How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Dillon Motel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Dillon Motel Manitou Springs
Travel Blogs from Manitou Springs
... sign for the summit. We walked to the side where there was a memorial to Katharine Lee Bates who wrote the words for America the Beautiful after having visited Pike's Peak. We checked out the gift shop and Larry bought six donuts for us to eat on the way back down. We had only 55 minutes at the top. Before long it was time to get back on the Railroad and head down. We had ascended at an average of 10 MPH, but the descent was a top ...
... a half hour from the Dillon.
This place is simply stunning. I wish we had had more time to really explore the "off the main" road trails. The day was hot, upper '90s, and with the change in altitude, we didn't want to stretch our luck by attempting to hike too far from the car. We drove the entire loop once, then came back around - stopping to take pictures at various designated spots.
... and with note of unmistakable finality: "They are too expensive. You can share or you can do without." Little boy: ceases wailing.
On the way down, the tour guide patter ceases (he told us all the good stuff on the way up), so people take to chatting with whoever is sitting opposite them. We're crammed into assigned seats like sardines, so we might as well be friendly. MIN was sitting next to a man from ...
This was another one of our stops on the way to Wyoming. Manitou Springs, CO to see the Garden of the Gods. I had seen this gem 14 years ago or so when my husband and I went out to see my sister Donna's new baby. Donna was serving in the army at the time. What ...
... but it continued to climb and the snow continued to fall; faster, and heavier. We were driving through a white sheet. The lights of the car in front disappeared into a white sheet. The tracks on the road in front of us vanished into a white sheet. The road in front of us vanished into a white sheet. All there was was white. Unforgiveably I said, "I think I am frightened now". Gary said "thanks for that, it makes me feel so much ...