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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
I’ll begin this by saying , the room itself was nice and clean, however you can get nice and clean anywhere. The service was horrific. My flight arrived late so I checked in at 3am, at which time on entering the resort , no greeting , the individual at the desk looked at me and continued to play around on the computer. I had to greet and let her know I was checking in , gave my name . This young lady failed to tell me where I was going , this was my first time booking here , the rooms are out and away from the service desk multiple separate buildings , so it would’ve been great to know that, told her I had a knee replacement she puts me on the third floor , no elevator, after expressing mu concern about stairs baggage and traveling alone , she then decided to place me on the second floor. I can go on for days , I’ll just say customer service was extremely lacking, the cleanliness of the checking area was also a put off . If you are on a middle floor you hear all the commotion of the tenants above you, I don’t believe this was worth the amount paid. I would’ve felt justified if the customer service was at least sub par. If you are into paying large amounts of money for poor service and tenants sounding like a herd of bulls over your head, you’ll love this place ????
This is the worst place to stay in Colorado Springs. Just wasted my time and money staying here for a week. Walls and ceiling are super thin. No toilet paper in room. You can hear everything going on in the rooms around you. The restaurants serve sub par frozen food and the drinks are watered down. It took 6 attempts to get a massage scheduled. I ask for a light massage and have bruises on my back. My wife’s masseuse talked during the entire 90 minute massage. Relaxation is NOT happening here. Last night the folks above us were up performing a stair stepping class at 4:00am. Went to speak with front desk assistant and had security called on me because I ask the assistant to answer my question instead of sidestepping around it. This place wishes they were a 5 star resort. I think they may even wish they were a 2 start resort.
BRING YOUR OWN toilet paper!!! Y’all I don’t do this, I don’t write nasty things on the internet, but I wish I would have known. You will also need to be sedated if anyone is staying above or around you because you can hear EVERY STEP, which is fine except we must have had an angry buffalo who woke up at 3 am every morning to do step aerobics staying above us!! The grounds are nice but honestly that is all that this overpriced motel has to offer. I would also suggest not eating here, the food is frozen bagged food from Costco (not $30.00 a plate worthy). There are many excellent restaurants in town, don’t waste your time or money here. The Spa?? That was a shame. It is probably one of the nicest facilities I’ve seen with, by far, the worst service. I figured since sleeping was not an option here that I’d be able to relax on my vacation with a massage. Nope! It was like pulling teeth to even get them to schedule me a massage. It’s was over $200, with gratuity already added in. The lady was very polite but she talked through my entire 80 minute massage and unfortunately it was not worth $200.00, it was not worth $50. My husband also received a massage (he requested a light massage) he received bruises after repeatedly telling the lady that the pressure was too much. David at the front desk made us feel even more unwelcome when we asked if there was anything we could do about the noise. He told us that it was our choice to stay here and we could stay someplace else. I have employees myself, David would no longer be working for my company. Check out the Broadmoor, or even the Motel 6.