What are the suites like at The Broadmoor?

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As with everything else at The Broadmoor, suites take many shapes, sizes and guises — not to mention names. But one thing is certain: They’re as posh as they are vibrant, all shimmering fabrics in muted jewel tones from the parlor to the bedroom, and equipped with the requisite amenities: flat-screen TVs with cable and pay-per-view, DVD players, gaming consoles, high-speed Internet access, Broadmoor Signature toiletries and so on.

Also, virtually (though not 100 percent) guaranteed is a view of Cheyenne Mountain and/or Cheyenne Lake. What varies from building to building, at least at the executive level, is terrace type — Juliet balcony or full patio — as well as the presence of fireplaces, dining tables and sofa beds. In short, if you need something, say something when making reservations.

Meanwhile, at the even more exclusive signature level, elaborately appointed, multi-bedroom suites are practically fit for kings, or at least the celebrities, moguls and dignitaries who’ve been known to occupy them. Another great detail at the signature level: The free-standing cottages that dot the 18th fairway of the East Golf Course have a breezy yet cozy character that derives from their incorporation of wood and stone, wrought iron and cool ceramic — think ski lodge meets seaside bungalow. We think you’ll love any of the rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel, but the suites add enough sprinkles and whipped cream to make an already tasty sundae that much better.

Shauna Sartori

All the amenities listed for the rooms are available for the suites. Most suites also have large dining tables. Many have fireplaces and either patios or balconies.

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