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Airport Value Inn & Suites Star Rating 2        
6875 Space Village Avenue

This simple budget hotel is 8 miles from Colorado Springs Airport, 5 miles from the United States Olympic Training Center and 4 miles from the National Museum of World War II Aviation.Accessed via exterior corridors, the functional rooms have free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus desks, minifridges, coffeemakers and microwaves. Airy 1- and 2-bedroom suites offer sofabeds and kitchenettes.
Hyatt Place Colorado Springs/Garden Star Rating 3        
503 West Garden of the Gods Road

Set 4.7 miles from the striking natural landscape of the Garden of the Gods, this understated hotel is a 5-mile drive from downtown Colorado Springs.Simple rooms feature free WiFi, minifridges, coffeemakers and 42-inch flat-screen TVs.
MCM Elegante Suites Colorado Springs Star Rating 2.5        
6450 North Academy Boulevard

This 3-story, all-suite hotel is 3 miles from the United States Air Force Academy and 9 miles from downtown Colorado Springs.The modest suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, separate sitting areas and kitchens.Freebies include breakfast, parking and laundry facilities.
Cheyenne Canon Inn Colorado Springs Star Rating 4        
2030 W. Cheyenne Boulvard

Monthly stay option providing antiques-filled rooms in a serene Mission-style home from 1921...
Cheyenne Mountain Resort Star Rating 4        
3225 Broadmoor Valley Road

This upscale, wood beam-and-stone resort in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains is 9.8 miles from Colorado Springs Airport and 32.3 miles from Pikes Peak.
Clarion Hotel Downtown Colorado Springs Star Rating 3        
314 West Bijou St.

Set 1.5 miles from Colorado College, this straightforward hotel and conference center is also 2.4 miles from Memorial Park and 12 miles from Colorado Springs Airport.
Comfort Suites Colorado Springs Star Rating 3        
1055 Kelly Johnson Blvd.

This casual all-suite hotel off I-25 is 1 mile from the United States Air Force Academy, 4 miles from the ProRodeo Hall of Fame and 7 miles from hiking at Palmer Park.The subdued studio-style suites come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and microwaves, as well as minifridges, coffeemakers and pull-out couches. Upgraded suites add separate living areas.
Crestwood Suites Colorado Springs Star Rating 2        
6210 Corporate Drive

Off Interstate 25, this all-suite mountain hotel is less than a mile from the ProRodeo Hall of Fame and 6 miles from Garden of the Gods sandstone formations and visitor center.Down-to-earth suites with mountain views offer sitting areas, free Wi-Fi and cable TV, plus kitchens with dining tables. Upgraded suites add extra bedrooms.
Crossland - Colorado Springs Star Rating 2        
3490 Afternoon Cir.

This straightforward extended-stay hotel off US-24 is 6 miles from Colorado Springs Airport and 4 miles from swimming and boating at Memorial Park.The no-nonsense studios come with free Wi-Fi, cable TV and desks. They also include kitchenettes.
Days Inn Garden Of The Gods Star Rating 2        
4610 Rusina Rd I 25 Exit 146

Off Interstate 25, this straightforward hotel is 5.2 miles from Garden of the Gods nature center and 10.4 miles from Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.
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Colorado Springs, situated at the heart of the state of Colorado, is a popular destination for tourists in search of scenic landscapes, cultural attractions and a generally easy-going pace to their vacation. Somewhere in the vicinity of two million visitors arrive in Colorado Springs every year, making it the second most visited destination in the state. Only Denver welcomes more people. Colorado Springs Airport (COS) offers a limited number of connections to U.S. cities, including Seattle, Salt Lake City, Chicago, Los Angeles and Denver. Meanwhile, Denver International Airport (DEN) - located about 70 miles away - serves up connections across the country and internationally. Motorists heading to the city should make a beeline for I-25 (north to south) or I-70 (east to west), both of which meet at Colorado Springs.

Having a vehicle will prove useful if you're looking to see the region's epic landscapes, so air passengers may wish to arrange car rental. Tourists visiting Colorado Springs inevitably make the journey out to Pikes Peak and the Garden of the Gods. Both destinations serve up truly remarkable scenery that's best taken in on foot. Hiking trails, which double as mountain bike trails, offer passage through the most accessible parts of the region, with easy walking trails available for those less confident in the hiking abilities. Cheyenne Mountain State Park is another popular destination as is South Cheyenne Creek. The former houses a "secret" nuclear bunker from the Cold War amidst its beautiful landscapes, while the latter features the Seven Falls, a collection of seven beautiful waterfalls.

The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo can also be found in the state park. Visitors can expect to see giraffes, moose, bears, lions and elephants amongst the exhibits at America's only mountainside zoo. Back in the city, attractions popular with tourists include the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum and the Western Museum of Mining and Industry, both of which offer a chance to delve back into the region's history. Speaking of delving into history, Old Colorado City - once the region's major settlement - offers visitors the chance to relive the Old West.

Manitou Springs - which is not technically part of Colorado Springs - has defied the changes of time to retain a hippy-esque feel to it. Visitors making their way to the neighborhood can expect plenty of galleries, boutiques and cafes. Other attractions in the region include the U.S. Air Force Academy and the United States Olympic Training Center. Colorado Springs' true appeal though is its surrounding landscapes. Whether you're heading out by car, jeep, bike or bus, make sure you take the time to really soak in the grandness of what lays in front of you. Tourist season in Colorado Springs generally stretches from March to November, with the busiest period falling between June and August. As you might expect, hotel prices take a hike during these busy months, meaning travelers looking to grab a bargain should try earlier or later in the year. Some tourists opt to visit the city in the winter, although out of town ski resorts are generally preferred as accommodation options. Some hotels in the city close for the winter.