Accompanied my spouse to conference at this unique property with simply stunning view of Cheyenne Mountain and the Rockies IF you are on the patio or your room is so situated. But beyond the view the resort lacked in several areas, including walking paths throughout the property, a changing room/restroom at the closest hotel pool used by families. The indoor bubble-covered pool was in dire need of some paint on rusted exit doors as well as some pool lounging chairs for guests waiting for lanes to open up or between laps. Outdoor spa was open in April, but an awkward location out of the building. Some of the harder/tougher bagels were served on a buffet table each morning. Two double beds rather than queen beds or 1 king-sized was all that was offered, making for crowded/cluttered rooms and yet less than generous sleeping. Excessive quilts, pillows, ottoman, easy chair and a stuffed bear (for sale) added to more stuff and clutter. Ground floor room looked straight into the parking lot, and from the looks of the locks and bars, and bent screen door, looked like bottom floor rooms may be subject to break-ins from the parking lot. Cute but dysfunctional "do not disturb" room sign swung continuously into the opposite position--so housekeeping knocked on the door when we were sleeping and failed to make up the room when we left for the day. Separate sink outside of bath was useful, but need to get over the need for freestanding sink cabinet with little counter space, sharp corners, towel loops (that fall off the wall) and useless baskets on top--just need counter space, storage space. Hotel seems subject to "over-design" while ignoring basic hotel room needs--elbow room, counter space, some kind of decent view out the window, and especially a nice pedestrian path around the grounds that offer such fabulous scenery.
It is a nice property in a simply remarkable location, but might want to address some practicalities.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in the shadows of Colorado's Rocky Mountain Front Range lies Cheyenne Mountain Resort, Colorado Springs' premier four season escape. The resort's 316 finely appointed guest rooms and suites featuring comfortable Rocky Mountain-inspired decor are arranged in eight residential lodges across the grounds. A vast array of amenities include an 18-hole championship Pete Dye designed golf course, Spa & Wellness Retreat, five swimming pools, tennis courts, a health and fitness center, aquatics center and a 35-acre recreational lake complete with a beach and boating rentals. Known for its breathtaking mountain views, exceptional accommodations, fine dining, myriad of activities and comprehensive conference facilities, the AAA Four Diamond Cheyenne Mountain Resort offers the ultimate in Colorado vacationing. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cheyenne Mountain Hotel Colorado Springs
- Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs
- Cheyenne Mountain Resort Colorado Springs
- Cheyenne Resort Colorado Springs Co