Sep 29 - Sep 30
I love this property, This is my 3rd time staying here. On 3 separate occasions I had a 2 hour wait for dinner, drinks came with the dinner as the waitress was overwhelmed with 2 whole tables. The young man serving me lemonade and a water took 35 mins just to ring us up another night. And the dinner ...
Oct 8 - Oct 9
We really enjoyed our stay! It was beautiful everywhere we went.
Oct 6 - Oct 7
Nice lobby, good breakfast options. Modern decor. Good location for getting to many areas of the city and surrounding tourist destinations. Easy highway access.
Sep 24 - Sep 25
Room was clean and comfortable. It was also quiet and the light breakfast was adequate.
Oct 15 - Oct 16
Very much enjoyed our stay here. Booked it based on positive reviews on Travelocity, and they were right. A nice family-run motel with big rooms and great service! Would definitely recommend this motel to friends and would stay here again.
Oct 1 - Oct 2
It was walking distance of downtown so it was easy to shop and go out for dinner. The breakfast in the morning left much to be desired and there was not sufficient outdoor seating...so people had to go back to their rooms or sit on the steps...
Oct 2 - Oct 3
This hotel is fantastic. We’ve stayed at many 5 star hotels and this is the best of the best.
Oct 1 - Oct 2
The Lodge at Flying Horse was fantastic. Very relaxing, quiet (we were there on a Sun eve), and the staff was attentive and kind. Our room was great and clean! As my husband said, "It's just like the pictures." The lap pool and spa we're excellent. Definitely added to our 1 night get away!
Sep 22 - Sep 23
A very charming hotel with a grat location. The staff was very helpful and provided guidance when needed. The hotel was in walking distance to many shops and restaurants I would definitely stay in this hotel again.
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If you're looking for natural beauty, Colorado Springs is a nature-lover's dream, with the drama of Pike's Peak and the Rockies always in the background. If you're a fan of science, this is where Nicola Tesla conducted his 1899 work on wireless electricity. Nowadays, Colorado Springs is electrified by a lively mix of parks and nature trails, the arts, and nightlife. Oh, and there's an alpaca ranch -- need we say more? Snag one of the many Colorado Springs hotel deals available to see for yourself what this city has to offer.
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