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Colorado Springs Resorts & Spa Travel Guide

Indulge Yourself with a Colorado Springs Spa Vacation

Pack up your bag and not your stress to begin your pressure-free holiday. Searching for an extravagant spa hotel that nestles you in the lap of luxury? We got you covered. Rather rest in a soothing secluded spa hotel? No problem. In fact, this area is so popular that it saw a vast increase of guests that are making it their go-to spot to unwind. Looking for a spa hotel to relax during the day, and that also has plenty of options for an exciting night out? Fortunately for you, Colorado Springs

Book a Colorado Springs Spa Vacation that Won't Break the Bank

There is no need to worry about securing a great hotel. Colorado Springs has tons of options to appease most any preference or budget. You can rest easy knowing that many of these hotels provide most of what you need for a great vacation. Moreover, you'll be greeted by a clean and always very comfortable room. After you've spent the morning enjoying a massage, rejuvenating within the sauna, or soaking in the whirlpool, you can spend the evening exploring all The City of Millionairesprovides. You may find it easier to relax knowing that you have chosen a spot that not many tourist know about. After having such an easy-going night, you might be reluctant to tell others about your newfound secret spot. From a plethora of restaurants, bars, clubs, and other engaging options, you'll soon find out why this area is a magnet for both locals and travelers that are looking for some excitement after sunset. Wherever you decide to go, just make sure to take it easy. Your spa vacation should be nothing but extremely relaxing.

Delivering plenty of quiet retreats and and tranquil surroundings, it's clear why more and more people are choosing The City of Millionairesas their stress-free spa vacation sanctuary.

Just a short distance from resorts near Colorado Springs are accompanying wilderness getaways. Plush but rustic cabins are a welcome respite at the end of a long day of hiking or biking. Staying true to the alpine high, authentic lodges are complete with stone fireplaces, picturesque backdrops, and decadent meals. Get the best deals on flights when you book with for a budget-friendly getaway.

The Perfect Season to Visit

Colorado Springs is known for its 300 days of sunshine, but be on the lookout for the surprise May snow showers. The best time of year to visit is subjective and dependent on your flexibility of booking flights with and what you're expecting out of your trip. Summer is the peak of recreation, so if you're a bit of an adventurer, this is your season. Temperatures hover in the high 80s and low 90s with rumbling thunderstorms creeping over the peaks in the afternoons. Fall is relatively mild despite the elevation. Snow can fall as early as October, but on average, the temperatures are pleasant in the high 40s and mid-50s. Winter is brisk but sunny, so if you're a snow bunny, pack your favorite shades to protect your eyes from the glare bouncing off the snow.

Colorado Springs Staple Attractions

If you're feeling particularly brave, you can hop in your car and wind your way up the mountainside on the Pikes Peak Highway. The road is paved and well maintained, but you should be sure that you're okay with heights before you make the drive. If this doesn't sound like your thing, consider taking the Cog Railway. This historic train chugs steadily upwards before depositing you safely at the top where you can explore the gift shop, munch on their top secret recipe of high altitude donuts, and see as far as Kansas. Just remember to pack a jacket; even in the middle of summer, temperatures can still be quite chilly.

The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo provides the unique experience of allowing you to hand feed the zoo's large collection of sleepy-eyed giraffes. Explore their recently renovated African Rift Valley exhibit where you can have hands-on interaction with the elephant herd. If you're looking for some regional history, Manitou Springs is a kitschy little town with locally owned boutique stores tucked inside historic buildings. Cripple Creek is a little over an hour away and retains its charm from its gold mining days during the Gold Rush. Tour the area on the Cripple Creek railroad for an in-depth history lesson before winding down at one of the town's many casinos.

Enjoyable Resort Amenities

If you're making this a family getaway, you'll appreciate the Colorado Springs family resort atmosphere. Soak up the sunshine at a seasonal infinity pool from the comfort of a private cabana. Many of the area resorts host world-class golfing as well. Their immaculately maintained courses are sufficiently challenging no matter your skill level, and if you're a nervous beginner, the resorts offer golf lessons so that you can leave CO putting like a pro. When you aren't tasting your way through the area restaurants, Colorado Springs resorts have a variety of on-site dining options for both casual and upscale dining.

The Lay of the Lan

The geography of the area is dominated by the Rockies. Colorado Springs boasts the southern Rockies to the west, the Palmer Divide to the north, the high plains to the east, and the high desert to the south. While the craggy peaks are the highlight of the region, you should take a day and explore the rest of the state's geography. The Comanche National Grassland consists of over 400,000 acres of windswept plains, native species, and Native American history. Head north to Denver, just 75 miles away, to experience LoDo's hopping nightlife.

When your heart is being called by whispering pine forests and rushing rivers, let find you a cheap flight and a hotel in Colorado Springs for a vacation you'll cherish for years to come. Whether you're the historical or adventurous type, the town welcomes you with open arms and plenty of fresh air.