Bargain hunters looking for a cheap hotel in Colorado Springs will find good value for their money at Extended Stay America - Colorado Springs - West or Towneplace Suites Colorado Springs, with free self-parking, a picnic area and a swimming pool. 46 cheap accommodation deals provide easy access to UCCS Recreation Center.
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If you're hoping to visit Colorado Casino Resorts Inc, consider staying at The Mining Exchange A Wyndham Grand Hotel & Spa, rated 4 stars and situated just a short walk from Red Gravy restaurant. Crescent Lily Inn B&B is a casual choice that will place you within a 10-minute walk of Colorado Casino Resorts Inc.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Colorado Springs
If you're on the hunt for luxury hotels in Colorado Springs, choose The Antlers, A Wyndham Hotel, a 4-star hotel set in Downtown Colorado Springs district. Quality Inn & Suites Garden Of The Gods is a 3-star boutique hotel situated beside Colorado State Parks & Wildlife. On the other hand, if you are looking to spend a bit more, you might want to check out the deals at Baymont By Wyndham Colorado Springs/Garden Of The Gods and Econo Lodge Airport.
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Think about staying at H New Suburban Creekside 3 Bdrm Getaway Near Parks & Trails or Two Bdrm Traveler'S Apartment. Practically Perfect, if you'd like to take advantage of staying at B&B. The business traveler can check into La Quinta Inn & Suites By Wyndham Colorado Springs South Ap or Comfort Inn North - Air Force Academy Area in Colorado Springs. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 37 hotels in Colorado Springs, Hampton Inn & Suites Colorado Springs/I-25 South or Satellite Hotel among them.
City Guide: Discover the best of Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs is a city that offers the best of the great outdoors.
A visit to Seven Falls, shopping in Colorado Avenue, several strolls in Garden of the Gods and a tour to the Cave of the Winds – all of these make Colorado Springs a second to none city on the list of America's Best Cities of 2009 in ''Outside'' – popular American magazine focused on outdoors.
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Striking outdoors from dining out to Manitou Springs all take a back seat before Pikes Peak. Right here on the summit of Pikes Peak, near Colorado Springs, Katherine Lee Bates, inspired with this beauty, wrote America the Beautiful – a patriotic song of America "from sea to shining sea".
It wasn’t only Bates who took Colorado Springs to heart as in the 1890s English tourists, especially from London came there for striking views and adventure. Thus, Colorado Springs was nicknamed ''Little London''.
It is certainly warmer than London. This is thanks to Pikes Peak that protects Colorado Springs from harsh weather despite the city looming high over the region at 6,035 feet above sea level higher than its neighbor Denver at 5,280 feet. The city covers 186sqmiles, making it Colorado's largest city in area and populous as well with population numbering 414,358 people in 2009.
From a ''Little London'' to "the city of millionaires'', city's past today is best reflected in its rich cityscape. Attractions include;
- Garden of the Gods, sandstone formations enclosed by a city park
- Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, a small mountain zoo
- Cave of the Winds, caves near Manitou Springs
It is also a destination steeped in history. In 1870, General William Jackson Palmer, a Civil War General from Pennsylvania, came to the area and envisioned Colorado Springs as a resort destination. In later years it converted into a mining town and by the 19th century Colorado Springs was the leading mining exchange center of the world leading to it being called "the city of millionaires." When in 1904 there was only 100 nation's millionaires, Colorado Springs had 35 of them doing business there.
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