The Lodge at Flying Horse
What We Love
- Built at the ninth hole on the Tom Weiskopf–designed championship golf course, so all rooms have views of the greens and/or the Rocky Mountains beyond
- The range of golfing and leisure activities at the Flying Horse Club
What To Know
- All club amenities, including the golf course, fitness center and spa, are open to both guests and club members
- 24-hour check-in
- A popular destination for weddings
- It’s a one-hour drive to the Denver airport and 25 minutes to downtown Colorado Springs
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
The Lodge has an enviable location within the award-winning Flying Horse Club, built right at the ninth hole of the Tom Weiskopf–designed championship golf course. Each of the 40 spacious Rocky Mountains–meet–Tuscany rooms have views of the fairway or the front range of the Rocky Mountains and come furnished with private balconies or patios from which to enjoy them. But that’s not all: lodge guests have complete access to the plush amenities at Flying Horse, including the Grill restaurant, the golf course, the sprawling Athletic Club (with yoga studios, outdoor swimming pools, a kids’ club, and more), and a pampering spa.
In the Area
Breathe in that famous Colorado mountain air on one of the many outdoor excursions available around the resort. Start with the 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 the Cave of the Winds, where you can take guided tours of caves naturally festooned with crystals, stalagmites and stone columns.
How to Get There
The hotel is a little different than you may expect; it is located in a suburb, and the pool/athletic club area for the hotel is the same one used by the residents. Little quirks like that can probably be attributed to the fact that it’s not owned by a large chain, so some things are a little different if you are used to regular hotels. The rooms are very nice and the decor is in keeping with what I would imagine Colorado to be. The mountain views are stunning, the beds are comfortable, and the patio is a great addition. The pool is very kid friendly, the drink/food prices and resort fee are much lower than what I am used to, and there wasn’t even a service charge or other fees for room service.The staff was very helpful with everything and I will probably stay here every time I travel to CO Springs. I like that is away from the city and quiet.
We needed a place to stay in Colorado Springs at the last moment.The rooms are great (quiet, clean, large) and the lodge is located in a nice golf community. It has a stellar workout facility and pool/water slides. At $299/night, it was the same price as the Holiday Inn Express where we stayed down the road. The HIE felt like Motel 6 when compared to the Lodge.
This hotel was fantastic, beautiful location, rooms are spacious and comfortable, fridge, TV, coffee machine. We had a room looking into the golf course, which was quiet and peaceful. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Our tv wasn’t working and they fixed it straight away. Facilities were great. The fire works on the 4th were much better than expected and they happen to be by our room so we could watch from our patio. The only thing that was a little annoying was the WiFi reception was that great. But the resort was amazing. Would stay here again.