Trying to decide which extended stay hotels in Colorado Springs, CO offer the best value to long-term guests? Just an hour outside of Denver, this beautiful town is home to “Garden of the Gods”, one of the top-rated U.S. parks! It is a central location for both business and outdoor activities, attracting long-term visitors from all over the country.
Another perk of staying in Colorado Springs extended stay hotels is the views. The outskirts of this vibrant city meet the base of the Cheyenne Mountain, which is a breathtaking sight during your morning commute. Each extended stay location here has unique features, which can make it tough to choose—but thanks to TravelMag, you can check out our list of the city’s top hotels for long-term stays below!
From: $62/ night
A leader in value, service and amenities, the Extended Stay America in West Colorado Springs tops our list as the best extended stay hotel choice. Their rates remained low throughout our search and were often times the lowest of all available hotel options. Each room hosts a full kitchen (fridge and stove included!) and free-wifi, and guests may enjoy free grab-and-go breakfast seven days a week. Nature lovers will be happy to learn this West Colorado Springs extended stay hotel is conveniently close to the Garden of the Gods and Pikes Peak, two major parks with exciting trails and views. Lastly, for those packing a considerable amount of their wardrobe, on-site laundry is available. Not bad for $62 per night!
From $94/ night
The rates for Colorado Springs Hyatt House are a bit steeper in comparison to the Extended Stay America, but the suites are some of the largest in the city—so if you like your space, take a look at this 3-star gem. Their spacy suites also contain full kitchens and awesome views for long-term guests looking to get the most out of the Colorado Springs experience. An added bonus to this extended stay location is their outdoor pool, hot tub, fitness center and BBQ facilities. These amenities give guests something to do in their free time when they are not out exploring the nearby parks or making the quick, easy commute to work. Location is just as important as amenities, so visitors may also be interested to learn the Hyatt House Colorado Springs is just minutes from the United States Air Force Academy.
From $103/ night
Those fond of Marriott—or free meals—find the TownePlace Suites Colorado Springs to be worth the higher rate. Only two miles from the Glen Eyrie Conference Center, guests enjoy a complimentary buffet-style breakfast every morning as well as a complimentary evening reception Monday through Friday. Each suite comes with everything you need to cook meals, finish up any last minute work and get a great night’s sleep. All amenities, including their fitness center and business center, are modern and easily accessible to guests. Travelers willing to pay a little extra for a touch of luxury will feel right at home at the Towneplace Suites.
From $114/ night
If location is a top priority for you, the Homewood Suites North Colorado Springs is a dream come true—seriously. It is central to not only celebrated parks such as Garden of the Gods, but also many restaurant and shopping center options. There are even several corporate offices and businesses nearby, which may entice long-term guests arriving on business. But guests hardly have to leave the hotel at all with features such as complimentary breakfast, a complimentary light dinner reception Monday through Friday, an outdoor pool, a fitness center and 24-hour snack and sundry shop. Such convenience does not come with a much lower rate; trust us, we did the research!
From $109/ night
Holiday Inn is not often thought of as an extended stay hotel, but their Colorado Springs location offers so many useful amenities at such a reasonable rate, we had to include them. $109 per night is still fairly high in comparison to our top value pick, but they are the only location out of the Colorado Springs extended stay hotels we chose that has an indoor pool and hot tub. Believe me, even the most avid snow-seeker can enjoy the beautiful sight of snow from a warm indoor pool. Sadly, their rooms only have kitchenettes rather than full kitchens, but guests still enjoy a complimentary breakfast. And weekly fly-ins are sure to appreciate the close vicinity of the hotel to the airport.