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The Broadmoor

Hotel Contact:
1 Lake Avenue
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
United States
Main: 866-686-3972
Email: Email Hotel Pepper Dombroski
Director of Sales: Pepper Dombroski
Elite Rating
Planner Rating: 4.8
Chain Independent / Other
Opened 1918
Renovated 2014
Guest Rooms 784
Kings/Suites/Doubles 416 / 125 / 203
Room Rates High $445 - 8500 Low $199 - 5400
High Season High Season Low Season Low Season Shoulder Season Shoulder Season
Max Group Size 3500


Resort Fee $32
Room Tax 10.25%
Sales Tax 8.25%

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Meeting Space

Largest Meeting Room 60,000ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 143,000ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 185,000ft²

Airport Proximity

Colorado Springs Municipal Airport
16 min 9 miles (14 km)
Denver International Airport
75 min 88 miles (143 km)


Audiovisual equipment
two business centers
high-speed wireless internet access
on-site planners
team-building activities.


spa and fitness center
tour services
movie theater
indoor and outdoor pools
seasonal waterslide
fly-fishing school at the Fish House
and 20 restaurants
and lounges.


Horseback riding
and the many attractions of Colorado Springs
including Garden of the Gods
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
U.S. Air Force Academy
and U.S. Olympic Training Center.
Onsite Dining: Capacity
Golden Bee
La Taverne
Steak And Seafood
Lake Terrace Dining Room
Natural Epicurean
Healthy Casual
Natural Epicurean
Penrose Room
Continental Cuisine
Global Casual
Play At The Broadmoor
Restaurant 1858
Ristorante del Lago
Italian Cuisine
American Brasserie
The Grillle

F&B Averages:

Breakfast Buffet $49 Cont. $29
Lunch Buffet $61 Plated $49
Dinner Buffet $149 Plated $112
Coffee Break $8
2-Hour Open Bar $22
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Capacity Charts
Room Name Total Square Meters Room Size(meters) Ceiling Height (meters) Total Square Feet Room Size (feet) Ceiling Height (feet) Classroom Theater Banquet 10 Reception Conference U-Shape H-Square 10 x 10s
Academy Room N/A 12x7.8 0 390 15 x 26 x 10 10 35 0 40 16 0 0 0 0
Academy+Carnation Rooms N/A 9x7.8 3 780 30 x 26 x 10 10 60 0 80 24 0 0 0 0
Arnold Palmer Room N/A 12.9x9.6 3 1,376 43 x 32 x 10 10 150 90 150 36 0 0 0 0
Bailey Room N/A 4.5x7.8 3 390 15 x 26 x 10 10 40 20 0 16 0 0 0 0
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Property News
Posted May 20, 2014
Colorado Springs, CO—The Broadmoor, the Five-Star, Five-Diamond resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado, announced today the opening of Cloud Camp, a wilderness retreat to be located on Cheyenne Mountain in September 2014.

Cloud Camp, at an elevation of 9,200 feet, overlooks The Broadmoor and the plains to the east, Pikes Peak to the north and the Colorado Rockies to the west. A scenic 25-minute drive from The Broadmoor, the site is currently under development and consists of an 8,000 square foot Main Lodge and eleven guest cabins.

The Main Lodge features a Great Room for guest congregation, with a dining area, bar and two stone fireplaces, along with an expansive timber wrap-around deck offering picturesque mountain views. Seven guest accommodations are located in the Main Lodge, including a luxurious Honeymoon Suite perched on a rock outcropping adjacent to the Main Lodge building. Interiors are rustic, yet elegant.

The eleven cabins are a short walk from the Main Lodge, with beautiful views of Pikes Peak and Pike National Forest. Each cabin features private porches with swings, rocking chairs and hand-crafted wood railings, with some cabins offering a loft space or two bedrooms.

To arrive at Cloud Camp, guests have the option to be transported by Jeep or mule, or enjoy a scenic 2-hour hike. Cloud Camp activities include hiking, nature walks, archery, arts and crafts, cookouts and other culinary events.

“Cloud Camp is modeled after the historic timber and stone lodges found in some of our great national parks,” says Mr. Steve Bartolin, President and CEO of The Broadmoor. “Featuring Cloud Camp as part of our Broadmoor Wilderness Experience offerings, allows us to offer some of the most unique and imaginative accommodation offerings, while continuing to secure our position as America’s premier resort.”

For more information on Cloud Camp, please call 866.837.9520.
Posted February 10, 2014
Colorado Springs, CO—February 10, 2014— The Broadmoor is proud to announce that the property has been named “#1 Golf Resort in North America” by Golf magazine readers.

With more than 8,000 readers voting on four criteria, including Golf, Lodging, Food & Drink, and Service, The Broadmoor secured a the #1 position, with readers sighting impressive property-wide renovations, as well as ranking The Broadmoor as the leader in the Service, Lodging, and Food & Drink categories.

The award follows an impressive year of national recognition for The Broadmoor’s golf program. Last year Links magazine named The Broadmoor one of the “25 Best Golf Resorts in the World;” The Broadmoor was recognized by Colorado Avid Golfer “Reader and Editor’s Choice Awards” with multiple awards including “Best Resort Course,” “Best Service,” and “Best Course Conditions.” In 2014 The Broadmoor was also named one of the “Global Ten” resort golf operations in the world in Gary Galyean’s Golf Letter and received a Platinum Award from AGM (Associated Golf Merchandisers).

“The accolades for The Broadmoor’s golf program are a testament to our dedication to create an exceptional experience for our guests,” says Russ Miller, Director of Golf. “With three championship courses to choose from, along with world-class pros, golf at The Broadmoor is unparelleled.”

The Broadmoor has three distinct courses, the East Course, West Course, and Mountain Course. The Broadmoor’s championship East and West courses, designed by Donald Ross and Robert Trent Jones Sr., offer scenic and challenging play for golfers of all handicaps. The East Course is known for its wide, tree-lined fairways and expansive greens, while the West Course offers rolling fairways and steeply-angled greens. The Mountain Course by Nicklaus Design adds an additional 18 challenging holes, large greens and captivating mountain views, ideal for a range of skill levels.

The Golf Club also features a full-service Pro Shop, summer caddie program and electric carts and to date, The Broadmoor has hosted seven USGA championships.

In addition to golf, The Broadmoor is home to 19 on-property dining options, including the Five-Star Five-Diamond Penrose Room, the award-winning Spa at The Broadmoor, and tennis. Indoor activities include Play at The Broadmoor, with six lanes of bowling, while outdoor adventures comprise of horseback riding, hiking, fly fishing, and more.

For more information on Golf at The Broadmoor, please visit The Broadmoor or call 866.837.9520.
Posted January 8, 2014
Colorado Springs, CO—January 8, 2014— The Broadmoor announces the launch of its free resort app on January 6th, designed to expand its impeccable guest services and provide users with effortless resources that further enhance The Broadmoor experience.

Available for iOS (phone and tablet) and Android users, and downloaded via Apple App Store or Google Play, The Broadmoor App allows current and future guests to explore award-winning dining options; on-property events, activities, and amenities; local attractions, and more.

“The Broadmoor App allows users to request useful services with the touch of a finger, as well as delve in to all that the resort and Colorado Springs have to offer,” says Meredith Whatley, Marketing & Communications Specialist “We look forward to connecting with guests through this added technology.”

Registered guests of The Broadmoor can use this helpful app to browse guest relations information and schedule convenient services at their leisure, through key features including:

• Taxi, car, and airport shuttle service
• Room service
• Housekeeping and wakeup call services
• Valet service

Additionally, all users of The Broadmoor App can enjoy valuable guides to amenities and local attractions through key features such as:

• Browse over fifteen on-property dining options and make reservations
• View all on-property events and activities, spanning dining and nightlife, outdoor adventure, golf, spa, family and kid-friendly, shopping, and more
• Get directions to area attractions such as Pike’s Peak and Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
• Check airline arrival and departure statuses
• Schedule future room reservations at The Broadmoor
• Find general information about the resort and its offerings
• View a photo gallery and map of The Broadmoor

Users of The Broadmoor App will also receive special offers and promotions directly to their mobile device.
Posted December 11, 2013
Colorado Springs, Colorado— President and CEO of The Broadmoor, Steve Bartolin, announced today that as of January 2014, The Broadmoor’s Vice President of Marketing, Dennis Lesko, will retire from his position and John Rovie, currently The Broadmoor’s Director of Sales, will assume the role. Pepper Dombroski will replace Mr. Rovie as Director of Sales.

Dennis Lesko, who has been with The Broadmoor for over 11 years, built a successful marketing platform for the Five-Star, Five-Diamond resort rooted in The Broadmoor’s exceptional guest service standards.

John Rovie, who joined The Broadmoor in 2010, will now guide The Broadmoor’s marketing department, overseeing The Broadmoor, as well as the brand’s growing number of wilderness experiences, including The Ranch at Emerald Valley and the forthcoming Cloud Camp.

“Dennis has been an invaluable asset to The Broadmoor and we will miss him greatly,” said Mr. Bartolin. “With John’s valuable knowledge base and relationships from his years in the industry, we are confident that the sales and marketing department will continue to enjoy great success.”

Mr. Rovie came to The Broadmoor after serving five years as the Director of Sales for the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix. After attending Arizona State University, Mr. Rovie began his hospitality career with Westin Hotels & Resorts, first at the Westin Hotel in Vail, Colorado, where he held the positions of director of banquets, front office manager, and food and beverage manager, followed by several years at the Westin Hotel, Seattle, as Director of Catering and Assistant Director of Food and Beverage. In 1993, he returned to Arizona as the director of catering for the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. In 1995, Mr. Rovie was named the Fairmont’s National Sales Manager, then Senior Sales Manager, and then Director of Group Sales before moving to the director of sales position at the Biltmore in 2005.

Ms. Pepper Dombroski comes to The Broadmoor from the Grand Wailea in Maui, Hawaii, where she has held the position of Director of Sales since 2005. Before relocating to Hawaii, Dombroski held several positions within the Rocky Mountain region, including Director of Sales & Marketing for the Snake River Lodge & Spa, in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, as General Manager of the Jackson Hole Athletic Club, and as Sales Manager for the Westin Vail Cascade Club.

“Ms. Dombroski has exceptional experience in resort sales, as well as strong knowledge of the surrounding Rocky Mountain region,” Mr. Bartolin continues. “She will be a tremendous leader as we continue to grow and evolve.”
Posted October 22, 2013
Colorado Springs, Colorado (October 22, 2013) - President and CEO of The Broadmoor, Steve Bartolin, announced today that Jack Damioli is joining the team this coming January in the newly created position of Vice President and Managing Director. Mr. Damioli will report directly to Mr. Bartolin and will oversee The Broadmoor’s sales, marketing and conferences, human resources, food and beverage, engineering, golf, retail and loss prevention departments. All other departments, including the Pikes Peak Cog Railway and new developments at The Ranch at Emerald Valley, and Cloud Camp will continue to report directly to Mr. Bartolin.

“The Broadmoor is at a very exciting time in its history,” said Mr. Bartolin. “We continue to add new facilities, amenities and business with even more on the horizon.”

Mr. Damioli comes to The Broadmoor from Gasparilla Inn and Golf Club in Boca Grande, Florida, where he has held the position of President and General Manager for the past seven years. Prior to that, Mr. Damioli served 22 years at The Greenbrier, working in various departments and managerial capacities including golf, front desk, conference services, resident manager, director of operations and six years as general manager.

“I would not bring anyone into our organization in this type of leadership capacity unless I had the utmost confidence in them,” Mr. Bartolin continued. “I had an opportunity to work directly with Jack for four years at The Greenbrier from 1987 to 1991 and followed his successes and professional development over the course of his career. Jack Damioli is one of the top professionals in our industry. His experience is especially relevant because he understands the unique challenges of operating a historic property similar size and scope to The Broadmoor. Having him join our team will give us additional strength as we continue to grow and evolve.”

Posted August 14, 2013
Renovations to Include New Adam D. Tihany Designed Restaurant, Renovated Guest Rooms, New Spacious Tower Suites, and a New Exterior Facade
Colorado Springs, CO—The Broadmoor announced today the details of the second and final phase of renovations in its $100 million, multi-year renovation and expansion project, which begins November, 2013 to be completed May 2014.

Focusing on the extensive renovation and enhancement of the original Broadmoor West building, the second phase of renovations includes the addition of a new Adam D. Tihany designed Italian restaurant, renovated and expanded guest rooms, and a new health-inspired restaurant. Maintaining the Five Star, Five Diamond resort’s standards for impeccable service and unrivaled amenities for which it is known, the new Broadmoor West elevates the overall guest experience, further strengthening The Broadmoor’s position as one of the country’s leading hotels.

Reflecting The Broadmoor’s signature style of marrying luxury with comfort, Broadmoor West renovations include the extensive redesign and expansion of guest rooms with an additional 85 to 200 square feet added per room, living rooms featuring new decorative lighting, chandeliers, furnishings, carpet, and draperies, as well as all-new, five-fixture marble baths added to each bathroom.

A three-story addition to the original West building adds thirty-one guest rooms and suites, bringing The Broadmoor’s total guest room count to 775. Four new suites feature panoramic views of the sprawling property, Cheyenne Lake, and the gorgeous Cheyenne Mountain backdrop.

Food & Beverage
Expanding The Broadmoor’s unparalleled culinary program, Broadmoor West welcomes a brand new Adam D. Tihany designed Italian restaurant, Ristorante del Lago. Situated on the picturesque western edge of Cheyenne Lake, the new dining destination offers a traditional Mediterranean villa appearance to complement a menu of Italian regional cuisine and a robust Italian dominated wine list. The restaurant features an outdoor patio offering spectacular lake views, a private dining room, an expansive “community” dining table, a wine room, charcuterie and cheese cellars, and an exhibition kitchen with a wood burning oven and Rotissiere.

Bar Del Lago, also an Adam D. Tihany design, will be expanded and updated with a traditional Italian appearance to include custom millwork, additional outdoor seating, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, and vintage wine and liquor displays. A lakeside entry will be added to both Risorante del Lago and Bar Del Lago, as well as an internal connection between the two.

Play, The Broadmoor’s unique, retro-inspired restaurant and activity center located on the lobby level of Broadmoor West, remains open during the renovations.

With the re-imagining of Broadmoor West, comes The Broadmoor’s latest café dining option, Natural Epicurean. A philosophy of natural, wholesome, and local cuisine to fuel the body and mind defines the space which will feature a terrace with adjacent produce and herb garden from which ingredients will be harvested. Inside, large windows, wood flooring, and an exhibition kitchen will make this an ideal place to gather for an inspired meal.

Lobby and Exterior
Staying true to The Broadmoor’s grandeur, the Broadmoor West lobby is updated with an expanded concierge and front desk area, fresh décor, and interior design, giving it a more refined and elegant appearance. Magnificent stained glass skylights, marble floors with custom stone insets, finely detailed millwork on the walls and ceilings, woven rugs, and custom decorative chandeliers are added to harmonize the look of the space with the rest of the property’s interior facade.

The entry drive and porte-cochere of Broadmoor West is transformed with custom cast bronze column caps, cast stone balustrade, a new entry fountain, stone flooring, ornate iron work, and a new decorative drive surface and complementary landscaping.

“With the success of our first phase of renovations at The Broadmoor and many months of planning for our second phase, we are looking forward to this final transformation. Our enhancement to Broadmoor West will complement the surrounding property as well as enhance guest experience,” says Steve Bartolin, President of The Broadmoor.

Over the next year, The Broadmoor will continue to announce further news surrounding The Broadmoor’s Ranch at Emerald Valley, the opening of Ristorante del Lago, and details on the newest addition to The Broadmoor Wilderness Experience, Cloud Camp, opening late summer of 2014.

Opened in 1918, The Broadmoor is situated at the gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs. The Forbes Five Star, AAA Five Diamond resort encompasses 3,000 acres with three championship golf courses and 744 lodging rooms and suites. Amenities include an award-winning spa and fitness center, nationally recognized tennis program, 26 retail boutiques and 19 restaurants, cafés and lounges including new distinct concept, PLAY at The Broadmoor, as well as renovated Golden Bee and Tavern. In August 2013, The Broadmoor opened The Ranch at Emerald Valley, an intimate retreat offering refined rustic luxury in the heart of Pike National Forest. In May 2014, the resort opens a scenic wilderness retreat, Cloud Camp, on Cheyenne Mountain, 3,000 feet above The Broadmoor.
Posted August 5, 2013
The Broadmoor to Offer Exclusive Group Getaways to Privately Owned Ranch for Bird Hunting, Fishing, Golfing, and Hiking
Colorado Springs, CO—The Five Star, Five Diamond, Colorado Springs resort, The Broadmoor, announces an exclusive fifty year lease with a privately owned hunting and sporting ranch in Northern Colorado. Offered exclusively through The Broadmoor, groups can book a four day / three night private hunting and sporting expedition to the ranch’s premier shooting grounds, seasonally, October 2013 through March 2014.

Offered only as a four day / three night experience, the all-inclusive package includes accommodations for groups of up to twelve guests in the ranch’s spectacular lodge, orientation and training with the ranch’s expert hunting guides, daily hunting excursions, and gourmet meals featuring ranch-grown beef, estate-bottled wines, and other culinary delights.

The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife amid a tranquil and scenic backdrop of trees, streams, and lakes. Considered to be one of the leading shooting locations in the west, the ranch is located on three large reservoirs, providing the perfect venue for hunting upland birds, migratory bird, and waterfowl, as well as serving as the ideal setting for team building and camaraderie.

Designed in the tradition of the rustic American West with wooden log walls and decorated in Native American art, the ranch’s lodge offers spacious accommodations for guests featuring large fireplaces and guestrooms.

The opening day of the four day retreat commences with a property orientation and informational luncheon at the lodge, followed by target practice and a gun safety discussion session. The first evening concludes with a reception and cookout.

The second and third days at the ranch begin with a hearty breakfast served in the Lodge, followed by all-day bird hunting excursions on the ranch’s expansive property. Guests enjoy a midday break, with a gourmet picnic lunch served in the field. Each evening ends with a reception and dinner at the lodge, during which groups may pursue business matters and discussions in the ranch’s accommodating meetings facilities. On the final day, guests may partake in an optional bird hunt before an afternoon departure.

A variety of additional sporting and team building activities may be pre-arranged throughout the retreat as well, with options for fishing, golfing, and hiking. The ranch’s stream and ponds boast several trout varieties and bass, with fishing equipment available for use at the lodge. The property also features a nine-hole golf course, with clubs and equipment available for guest use. Hiking and walking tours through the picturesque mountains can be arranged with the ranch’s knowledgeable guides.

The four day / three night group hunting packages are available Sunday through Wednesday, October 1, 2013 through March 1, 2014 for $30,000 for twelve guests or for smaller groups, $1,000 per person, per day, with a minimum three night stay. Pricing is inclusive of accommodations, meals, and hunting, and exclusive of alcohol, shells, and targets.

To book a group retreat or for more information, please contact Mike Johnson, Ranch Manager, at 970.353.1780. Additional details can be found at
Posted August 1, 2013
Intimate Luxury Guest Ranch Debuts in Pike National Forest Featuring Horseback Riding, Fly Fishing, and Gourmet Meals
Colorado Springs, CO—AUGUST 1, 2013— After much anticipation, The Broadmoor’s Ranch at Emerald Valley opened its doors today in Pike National Forest.

Offering refined rustic luxury, approximately 8 miles west of The Broadmoor, tucked into the mountains at an elevation of more than 8,000 feet, the intimate, all-inclusive ranch features a Lodge with dining room, bar, and wraparound deck highlighting spectacular views of the lake and mountains, as well as two lakeside hot tubs, and wood-burning fire pit.

The retreat features 10 cabins, sleeping a total of 32 guests, each lovingly renovated in mountain cabin style, enhanced by wood burning fireplaces, private decks, coffee and tea bar, oversize showers, and Elite Therapeutic bath amenities. Each cabin offers a unique floor plan, from the cozy Aspen cabin which sleeps two to the spacious Hill Cabin, sleeping up to ten, complete with a chef’s kitchen, spacious deck and private fire pit, perfect for an extended family or group of friends.

Broadmoor chef-prepared meals are served in the gracious Lodge, around a large stone hearth. Twice weekly, The Ranch offers gourmet cookouts with fresh grilled fish, juicy steaks, and traditional accompaniments, along with house-made desserts such as strawberry and cherry pie. A wide variety of refreshments complements the cuisine, including fine wines, local microbrews, and a selection of spirits.

Guests of The Ranch at Emerald Valley enjoy access to the wilderness area of Pike National Forest, ideal for mountain biking, nature hikes, canoeing, lawn games, and stargazing. The Ranch’s primary activities include fly fishing on a private lake and horseback riding through nearby mountain valleys, meadows and trails, with a concierge on-hand to assist with all arrangements.

Distinctive to The Ranch at Emerald Valley is the unparalleled guest access to the amenities at The Broadmoor. With just a phone call, guests of The Ranch may enjoy all The Broadmoor has to offer, including swimming pools, fitness center, championship golf, shopping, Five Star spa and distinctive dining options. Additional costs may apply.

“People visit Colorado to experience its simple beauty, tranquil lifestyle, and pristine wilderness. The Ranch at Emerald Valley offers not only this unique experience, but the impeccable service and luxurious comforts The Broadmoor is known for,” says Steve Bartolin, President and CEO of The Broadmoor.

For the 2013 season The Ranch at Emerald Valley opens August 1st and closes at the end of October, reopening for the 2014 season on June 1st. Rates begin at $500.00 per adult, based on double occupancy, inclusive of accommodations, activities, meals, and non-alcoholic refreshments.

For more information on The Ranch at Emerald Valley, please
visit or call 800.755.5088.
Announcing $60 Million in Renovations Over Next 2 Years
Posted May 30, 2012
Colorado Springs, CO—May 30, 2012—The Broadmoor announced today a $60 million renovation over the next two years, strengthening its position as one of the preeminent resorts in America. The multi-phase renovation includes the expansion and redesign of guestrooms and suites and extensive updates to food and beverage outlets and meetings, events and activity facilities, which, added to the service-oriented reputation of The Broadmoor, elevates the overall guest experience.

"After many months of planning, we are extremely pleased to embark on this multi-faceted renovation. The designs perfectly complement The Broadmoor’s classic ambiance, refinement and original grandeur," said Steve Bartolin, President, The Broadmoor.

In May 2012, the first phase of renovations was completed. This included the re-opening of the Southlake building guestrooms and suites and a new look for Cheyenne Lodge, one of The Broadmoor’s premier meeting and event facilities. The Southlake building now boasts a new exterior and landscaping, new entry vestibules, 16 new patios and 21 newly renovated rooms, of which 8 are suites.

The Broadmoor’s 6,300 square-foot Cheyenne Lodge, offering both indoor and outdoor conference and event space with views overlooking the mountains and Colorado Springs, has a new look that features a handsome, rustic exterior with timbers and split logs, capturing the essence of a true Colorado lodge.

Originally designed as a “rest” chapel by Julie Penrose in 1918, the historic Pauline Chapel, located across from Broadmoor West, has been carefully restored. Non-denominational services are held every Sunday. The chapel is also available for weddings.

Completed by April 2013:
• TAVERN GARDEN ROOM: The Tavern’s Garden Room will be rebuilt to give it a European conservatory feel with an abundance of florals added to the plant life. The Tavern will remain open for dining during this renovation.
• GOLDEN BEE: The popular dining destination and watering hole for locals and guests alike will be expanded, almost doubling in size and will debut a new façade and covered rooftop, reminiscent of a 19th century London pub.
• ACTIVITY CENTER: The Broadmoor is adding an activity center in Broadmoor West featuring bowling lanes, billiards, board games, food and beverage offerings and more. The activity center is designed to appeal to families, teens and individuals, as well as special events and private group functions.

Completed by April 2014:
• WEST LOBBY BAR: The West Lobby Bar will be redesigned and expanded to include a living room with a fireplace and an expansive outdoor terrace.
• NEW ITALIAN RESTAURANT: To further complement the diversity of dining options at The Broadmoor, the restaurant will open with décor reminiscent of a historic Italian villa and a menu focused on authentic ingredients sourced from Italy.
• BROADMOOR WEST: Expansion of rooms, baths and lobbies and redesign of the building exterior will give West the character and charm reminiscent of the historic main building. All rooms will feature five fixture marble baths with combination of terrace, balconies, French doors and Juliet balconies.

Over the next two years, The Broadmoor will continue to announce further news surrounding property renovations as it continues to bolster its reputation as the premier location for meetings and events, wedding and leisure travelers while moving towards celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2018.

Opened in 1918, The Broadmoor is situated at the gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs. The resort encompasses 3,000 acres with three championship golf courses, 744 lodging rooms and suites, including the new Cottage suites. Amenities include an award-winning spa and fitness center, nationally recognized tennis program, 25 retail boutiques and 18 restaurants, cafes and lounges.

The BROADMOOR is a member of Preferred Hotels and Resorts and Historic Hotels of America.

NOTE: Photos and renderings are available at FTP:// in the file called 2012-13 RENOVATIONS PHOTOS-RENDERINGS. No password is needed.

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Posted March 19, 2010
The Broadmoor continues to improve with additional renovations for 2010

Colorado Springs, Colorado (March 19, 2010)...It is not a surprise. The downturn in the economic climate has put most hotel construction and renovation in a deep freeze. Few properties are moving forward with capital expenditures geared at improving the overall guest experience and enhancing meeting space. However, that is not the case at The Broadmoor.

Work began in December, 2009 on three projects totaling $7.5 million that are directly aimed at future guest and meeting experiences, and they are all taking place in Broadmoor West and West Tower.

WestTower - Guest Room Renovation

The WestTower opened in 1995. The building highlights some of the best mountain, lake and golf course views on the property. The 148 rooms and suites of West Tower now feature all new FF&E (furniture, fixtures and equipment) including carpet, wall covering, draperies, fabrics, paint, artwork, new higher end furnishings, new bright work, televisions and shower assist bars in the baths. The exquisite Gaylord Suite sports all new custom furnishings, carpet, draperies and bedding, in addition to a new dining room area and beautifully appointed furniture and planters on its expansive outdoor deck.

Broadmoor West Lobby

Originally opened in 1976 and completely renovated and expanded in 2000, Broadmoor West will also sport a new look including new carpet, paint and furnishings for the all lobby areas as well as the popular West Lobby Bar. In addition, the Lobby Bar's outdoor seating is being expanded with new furnishings and outdoor heaters.

Broadmoor West Meeting Rooms

Designed to enhance a Broadmoor meeting experience, the newly renovated West meeting rooms feature high quality décor, technological capability and diverse functionality with the addition of four new meeting / conference rooms that include a new pre-function area with a custom designed and beautifully appointed break area. All existing meeting rooms are redone to include new ceiling mounted video projectors and drop down video screens. The public areas, corridors and restrooms are completely renovated and all meeting space in Broadmoor West have new ceilings, lighting, wall covering, carpet, mill work and trim.

The Broadmoor is the longest-running consecutive winner of both the AAA Five-Diamond and the Forbes/Mobil Travel Guide Five-Star awards.