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Hands down, the best place to stay in Colorado Springs, if not all of Colorado, is the legendary, historic Broadmoor . But it’s not the only game in town. Cheyenne Mountain Resort could be called The Broadmoor’s cousin, sharing most of the same perks in a Rocky Mountain lodge—style setting. The Cliff House at Pikes Peak is a nineteenth-century hotel with a country-manor veneer, but with all the modern bells and whistles. Light, airy and full of quaint touches, the Old Town Guesthouse in downtown Colorado Springs is a charming bet for bed-and-breakfast fans, with individually decorated rooms featuring fireplaces, balconies and even hot tubs. And the 1892 Victoria’s Keep in Manitou Springs is another B&B find, resplendently Victorian to the core.