What are rooms like at The Broadmoor?

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Classic, Superior and Premier rooms of single or double occupancy at The Broadmoor aren’t one-size-fits-all, even within their respective categories. What they do share is the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s Victorian style: plushly appointed in soft blue and green, rose and gold. The rooms come chock-full of amenities, including flat-screen TVs with cable and pay-per-view, DVD players, gaming consoles, luxury mini-bars, high-speed Internet access and the usual vanity-side grooming tools and Broadmoor Signature toiletries. Meanwhile, their differences — while all part of the charm of a historic, independent hotel — may warrant some pre-booking inquiry on your part. Does closet size matter to you? Does a view of the mountain or lake? How about a balcony, patio or terrace? Or a four-fixture versus a five-fixture bathroom? Obviously, the more expensive the room type, the more numerous its amenities, but there are quirky exceptions, so reserve accordingly.

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King and double-bed rooms are available in the 779 rooms and suites that are part of the resort complex. Broadmoor Cottages, situated along the fairway of the east golf course, offer rooms with king-sized beds and two queen beds, as does the newly opened expansion of Broadmoor West. All rooms come equipped with:

·Flat panel TVs with cable television

·On-demand pay-per-view movies

·Spacious writing desk with computer and fax outlets

·Telephone line offering voicemail

·Free local calls

·Wireless high speed Internet

·Individual heating and air-conditioning controls

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