Antlers Hilton Colorado Springs

4 South Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80903, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4 South Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, is near Challenge Unlimited, Phantom Canyon Brewing Co, Judge Baldwin's Brewing Company, and Star Bar Players.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAntlers Hilton Colorado Springs

    Reviewed by timdeenausa2013

    Great Locale In The Downtown Area

    Reviewed Aug 6, 2013
    by (2 reviews) Manheim, Pennsylvania , United States Flag of United States

    Perfect for wanting to experience all of the downtown area.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Antlers Hilton Colorado Springs

    Not bad...

    from

    Hilton seems to have slightly upgraded this hotel since it was part of the Adams Mark chain a couple of years ago (excellent beds being one result), and the responsiveness and professionalism of the staff are conspicuous. As I stayed there in June 2006, they were continuing to make little upgrades (such as replacing plastic trays holding toiletries in the bathrooms with sterling silver trays). The principal problem is an older physical plant that cosmetic changes can't fix. The combination of old a/c-heating units and the dry Colorado air can leave you feeling like a dried-up old shoe in the morning. I suggested that they furnish humidiers on request, and the front desk agreed that that was a good idea, and they had a few, but it didn't seem like a management priority. Other minor aesthetic problems -- the heavy dark roadside steakhouse atmosphere of the restaurant, for example -- and stocking only a few copies of serious newspapers in the gift shop, show that this hotel is not quite able to deliver a consistently enjoyable experience to business travelers. One other complaint, which applies to Marriott generally: Putting credit-card swiping contraptions on your business-center computers, and charging astronomical rates for computer time, undercut the chain's claim to being business-friendly. PC use in the business centers of other rate-comparable hotels is often free.

    Never again

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    This hotel is in need of renovations. The bathrooms are small -- and were not very clean. The room layout was terrible. There was no way to put to fit the desk chair between the desk and the bed. In fact, when I arrived, the desk chair was on the opposite side of the room, just sitting awkwardly in the open. AC was also pretty ineffective in my room. On the plus side, there is some fun stuff within walking distance.

    Love Antlers Hilton

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    My husband and I love the Antlers Hilton in Colorado Springs. We fly in from Dallas at least twice a year

    for a long weekend of dancing, dining and shopping.

    The Staff at the Antlers Hilton are always overly

    helpful. They even have a driver you can hire if you don't want a rent car or take a taxi places.

    The rooms are so comfortable you don't want to leave them! And the appletini's in the bar are to die for.

    Needless to say we are at this moment making reservations once again. We prefer this hotel even to The Broadmoor and that is saying alot.

    Nice, expensive, moderate rooms

    from

    The hotel is quite nice with an updated mountain feel to it. My room was not huge, but comfortable. The underground parking was $10/night, which I thought was kind of expensive for Colorado Springs. It is within walking distance of downtown areas and freeway close. I liked the pool and health facilities, which seem like they were added on somewhat recently.

    Excellent Hotel!

    from

    As far as I can tell, there are two nice hotels to stay at if you are visiting the Colorado Springs area: The Broadmoor or Antlers Hilton.

    We wanted to stay at The Broadmoor, but it was booked solid. So, after doing some research we decided on the Antlers Hilton. Other than the Broadmoor, it was the only hotel in the area that offered room service, and had a nice onsite restaurant.

    Although the rooms are probably above average, at best, I have to say the location of the hotel, service and onsite restaurant/room service more than establish Antlers as a great place if you are staying in Colorado Springs. We found that we could get to nearly any major local attraction within minutes - from Manitou Springs to Seven Falls to whatever....

    We will stay again if we return to the area!

    Elegant and Comfortable

    from

    My husband and I stayed one night at this hotel during the MS-150 road bike event this summer. We were thrilled with the elegance of the hotel, and wished we had more time to relax and enjoy it. The bed was incredibly comfortable, made it hard to get up at 5 AM the next morning! The hot tub and pool were wonderful. The only thing that surprised us was the small size of the bathroom - that is what gave it away as an older hotel. There was live music in the lobby that evening, and nice historic photographs in the rooms.

    Loved the Antler's Hilton

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    We stayed at the Antler's Hilton for six nights in June, 2005. We were there with several members of our family and we all agree that it is a great place to stay. The people that clean the rooms were excellent. We never saw the

    person because we were sightseeing every day but when we returned to

    our room in the late afternoon, it was neat and clean. We enjoyed everything about staying there.

    Very nicely remodeled

    from

    Just finished a three night stay at Antlers Hilton. They are on the tail end of a large remodel of this older building. The room was large (although the bathroom was kind of smallish--but that's not something they can change too easily). I was given a corner room, and the windows were large and wrapped around both sides of the room with wide window sills.

    There was a brand new leather chair, very comfortable, with a footstool. As I like to read my book, I was in heaven. The bedding was new and the pillows were large, plentiful and fluffy. There was even turn down service with chocolates.

    Breakfast in the dining room was good, no problems with service. I had dinner one night in the lounge as the newly remodeled restaurant wasn't quite opened for dinner. The bartender said that menu was going to be out of this world. Had a sandwich at Judge Baldwins (their casual brew pub). Very good sandwich and excellent fries.

    Really can't complain except for the smallish bathroom. The location was excellent for hopping onto the freeway to get to attractions I wanted to see.

    Nice enough

    from

    Arrived in town on business without a reservation and was able to get a solid rate. The hotel is very picturesque from the outside, and has a very nice lobby and public spaces. Rooms were big but the furnishings, TV, bathroom were only so-so - surprising given the rest of the hotel.

    But the town itself is adorable, with some good reasonable restaurants.

    Perfect!

    from

    Great Hotel! Product and service at the Broadmoor level without the price!The conference I attended went perfect, excellent food, great service and an attentive and concerned staff. Front desk the most well run and courteous I have ever encountered.I will definetly stay again when business or personal travel takes me to Colorado Springs.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Antlers Hilton Colorado Springs

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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