Colorado Springs is a gorgeous town that is a gateway to equally gorgeous natural wonders. As Colorado’s second most populous city, it’s also a great place to visit. Whether you’re looking to explore outdoors at places such as the Garden of the Gods or look around the city itself, here are seven great hotels to stay at.
Drury Inn And Suites
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option that will still offer a comfy, clean stay with a respectable array of amenities, check out Drury Inn And Suites Colorado Springs. This hotel is located about 15 minutes away from the Garden of The Gods, making this a great option for those looking to explore the beautiful natural area on their trip. Drury Inn And Suites features two pools, an indoor one and an outdoor one, as well as a hot tub.
Garden Of The Gods Club And Resort
This beautiful resort is perfect for those looking for an all-around luxurious stay. Guests can look forward to enjoying a wide variety of amenities. Such offerings include a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a state-of-the-art fitness center which includes tennis courts and a game room. If you’re looking to enjoy a delicious meal, you won’t even have to leave the hotel; on-site dining is offered. For those looking to explore the surrounding area, popular places such as Garden of the Gods, the Manitou Cliff Dwellings, and Cave of The Winds Mountain Park are all only a short drive away from the hotel.
The Lodge At Flying Horse
This luxurious lodge may be a bit further away from some of the popular places to visit, but the high-quality service, peaceful serenity, and wide variety of amenities more than makes up for it. The on-site restaurant, The Steakhouse offers delicious meals and a happy hour, while the spa offers a various packages and services ranging from deep tissue massages to facials. You’ll also want to spend some time lounging by the beautiful outdoor pool, and check out the 2 18-hole golf courses.
Hilton Garden Inn Colorado Springs Downtown
Here’s a great option for those looking to stay in Downtown Colorado Springs! Hilton Garden Inn Colorado Springs offers guests sleek, contemporary accommodations for a fairly affordable price tag, as well as all of the tried and true amenities you’d expect from a hotel. Such amenities include a fitness center, an indoor pool, and a hot tub. Attractions such as Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum are within walking distance of the hotel.
Fairfield Inn And Suites Colorado Springs East
This modern hotel offers guests a great combination of a convenient location and a good variety of amenities. You can look forward to lounging by the indoor pool or getting a workout in at the fitness center. For those traveling with children, the hotel also offers family rooms.
Great Wolf Lodge Colorado Springs
Here’s a great option for those traveling with children! You’re sure to make some fond family memories at the Colorado Springs location of the resort/waterpark chain, Great Wolf Lodge. Without even leaving the hotel, you’ll have access to a waterpark, several shopping options, and multiple on-site restaurants. Great Wolf Lodge also offers camping and nature-themed suites that are sure to bring a smile to kids’ faces.
This artsy hotel doesn’t only offer a wide variety of accommodations but is also pet-friendly. Guests can look forward to enjoying a meal from their on-site restaurant, Homa Cafe + Bar, which offers American cuisine and a happy hour. The hotel also offers easy access to several off-site activities (some for an extra charge), such as walking tours and mini golf.
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