This property is very clean and well maintained! They even gave fresh popcorn in the lobby when you check in!
Good location and amenities were top notch. Very clean conditions and the staff was very professional.
Great location. Friendly staff. Worked great for our family reunion.
Breakfast did not have hot meal like bacon, sausage, scramble eggs, toast milk to drink.
Fountain Creek access is a plus. Retro feel. Close to so many things to do!
Everything was great including the pool and jacuzzi. The room was a bit outdated but clean. The only troublesome area was the extremely small breakfast area. Some guests gad to stand up and eat. However, I'd stay again. Great value and wonderful staff!
Great location and comfy beds. Large selection of food for breakfast. Only downside was a very large pothole in one of entrances.
The staff is very professional and attentive. The heated pool is a fantastic amenity, and the location is great. The rooms are somewhat dark and feel enclosed.
Colorado Springs is known for its surrounding mountains and the possibility of activities that come with them. Hiking, walking, and admiring beautiful scenery, all of this makes for a perfect trip with your four-legged friends.
Colorado Springs is a modern urban city like so many. Still, this means that there are several pet-friendly trails, parks and dog areas to be found. Leashed dogs are welcome in many parks and trails around Colorado Springs. Popular is Palmer Park, which contains over 25 miles of trails, several sports fields, a playground, and picnic grounds. Also, Palmer Park has a dog park and an off leash dog area.
There are several parks with dog runs or dog park areas. Visit the very popular Garden of the Gods with your furry friend, for example. This park is often seen as the most beautiful park in the world. Other dog runs and parks can be found in Red Rock Canyon Open Space, Cheyenne Meadows Park, and Rampart Park.
Do you and your dog love hiking? Colorado Springs has miles and miles of hiking trails. While some trails do not allow dogs or only leashed dogs, there are several hiking areas where dogs are allowed off their leash. This is at Garden of the Gods, Palmer Park and Red Rock Canyon Open Space even has a designated dog loop trail area. While visiting Colorado Springs with your canine buddy, make sure to comply to the local rules. Here, this means leashing your dog and cleaning up after your pet.