Last Updated on April 1, 2024 by Katrina

Photo credit: The Mining Exchange

Spend a few days in Colorado Springs and you’ll see why it inspired the song “America the Beautiful.” This is a town with a lot of natural majesty. Colorado Springs is home to the 14,115-foot Pike’s Peak, as well as the sandstone spires of the Garden of the Gods, a National Natural Landmark. Most area accommodations offer gorgeous views of the mountains town’s natural attractions. Here are the best hotels in Colorado Springs.

The Broadmoor (1 Lake Ave.; 800-755-5011) Broadmoor

Topping the list of best hotels in Colorado Springs is this landmark 1918 resort. Itis like a mini city,” writes Travel+Leisure. “Several cafes and restaurants, two world-class golf courses, a full-service spa, and accommodations ranging from traditional hotel rooms to an estate house and brownstones that are large enough for extended families.” Other amenities include golf, fly-fishing, and paddle-boating. A Google reviewer says “this place lives up to its reputation. From the moment we stepped on the property, the service was outstanding. The food is a little expensive but that should be expected—it is the Broadmoor.”  >> Book this hotel for less

Cheyenne Mountain Resort, A Dolceby Wyndham (3225 Broadmoor Valley Rd.; 719- 538-4000) Cheyenne Mountain

Soak up mountain vibes on this 217-acre acre resort on Cheyenne Mountain that features five pools and a lake. Fodor’s writes that “superb swimming facilities (including an Olympic-size pool), a variety of tennis courts, and a Pete Dye championship golf course tempt you to remain on-property, despite the easy access to the high country.” One Tripadvisor user says the rooms “were just perfect—we had the view of the lake and it was just beautiful getting up to see the mountains and the beautiful lake! We didn’t spend a lot of time indoors since there was so much to do.”  >> Book this hotel for less

Garden of the Gods Resort & Club (3320 Mesa Rd.; 719-632-5541) West Colorado Springs

As the name suggests, you can see the Garden of the Gods from many of the rooms at this 56-room resort. (You can often see Pike’s Peak, too.) The hotel “offers some of the most stunning views in Colorado Springs,” writes Travel+Leisure, and “a comprehensive wellness program, including wellness concierge treatments, alongside more traditional spa services.” A Tripadvisor user writes that a casita is “perfect if you want quiet, plenty of space, and beautiful large rooms. Easy commute to downtown Colorado Springs restaurants, stores, and the college. You won’t regret this perfect spot to rejuvenate.”  >> Book this hotel for less

The Mining Exchange A Wyndham Grand Hotel & Spa (8 S. Nevada Ave.; 719-323-2000) Downtown

This granite-exterior hotel was once the stock exchange for local mining companies. It “pays homage to its past with little touches,” writes Travel+Leisure. One Google reviewer likes that nearby attractions were “easily walkable (even in heels)” while another writes that it “is an interesting hotel with a very detailed past. It is everything you’d expect from a four-diamond hotel. Friendly staff—especially at the bar.”  >> Book this hotel for less

The Lodge at Flying Horse (1880 Weiskopf Point #200; 844-768-2684) Northgate

Opened in 2022, this Tuscan-style resort on 1,500 acres gets raves from a Google reviewer for being “fantastic. Views out of the rooms were of the golf course or Pike’s Peak. Either way you wake up and enjoy great scenery.” Located about 10 minutes from downtown, the resort’s amenities include golf, tennis, and pickleball. “Quiet and comfortable,” says a Tripadvisor user. “The restaurant has a simple menu and is a bit overpriced for what you get, but it’s nice to have a place to eat on-site.”