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From the start we pulled up it was snowing and a gentleman came out offered to park our vehicle for us and offered to take the bags up to our room.he did all that while we checked in ( they even upgraded our room which totally blew us away) the gentleman walked us up to our room showed us how everything ...
Old Colorado City has a lot to offer; hiking, shopping, great restaurants all within walking distance. The B&B is is cozy and the innkeeper, Arlene, is so personable!
I was disappointed the game room was closed. I specifically booked this hotel to play pool.
I do not like Motels. Both my son and I adore Victorian era, historic hotels. They have a special charm that is difficult to find today. They are small rooms with very tiny bathrooms, that were added later. You are not looking for luxury, rather for history.
Always love coming back to the mining exchange. Great location downtown.
Beautiful home, very well maintained. Loved the location in Old North End Colorado Springs. Owners were very accessible. Checked in to make sure everything was good. Happy that we have found this home for future trips to Colorado Springs.
Very clean and comfortable. Staff was superb in every area.
Great stay, clean rooms appeared as expected. Friendly staff
The Broadmoor deserves five stars. It is perfect. The service is impeccable and friendly. The beauty of the hotel and its surroundings is breathtaking.
We had a great time in old colorado city this month. The house is in a great location maximum 10 minuts to whatever you wanted to do. The property was quaint, clean and working with Christina was a very Pleasurable experience. I highly recommend this rental.
Nice place to stay to hit al the sights. Great downtown area and grocery all very close. Only one bath that is only accessed through the master bath. Not too private if you are immediate family. Neighbors were friendly but came and went often. So, if you are a light sleeper that also is a distraction. ...
The home was clean and comfortable. The owner was great, very responsive and helpful. Booking, check in/check out was easy. The house was well equipped with supplies for the kitchen, bath and bedrooms. The yard was great for our dog and the patio was a great spot to relax. The house was in a great ...
This was a great place for us. Close to everything. Stores, restaurants, attractions. We would stay here again in a heartbeat.
The B & B.was nicely decorated and the breakfast provided was very enjoyable. The rooms were a little warm, I wish the ac was on or at least a little cooler because it was warm. I know this time of year it could be hot or cool. Other than that it was great
I liked the " old school" service, it's an old, elegant place and the service was par-excellence.
Nice older motel. Beds and shower are great. Pretty quiet for being in town. I would stay here again...
Directly across from the Black Sheep venue house, it's not exactly in the best of neighborhoods, so this place does have security procedures in place. There is a counter to log in, but everything's done by ring button, and a super friendly motel check-in staff. The other guests seem to be very friendly. ...
My family of four had plenty of space and all that we needed to spend time exploring the area. Breakfast and dinners on the patio with deer visitors and gorgeous views made our trip to Colorado even better. Decor was new and pretty, place was spotless, beds were comfortable, kitchen had anything ...
When you take a Colorado Springs getaway, it's easy to decide on a modern hotel, or a chain you are familiar with. You may be used to your hotel having all the familiar amenities. However, staying in an in a more distinctive location can enhance your stay. Staying in a Colorado Springs historic hotel allows you to still have a fully-furnished room that is also teeming with personality. Moreover, it allows you to surround yourself in Colorado Springs's history.
As soon as you walk through the lobby of your Colorado Springs hotel, you'll be whisked to the past. With their Victorian-style and locations in the exciting parts of the city, you'll love how these historic hotels stand apart from their contemporary counterparts. While these lodgings are historic, they have most of the up-to-date amenities that help you wind down on your getaway. You'll find rooms furnished with a cozy bed, and about everything you might need for a marvelous getaway.
Once you've spent time admiring the hotel property, you can visit the famous landmarks and museums to take in more of the Colorado Springs's culture. While you are out and about, be sure to stop by Pikes Peak, which is a noted Colorado Springs historical landmark. Undoubtedly, all this exploring can work up an appetite. Make sure to ask your hotels' concierge to suggest where the area's favorite places to grab a drink or breakfast in Colorado Springs are. Check out our 6739 guest comments for recommendations from other tourist to help make your Colorado Springs stay great.
If you are looking to get the most out of your Colorado Springs visit, staying in a vintage hotel will elevate your experience in this renowned city. With Expedia having 603 of these one-of-a-kind lodgings to decide from. Rates on these Colorado Springs historic hotels range from $58 to $235. You are bound to discover one that is perfect for you. But, like the past eras you're exploring, these rates won't last indefinitely. Reserve soon to get your room in one of these unique properties.