to save and re-purpose some of the great architecture that might no longer be relevant. For example, beautiful wood alcoves that originally held public telephones could easily have been removed for a more modern purpose but instead were re-equipped with house-phones. Even small children have been considered with their own mini park, including modern play equipment. The huge swimming pool, spilling into the lake, is also sure to please. Yes, it is a bit more expensive than we are used to spending but, for what you get, the facilities, the ambiance, the service it is a fair price. We will stay there the next time we are in town.

WesternTraveler_9 - California


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