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The Broadmoor Customizes for Events of All Needs and Sizes

Meetings and Events: The property was established in 1918 and sits at the gateway to the Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs


The Broadmoor


Established in 1918 and situated at the gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs, The Broadmoor - and its Wilderness Experience properties - encompass a total of 5,000 acres with a wide variety of event and activity options. The resort’s main campus has 784 rooms and suites, championship golf courses, a Forbes Five-Star spa, 24 unique retail boutiques, and 20 distinctly different and diverse restaurants, cafes and lounges.

The Broadmoor’s 185,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor, flexible meeting space is perfect for groups of 60- 6,500 attendees. The Broadmoor Event Center’s Broadmoor Hall’s 60,000 square-feet of completely customizable area can be divided into six sections.  Perhaps your meeting needs more space? Add the 16,000 square-foot International Center and 14,850 square-foot Colorado Hall.  Additional breakout and boardroom venues are strategically located throughout the property.

Smaller conference? Groups of up to 60 can stay and meet at Cloud Camp where 22 well-appointed lodge rooms and cabins with spectacular 360 degree vistas are complemented by the 1,500 square-foot Overlook meeting space.

(This sponsored content was provided by The Broadmoor.)

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