Colorado Golf Meeting Destinations
The perfect mixture of business and pleasure on courses throughout the state
Want to figure out how to work golf into your corporate meeting or event? These properties can help.
BROADMOOR (Colorado Springs)
784 guest units. 20 dining and lounge options. 185,000 square feet of flexible function areas. Spa. Three 18-hole golf courses. Hosting the 2018 U.S. Senior Open.
CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN RESORT (Colorado Springs)
316 guest units. Three dining options. 40,000 square feet of event space. Spa. Championship 18 designed by Pete Dye.
(LODGE AT) FLYING HORSE (Colorado Springs)
44 guest units. Casual and fine dining options. 10,000 square feet of event space. Spa. Championship 18 designed by Tom Weiskopf. (Lodge to double in size with second golf course opening in 2019.)
GARDEN OF THE GODS (Colorado Springs)
56 guest units. Casual and fine dining options. 10,000 square feet of event space. Spa. Access to 27-hole Kissing Camels Golf Course.
(HILTON DENVER) INVERNESS (Englewood)
302 guest units. Five dining options. 60,000 square feet of event space. Spa. On-property 18-hole championship course.
KEYSTONE RESORT (Summit County)
Operated by Vail Resorts, lodgings range from full-service hotels to condos. Many dining options. Meeting and event spaces top out at the Convention Center’s 65,000 square feet. Spa. Access to two championship golf courses, the River and the Ranch.
(OMNI) INTERLOCKEN (Broomfield)
390 guest units. Five dining options. 40,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Spa. Access to three regulation nines designed by Graham & Panks.
RED SKY GOLF CLUB (Vail)
With both a Tom Fazio and a Greg Norman design, Red Sky has been named to Golf Digest’s list of top golf resorts. It is accessible to guests at Vail Resorts' five properties ranging from the 25-room Austria Haus to 334-room Vail Marriott Mountain Resort.
127 guest units. Four restaurants. 4,821 square feet of meeting and event space. Spa. Access to 7,100-yard championship golf course.