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April

From the beginning, children and family played an important part in The Broadmoor story. In 1918, assistant manager Edmond Burke’s daughter, Bonnie, made headlines as “the Eloise of The Broadmoor.” Her every move was chronicled in the local paper, and she greeted many of the most famous guests of the day. Guests for up to six generations have brought their families here; they are now part of our family, as well. Celebrate these ties with us, and with your loved ones, as we host a wide variety of activities – from guided family hikes and biking to falconry and trips to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo - all guaranteed to make memories of a lifetime for our next generation of guests. 

Broadmoor Centennial Package
Available January - December 2018
Includes:
  • Classic Accommodations per night (upgrade options available)
  • “The Broadmoor Story” pictorial history book
  • Sparkling wine and candy nut tin at turndown on first night of package
  • $60 breakfast credit per night of package
  • Suites available @ 25% off published rates

Rate starts at $190 per person based on double occupancy for January – April; and November – December, 2018; and $325 per person based on double occupancy for May – October, 2018.



What's Happening

Dive in Movie Nights

Join us for family fun in the pool during select dates in April for Dive In Movie Nights! Enjoy cotton candy, concession candy, popcorn and beverages while you float during a family-friendly flick.

For reservations call - 719.577.5775

Art and History Tours

Discover all of the incredible moments in history and works of art at The Broadmoor on an in-depth, fun walking tour with one of our skilled tour guides.

Photo Contest
Share Your Family Memories

Share your special family memories at The Broadmoor with us and win! Submit photos of your family getaway or reunion. At the end of the month, we will choose a winning photo. The prize for the best photo: one night stay at The Broadmoor, breakfast and dinner for two!

This contest will be available on April 1st, 2018!
Check back soon for more details.

Weekend of Jazz

GRAMMY® Award-Winning guitarist Earl Klugh annually invites jazz and music enthusiasts to a unique, luxurious getaway at The Broadmoor. It's the perfect weekend to enjoy world-class music with like-minded jazz enthusiasts.

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Featured Cocktail - Sidecar

The origin is unclear, but one urban legend setting was World War 1, the Ritz Hotel in Paris. A military officer was a regular patron of the hotel, and he always arrived to the hotel riding in the compartment alongside the motorcycle: the sidecar.

View Recipe Card

Fun Fact

The mystery identity of the young boy shown in the photo of the Hundred Million Dollar Hotel group has been solved. The young boy is 11 year-old Richard (Ricardo) A. Mestres. His father, Richard M. Mestres of Mexico was a wealthy oil and gas company owner who died in 1917. Robert Blackman, manager of the Bellclaire Hotel and owner of the San Remo Hotel, New York, is seated next to Richard Jr. and seen standing next to him in the larger photo in the Hotel Bar. Richard Jr. went on to Princeton where he became captain of the football team and graduated in 1931. After serving in World War II as an air combat intelligence officer, he returned to Princeton and became director of the Princeton University Fund from 1947-1953, treasurer of the university from 1953-1972, and VP of the University from 1959-1972 when he retired. He died on April 11, 1981. Stop by the Hotel Bar where you can find him in the photo, enjoy our cocktail of the month, and raise a glass to a mystery solved!
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