Fly Fishing Lodges
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Feel revitalized and refreshed by the clear-blue skies and open air surrounding The Broadmoor, the Grand Dame of legendary Colorado luxury hotels. Since 1918, this historic property has operated as one of the premier resorts in the world. Nestled at the foot of the heavenly Colorado Rockies, this invigorating and distinguished Colorado luxury resort mountain retreat upholds a legacy of elegance, delightful service, and exquisite cuisine. Relax and repose in one of the 700 elegantly appointed accommodations at The Broadmoor, a renowned Colorado Springs luxury resort, providing a flawless service in a contemporary, rustic environment. Minutes from downtown Colorado Springs, Pike's Peak Cog Railway, Garden of the Gods and Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. Colorado Springs Airport: 8 mi/13 km, 20 minutes. Denver Int'l Airport: 96 mi/155 km, 90 minutes.Juicy Tidbits
Travel + Leisure says..."Situated next to a small lake on 3,000 acres, the Broadmoor caters to active families: horseback riding, rock climbing, and fly-fishing are all nearby. An endless string of five-star ratings and a parade of celebrity guests decorate this 1918 Rocky Mountain resort. The Broadmoor’s spa ranks among the finest in North America, as do its tennis facilities and dining. ~From Travelandleisure.com
Travel + Leisure says..."Lakeside resort on 3,000 acres catering to active families: horseback riding, rock climbing, and fly-fishing are on offer. An endless string of five-star ratings and a parade of celebrity guests decorate this 1918 Rocky Mountain resort. The Broadmoor's spa ranks among the finest in North America, as do its tennis facilities and dining." -From Travel + Leisure
SF Gate says..."This property's "Pitty Pat Pet Club" program provides bedding, bowls and a 24-hour in-room dining menu, complete with gourmet treats for cats and dogs. Pet-walking is allowed in designated areas and maps of local pet parks and scenic spots are also provided, ensuring that four-legged friends have the option of frolicking in spectacular surroundings."-From SFGate.com
Conde Nast Traveler says..."First opened in 1918, this Italian Renaissance multi-towered spread on the site of a former dairy farm has a "magnificent Rocky Mountain setting." Public spaces have a "regal feel," while the infinity pool sits lakeside. Accommodations exude a "warm coziness" with playful patterns and Molton Brown toiletries; cottages have Virginia blue stone patios and lawn bowling greens. Filet mignon is served with celery root risotto and green tomato marmalade at the Penrose Room. " -From Conde Nast Traveler
Conde Nast Traveler says..."“The setting is like a grand hotel in the Alps.” “The clear blue sky and clean mountain air add to the classic charm” of this 94-year-old mainstay built on the site of a former dairy farm below Cheyenne Mountain. Outdoor activities include golf, fly-fishing, and paddle-boating. Writer Joan Didion used to ice-skate here as a child. “The food is outstanding, especially the Maryland lump crab salad at Charles Court”; American brasserie Summit was designed by Adam Tihany. Rooms come with views of the mountain or Cheyenne Lake; six Cape Cod–style cottages, most with eight bedrooms, are separate from the main hotel, located along the eighteenth fairway of the East Course." ~From CondeNastTraveler.com
$35/day for pets; maximum two pets per room, no size limit.