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The Broadmoor

At a Glance

    Pros

  • you'll feel thoroughly pampered
  • choosing where to eat may be difficult, because there are so many good options

    Cons

  • very expensive
  • rooms in the original West building are the least desirable

The Broadmoor Review

The Broadmoor continues to redefine itself with settings where guests can unwind and be pampered. While the old-world ambience—including the signature pink building with the Mediterranean-style towers—is still strong, the overall feel is pure luxury. The cottages hark back to the days when wealthy Easterners gathered in the Adirondacks to enjoy an unhurried lifestyle. If you're going to stay in the South Towers, where the rooms vary in size from snug to immense—request one with a lake-view balcony. In summer, families enjoy paddleboats and gather around the large infinity pool, which appears to flow into Cheyenne Lake. The spa offers innovative treatments such as the Magic of the Silk Route Massage, which utilizes techniques from Thailand, India, and China. The tennis center and its instructors are excellent, and the golf courses are among Colorado's best.

2010 Fodor's 100 Hotel Award Winner

Old World elegance meets contemporary luxury at this glorious Mediterranean-style resort. The scenery is stunning, with sprawling grounds that wind around a lake beneath Cheyenne mountain. Plentiful amenities and activities include a world-class spa, paddle boats, championship golf, and a full kids' program. There's an array of gorgeous ballrooms to choose from, and the Broadmoor wedding planners are matrimonial artists who leave nothing to chance.

    Hotel Details

  • 603 rooms, 107 suites, 44 cottages.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 10-01-2013

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