Courtesy Cheyenne Mountain Resort
3225 Broadmoor Valley Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
What’s new: A guest room renovation was wrapped up this month; the resort’s meeting space, lobby and outdoor spaces had already been renovated. A new outdoor pavilion will soon be in use.
The $23 million project next moves to the clubhouse and golf course. Just over half of the monies spent were invested in improvements to guest rooms and meeting space, with $25,000 being spent per guest room. Among the most noticeable changes in the conference center is computer-controlled lighting and a boardroom outfitted for teleconferencing.
Kudos: The resort has earned AAA’s Four Diamond award since 2007. It has also received Gold Tier status for the International Association of Conference Centers’ (IACC’s) Code of Sustainability. Cheyenne Mountain was one of the first facilities certified by IACC.
Rooms: The resort’s 316 guest rooms are in eight lodges that surround the main lodge. There are five presidential suites.
Meeting space: The resort has more than 40,000 square feet of meeting space in 38 dedicated conference rooms. The largest ballroom is 6,400 square feet. Numerous outdoor venues include decks, terraces and a courtyard.
Amenities: The resort offers dining in three distinct venues: the signature Mountain View Restaurant, the Will Rogers Lounge and the Pineview Restaurant at the golf clubhouse; the 18-hole Pete Dye golf course; 18 indoor and outdoor tennis courts; a workout center with complimentary fitness classes; five swimming pools, including a lap pool; a 35-acre private lake for swimming and boating; and a beach for recreation and cookouts.
Location: The resort is 20 minutes from the Colorado Springs Airport and one hour from Denver International Airport. It sits on 217 acres at the base of Cheyenne Mountain.
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