The Best Hotels in Colorado Springs, Colorado

The Broadmoor is Colorado Springs's premier luxury hotel
The Broadmoor is Colorado Springs's premier luxury hotel | Courtesy of the Broadmoor / Expedia
Photo of Ross Walker
27 November 2020

Colorado Springs is a great place to get away from it all, and, whether you like all-inclusive resorts or cozy bed and breakfasts, you will find the perfect lodging here. These hotels and inns are some of the best in town, and you can expect a great mountain view from any of them.

The Broadmoor

Resort
Map View
The Broadmoor
Courtesy of the Broadmoor / Expedia

The Broadmoor is Colorado Springs’s premier luxury hotel and resort, and has won several awards, including the AAA Five Diamond Award. The Broadmoor has eight restaurants and bars on-site, as well as a spa and a golf course. If you need help planning your stay at Colorado Springs, the staff at the Broadmoor can help you set up an itinerary.

Everything you need to know

The Cliff House at Pikes Peak

Independent Hotel
Map View
Cliff House 2
Courtesy of the Cliff House / Expedia

The Cliff House is the quintessential mountain lodge, with all the amenities of a five-star hotel. This hotel was built in the winter of 1873 as a lodge for guests before Colorado even became a state. Today, the hotel offers three restaurants and 54 rooms and suites. Depending on the price, your room may include a fireplace or a two-person soaking tub. The Cliff House is located in Manitou Springs, which is a 20-minute drive from the heart of Colorado Springs.

Everything you need to know

Old Town Guesthouse Bed and Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast
Map View
f854fb18.jpg
Courtesy of Old Town Guesthouse / Expedia

The Old Town Guesthouse is located in the historic section of Colorado Springs, surrounded by buildings dating back to the mid-1800s. Each room has a distinct theme, and several rooms are equipped with a fireplace and an indoor or outdoor private hot tub. The Old Town Guesthouse is a great choice if you are looking for a romantic and relaxing retreat.

Everything you need to know

Garden of the Gods Resort and Club

Resort
Map View
Garden of the Gods Resort and Club
Courtesy of Garden of the Gods Resort and Club / Expedia

For a real escape, head high into the mountains to Garden of the Gods Resort. This luxury resort boasts a 27-hole golf course, tennis courts, a fitness center, a full-service salon and spa and a spectacular infinity pool. You can choose from one of the Mountain Front guest rooms with views over Pikes Peak, a cozy secluded cottage or a self-catered casita, perfect for big family gatherings. Note that resort-casual attire is required in the Club Dining Room after 6pm.

Everything you need to know

Table Mountain Inn

Inn
Map View
Table Mountain Inn
Courtesy of Table Mountain Inn / Expedia
Get closer to the hiking, biking and kayaking of the Rocky Mountains by checking into this hotel in the heart of Golden. The adobe-style property first opened in 1925, and rooms are now decorated in cozily traditional southwestern style while suites have fireplaces, jetted tubs and balconies. Don’t miss Taco Tuesday at the TMI Grill & Cantina, for the hotel’s signature margaritas and tacos loaded with shrimp, barbacoa beef or shredded chicken.
Everything you need to know

The Source Hotel

Hotel
Map View
The Source Hotel
Courtesy of the Source Hotel / Expedia
Check in hungry to this hip hotel that is attached to two artisan market halls – both are packed with independent restaurants, shops and galleries. This industrial unit in the RiNo district was once the Colorado ironworks, but today it is a modern, minimalist retreat with polished concrete floors, custom-made wallpaper and craft cocktails in the minibar. Check in comes with a beer (brewed just off the lobby), while guests can take in spectacular Rocky Mountain views from the rooftop terrace.
Everything you need to know

Origin Hotel Red Rocks

Hotel
Map View
Origin Hotel
Courtesy of Origin Hotel / Expedia
Stay close to the astonishing Red Rocks Park at its official hotel right where the Great Plains meet the Rocky Mountains. You can easily take in a concert at the famous amphitheater, visit its Hall of Fame or go skiing, hiking or biking before returning to this elegant hotel with its own mountain bike rental station, popular Mexican restaurant and beer garden offering over 20 local beers on tap.
Everything you need to know

Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast
Map View
Queen Anne Bed And Breakfast
Courtesy of Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast / Expedia
A B&B with a conscience opposite Benedict Fountain Park, this Victorian residence is working towards becoming a zero-waste property. Breakfasts and bedding are organic, all cleaning products are natural or biodegradable and the B&B’s own lush gardens provide many of the ingredients used in meals. Rooms are all unique, with one offering a private hot tub overlooking downtown and another an enormous mural of an alpine forest, while four are designed by local artists.
Everything you need to know

Why Book With Culture Trip?

  • Free cancellation

    In these uncertain times, cancel or change for free on select properties.

  • Price-match guarantee

    Find a better price on your booking and we’ll match it. Simple.

  • Unbiased & trustworthy

    Book from recommendations handpicked by travel experts.

  • Villa Motel at Manitou Springs

    Budget Hotel
    Map View
    Villa Motel
    Courtesy of Villa Motel / Expedia
    Owned and operated by the same family for over 35 years, Villa Motel is a short walk from downtown Manitou Springs for shopping, galleries and events including local arts and wine festivals. The motel has its own outdoor heated pool, hot tub and guest laundry, and most rooms have a microwave and a fridge. If cooking’s not an option, there’s a free breakfast of juice, bagels and coffee available each day and several restaurants within walking distance.
    Everything you need to know

    The Armstrong Hotel

    Boutique Hotel, Hotel
    Map View
    The Armstrong Hotel
    Courtesy of the Armstrong Hotel / Expedia
    It’s the little things that make the difference at Old Town Fort Collins’s only independent hotel. There are complimentary bicycles to borrow, an on-site massage studio and Nespresso machines in all the 54 individually designed rooms, renovated in 2019. In the underground supper club Ace Gillett, the menu features hand-drawn diagrams of cocktails along with music pairings for each, while impromptu live performances and tastings are regularly hosted in the retro-chic lobby for passing guests.
    Everything you need to know

    Fernweh Inn and Hostel

    Hostel
    Map View
    Fernweh Inn
    Courtesy of Fernweh Inn / Expedia
    You might not have your own home in Fort Collins, but it will feel like you do when staying at this five-room hostel. Rooms sleep between two and four and some have their own kitchenette or balcony – but it’s the extras that really make you feel at home. Think 24-hour access to the full kitchen, bikes to borrow, free coffee and snacks and a fenced backyard with hammocks, games and a barbecue grill. All this and resident hostel dog Cash for company and cuddles, too.
    Everything you need to know

    Holden House

    Bed and Breakfast
    Map View
    Holden House
    Courtesy of Holden House / Expedia

    Holden House comprises three Victorian-style houses, and each suite takes up a floor of one house. Each of the suites is decorated individually, with many antique and vintage items. The suites also come with tubs for two, a very popular feature with couples. Be sure to wake up for the gourmet breakfast, which is served in the Victorian dining room.

    These recommendations were updated on November 27, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.