Apollo Park Executive Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApollo Park Executive Suites Colorado Springs
This place isn't an idyllic Colorado vacation rental but it's extremely affordable and was comfortable and clean. It appears to be an old apartment complex. There was a kitchen with basic cooking tools which was convenient. The neighborhood looks like it could be a little sketchy but we took the dog on long walks every night after dark and never felt uncomfortable or unsafe.
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... the zombies at Universal Studio's Halloween Horror Nights!
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