Cheyenne Mountain Resort features 316 finely appointed guest rooms and suites arranged in eight residential lodges. Each features a private balcony, many with stunning views of Cheyenne Mountain, the resort’s Pete Dye Golf Course or its private lake. Guests are offered the choice of the following accommodations, each with a comfortable 430 sq. ft. of space:
• Standard Double Queen, featuring two queen-size beds and interior courtyard views
• Deluxe Double Queen, featuring two queen-size beds and resort views
• Deluxe King, featuring one king-size bed and resort views
• Executive King, featuring one king size bed, either a pullout sofa or a jetted bathtub and resort views
Cheyenne Mountain Resort also boasts five Presidential Suites, with approximately 1130 sq. ft. of living space and commanding views of the resort and Cheyenne Mountain. Each Presidential Suite features a separate sitting parlor, wet bar and dining room table that seats eight. Three also feature fireplaces. Suites can be one bedroom, featuring the Deluxe King accommodation, or two bedroom, with the Deluxe King Accommodation as the master and the Deluxe Double Queen accommodation as the second bedroom.
Featuring a Rocky Mountain-inspired décor, every room offers separate study areas and complimentary Wi-Fi, iHome iPod docking alarm clocks, a coffee maker, terry cloth bathrobes, a hair dryer, Gilchrist & Soames bath products, Lodgenet Movies, a personal refrigerator and much more.
Cheyenne Mountain Resort features in-room dining as well as three distinctive dining venues, providing a variety of cuisine to satisfy every palette. The Resort’s signature restaurant, the Mountain View Restaurant, is locally-renowned for its Colorado Fusion menu, which blends locally-grown organic products and wild game with Southwestern flavors to bring guests a true Rocky Mountain dining experience. Popular dishes include Buffalo Short Ribs, Ruby Red Trout with Bacon Jam and Tamarind Honey, and Achiote Marinated Chicken.
The restaurant also offers sumptuous buffets prepared from its open-air kitchen, featuring a daily-changing spread of salads, entrees and desserts, and an award-winning Sunday champagne brunch, a favorite among locals and guests. Sweeping views of Cheyenne Mountain provide the ideal backdrop to every meal served in the Mountain View Restaurant, and a large outdoor terrace offers a relaxing atmosphere in the warmer months.
Named after the famous Cherokee Indian cowboy, humorist, political commentator and entertainer from the 1920’s, the Will Rogers Lounge captures the playful spirit of its namesake. Featuring small bites and finely-crafted cocktails, the Will Rogers Lounge is the perfect place to unwind with a game of pool, darts, foosball or Nintendo wii, or by catching a game on the lounge’s big screen television. During the summer, grab a seat on the Sundance Terrace, with a view of the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun.
After a morning on the practice greens or a day on the rolling emerald fairways of Cheyenne Mountain Resort’s Pete-Dye designed golf course, guests are invited to head over to the Pineview Restaurant at the Clubhouse for a refreshing drink, lunch or dinner. The Pineview offers a chophouse-style menu and seasonal outdoor seating featuring sweeping views of the golf course and the spectacular Cheyenne Mountain range.
ACTIVITIES & AMENITIES
The Clubhouse at Cheyenne Mountain Resort features an impressive range of year-round recreational activities, including swimming, golf, tennis, basketball and a full-service workout center complete with state-of-the-art fitness equipment.
Designed to challenge players at any level, Cheyenne Mountain Resort features an immaculately groomed 18-hole championship course. Designed by the legendary Pete Dye, lush, tour-quality greens and broad fairways are set alongside the Resort’s 35-acre lake, the rugged mountain ridgeline and the bright blue southern Colorado sky. More than 300 days of sunshine make this course perfect to swing away on all year long, and deer, fox, coyotes and other wildlife can be seen by players daily. Private Golf lessons are available.
Cheyenne Mountain Resort is heaven for racket sport enthusiasts, and includes 18 tennis courts, six of which are indoor, and two of which are clay, as well as squash and racquetball courts.
Guests enjoy swimming year-round the Clubhouse at Cheyenne Mountain Resort’s indoor/outdoor Aquatics Center. The facility includes four pools – an outdoor heated 50-meter Olympic swimming pool, an adult pool, a 25-meter indoor lap pool and resort pool at the main lodge. A kids’ splash park and kiddie pool with playground are also available. Additionally, the resort’s 35-acre lake offers windsurfing, swimming, paddle-boats, canoes, kayaks and catch-and-release fishing. The sandy beach is the perfect place to build sandcastles, hold a cookout and play volleyball, and a popular spot to hold teambuilding events and weddings.
The Clubhouse at Cheyenne Mountain Resort offers both Cybex and Paramount equipment, with a full range of treadmills, ellipticals, stair machines, recumbent and upright bikes, free weights, and a group exercise floor. Personal trainers are available, and daily morning and evening fitness classes are offered, including yoga, kickboxing and spin classes, and are complimentary to guests. The Club features full-service men’s and women’s locker rooms, a massage room, racquetball and squash courts, an indoor half basketball court, steam rooms and whirlpools. Additionally, jogging, hiking and biking paths are located in the area surrounding the resort, and maps are available at the concierge desk or Fitness Club.
Cheyenne Mountain Resort works with two local spa partners. Lotus Salon and Spa offers contemporary hair design, relaxing massages, complete nail services, pampering facials and more. Genesis MedSpa specializes in popular non-surgical cosmetic treatments including botox, laser hair removal and micro-dermabrasion. Both are located within minutes from Cheyenne Mountain Resort, and the Resort’s concierge is happy to arrange guests’ appointments.
Cheyenne Kidz Club
The brand new Cheyenne Kidz Club program offers a wide array of supervised daily activities including arts and crafts, fishing, swimming, field trips and regular speakers from the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, the Colorado Police and Fire Departments and the Division of Wildlife. Friday and Saturday evening programs are also available. The age-structured Cheyenne Kidz Club gives children the opportunity to learn and play in a safe, fun, supervised environment, while parents enjoy 18-holes on the Pete Dye designed championship golf course or head into town for shopping or a relaxing massage. Half and full-day programs are available from mid-May through mid-September.
Colorado Springs is brimming with arts, culture, entertainment and outdoor adventure, along with a rich history harkening back to the days of the old west. Popular area activities include hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Many guests also enjoy browsing the eclectic shops and galleries in Old Colorado City and Manitou, visiting the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, hiking Pike’s Peak or visiting nearby Garden of the Gods.
Cheyenne Mountain Conference Center is a regular host to corporate and association groups, weddings and special events. The Resort provides world-class recreational programming, conference planners to help with every need, comprehensive meetings packages, an on-site business center, media center and full-time photographer, and more. Cheyenne Mountain Conference Center features more than 40,000 sq. ft. of specially designed, IACC-certified meeting space. With 38 dedicated conference and ballrooms, including a tiered amphitheater, its conference facilities can comfortably accommodate virtually any meeting format and groups from 10 to 600.
Standard double occupancy daily rates include accommodations and resort-sponsored activities (there is an extra fee for golf). A $15 per day resort fee covers parking, fitness classes, facilities charges, Wi-Fi and more. Rates range from $99 to $575 per night, based on accommodation type and season. Seasonal and themed packages are also available throughout the year.
LOCATION & ACCESS
Cheyenne Mountain Resort is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado’s second largest city. The Resort is a 20 minute drive from the Colorado Springs Airport, offering 120 daily flights from 10 commercial airlines, and approximately an hour’s drive from Denver International Airport, one of the world's largest airports, providing nonstop daily service to more than 126 domestic and international destinations.