The Best Hotels With a Balcony in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Take in beautiful views from your hotel balcony in Colorado Springs
Take in beautiful views from your hotel balcony in Colorado Springs | © Dorrell Tibbs / Unsplash
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There’s nothing like waking up to a morning coffee on your private balcony to start the day right. Add to that some jaw-dropping mountainscapes and five-star service, and you’re set to have a very special stay in Colorado Springs. Choose from this list of chic mountain resorts, central hotels and homey inns to make the most of that cool and crisp mountain air.

1. Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs, a Dolce Resort

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An expansive view of trees, lawns, buildings and water from a furnished balcony at Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs
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Flow through the abundance of open-air spaces at Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs, a Dolce Resort. Enjoy local produce and daily specials around the firepit on the terrace at Elevations, and relax after a CBD oil massage on the spa’s private patio. Afterward, take in spellbinding mountain views from your private balcony. With tennis courts, swimming pools and a 35-acre (14ha) lake to swim and boat in, there’s plenty to keep you active. Don’t forget to try the intriguing Cheyenne Mountain “oysters” at Gates Grille after a round of golf on the rolling green fairways.

2. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Colorado Springs

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An outdoor tiered water feature at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Colorado Springs
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Having a balcony is not a luxury at this stylish hotel in southeast Colorado Springs, where every room has views of the snowy scenes and forested peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Each room also includes a flat-screen TV, a coffee machine and a mini-fridge, and there’s no need to leave four-legged friends at home. Head down to the sleek restaurant and bar for cheeseboards and charcuterie, street tacos and kobe beef sliders, along with a healthy breakfast buffet every morning.

3. Courtyard Colorado Springs South

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A pared-back but comfy two-bed guest room at Courtyard Colorado Springs South, with abstract art above each bed
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Bag a room with a balcony at this modern hotel in southeast Colorado Springs, where you can also stream your favorite movies with in-room Netflix and Hulu. For picnicking, paddleboarding and peaceful nature strolls, Quail Lake Park is just a five-minute drive away. Alternatively, stay closer to home for evening drinks around the hotel’s firepit before indulging in a soothing soak in your private whirlpool spa tub.

5. The Little Beaver Inn

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A platform bed set against a mirror-and-wood headboard at Little Beaver Inn, with velvet pillows and monochrome photography
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If you’re staying in the top-floor rooms of the Little Beaver Inn, you’ll get to enjoy a quiet wooden deck shared with your neighbors, the perfect place to sit and sip your (complimentary) morning coffee. Modern with a rustic charm, it fits in well with tranquil Green Mountain Falls, which is surrounded on three sides by the Pike National Forest. Rooms are minimalist monochrome with dark-wood accents and bright bathrooms. It also has a communal firepit and a fully stocked kitchen, along with an abundance of creeks, cliffs, forests and wildflower meadows to explore nearby.

6. The Broadmoor

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The peach buildings and grounds of the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, with many trees and a mountain backdrop
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Find the view that inspires you at this sprawling luxury resort at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Choose from wraparound decks and cozy front porches at Cloud Camp, where you can soak in a treetop hot tub 9,200ft high (2,804m) atop Cheyenne Mountain, or the opulent West Tower Patio Suites down in the main resort, featuring private balconies facing the lake, golf course and mountains beyond. Escape to the great outdoors for some hiking, biking, horseback riding and rock climbing.

7. Garden of the Gods Resort and Club

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View of an empty swimming pool and eating area at the Garden of the Gods Resort, with snowy peaks visible in the distance
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At this resort, every room boasts a private balcony with cinematic vistas of the red rock formations and forested valleys of the Garden of the Gods. The best way to enjoy it? With a glass of red from the in-room wine dispenser. Elsewhere, be sure to take a dip in the outdoor infinity pool – boasting equally jaw-dropping views of the Rocky Mountains – and book an invigorating aromatherapy treatment at the spa.

8. The Antlers, a Wyndham Hotel

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Double room at the Antlers, with a brown leather bed, a wall-mounted TV and mountain views from its two windows
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Choose a premium suite at this Colorado Springs hotel for a private balcony with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains – the indoor and outdoor pools also come with vibrant vistas. The Antlers also has a colorful cocktail bar and wood-fired Neapolitan pizza for you to enjoy. Meanwhile, the waterfalls of Broadmoor Seven Falls are close by for hiking and rock climbing, while the boutiques, bars and bistros of downtown are just a short walk away.

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