Colorado Springs, Colo. – March 27, 2017 – After nearly 100 years of celebrating Easter with its guests, The Broadmoor still has managed to keep the holiday fresh, of course featuring traditional religious services, brunch, and Easter egg hunts on its sprawling, manicured grounds but also pairing those time-honored traditions with new ones. Resort guests this Easter can spend their weekend engaging in a variety of uniquely Western activities from falconry to fly fishing or hippitying and hoppitying over scenic canyons on a zip line ending at Seven Falls. For a dose of Western haute hospitality, there are even Broadmoor etiquette classes to teach the B’s and Q’s of table manners, just in time for knowing which fork to use at Easter Brunch.
The resort is offering an Easter Getaway Package, perfect for last-minute holidays, including:
- Classic accommodations per night (upgrade options available)
- Kids eat free
- 20% discount off golf green fees
- A one-time $100 Resort Credit with a three-night stay or a one-time $200 resort credit with a four-night stay
- Discount on the adult ticket price at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
- 25% discounts off of published suite rates.
Rates beginning at $130 per person based on double occupancy, plus taxes and service charge.
Here’s a closer look at guest programming Easter Weekend, April 13 – 17, 2017, at The Broadmoor:
NOTE: Activities are for hotel guests only.
Easter Egg Hunts
There are Broadmoor Easter Egg Hunts for all ages, with a special hunt just for those up to age 5, and another for ages 6-12. Perhaps the most fun? The adults-only Easter egg hunt, featuring a mimosa and five hard-to-find eggs containing BIG prizes from The Broadmoor.
The Spring Carnival will offer carnival games, crafts, face painting, Build-a-Bunny stuffed animals for children to “stuff” themselves and dress to their liking, as well as photos with the Easter Bunny.
Golf clinic for all levels/ages
Adult tennis round robin
Indoor laser tag
Family bingo and other games
Beginner’s waltz classes (for all ages)
Introduction to fly fishing
Wearable art workshops – jewelry making and scarf decorating
B’s and Q’s Etiquette class (for all ages)
Easter sunrise service and later morning worship services
Excursions to Seven Falls for hiking and zip lining adventures
Easter brunch options include the Forbes Five Star Penrose Room, the charming Lake Terrace Dining Room, or Broadmoor Hall.
More details on Easter at The Broadmoor here: www.broadmoor.com/a-broadmoor-
About The Broadmoor
Situated at the gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs, The Broadmoor and its Wilderness Experience properties of The Ranch at Emerald Valley, Cloud Camp and Fly Fishing Camp encompass 5,000 acres. The resort campus has 784 rooms, suites and cottages. It includes three golf courses, a Forbes Five-Star spa and fitness center, nationally recognized tennis staff and program, 26 retail boutiques and 10 restaurants, including Colorado’s only Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five-Diamond restaurant Penrose Room, as well as 10 additional cafes and lounges. Other activities include falconry, guided mountain biking, hiking, rock-climbing tours, fly-fishing, paintball and more. The BROADMOOR Wilderness Experience properties are three unique, all-inclusive, boutique facilities that highlight a true Colorado experience while offering mountain rustic luxury along with The Broadmoor’s legendary service. In addition, The Broadmoor owns and manages three attractions that include the Pikes Peak Cog Railway, Seven Falls and The Broadmoor Soaring Adventure zip-line courses. Colorado Springs Airport, 15 minutes from the resort, is serviced by non-stop flights via Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier and United. With connections to worldwide destinations, Denver International Airport, 70 minutes north of Colorado Springs, hosts more than 1,600 national and international flights daily. Door-to-door shuttle or sedan service from both airports is available through Gray Line.