Set on the idyllic shores of Cheyenne Lake and framed by Colorado’s iconic mountains, this expansive, extravagant resort is a vacation destination in itself. With golf courses, tennis courts, colorful shopping boutiques, a spa, a movie theater, and nearly two dozen dining options – plus palatial, grandly appointed accommodations – The Broadmoor tempts you to stay within the hotel’s grounds your entire trip. Given the mesmerizing natural beauty that surrounds you here, however, you simply must explore. With help from the hotel’s outfitters, who ensure you make the most of the property’s unique environment, you are readily prepared for any exciting activity, whether it be fly fishing, hiking, mountain biking, or rock climbing.
- Choose from 784 sumptuous guestrooms, suites, cottages, brownstones, and an estate home
- Dine at Penrose Room, Colorado’s only restaurant awarded both Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond statuses
- Explore a world-class collection of American West art and feel the hotel’s history
- Swim in a zero-entry infinity pool or enjoy a soak in a Jacuzzi with stunning views
- Stroll around the lake, cross the water in a paddleboat, or soar over waterfalls on a zipline
- Tee off at the East Course or the West Course, two championship golf courses designed by Donald Ross and Robert Trent Jones, Sr.
The Broadmoor sits at the edge of the city with a dramatic mountainscape behind it. If you wish to retreat further into the Colorado Rockies, the hotel can help. Its three Wilderness Experience camps offer luxurious glamping at quiet and quaint sites either in the forest, on a mountain, and beside a private stretch of river. Surrounded by more than 100,000 acres of Pike National Park, The Ranch at Emerald Valley is an all-inclusive retreat made up of beautifully appointed cabins near scenic woodland trails. Cloud Camp puts you in a lodge 3,000 ft above the hotel, offering breathtaking, unobstructed views of Pikes Peak. Fly Fishing Camp gives you access to private waters, where you can fish for wild brown and brook trout.
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This sprawling resort plays host to 784 accommodations, each one featuring opulent, country home-style décor and varying between guestrooms, suites, cottages, brownstones, and an Estate House. In a guestroom, sink into an overstuffed armchair surrounded by furniture featuring sumptuous fabrics and either a king-size bed or two double beds. In the individually decorated suites, choose from a range of features, from multiple bedrooms and separate parlors to private patios and soaking tubs.
If you prefer extra space and additional privacy, the cottages have between one and eight bedrooms and feature open fires, sizable outdoor verandas, and stunning views of Cheyenne Mountain and the East Course. For a completely isolated experience, stay at the five-bedroom Estate House, an exquisite 1930s retreat, complete with a dining room, a kitchen, a library, and a study. To go in a much different direction, with a rather adventurous stay, ask about the hotel’s Wilderness Experience camps, where cabins are nestled in beautiful, remote spots.
For a truly residential-style stay, opt for one of The Broadmoor’s brownstones. With spacious living areas, professional-quality kitchens, large private patios, parlors with wet bars, wine cellars, and three-car garages, the comforts feel endless.
This is a full-service hotel with 24-hour room service, nightly turndown, and a concierge team that can organize any activities or transfers. A resort service charge covers a dynamic range of extras, including WiFi, local calls, fitness center access, athletic classes, golf clinics, and tennis round robins, and a shuttle service.
Get the very best features of a luxury hotel within the comforts of a residential setting.
With nearly 20 eateries to choose from, you always find the meal that hits the spot at The Broadmoor. Go healthy and organic at Natural Epicurean or indulge in French-style patisseries at Café Julie’s. Be sure to enjoy an evening at the resort’s culinary gem, Penrose Room, where fine dining is matched with mountain views.
Penrose Room - Dress up for dinner and savor seasonal European cuisine of the highest standard at this Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond restaurant. Caviar, lobster, and prime cuts pair with fresh produce and recently picked herbs from the hotel’s gardens. Toast to the good meal properly, thanks to an on-hand sommelier guiding you through the extensive wine list. Enjoy live music from the talented Penrose Trio, as a turn around the dance floor with your dining partner is surely welcomed.
Ristorante del Lago – Feel like you wandered from the Colorado Rockies to an Italian lakeshore upon arriving at this stylish dining room of terracotta tiles, wooden beams, and a menu of Old World favorites. Dine on classics such as wood-fired pizzas, handcrafted pasta, and homemade gelato that you would be mad to miss.
Summit - Named one of America’s 10 best hotel restaurants by *Frommer’s*, “Best of the Best” in *The Robb Report*, and “Best New Restaurant” by Esquire, this irresistible bistro sports a striking glass wine turret and has a strong farm-to-table ethos, serving elevated versions of classic dishes such as confit pork belly, pan-seared bass, and coq au vin.
La Taverne – Try wagyu beef from Colorado alongside various prime cuts and sustainably sourced seafood. Opt for a seat in the airy Le Jardin room, featuring a glass ceiling, a stunning 16-foot chandelier, and lush florals.
Play at the Broadmoor – Retro American burgers, Colorado artisanal beers, and frothy milkshakes are served at this fun restaurant alongside bowling, foosball, pool, and shuffleboard.
Golden Bee – Nightly piano performances and yards of ale meet fish and chips, bangers and mash, and shepherd's pie at this authentically presented British pub, shipped over panel by panel from the United Kingdom.
Restaurant 1858 - Immerse yourself in the Old West at this beautiful, rustic restaurant on the banks of Seven Falls. Colorado specialties such as wild boar green chili, chicken and buttermilk dumplings, and low country shrimp and grits are served beneath historic photographs and Gold Rush-era art pieces.
Additional dining options include The Lake Terrace Dining Room for breakfast and Sunday brunch, Natural Epicurean for healthy cuisine, The Grille for clubhouse favorites, and a range of cafés, bars, and lounges serving wines, beers, cocktails, and light bites.
The resort’s extensive program of activities has the potential to keep you occupied for days, even weeks. The two-course golf club has played host to the U.S. Senior Open, and the eight-court tennis club is responsible for The Broadmoor being ranked as one of the country’s Top 20 tennis resort for the last 20 years by Tennis Magazine. Work out with a cardio, tai chi, yoga, or all-encompassing bootcamp class at the fitness center, or delight in a mellow afternoon spent exploring more than two dozen specialty retail shops within the resort, selling everything from local art and outdoor equipment to designer handbags and jewelry. Cool off in one of the resort’s three pools and pamper yourself at the award-winning spa with a sensational, revitalizing treatment, such as a Tuscan fig hydrotherapy ritual or a rosemary almond body salt scrub. The Bee Bunch Camp gives younger travelers (aged 3-12) the chance to go on nature walks, take fields trips, do arts and crafts, and play games.
Stop in at Broadmoor Outfitters to get everything you need for archery, falconry, fly fishing, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, tomahawk throwing, and the awesome Broadmoor Hunt, featuring 35 challenges spread across the resort. Just a mile away is the world-famous Seven Falls, one of Colorado’s most outstanding natural wonders. Explore this gorgeous array of waterfalls tucked away in a breathtaking box canyon, with the option to hike to the scenic overlook or zipline over it.
Located southwest of Colorado Springs, The Broadmoor boasts a prime location near the foot of Pikes Peak. Overlooking Cheyenne Lake, this expansive resort matches its extraordinary variety of on-site activities for outdoorsy and adventurous types with truly soul-soothing offerings, such as scenic trails and golf courses.
Colorado Springs Airport is 21 mi / 34 km from the hotel.
Denver International Airport is 91 mi / 146 km away.