Quality Inn & Suites, Garden Of The Gods
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn & Suites, Garden Of The Gods Colorado Springs
Stayed here for one night as a stop before we went on the cog railway the next morning.the hotel was well presented, and the staff were all lovely and willing to help with whatever we needed. The hallways smelt a little smoky, which considering we were in non smoking rooms was a little odd, but once in the room the smell wasn't quite as bad. Breakfast was really good, with cereals, bacon, eggs bagles etc. the hotel is also only 25 mins drive to the cog railway, and situated right next to I-25.
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