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|"Very attentive and friendly staff."||(in 124 reviews)|
|"I thought the breakfast was great!"||(in 62 reviews)|
|"Great views of the mountains."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Parking should be free."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"Bed was small and uncomfortable"||(in 12 reviews)|
|""No pool, hot tub, outdoor fire pits didn’t work, and parking is terrible""||(in 6 reviews)|
|staff was very friendly||in 249 reviews|
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|warm and welcoming||in 13 reviews|
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The Cliff House is a gem. I've stayed a couple of times and I'll continue to go back. Oldest operating hotel in the state; it makes me feel even closer to home as a native Coloradoan.
Bar closed earlier than posted and I was very eager to show it off to my companion :/
A lovely and quaint hotel.
Walking into The Cliff House is like stepping back in time. The history runs deep from the ornate woodworking and architectural details to historical photos and memorabilia that line the hallways. You feel transported. The location is perfect to enjoy the beauty of Garden of Gods, Pikes Peak and explore the quaint yet contemporary shops of Manitou Springs. Simple and comfortable bedding in a spacious and luxurious feeling room elevated the Junior Suite stay. Breakfast was darling in the sunlit dining room. The ornamental details continued giving clues to the number of years the space has served as a home away from home for so many. Would love to have the chance to stay at The Cliff House again and definitely recommend it to anyone visiting the area.
Parking is a bit confusing unless you've read or called about it before arrival. Same with the spa tub in the junior suite, be sure to check out the information booklet in the room for instructions prior to getting frustrated by being outsmarted by a tub.
Charming done right
Some older hotels can show their age. The paint may be fresh, but the doors don't fit, windows leak cold air, and plumbing is iffy. Not here. Cliff House is maintained very well, and feels new while keeping its 19th century atmosphere. Staff are very welcoming. The restaurant is exceptional for foodies. Location is ideal, just one block off the main thoroughfare.
Valet parking is strongly suggested, so shuttling luggage is done in the circle drive out front. But this a minor accommodation one would expect at a landmark that stays loyal to its heritage.
Great history in a small tourist driven community. Filled with beautiful antiques and historic info about the hotel and surrounding town.
The hotel staff was polite and courteous, helped us with baggage and let us know to ask if we needed anything at all. The hotel is beautiful, idyllic almost in an area that is generally bustling with activity. The room was spacious and clean and perfect for our first night
Expensive and dated
Location was close to downtown
$19 "service fee." Why does customer service cost extra? No self-parking. Only valet parking is available for an extra charge. Old furnishings; doilies and damask...grandma would love it, we didn't. Unhelpful check-in front desk staff: he couldn't answer questions and, worse, told us to go find out ourselves without offering assistance. I was really surprised at how much he didn't care about helping us. Overall value was very low. Pay extra to stay at Broadmoor or less to stay at a small hotel nearby. This place was the perfect combination of overpriced and low quality.
Clean, comfortable, well maintained hotel near a l
Located in downtown Manitou Springs made it a quick walk for shopping, restaurants, and pubs. The hotel itself was beautifully maintained and the staff could not have been friendlier. The room had a beautiful mountain view and was quite comfortable. Available valet makes your life easier when you are not using your vehicle as parking is quite difficult in the small resort town. Very pleased with our stay there.
Got an unexpected upgraded to one of the turrets - nice! Great location, friendly staff, beautiful room with a great bathroom - shower with body jets, a heated toilet seat, and towel warmer!
The room was large enough for a king size bed which would've been nice. The hall and elevator needed a good vacuuming.
Dated but nice
location staff water
Happy with this historic hotel
Staff was beyond friendly,hotel is quaint...will be coming back. Beautiful hotel,good buffet breakfast...and once again the staff was so great.
Carpet had some stains on it,bed was off the frame. Quick fix by myself on the bed frame...everything else was great in the room. Maybe time for some new carpet :)
Couldn't have asked for more!!!
Absolutely amazing experience. Gorgeous grounds. Friendly staff. Beautiful room. Super short walk to anything & everything. Hated to check out!!!
Manitou Springs, Colorado is a popular place to visit for tourists who love the mountains. There are some striking places to stay here, but one of the most historic and charming is the Cliff House at Pike’s Peak. It is an old Victorian hotel that used to be a historic stagecoach stop. It has 54 rooms that can host guests from all over the world.
The hotel features daily housekeeping, nightly turn-down service, laundry, WiFi, heated toilet seats, bathrobes, flat-screen televisions, king or queen size beds, either a two-person tub or a steam shower, and gas fireplaces. There is dining on-site at the Cliff House Dining Room or the Red Mountain Bar and Grill. Guests will feel that they have all of the comforts of their own home when they stay here. They will be rather impressed with the snug rooms.
When guests of the hotel want to get out and explore the area, they will see that there is so much to do here. They can explore Pike’s Peak, The Manitou Incline, The Garden of the Gods, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, and Cripple Creek. There is also skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing nearby.
It is important to book a room well in advance when wanting to stay here. There are busier times than others, and the staff can let travelers know when those times are. The staff can help travelers to determine if they want to stay during the off-season or the busy season.
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Cliff House at Pikes Peak is located at 306 Canon Avenue in West Colorado Springs, 0 km from the centre of Manitou Springs. Miramont Castle is the closest landmark to Cliff House at Pikes Peak.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Cliff House at Pikes Peak.
Yes, Cliff House at Pikes Peak offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Cliff House at Pikes Peak does not offer free parking.
No, Cliff House at Pikes Peak does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Cliff House at Pikes Peak is 19.7 km from Colorado Springs. Cliff House at Pikes Peak is 73.2 km from Pueblo Memorial.
No, Cliff House at Pikes Peak does not have a pool on-site.