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5 star resort with great restaurants. I like Del Lago - Italian. Enjoy this beautiful space over brunch or dinner without the $350+/night lodging cost.
The Best Hotel, Resort, and Dining in Colorado, The Broadmoor is the only establishment in the United States to be award 5 Diamonds from AAA each year since the award’s inception in 1953. Sunday Brunch in the Lake Terrace dining room and fine dining in The Penrose Room are not to be missed.
We love going to walk around the property. We love the restaurants and have enjoyed watching the storm come and go during our rainy months. You can drop your car off at valet.
Elegant resort, perfect for romantic dinners. The building inside has an antique elegant vibe with chandeliers everywhere.
Historic Luxury Hotel The Broadmoor. Between enjoying a fine dining experience, grabbing a beverage and walking the lake or bowling in their private lanes, there this no lack of things to do at this beautiful location. My personal high points are - a vanilla latte at the coffee shop, happy hour at…
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