Cheyenne Mountain Resort
What We Love
- The Mountain View restaurant showcases organic local produce and wild game
- The Pete Dye-designed 18-hole championship course, which gets 300 days of sunshine a year
- All rooms have private balconies and patios with glorious mountain views
What To Know
- The 316-room resort sprawls across eight residential lodges
- The tennis club features 18 courts, including six indoor and two clay courts
- You can bring Fido with you, for a fee ($35 per pet, per day)
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Set in magnificent Colorado Springs, with its plethora of cultural and outdoor pursuits, this 316-room resort sprawls across eight residential lodges, with a dramatic mountain backdrop and access to all the region has to offer. After being greeted by the resort’s resident pup, Cheyenne, check into your cozy room or suite, decorated in natural earthy tones with subtle floral accents. There are three dining options: the signature Mountain View restaurant, with its award-winning Sunday brunch and locavore-friendly menus; the woodsy, convivial Will Rogers Lounge; and the seasonal al fresco Pineview Grille–plus the Elevations coffee shop, perfect for a quick caffeine infusion before hitting the great outdoors.
In the Area
Breathe in that famous Colorado mountain air on one of many outdoor excursions surrounding the resort: start with Garden of the Gods, a National Natural Landmark featuring towering ochre sandstone rock formations. Then explore the Manitou Cliff Dwellings, a series of fascinating structures built into the cliffs 700 years ago by the Anasazi people. From those great heights, head underground to Cave of the Winds, where you can take guided tours of caves naturally festooned with crystals, stalagmites, and stone columns.
How to Get There
We booked thru Booking.com and selected a small suite. When we arrived the front desk moved us to a luxury suite for the delay of finding our reservations. How accommodating! Anyhow we had the suite with two entrance and a foyer... would be perfect for skies or golf gear. This resort overseas the Cheyenne Mtn throughout. It has breathtaking views at the resort, Spa and at the resteraunt located on the golf course. Everything was top notch from customer service & service levels from every employee there. We had room service and it arrived piping hot - perfect burgers and wine! They even have GF buns!!!! Then for our couple messages they were spactacular!!! This was our best experience so far with our couples messages to date. Again: I cannot day one negative thing but perhaps the cost is more then usual. I don’t regret a penny spent though on food, acccompdations or Spa day. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Great location, nice rooms, good meeting space, above average bar and restaurant. View deck was fantastic. Staff was friendly and pleasant. The golf course and private lake offer great amenities and nice views.
First, the staff were warm, helpful, friendly, and enthusiastic!
I loved the main lodge, bar area, and outdoor fire pit. We had the buffet one night and there were a lot of options and the food was very good! Again, our server was top notch.
The rooms could use a DO-OVER. Not that the room wasn’t clean but it’s 2018. We need more plugs and USB outlets. The furniture was kind of 1980ish. The water in the shower got hot but the sink never got hot water and after a few minutes, the pressure went down to 50%. Odd.
Cheyenne Mountain Resort is nice place! Rooms are dated, but clean. To be clear, I've been a life time Marriott guy. I stay at the Cheyenne Moutain because it's just to convenient to my place of business... (The full service Marriott is on the other side of town from where I need to be). Just a couple customer service issues I have. As a business traveler I usually have multiple technology devices with me... I was disappointed to find out the Resort charged me 3 separate times for connecting my laptop, phone, and ipad. Seemed a bit petty to me... Especially when that is NOT mentioned anywhere... I just assumed my room would be billed once.
Also, I needed to adjust my travel plans, leave a day early. I gave the hotel notice the morning I needed to leave, well before their checkout time. They still charged me for a partial stay... again, I thought that was kind of petty. I am a member of the Wyndham frequent traveler program, which Cheyenne Mountain supports. However, I have no significant status as compared to Marriott. Maybe that would make a difference... All in all, it's not a bad place. Just a few petty items on my list...
Someone must rescue this beautiful place. We have been coming to this hotel for years and it is truly the worst experience we have had. This hotel used to be special, I used to have the best food in the area in Banquetes and unfortunately it is not like that anymore ... We went on Sunday where they used to put Brunch and they told us that by decision of the new administration they no longer do it (WRONG) Breakfast was very well and still have the Omellete station that luckily is better than before with a very kind and talented young man, that somehow I raise our mood again and about to go sad. We remain in the surroundings without even being able to believe in what we saw, the floor no longer shines as before, the spirit that had this hotel of joy and enthusiasm no longer exists .. We return for lunch because that is what we had planned to do. And to our surprise the buffet lunch had gone up in price, even so we paid for it and went to the food .. again, we felt that we paid too much for what we saw, the buffet food without life, without joy, they offered us a pasta and to our surprise, something new that includes paying the buffet, In the pasta bar you can select what you want to eat and it was excellent, very good taste, food alive and cheerful, (they do not understand what I mean) and Needless to say, the staff was the same as we delight in breakfast and loa omellete .. Again we rise the espuritu have that kind of experiecia in the pasta bar. It is important that the staff understand that this hotel represents us, represents the Colorado community and it is sad or sad to reach this level. Someone should put better ideas.