The Best Hotels to Book in Colorado Springs, Colorado

The Broadmoor is the premier luxury hotel in Colorado Springs
The Broadmoor is the premier luxury hotel in Colorado Springs | Courtesy of The Broadmoor / Expedia
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Colorado Springs is a great place to get away from it all, and whether you like large resorts or cozy bed and breakfasts, you’ll find the perfect lodging here. These hotels in Colorado Springs, Colorado, are some of the best, and you can expect a great mountain view from any of them. Plus, they’re bookable on Culture Trip.

1. The Lodge at Flying Horse, for Tuscan charm

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The beautiful, Tuscan-inspired Lodge at Flying Horse, overlooking a rolling landscape of fields
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Resplendent in Tuscan-villa style, this lavish hotel sits against a mountain backdrop, 15mi (24km) outside Colorado Springs. Perhaps the biggest pull here is the two 18-hole golf courses, designed by Tom Weiskopf and Phil Smith, respectively, and stretching as far as the eye can see. The spa offers body wraps inspired by the ancient world and treatments galore. King and queen rooms feel lavishly Italian with carved, dark wood headboards and offer mountain or golf-course views.

2. Colorado Springs Marriott, for the great outdoors

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A contemporary one-bedroom suite in neutral tones with wood floors and mountain views at Colorado Springs Marriott
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On the outskirts of Colorado Springs, this hotel sits where the city ends and the mountains begin. Trails are just up the road, so the great outdoors is on your doorstep. Suave and contemporary rooms have views of snow-capped mountains and come in all shapes and sizes for solo travelers, couples and families (there are pet-friendly rooms, too). In the summer months, an outdoor pool and hot tub offer a fine place to take in the Rocky Mountain view, and an indoor pool and whirlpool have you covered in winter.

3. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Colorado Springs, for mountain vistas

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An outdoor tiered water feature at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Colorado Springs
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A roaring feature fireplace in the lobby and freshly baked cookies on arrival create the perfect welcome to Colorado Springs. Throw in some mountain vistas from plush rooms and a sprawling indoor swimming pool, and you have a winner. When it comes to relaxing with a drink in hand, there’s a classy bar serving up signature cocktails and an extensive wine list and a spot by the outdoor firepit when the nights get chilly.

4. The Mining Exchange, a Wyndham Grand Hotel and Spa, for an old-school feel

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An inviting double suite with exposed-brick wall, marble-topped desk and brown sofa, at the Mining Exchange hotel.
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Built in 1902 as a local stock exchange for mining companies, this handsome hotel sits in the heart of downtown Colorado Springs. The surrounding streets brim with restaurants, shops and local history museums. In the lobby, you’re greeted by an Italian marble fireplace and antique piano, retaining all the charm of yesteryear. Modern rooms show off the bones of the building, with exposed brickwork on display. Hearty Creole and Cajun food is served in the Spring Orleans Restaurant and Bar, and you can finish off the evening with a hurricane cocktail.

5. The Academy Hotel Colorado Springs, for family-friendly fun


Gated indoor pool with wooden rafters and skylights overhead at the Academy Hotel Colorado Springs.
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Big sky, big mountains, a big swimming pool and an enormous lobby – it’s all about big space at this Colorado Springs hotel. The atrium lobby almost feels like a village square – a sprawling open-plan area of quiet sitting areas between the ferns, a cozy fireplace lounge, breakfast seating scattered pavement-cafe-style and the frontage of the bar and grill. There’s an indoor heated pool and a game room for family entertainment, and once you’ve returned from a day exploring the mountain scenery, there’s nothing better than enjoying the hearty portions at Falcon’s Bar & Grill.

6. Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott Colorado Springs South, for cheery decor


The colorful lobby at the Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott Colorado Springs South
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In southern Colorado Springs, Fairfield Inn and Suites is a nine-minute drive from the shops and restaurants downtown, 15 minutes from the idyllic hikes in the Garden of the Gods and just a 10-minute hop from the trails on Cheyenne Mountain. Bold and bright inside, rooms come in a cheery sunshine-yellow color, and the fireside lounge in the lobby is a striking royal blue. A complimentary hot breakfast is served every morning to set you up for the day, and the concierge can arrange local restaurants to deliver to your room if you don’t fancy venturing out in the evening.

7. Great Wolf Lodge Colorado Springs, for kid-friendly activities


A fun family guest room with a kid’s den at the Great Wolf Lodge Colorado Springs
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Jam-packed with activities, this place is tailor-made for families. The indoor water park has towering flumes, wave pools and splash guns to keep kids entertained for hours. Meanwhile, a MagiQuest allows young ones to explore the lodge, and there’s panning for gold, bowling, climbing and minigolf to boot. Suites are designed with a sense of adventure, with cabin beds for kids and camping lamps as nightlights. Grown-ups can enjoy a craft cocktail and rustic dining at Barnwood, and there are several fast-food and kid-friendly options, including Dunkin’ Donuts and Ben and Jerry’s.

8. The Broadmoor, for endless amenities


The majestic Broadmoor and lush grounds set against a backdrop of mountains
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The Broadmoor is the premier luxury hotel and resort in Colorado Springs, having won several awards, including the AAA Five Diamond Award. It has 17 restaurants, cafes and lounges on-site, as well as a spa and a golf course. If you need help planning your excursion around the area, the staff at the Broadmoor can help you set up an itinerary.

9. Old Town GuestHouse, for classic romance

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A homey guest room inspired by Africa at the Old Town GuestHouse
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The Old Town GuestHouse is 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 have fireplaces and indoor or outdoor hot tubs. This B&B is a great choice if you’re looking for a romantic and relaxing retreat.

10. Garden of the Gods Resort and Club, for an escape to the mountains


A relaxing two-bed guest room with mountain views at the Garden of the Gods Resort and Club
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For a real escape, head high into the mountains to the Garden of the Gods Resort and Club. This luxury property has 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 of Pikes Peak, a cozy and secluded cottage or a self-catered casita, perfect for big family gatherings. The resort also has several dining options.

This is an updated version of an article originally by Ross Walker.

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