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Sundance Mountain Lodge
A Rustic Retreat on the Front Range
76% recommendedin LivingSocial customer ratings
• A One-Night Stay for Two in a Klassy King, Any Day of the Week ($59)
• Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two in a Klassy King, Sundays through Thursdays ($99)
• $20 On-Site Dining Credit
Though just a short drive from Colorado's two largest cities, the town of Monument delivers a distinctly small-town vibe reminiscent of more rural Rocky Mountain environs. After all, the town sits at about 7,000 feet above sea level and borders Pike National Forest, home of the iconic Pikes Peak.
Here, just 20 miles north of Colorado Springs and 50 miles south of Denver, the retro Sundance Mountain Lodge has been transformed into an eco-friendly Front Range getaway that features five acres of picturesque log bridges and gushing waterfalls. Pass under the log entrance and into this 85-room hotel, which is appointed with a grand stone fireplace in the lobby along with a cafe and bistro and a large conference center. Each Klassy King room is equipped with a balcony and features Colorado artwork on the walls, cable TV, wireless Internet, and rustic log accents.
Once situated, head south to explore the Garden of the Gods. Or, pop into cross-country skis or snowshoes and travel north to Palmer Lake on the Santa Fe Regional Trail. Afterward, treat yourself to a deep-tissue massage at a nearby spa. After your blissful body indulgence, quell any hunger pangs at Oakley's Cafe & Bistro. Order comfort food favorites like chicken quesadillas, bleu cheese fries, or spinach artichoke dip, and sink into one of the restaurant's couches with a board game.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON September 25, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON March 31, 2013