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Colorado Springs Travelodge
2625 Ore Mill Rd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
Nightly Rates (86.00 - 87.00)   3 Star

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Indoor heated pool Complimentary in-room coffee Morning paper In-room pay-per-view movies HBO Continental Breakfast Free local calls Group packages available Cripple Creek casino trips Centrally located Cave of the Winds Garden of the Gods Seven Falls Pike's Peak Royal Gorge Santa's Workshop Penrose Equestrian Center Olympic Training Center World Arena Pike's Peak International Raceway

  • AM/FM Alarm Clock

  • Coffee Maker in Room

  • 24 Hour Front Desk

  • Handicapped Rooms/Facilities

  • Express Checkout

  • Free Parking

  • Free Local Telephone Calls

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities

  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities

  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities

  • Free Newspaper

  • Pets Allowed

  • Pool

  • Heated Pool

  • Parking

  • Television with Cable

  • Laundry/Valet Services

  • Room Information

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  • The Travelodge offers 49 recently remodeled rooms, interior corridors, 2 floors, an indoor heated pool, a free continental breakfast, free morning newspaper, in room coffee, in room movie, cable, a guest laundry, and an arcade. Our hotel also offers a meeting room for our guest's use. You can come and relax in one of our comfortable and affordable rooms or kickback in our suite! The suite has a fireplace, hot tub, sauna, stereo, and a whole lot more! Ask for details on this room as it is worth seeing! The newest addition to our room inventory is Sleepy Bear's Den. The Den is a room created with kids (to 8yrs old) in mind and loaded with extras!We've created a very reasonable and economical pricing system for our rooms. The rooms are either smoking or non-smoking, and they have either one bed or two...the price is the same for all of our regular room types with one or two adults. Kids under 16 stay in their parent's room for free! (The Suite and the Sleepy Bear Den are priced separately form our regular rooms.)
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    Miscellaneous Information
  • American Dollars is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 03:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 11:00 AM 

  • Time Zone is  MST 

  • Opened in  1983 

  • Renovated in  1998 

  • 49  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 2  floors. 

  • Guarantee Policy
    Reservations made using the Internet require a major credit card to reserve a room.

    Cancellation Policy
    Cancellation penalties may apply if cancelled after the policy deadline. Please review the reservation details before confirming your reservation as policies vary.

    Restaurant Information
    Zeb's Restaurant  945 S 8th StreetColorado Springs, CO 80906719-473-9999Dinner only from 5PMA taste of Colorado-Best in town Baby Back Pork Ribs Slow roasted Prime Rib Aged, hand, cut, choice steak Fresh Fish Specials Kids menu. All served in a casual atmosphere. Show us your TRAVELODGE room key and receive a complimentary beverage with your dinner. Zebulon Montgomery Pike: Zeb's namesake 1779-1813. The Mason Jar  2925 W Colorado Ave.Colorado Springs, CO 80904719-632-4820Open for lunch and dinnerGreat atmosphere and the best chicken fired steak in town! Come and join us for dinner in a family environment and sample some of our excellent cuisine. Flying W Ranch  3330 Chuck Wagon RoadColorado Springs, CO 80919719-598-4000Call for hours/Vary with the seasonAuthentic chuck wagon suppers and original western shows. A fun time in an old western style ranch with shows and activities for the entire family.Web Address: www.flyingw.com Bon Ton's Cafe  2601 W. Colorado Ave.Colorado Springs, CO 80904719-634-1007Open from 6:30 AM - 2 PMEarly Bird Specials from 6:30 AM - 8:30 AM. There is something for everyone on the menu!

    Recreation Information

  • Area Information

  • Along with being centrally located to most Colorado Springs attractions such as Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, Seven Falls, Cave of the Winds, the North Pole, and the U.S Olympic Training Center, to name a few. We are also near some excellent restaurants and fast food chains. We are within walking distance to Old Colorado City and about 4 miles from Manitou Springs. Both are great little towns with a wide variety to see and do.Old Colorado City is not only a charming view of old style town structure it also offers a variety of excellent restaurants, as well as several fast food choices. Old Colorado City is the home of a magnitude of wonderful shops that provide a delightful selection of goods and services. Another interesting and convenient feature of the old town and the Travelodge is that while it appears to be a small town somewhat isolated from the 'big city' it is in fact located only five minutes away from the metropolitan downtown area!Not only is the Travelodge of Colorado Springs located in a place that offers the same warmth and friendly atmosphere of a small town, our friendly staff strives to extend this atmosphere from our family to yours during your stay. So please come and share our hospitality while you enjoy the beautiful and breathtaking views that Colorado Springs has to offer.

  • Pikes Peak

  • Hwy 24 west to Cascade, CO. Follow the signs to Pikes Peak Hwy.Colorado Springs, CO719-385-PEAK or 1-800-318-9505 , http://www.pikespeakcam. com/Year round if the weather permits. Oct.-April 9AM-3PM; May-Sept. 7AM-7PMThe Poem America the Beautiful, 1st published on July 4th, 1895 in The Congressionalist, would eventually become our country's "second" National Anthem was written by Katherine Lee Bates who was inspired by the view from Pike's Peak.....
  • Garden of the Gods Park and Visitors Center

  • 1805 North 30th StreetColorado Springs, CO 80904719-634-6666Park is open year round. Visitor's Center: Summer 8AM-8PM/Winter 9AM-5PMThe park offers a breathtaking display of Colorado's geology based in a setting of beautiful vies and various nature trails. Drive through and admire the unusual rock formations and scenic parking areas. The Visitor?s Center has theatre presentation, educational exhibits, bus tours, nature talks, dining and refreshments, souvenirs and gifts, and information on the region.Web Address: www. GardenofGods.com
  • Cave of the Winds

  • PO Box 862Manitou Springs, CO 80829719-685-5444Cave Tours Labor Day weekend-Memorial Day weekend 10AM-5PM. Memorial Day weekend-Labor Day weekend 9AM-9PM. Laser Canyon Shows Friday, Saturday in May at 9PM, Memorial Day-Labor Day 9PM nightly.Stroll through a world millions of years old...Choose one of the three thrilling tours that are offered. Take a journey with the classic Discovery Tour, the one enjoyed by generations of visitors. An easy, relaxing walk, the Discovery Tour is offered year round. Whatever the temperature outside, it?s always a comfortable 54 degrees inside the Cave of the Winds. For the more adventurous take the Explorer's Trip. This is the trip for those who want the Lantern Tour. One hundred years ago visitors to the Cave of the Winds carried candles and lanterns along eerie, dark halls that seemed to have no end into mysterious chambers so large that the fragile light that they carried never reached then other side. Now you can too. Outside, with the skyline of Colorado Springs as a backdrop, the Pikes Peak region's colorful history explodes onto the canyon walls five stories high with the Laser Canyon light show! We're a magic mountain after dark!Web Address: www.caveofthewinds.com
  • Manitou Cliff Dwellings Preserve & Museums

  • U.S. Hwy 24 just west of Colorado SpringsManitou Springs, CO719-685-5242 or 1-800-354-9971June, July, & August 9AM-8PM, March, April, October, November, & December 9AM-5PM, May & September 9AM-6PM, January & February 9AM-5PMRelive the ancient Anasazi culture! Located in the scenic foothills of Pike Peak, overlooking the historic town of Manitou Springs, Manitou Cliff Dwellings presents a unique look at Native American culture. Wander leisurely through the preserve and explore the fascinating architecture of the ancient Anasazi.
  • Seven Falls

  • PO Box 118Colorado Springs, CO 80901719-632-0765Hours vary according to season. Call for detailsOnly 10 minutes from downtown Colorado Springs, world-famous Seven Falls and South Cheyenne Canon give you a breathtaking view of Colorado scenery at its best! Beautiful by day-all year...All of the natural splendor of the Rockies...unique rock formations, charming chipmunks, Native American dances in the summer and a nature trail to Inspiration Point for a panoramic view of Colorado Springs and the great plains. Spectacular by night-summer only...Seven Falls becomes a fantasyland, with an astounding lighting display that spectacularly highlights the area's natural beauty!Web Address: www. Sevenfalls.com
  • Northpole, Home of Santa's Workshop

  • 10 miles west of Colorado Springs on Hwy 24, Exit 141 form I-25Colorado Springs, CO719-684-9432Seasonal Schedule. Mid May - May 31 9:30AM-6PM, June 1- Aug 31 9:30AM-6PM, Sept.1-Dec.24 10AM-5PMThe Northpole is nestled at the foot of Pikes Peak. Try the thrilling paratrooper ride and a sliding spin around the giant Christmas tree. Ride the Enterprise shuttle for a swing through the sky. Take in the mountain scenery form the skyride and join Santa's elves for a train ride around Santa's Workshop. Create a colorful candle, enjoy some delicious goodies and discover a special gift or ornament in one of Santa's many shops. See an amazing Magician conjure up illusions right before your eyes. Mail your cards from the special North Pole Post Office. And be sure to visit Santa Claus and share with him all your Christmas wishes.
  • Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

  • 4250 Cheyenne Mountain Zoo RoadColorado Springs, CO 80906719-633-9925Summer 9AM-6PM, Winter 9AM-5PMExplore the unique mountain setting of the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo...America's only mountain zoo. And with our constantly changing exhibits, zoo babies and distinctive special events, you'll want to visit again and again to see it all! See a herd of giraffes...and feed them! Did you know that our giraffe-breeding program is the most prolific in the world with 170 births since 1954? Catch a glimpse of more than 50 species of endangered animals...from Sumatran orangutans to spectacled bears! Visit Wolf Woods and spot rare, highly endangered Mexican wolves lurking in the award-winning mountainside exhibit! Tour our indoor/outdoor primate world...with indoor glass enclosures that bring you nose-to-nose with the animals! This state-of-the-art exhibits has become a model for other zoos around the country. Experience exotic Asian Highlands...featuring endangered Siberian tigers. Amur leopards and red pandas roaming the side of our mountain in their natural habitats! Discover the incredible Will Rogers Shrine! Your admission for the day includes access to the Russell Tutt Scenic Highway and Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun. After you have toured the Zoo, weather permitting, you can experience the breathtaking view from atop Cheyenne Mountain.Web Address: www.cmzoo.org
  • Ghost Town and Wild West Museum

  • Hwy 24 and 21st StreetColorado Springs, CO 80904719-634-0696Open year round.Journey into the past with this authentic 1800's Old West Ghost Town. Explore this old western town complete with Saloon, sheriff's Office, BarberShop, Blacksmith, Jail, Print Shop, General Store, Victorian Home, and much, much, more! See one of the most comprehensive collections of antiques and memorabilia from the rough-an-tumble days of the Wild West.
  • Van Briggle Art Pottery

  • 600 South 21st StreetColorado Springs, CO 809041-800-847-6341Mondays-Saturdays: 8:30AM-5:00PMWith Water and Fire-a lifeless mass of clay is molded, shaped and transformed into a creation of beauty. This is the potter's art, and since 1899, the potter's art is alive and well at Van Briggle Pottery. Inside this beautiful site you'll find the same Van Briggle works that have been displayed in the worlds most famous museums and galleries, and now ready for a place of honor in your home.Web Address: www.vanbriggle.com
  • Historic Old Colorado City

  • West Colorado Avenue between 24th & 27th StreetsColorado Springs, CO 80904History: Located in the foothills of Pikes Peak-at the point where many old Indian trails converged-Colorado City was founded in 1859, and became one of the most colorful Gateways To The West. In 1861, this wild and wooley frontier town was designated the first capitol of the Colorado Territory-though t he honor did not last long. Within a short time, the legislature has voted to relocate to the more comfortable environs of Denver. In the struggle for survival, the settlers of Colorado City experienced conflict with Indians, the hardships of farming and ranching, the failure of a short-lived oil and gas boom, the euphoria of the gold rush, the promise of manufacturing, the devastation of fires, and the excitement of emerging as a prosperous and strategic railroad center. Colorado City also became a "high society" entertainment center where prosperous businessmen and their families enjoyed parties, balls, and receptions. But gambling, saloons, and "parlor houses" also gave Colorado City a "sin city" reputation that was of no little embarrassment to the upstanding citizens-who otherwise valued the small-town environment of churches and pleasant neighborhoods. Even today, there are tunnels under Colorado Avenue, which bear witness to the notorious part of Old Colorado City. During prohibition, " respectable" citizens from the north side of the avenue obtained bootleg liquor on the "disreputable" south side of the street using the tunnels! Designated a National Historic District n 1982, restoration efforts have resulted in a physical and cultural recovery of the area. Fine old brick structures, quaint alleyways, and territorial charm provide the setting for small thriving shops, galleries, and restaurants.Web Address: www.OldColoradoCity.com
  • Royal Gorge Bridge & Park

  • PO Box 549, Department RCanyon City, CO 81215-0549719-275-7507 or 1-800-333-5597Call for DetailsMarvel at the vistas of snow-capped peaks...and the dazzling view of the blue-green river over a thousand feet below. Soar like and eagle...and thrill to and eagle's-eye view of the magnificent canyon aboard our 35-passenger aerial tram as it glides more than 1,200 feet above the Arkansas River. Towering granite walls surround you...as you ride the world's steepest incline railway to the bottom of the Royal gorge. Enjoy fabulous shows, children's attractions, guided nature tours, restaurants, gift shops and, of course, some of the most panoramic vistas in all Colorado. It all adds up to fun...and a day you and your family will never forget! No wonder the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park is Colorado's Premier Scenic Wonder.Web Address: www.royalgorgebridge.com
  • Buckskin Joe Frontier Town & Railway

  • PO Box 1387-BROCanyon City, CO 81215719-275-5485Call for DetailsYour visit to Colorado isn't complete until you've experienced Buckskin Joe's Frontier Town and Railway. Located right on your way to the Royal Gorge Bridge, Buckskin Joe combines fascinating Western history with gorgeous Colorado scenery. It's just plain fun for everyone in your family! Buckskin Joe is also affordable for the whole family. Purchase a Combo Ticket and you can enjoy Frontier Town and take a Scenic Railway ride for one low price. And don't worry that you won't have time to see and do everything Buckskin Joe has to offer. If you enter after 5:00PM, you can come back the next day FREE! Be sure to ask about special discounts for private parties, groups, and schools.Web Address: www.buckskinjoes.com
  • Adventures out West

  • PO Box 38512Colorado Springs, CO 80937719-578-0935 or 1-800-755-0935Call for DetailsBuild of memories of a lifetime is any one of these exciting tours. Sightseeing Van Tours, Whitewater Rafting, Jeep Trips, Mountain Biking, Hikes & Llamas, Horseback Activities, and Balloon Rides!Web Address: http.//advoutwest.com
  • Cripple Creek

  • Cripple Creek, CO1-877-858-GOLDCripple Creek & Victor were built on gold mining-the district earned its reputation as the richest gold mining district. Millions of dollars worth of gold was taken from the Cripple Creek District in the 1890s-making it The World's Greatest Gold Camp!Cripple Creek is bustling again with another gold rush-limited stakes gambling. Gambling was approved in Cripple Creek in 1990, almost exactly 100 years after the first gold strike was made & has brought back the hustle & bustle of the original gold camp. Casinos, large & small, line the main street-offering limited-stakes gambling & Old West style fun. Plenty of old historical places, gold mines, events to take in, Las Vegas style fun, and much more!Email Address: info@cripple-creek.co.us
  • The Midnight Rose Casino

  • 256 E. Bennet Ave. PO Box 976Cripple Creek, CO 808131-800-635-5825Enjoy on of the largest poker pits in town, and play more blackjack tables than anywhere else in Cripple Creek. The Midnight Rose is the hands down favorite for players who know a food game when they see one. Slot Machines, Video Poker, Midnight Rose Gift Shop, Special Events, The Gamblers Buffet and Restaurant, Las Vegas Style Entertainment Banquet Facility.Web Address: www.midnightrose.com
  • J.P. McGills Casino

  • 232 E. Bennet AveCripple Creek, CO 808131-888-461-7529The legend of J.P. McGills goes back to 1896, and though the original establishment no longer stands, its new namesake is considered one of the premier gaming houses in Colorado. Slot Machines, Live Stage Entertainment, McGills Grill, and Progressive Video.
  • The Brass Ass Casino

  • 264 E. Bennet Ave. PO Box 340Cripple Creek, CO 80813719-689-2104You haven?t' played nickel slots until you've played The Brass Ass. We've got the largest selection of nickel slots in Cripple Creek, and to keep things exciting, we pay out double jackpots every hour. Enjoy our casual atmosphere. Bring home a souvenir. Or wet you whistle in The Brass Ass lounge. If it is light entertainment you're looking for, we're the place to be. So come to Cripple Creek.Web Address: www.brassasscasino.com
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