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We grab some hotel breakfast and decide to head to the Manitou Cliff Dwellings. We had hoped to visit Mesa Verde National Park in southern Colorado but due to the changes in our schedule when the parks were closed we had to skip the area. We were very excited ...
... 24.99 each vehicle waiving the $50 per car activation fee we did not even know existed. Wow what a difference in packages. $199 for a one year subscription plus $50 activation for the RV or a 6 month subscriptions for both vehicles for about $50. 6 months puts us exactly at the Alaska trip where we leave our vehicles for a few weeks. Sometimes things do work out just perfectly.
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... there: barber shop, bank, mail boxes, and BX. At the Visitor Center, they had an exhibit of the dorm rooms and it’s just about what you’d expect: 2 twin beds with drawers below, two desk and 2 chairs.
Part of our tour included the Cadet Chapel. The largest was the Protestant Chapel at the upper level. The design incorporates aeronautical concepts and religious elements, such as the 17 spires along the roof, which ...
... to come in contact with. I think that has a real value. In Animal Kingdom there is a saying "what you see with your eyes, you value with your heart". I wholeheartedly believe this to be true. I would also like to say that I appreciate fully the amazing opportunity I have to see Disney’s Animal Kingdom and to be lucky enough to have experienced the proper way to “zoo” if you will. I also very much respect the efforts of Sea World and ...
... crazy crowds for a parking spot and waiting 45 minutes in line for fast food, we mustered the energy to explore. We seemed to go into a lot of stores for Brendan and Sue, but Karyn was the only one who seemed to buy anything! (including finishing up buying some Christmas presents)
We backed out of Brendan's homemade pasta in favor of some Maggiano's. A great ending and celebration of a wonderful visit.
Historical Traveler Reviews SilverWood Hotel & Conference Center Colorado Springs
My wife and I stayed for 5 nights at the Silverwood Hotel during our pack-out and subsequent move from Colorado Springs. We knew the managing partner from previous stays at a hotel he had managed a few years ago and were quite curious about his new project.
We would stay here again! The hotel has recently been remodeled and has great beds. The bathrooms still need a little work to get them looking newer. The made to order breakfast was great! This was a great deal. The parking lot was a little hard to get in and out of to the main street.
We had a really nice stay at this hotel. The beds were very comfortable and they had tons of pillows. We got a palor room for our extended family to hang out in and it was awesome! Pool was great too.
The best thing about this hotel is the made to order breakfast made for guest daily. They make excellent omelets, pancakes, and other special requests. They are also in an excellent location near restaurants and the interstate. Lots of bunnies to see on the property...
Great Hotel (Would stay again)
We were pleased with accomadations, staff, service, free full breakfast and attitude of employees. We stayed from 8 Jun - 12 Jun 2006 and highly recommend this Hotel. (Note: Last year's reviews do not reflect the improved conditions after new management has taken effective control.)
Tropic lightning Reunion
We check into the hotel on the 24th of May and I cannot say enought about the service we recieved from the Hotel Staff. We had over 20 Rooms and everone had a wonder Time. The Staff know how to take care of its Guests. The Management was great and the Resturant was fantastic as was the Bar. We also had a Sunday Evinging Banquet the meal was Exquisite. The Breakfast was fantastic one monring even the owner prepared the Breakfast for our Group. I Would highly recommend thes hotel for a Groop meating or a extended stay. We Checked out on the 30th of May it was a wonderful Time.
Very nice hotel
Even though the earlier posts say that the hotel is in need of renovations and/or dirty, we just stayed there in May 2006 and I can say with certainty that the renovations have been completed. Our room had new carpet, new paint and new wallpaper. The room had a nice clean smell and feel to it. The breakfast (that is included) was very nice. You go tell the chef what you want, and he prepares it in just a few minutes. They also have a "cold" bar with fruit, juices, yogurt and dainishes as well as hot and cold cereals. The nightly manager's reception (also included) was also very nice. Beer and wine are free from 5:30 to 7:30 nightly. Hotel was just off Interstate 25, but there was no highway noise like in other hotels. I would HIGHLY recomment this hotel. Good value!
Enjoyed the stay
We enjoyed our stay in this hotel. It's true that the fittings were ageing but the hotel was undergoing renovation during our stay. Despite this the place was clean and tidy, the staff were very polite and helpful and the free breakfast was excellent.
The location was fairly quiet and convenient for local attractions, the rooms were large and we had no problems with hot water!
We would no hesitation in recommending this hotel to anyone.