For over a century, The Broadmoor has offered an unmatched selection of adventures and activities along with luxurious amenities and service. As the world’s longest-running consecutive Forbes Five-Star resort, this iconic hotel’s tradition of genuine, warm hospitality offers guests an incredible way to experience the unique beauty of the American West. Situated in the foothills of Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, it features and a variety of accommodation options, an abundance of restaurants, cafes and lounges, two legendary golf courses, a world-renowned spa, retail outlets, and an array of programs for guests.
Exceptional. That’s how some might describe the 784 guest rooms, suites, cottages, brownstones, and Estate House at The Broadmoor. A luxurious retreat filled with elegant touches and thoughtful amenities, and often, stunning views of Cheyenne Mountain and the resort’s own Cheyenne Lake. An unforgettable stay awaits you.
The award-winning restaurants, cafes and lounges of The Broadmoor celebrate modern innovation while honoring the culinary traditions of the American West. The passion for inspired cuisine that began when the resort first opened more than 100 years ago continues with a range of fresh, bold flavors that change with the seasons. An authentic and unforgettable culinary adventure awaits.
Tee off with the pros on our two legendary golf courses or perfect your swing with our award-winning tennis and pickleball programs. Here in Colorado, we live and breathe the spirit, beauty, and heritage of the American West. At The Broadmoor that means endless authentic adventures and activities to discover in any season.
BROADMOOR OUTFITTERS ADVENTURES
What would you do if you had personalized instruction from an experienced guide and the equipment you need to enjoy our beautiful surroundings? Choose from thrilling activities such as rock climbing, mountain biking, or an adventurous hike. Enjoy family-friendly activities such as The Wild West Experience or learn about birds of prey at our Falconry Academy. What will be your memories of the American West?