The Best Hotels to Book Near Broadmoor Seven Falls, Colorado

The Broadmoor Seven Falls is a series of waterfalls with an 181ft (55m) drop altogether
The Broadmoor Seven Falls is a series of waterfalls with an 181ft (55m) drop altogether | © Wirestock, Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo
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4 October 2021
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At the bottom of the Rocky Mountains, where it flatlines and meets the great prairies of the midwest, you’ll find Colorado Springs, home to Broadmoor Seven Falls. Stay nearby by booking your hotel with Culture Trip.

This incredibly picturesque and geologically fascinating area is intersected by Bear Creek, which feeds the numerous waterfalls. There is a fantastic zip-line course across its gorge which is hugely popular, while another way to experience Seven Falls is to try out a Colorado Springs Hot Air Balloon ride. Balloons soar over this spectacular setting every morning (weather permitting) and there are views of 100mi (161km) in every direction from this clear blue skies vantage point. Planning your trip? These are the best hotels near Broadmoor Seven Falls, Colorado.

The Broadmoor

The peach buildings and grounds of the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, with many trees and a mountain backdrop
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The Broadmoor Hotel, built in the Edwardian period, has kept its original European style and slightly alpine appearance. It is fascinating to follow the timeline of this exquisite century-old property to see all of the invention, expansion and improvements that have taken place. The first golf course opened in 1918, the same year that the original Broadmoor Hotel launched, and soon after there was a chapel, riding stables, and, by the 1940s, a year-round swimming pool. For those who like the outdoors, the number of activities is endless – think fly fishing to swimming, zip-lining to horse riding, rock-climbing to tennis.

Magnuson Grand Pikes Peak

A swimming pool for guests at the Magnuson Grand Pikes Peak
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It’s the little things that make all the difference here, such as a complimentary breakfast, an indoor pool with a jacuzzi, plus a great gym. The guestrooms at this hotel are spacious and comfortable but the main draw for this property is its fabulous location: being in the shadow of Pike’s Peak allows easy access to outdoor activities, as well as spectacular scenic views. Seven Falls Waterfalls, Pike’s Peak Cog Railway and the Garden of the Gods National Park are all within a few miles (3.2km). Enjoy a Jeep tour of the Pikes Peak region with a popular local operator. Cowboy guides take you to North Cheyenne Canyon, Shortline Railroad with its 100-year-old tunnels and the red rock park of the Garden of the Gods.

Villa Motel at Manitou Springs

The outdoor swimming pool and rooms at the Villa Motel at Manitou Springs, with the Rocky Mountains behind
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The Vance family have owned and operated this special motel, where you can drive up to your room, for over 35 years. The Villa Motel is located in a historic town crowded with great restaurants like Crystal Park Cantina, just a few minutes’ walk from downtown Manitou Springs at the base of Pike’s Peak. The restaurants are matched by great bars, such as the Swirl Wine Bar, plus there is a thriving art scene. After a day of activities, relax by the pool, in the hot tub or just luxuriate in your spacious room.

Garden of the Gods Resort

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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Centuries ago, the Native Americans considered the immense sandstone formations of this area sacred ground, and so rival tribes would lay down their weapons before entering. But it was likely the unparalleled natural grandeur and beauty that attracted Mr. and Mrs. Hills to these rugged red rocks near Pike’s Peak. They bought land during the 1950s in what would soon be known as the ‘Garden of the Gods’ and built a remarkable resort, private club and residential community. Stays at this property now are punctuated with wellness of all varieties including massage, medical treatments, skin care, nutrition and fitness.

Cheyenne Mountain

An expansive view of trees, lawns, buildings and water from a furnished balcony at Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs
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With the Rocky Mountains just beyond view for your golf session, it is unlikely you will find another resort with such an awe-inspiring backdrop. The Cheyenne Mountains are renowned with adventure-seekers for the monumental number of activities available, including hot air ballooning, mountain biking and hiking. And there are a number of amenities at this resort that will help you keep your fitness up while relaxing. The Alluvia Spa and Wellness Retreat, Fitness Centre plus Aquatics and Pools and Tennis Courts are all available for guests’ use, all while enjoying the Colorado sunshine and outdoors.

Kinship Landing

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The menu and well-designed blue-tiled bar at the Kinship Landing
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This boutique hotel, in the heart of Colorado Springs, is part of a values driven start-up created by three friends who travelled the world. With intentional and authentic hospitality at its core, Kinship Landing is a place to make friends, explore the region, have adventures and relax in comfort. Of course, you will want to indulge in the world-class outdoor recreation, but you might also like to enjoy something a bit local. Have a run on Section 9 of the Palmer’s Trail or jog through Bear Creek Park, before trying out the best coffee in town at Urban Steam. There are an amazing number of murals here as part of Art on the Streets which are worth finding and admiring. Finish the day at one of the many bars sipping a local brew.

SCP Hotel Colorado Springs

Lounge space with well-designed leather chairs and couches and foliage on a brick wall at the SCP Hotel Colorado Springs
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Rustic simplicity would describe the 174 guestrooms at this unique resort at the foot of Pike’s Peak. Surrounded by the beauty of this region’s natural landmarks, a whole range of outdoor activities are within easy access of this location. But what is truly unique about this proposition is not the community space or locally sourced wholesome organic food at the Provisions Market, but the fact that on check-out, you determine the price you want to pay based on the quality of your experience. This is part of SCP’s Fair Trade Pricing programme to back up the promise of sustainable practices and next-level wellness.

Residence Inn by Marriott Colorado Springs South

Room at Residence Inn by Marriott Colorado Springs South with a sofa, table and chairs, TV and bed
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For those looking to stay a bit longer than a few days to enjoy this region, the pet-friendly Residence Inn is a home-away-from-home. Each oversized guest room has its own kitchen, ergonomic workspace and flat-screen TVs with premium channels. You will be within walking distance to an Outback Steakhouse, delicatessens and Romano’s Macaroni Grill or a snack and a brew at Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar. Amenities include an indoor pool, free continental breakfast, lighted tennis and basketball courts, as well as a patio with BBQ for everyone’s use.

Quality Inn South

The indoor pool and loungers at Quality Inn South
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For a budget accommodation, this is a spectacular location in downtown Colorado Springs. This property has all the popular amenities including complimentary breakfast, an indoor pool, gym and free wifi. Close to all the mountain activities, it is also within easy reach of the many water sports on the rivers including fly fishing, whitewater rafting and kayaking. For rafting there is nothing quite like the Arkansas River and, in particular, the Royal Gorge with its towering canyon walls and incredible wildlife.

The Cliff House at Pikes Peak

The wood-and-stone front of Cliff House, with six USA flags flying above the entrance
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The history of this Victorian property, built in 1873, is what attracts many of its guests. A stagecoach stop on the Colorado Springs to Leadville line, the earliest guests here were trappers, hunters and gold miners. At this time, it was called ‘The Inn’, before Colorado was a state. The early clientele would soon be replaced by those coming for Manitou’s restorative springs which is still the case today, though it is the location near Pike’s Peak and outdoor activities that has overshadowed the small town. These days, the decor and furnishings are still Victoriana, while the award-winning restaurant is renowned for offering a superb dining experience.

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