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n June 29, 2018, The Broadmoor will officially turn 100 years old. An occasion this momentous is too big to limit to one weekend, however. We’re celebrating all year long with themed events, activities and special packages.

January ~ The Early Years: Destined for Greatness February ~ Julie and Spencer Penrose’s Love Story March ~ Rocky Mountain Wellness: Spa and Wellness from the Beginning to Today April ~ A Family Destination Throughout the Years May ~ The Broadmoor: Gateway to the American West June ~ A Destination Realized: The Grande Dame Opens

July ~ Celebrating 100 Years of Golf Excellence August ~ Designing The Broadmoor Gardens September ~ The Season of Authentic Colorado Adventure October ~ Season of Harvest November ~ Holidays at The Broadmoor December ~ The Next Chapter: The Centennial and Beyond

B ROA DM OO R CEN T EN N I A L CEL EB R AT I O N PACK AGE Available through December 31, 2018 INCLUDES: • Classic accommodations per night (upgrade options available) • “The Broadmoor Story” pictorial history book • Sparkling wine and candy nut tin at turndown on the first night of the package • $60 breakfast credit per night of the package • Suites available at 25% off of published rates Package prices starting at $190 per person, per night, based on double occupancy.

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T H E B ROA DM OO R G A L A W EEK EN D June 1–3

On June 1, 1918, exactly four weeks before The Broadmoor’s official unveiling on June 29, Spencer and Julie Penrose opened the doors to 200 of their closest friends for a preview. The party included presidents, politicians and notables from around the country. Now, join us on the same date a century later and relive the excitement that the first guests experienced when they walked through the doors and welcomed a new age in hospitality. The weekend-long Gala celebration includes a Prohibition Era Cocktail Party on Friday evening, followed by an afterparty Cabaret with live entertainment featuring Tracksuit Wedding. On Saturday, join us for an open house at Mr. and Mrs. Penrose’s home, special history tours and lectures. A grand reception and Gala Dinner follows that evening, with entertainment by the Wayne Foster Show Band. For details, visit Broadmoor.com/ centennial/centennial-gala

SPR I NG I N TO SUM M ER Plan now for these special events and occasions.

WEEKEND OF JAZZ

APRIL 12–14

Join award-winning guitarist Earl Klugh and friends for the 15th Annual Weekend of Jazz at The Broadmoor.

BARBECUE UNIVERSITY®

MAY 27–29

A three-day grilling intensive hosted by author Steven Raichlen.

MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

MAY 25–28

Special three- and fournight packages are available for this full weekend of activities and events.

AMY GRANT & VINCE GILL

10TH ANNUAL RALLY FOR THE CURE JUNE 8–10

This year pickleball takes center stage as we open our new threecourt pickleball facility during this annual fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen foundation.

THE 96TH RUNNING OF THE BROADMOOR PIKES PEAK INTERNATIONAL HILL CLIMB

JUNE 24

Competitors vie to be king of the mountain in America’s second-oldest motorsports event after the Indy 500.

NASHVILLE COMES TO THE BROADMOOR

JUNE 25

A star-studded evening of music with Vince Gill, Amy Grant and friends to benefit Challenge America and our military community. nashville2broadmoor.org

2018 U.S. SENIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP JUNE 28–JULY 1

The PGA’s top senior players compete on The Broadmoor’s East Course.

FOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND

JULY 1–6

Fireworks, family events and fun highlight this epic Independence Day celebration.

WOOD RACQUET CHARITY CLASSIC

JULY 28

Wear your Wimbledon whites and dust off that wooden racquet for an afternoon of good oldfashioned tennis, followed by a casual cocktail party and awards. Wood racquets will be available for rent. Call 855-933-7016 or visit Broadmoor.com for information. Lear n more at Broa dmoor.com

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WHAT’S NEW

REFRESHED, RENEWED, REIMAGINED Exciting new dining options, shops, amenities and more are waiting for you at The Broadmoor.

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Modern amenities, classic comfort

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he rooms and suites in the historic Broadmoor Main are sporting a new look and color palette to complement those of Broadmoor West. While light and airy, the historic feel of the original building has not been lost, just made more warm and welcoming. The lobby of Main, while maintaining all the familiar historic aspects, is now more spacious. The grand staircase to the mezzanine level now floats ethereally upward, unencumbered by surrounding walls. Just past it is a lobby space with comfortable chairs, sofas and two new fireplaces. The space that once housed Cheyenne Gourmet has taken

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on the look and feel reminiscent of the finest classic Parisian pâtisseries. Honoring Mrs. Penrose and her love of entertaining friends, we have returned to the name Café Julie’s. This is a breathtaking gathering place featuring signature coffee and espresso, as well as exclusive handmade chocolates from the new chocolate kitchen within the café. Artisan breads, specialty pastries, salads and other delights are available to take out or enjoy at banquettes and tables both inside and outdoors in a special courtyard area on the retail plaza overlooking the cascading waterfall and fountain. Evenings, Café Julie’s offers a selection of wines and The Broadmoor’s exclusive Prospector’s Pick Kolsch beer. La Taverne returns to a more traditional steakhouse with an inviting entry and waiting area. Lake Terrace Dining Room sports new and exciting presentations for weekday buffet breakfast and our award-winning Sunday Brunch.


T H E B ROA DM OO R R E TA I L PL A Z A A curated collection of fine shopping options

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everal new shops now grace The Broadmoor Retail Plaza between Broadmoor Main and South Tower. Reminiscent of a piazza in Italy – shaded, tree-lined and welcoming – guests find not only favorite shops like Great Republic, Rutledge’s Men’s Shop, Base Camp and The Cosmetic Shop, but an exquisite new space for The Broadmoor Jewelry Company, as well as a spacious store exclusively featuring Peter Millar clothing. The Centennial Shop not only is home for tickets and merchandise for the 2018 U.S. Senior Open, but also where gifts can be found to celebrate our Centennial, including our new “The Broadmoor Story” pictorial history book. Within Café Julie’s, guests will find Broadmoor-branded products created by our culinary team. The Golf Shop has a new look and feel, making it easier to find everything you need for your playing pleasure, including Callaway Rogue clubs that feature state-of-the-art technology, both for rent and for sale.

THE BROADMOOR JEWELRY COMPANY

THE B ROA DM OO R GO L F CLU B The next chapter in a storied tradition

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The Original Ross Course Donald Ross designed the first Broadmoor golf course in 1917. Born in Dornoch, Scotland in 1872, Ross began his golf career as a player, winning three North and South Opens (1903, 1905, 1906), two Massachusetts Opens (1905, 1911) and finishing fifth in the 1903 United States Open. As his fame grew, Ross began to incorporate what he learned as a player into course design, where he became noted for the naturalness of his course layouts.

he look and feel of the Golf Club now celebrates the 100-year legacy of the tournaments and golfing greats that shaped the history of our storied courses. The entryway welcomes guests and members in exquisite style. The hallways are lined with displays and cases that tell the story of how golf came to be, from course designers Donald Ross and Robert Trent Jones Sr. to the legendary golfers who called The Broadmoor home. Learn about the history of the soon-to-be eight USGA Championships that have called the East Course home, the men’s and women’s Broadmoor Invitation events, the Walker Cup, and NCAA Championships that introduced shining stars like Jack Nicklaus and Annika Sorenstam, to name just two in a galaxy of famous names who challenged and won championships on our courses. Even the dining experience is new as we introduce The Grille. Expanded and reimagined, this is where some of The Broadmoor’s classic dining favorites now reside in a space that inspires not only with its design, but with an impressive and expansive new bar. Besides the cuisine, the highlight of The Grille is the unobstructed view of the mountains, both from within the restaurant as well as from the outdoor seating on the patio on warm Colorado days and comfortable summer evenings. On July 4, 1918, the first significant golf match was held featuring Long Jim Barnes, The Broadmoor’s first Golf Professional, teamed with Chick Evans, the Amateur and Open champion. They were paired against Jock Hutchinson and Warren Wood, two top pros of the day. All admission receipts and golf equipment sales, plus $10,000 added by Mr. Penrose, went to the Red Cross drive.

As shown in the photo below of Jock Hutchinson playing in the 1924 Broadmoor Invitation, the conditions on and around the golf course were not always ideal. It’s understandable, as some original parts of the land where the golf courses were built were actually cow pastures. Additionally, modern irrigation technology was not available, making natural rainfall very important in course conditioning.

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GIFT IDEAS

THE BROADMOOR STORY

GI V E T H E GI F T OF T H E BROA DM OOR

Treat yourself or someone special during this year of celebration. A Broadmoor Gift Card makes the perfect gift for Father’s Day, to say thank you or congratulations, or just because. It’s a perfect fit every time, including for: • SHOPPING AT OUR 24 RETAIL STORES • THE BROADMOOR CENTENNIAL SHOP • THE BROADMOOR SPA

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• BROADMOOR WILDERNESS PROPERTIES • A CUSTOMIZED CALLAWAY CLUB FITTING

The Broadmoor was born in 1891 as a casino and transformed into a luxury resort in 1918. Over the past century, The Broadmoor has grown to become one of the world’s foremost destination resorts that, while very much in keeping with founder Spencer Penrose’s original vision, would surely have exceeded his wildest expectations. Learn the whole Broadmoor story and many fascinating tales in a hardcover pictorial history book, “The Broadmoor Story,” created in celebration of the resort’s Centennial. Now available online in the e-store as well as in the Centennial Shop. It is also included with The Centennial Celebration room package. Call 855-933-7016 or visit Broadmoor.com for information.


DINING

MAX ROBBINS

GARETH TOOTELL

REFINED TASTES Penrose Room, Colorado’s top dining destination, welcomes a talented new team.

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he Broadmoor is pleased to welcome Chef de Cuisine Max Robbins to Penrose Room, Colorado’s only Five Star, Five Diamond dining destination. Max joins The Broadmoor from Thomas Keller’s legendary French Laundry. Max was raised in an accomplished culinary family and knew he was destined to become a chef from a young age. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, he served as house charcuterie chef and butcher at Thomas Keller’s Per Se in New York City before heading west for the French Laundry, where he worked his way through the kitchen to become Sous Chef.

Now, as Chef de Cuisine of Penrose Room, Max brings a wealth of experience and creative ideas to The Broadmoor’s premier restaurant. General Manager Gareth Tootell also joins The Broadmoor from The French Laundry, where he was the sommelier. Gareth worked in several of New York’s top restaurants, including The Peacock and Boulud Sud NYC. Gareth has a great love of restaurants and for providing an exceptional experience for guests. Call 855-933-7016 or visit Broadmoor.com for dining reservations.

“It is not their past that defines them, but instead what they will collectively bring to Penrose Room and how they will raise the experience for our guests.” — JOHN JOHNSTONE, VICE PRESIDENT OF FOOD & BEVERAGE Lear n more at Broa dmoor.com

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WEEKEND OF JAZZ

VANESSA WILLIAMS

EARL KLUGH

BOB JAMES LINDSEY WEBSTER

PETER WHITE

AL TURNER

April 12–14, 2018

Join Earl Klugh and The Broadmoor for an unforgettable weekend featuring: Multiple Grammy®-Award, Emmy-Award and Tony-Award nominee and New York Times bestseller VANESSA WILLIAMS; with over 58 albums and innumerable awards Grammy®-Winning BOB JAMES; WEST COAST JAM featuring tenor saxophonist RICHARD ELLIOT, chart topping trumpeter RICK BRAUN and GRAMMY®-winning guitarist NORMAN BROWN; in a career spanning nearly four decades guitarist PETER WHITE; one of the fastest emerging contemporary jazz artists in recent history, multiinstrumentalist VINCENT INGALA; bass guitarist impresario AL “THE BURNER” TURNER; Soul R&B singer LINDSEY WEBSTER; and your Grammy®-Winning host EARL KLUGH and more. the Broa dmoor Bona nza | Spring/Summer 2018

T H E B ROA DM OO R WO R L D A R EN A

The Broadmoor World Arena and Pikes Peak Center feature a year-round lineup of top events and shows. INCLUDING:

VINCENT INGALA

E A R L K LUGH’S 15T H A N NUA L WEEK EN D OF JA Z Z AT T H E B ROA DM OOR

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WEST COAST JAM

2-N IG H T PACK AG E INCLUDES: • Classic accommodations for Friday and Saturday • Tickets to all Friday and Saturday night’s Weekend of Jazz performances for each person on the package • VIP Artist Experience • Exclusive sign-up for Weekend of Jazz experiences • 20% discount on golf green fees (excluding cart rental) • A treatment enhancement with a purchase of $100 or greater spa service • 25% discount off published suite rates 3-nght packages are sold out. Visit Broadmoor.com for information.

Artists subject to change without notice.

April 18 • Brian Wilson Greatest Hits Live (Pikes Peak Center)

April 19 • Lewis Black: The Joke’s On Us Tour (Pikes Peak Center) April 21• Abundance (Pikes Peak Center) April 27–29 • Monster Jam

May 23 • Celtic Women Homecoming Tour (Pikes Peak Center) May 27 • Bill Maher (Pikes Peak Center) June 19 • Buddy Guy (Pikes Peak Center) July 11 • Easton Corbin (Pikes Peak Center) August 8 • Alice Cooper (Pikes Peak Center) August 10 • Tim Allen (Pikes Peak Center) Visit Broadmoorworldarena.com for tickets and event information.


ACTIVITIES

A DV EN T UR E CEN T R A L Broadmoor Outfitters, our on-site partner in adventure, offers a variety of exciting guided activities throughout the season. Ideal for both groups and individuals, these unique experiences are a great way to enjoy the Colorado landscape while making memories you won’t soon forget. Private excursions are also available.

ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: • FALCONRY

• FAT-TIRE MOUNTAIN BIKING • GUIDED HIKES

• GUIDED ROCK-CLIMBING INSTRUCTION • WILD WEST EXPERIENCE • LASER TAG

• GEOCACHING

E X PLO R E CO LO R A DO’S GR A N DEST M I L E

• GROUP CHALLENGES AND MORE!

Just a short walk or shuttle ride from The Broadmoor, Seven Falls and Cheyenne Canyon are stunning natural attractions that offer relaxation and recreation amid incomparable beauty. Before or after your visit to Seven Falls, stop in for a bite at Restaurant 1858, our Colorado gold-rush themed dining option located at the base of the falls. Call 866-991-4671 or visit SevenFalls.com for reservations.

FALCONRY

ENJOY A N EPI C A DR EN A L I N E RUSH The Broadmoor Soaring Adventure, one of the top five zip line courses in the world, offers a thrilling experience as guests safely soar high above rocky outcroppings and forested canyons on zip lines ranging in distance from 250 to 1,800 feet, with some moderate hiking. Tours include up to eight participants with two professional guides. The Woods course features five zip lines, while The Fins course also has five zip lines and includes two 200-foot suspension-bridge crossings and a thrilling 180-foot controlled rappel at the end. Try the combined fourhour adventure for the ultimate Soaring experience! Open year-round, weather permitting. Call 844-235-4140 or visit SevenFalls.com/ Broadmoor-soaring-adventure for reservations. Lear n more at Broa dmoor.com

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U.S. SEN I O R O PEN PACK AGES

GOLF

5-, 6- and 7-night packages are available June 25–July 1 INCLUDES: • Classic accommodations per night (upgrade options available) • Daily Senior Open tickets • Suites available at 25% off published rates

FI V E-STA R GO L F PACK AG E Available May 1–October 31 DAVIS LOVE III

A FRO N T-ROW SE AT TO

GOLF’S GREATEST SENIOR EVENT Don’t miss a moment when the 2018 U.S. Senior Open is contested at The Broadmoor June 28–July 1.

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olf luminaries such as Davis Love III, Fred Couples, Tom Watson and John Daly headline the list of players expected to compete for the 2018 U.S. Senior Open at The Broadmoor, hosted by Honorary Chair John Elway. Single-day and multiple-day tickets are currently available. Fans can upgrade their Open experience with a Trophy Club ticket. Children ages 17 and younger are admitted free with a ticketed adult. Visit 2018USSeniorOpen.com for tickets and information.

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INCLUDES: • Classic accommodations for one night (upgrade options available) • One round of golf per person, per night of the package (includes cart – weather permitting) • Personal locker, club storage and range balls • Suites available at 25% off published rates Package prices starting at $475 per person based on double occupancy.

U N L I M I T ED W EEK DAY GO L F PACK AG E Available May 1–October 31 INCLUDES: • Classic accommodations for two nights (upgrade options available) • Unlimited golf for each person on the package (includes cart, weather permitting) • Personal locker, club storage and range balls • Suites available at 25% off published rates • Available May 1–October 31, 2018, for Sunday through Thursday nights only. Package prices starting at $890 per person for two-night stay, based on double occupancy. Call 855-933-7016 or visit Broadmoor.com for information.


T H E B ROA DM OO R I N V I TAT I O N July 22–27

The Broadmoor welcomes amateurs with handicaps of 14 and below to one of the world’s most honored golf destinations. Teams will compete under professional-level tournament conditions and participate in exclusive activities for The Broadmoor Invitation players and guests. For registration information, contact Director of Golf Russ Miller at rmiller@broadmoor.com or 719-577-5784.

CA L L AWAY GO ES ROGU E Callaway Golf Company’s Rogue driver, introduced earlier this year, improves on the revolutionary Jailbreak energytransfer technology—so named for the parallel titanium bars connecting the crown and sole behind the ultra-thin clubface—that made last year’s Callaway Epics the world’s bestselling line of clubs. Rent an entire selection of Callaway woods and irons at The Broadmoor Golf Pro Shop.

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WILDERNESS EXPERIENCE

HIKING

— THE RANCH AT EMERALD VALLEY —

HORSEBACK RIDING

A WILDERNESS FANTASY CAMP Be as active—or as indulgent—as you like at our luxurious retreat in a beautiful mountain setting.

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estled in a lush mountain valley and surrounded by 100,000 acres of the Pike National Forest, The Broadmoor’s Ranch at Emerald Valley is a secluded wilderness enclave that’s perfect for playing in the Colorado wilderness or simply getting away from it all. Families, couples and small groups are sure to enjoy activities such as guided hikes, mountain biking, horseback riding and fishing in one of the property’s two ponds—even the opportunity to join a real cattle drive. When it’s time to retire for the evening, guests will enjoy one of 10 beautifully appointed one- and two-

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bedroom cabins, each featuring a gas fireplace, rich furnishings and modern amenities. Just a short chauffeured drive from The Broadmoor’s campus via Cadillac Escalade, The Ranch feels like a secluded mountain retreat that’s worlds removed from the ordinary. Come experience The Broadmoor’s Ranch at Emerald Valley and see why Condé Nast readers voted it among the world’s best. Call 855-933-7016 or visit Broadmoor.com for information.


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WILDERNESS EXPERIENCE

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— CLOUD CAMP —

MILES FROM ORDINARY Cloud Camp offers a restorative experience for individual guests and small groups.

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ucked against the summit of Cheyenne Mountain and overlooking The Broadmoor resort, The Broadmoor’s intimate Cloud Camp feels like a fantasy wilderness retreat to which only a few are privy. Ideal for wedding parties, small groups and couples, there are 11 well-appointed one- and two-bedroom cabins on the property, as well as seven guest rooms in the beautifully decorated Main Lodge and the exclusive Fire Tower Suite. The versatile Overlook event space accommodates seated dinners, receptions, morning yoga sessions and more. With the entire wilderness as your playground, the offered activities make the ease of enjoyment part of the luxury. Guests have their choice of archery, pickleball, hiking, yoga, watercolor, arts and crafts, lawn games, participating in the legendary Cooking Club, card games, reading a novel from a rocking chair on the Lodge’s front porch, dipping in a hot tub, and s’mores around a campfire come evening.

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THE OVERLOOK

The Overlook is the newest addition to Cloud Camp. The 1,500-square-foot building can accommodate groups of 10 to 70 people. The open, airy space features floorto-ceiling windows and a wraparound deck, as well as Wi-Fi and all the audiovisual equipment needed to show a personal slideshow during a wedding reception or a presentation during a corporate retreat. Full-service food and beverage only enhance the turnkey options. The space is literally made for entertaining, and it superbly embodies the stratus of blurring lines between indoor and outdoor spaces. All activity is offered to attendees and can be tailored for programming and specific requests. Call 855-933-7016 or visit Broadmoor.com for information.

CLOUD CAMP’S OVERLOOK FOR MEETINGS AND GATHERINGS

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WILDERNESS EXPERIENCE

AVAILABLE APRIL–OCTOBER

2018

— THE BROADMOOR FLY FISHING CAMP —

SOMETHING IN THE WATER A magnificent setting, excellent fishing and exceptional service create beautiful alchemy at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp.


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he Orvis-endorsed Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp borders the Lost Creek Wilderness along five miles of pristine private water on the Tarryall River. Experienced anglers and novices alike will find plenty of opportunity among the forested canyons, grassy meadows and winding bends of the river, while those new to the sport will enjoy learning in the company of the camp’s experienced guides. In addition to exceptional fly fishing, you can also enjoy activities such as horseback riding, hiking or simply relaxing among the pines. Manager Scott Tarrant and his team of seasoned guides love nothing more than sharing this exceptional location—and its productive fishing habitat—with novice and experienced anglers alike. “I’ve caught plenty of fish, but when I’m with you and you catch your first fish on a fly rod, I get to be a small

part of an experience that hopefully you’ll remember for a long time,” Tarrant says. “What an incredible gift we get to give to ourselves as guides—to relive that moment again and again, and to see the joy on someone’s face and remember how good it feels. That’s where it’s at for me.”

FISH HOUSE

Fish House, the on-property retreat center for small groups and families, offers an ideal base camp for those wishing to enjoy a day trip or host a group getaway to The Broadmoor Fishing Camp. It’s an ideal introduction to the sport of fly fishing and a wonderful experience for groups. Call 855-933-7016 or visit Broadmoor.com for information. Lear n more at Broa dmoor.com

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THE BROADMOOR ESTATE COLLECTION

T H E B ROA DM OO R ESTAT E H OUSE Channel your inner Gatsby

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tep across the threshold of The Broadmoor Estate House and it’s easy to imagine its opulent rooms filled with elegant guests enjoying themselves at a, Gatsby-esque gala. Or perhaps it’s the arresting vision of a bride descending the grand central staircase on her wedding day. Or maybe you see your grandchildren racing across the back lawn as your family gathers for an unforgettable reunion. Whatever your vision, The Broadmoor Estate House is an ideal venue to turn your dreams into reality. The 12,000-square-foot historic mansion, designed in the 1920s, has been entirely refreshed to reflect the celebrated Broadmoor style, while maintaining the historic sophistication of the home’s original woodwork, art and other period features. It’s both exquisitely grand and wonderfully inviting. This private retreat boasts a variety of spaces, customizable to fit the needs of any group. A lavish grand parlor is equally suited to a cocktail reception of up to 120, private dinners for up to 50, or for meetings. The refined dining room seats up to 16 and is serviced by The Broadmoor’s acclaimed culinary team. For a quiet escape, the library and third-floor reading rooms provide additional space, and an outdoor covered veranda overlooks two sprawling croquet lawns and manicured gardens, offering a natural extension to the inside areas. Nearby cottages and Brownstones are also available for additional sleeping rooms. In addition to the entertaining and meeting rooms, the property features five spacious and well-appointed bedrooms, each with a king or two queen beds and a private bath.


T H E B ROA DM OO R B ROW NSTO N ES Enjoy residential-style Broadmoor luxury

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hese luxurious accommodations go far beyond typical Colorado vacation homes, providing guests with opulent, residential-style comforts that include expansive living areas ideal for entertaining. Relax next to the fireplace in the elegant living room or entertain in the formal dining room. A full gourmet kitchen opens onto a private terrace. The master bedroom features its own marble-clad, five-fixture bathroom; a large walk-in closet; connecting parlor with wet bar; fireplace; and a Juliet balcony with mountain views. A second bedroom, with private bathroom, perfectly accommodates family and friends. On the fourth floor, a casual lounge opens onto a large patio with an outdoor fireplace and magnificent mountain views. Additional Brownstone features include a two-car garage, washer/dryer, elevator, Murphy bed, professional-grade kitchen appliances, flat-screen televisions, wine cellar, and radiant heat.

T H E B ROA DM OO R COT TAGES Providing unlimited comfort and flexibility

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hese charmingly appointed cottages, available in configurations from one to eight bedrooms, feature inviting parlors with high-beamed ceilings, wood floors and natural stone fireplaces, as well as spectacular views of the East Golf Course and Cheyenne Mountain. From surround-sound speakers to five-fixture baths, no detail has been overlooked in creating these elegant retreats. Broadmoor Cottages are also home to the largest guest rooms at the resort, with 450-square-foot bedrooms and 150-square-foot bathrooms with heated floors. Enjoy cozy evenings in front of the fireplace or host an intimate dinner party on one of the large outdoor patios. Beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces surround our Colorado vacation cottages, offering additional opportunities to enjoy these residential-style retreats. Elegant folding French doors open to expansive verandas, where oversized wicker chairs and rockers provide the perfect setting to enjoy the sunset. Two outdoor common areas also provide a stunning backdrop for entertaining. Lear n more at Broa dmoor.com

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QUALITY YOU CAN COUNT ON At Sea Island resort, under shared ownership with The Broadmoor, guests can enjoy exceptional service and luxurious amenities in a coastal setting.

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ocated off the southeastern coast of Georgia, halfway between Savannah, and Jacksonville, Florida, Sea Island is a Forbes Five Star, AAA Five Diamond resort that offers five miles of private beach, a Beach Club, five pools, Yacht Club, Shooting School, three championship golf courses, award-winning spa and much more. Composed of several distinct properties, there is a range of unique ways to experience the resort. In addition, resort guests may dine at any Sea Island restaurant, ranging from casual on the ocean to the Forbes Five Star Georgian Room.

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THE CLOISTER

THE LODGE


Bar, Tavola, and the Georgian Room, Georgia’s only Forbes Five Star dining destination.

THE LODGE AT SEA ISLAND

THE CLOISTER AT SEA ISLAND

The Forbes Five Star, AAA Five Diamond Cloister encompasses a variety of luxurious accommodations situated between the Black Banks River and the Atlantic Ocean, including the Main Building and Wings, the Beach Club and The Cloister Ocean Residences. The Sea Island Yacht Club and The Spa at Sea Island are adjacent. Restaurants on Sea Island proper include Southern Tide, the River

The Forbes Five Star, AAA Five Diamond Lodge offers the ultimate in privacy and luxury. Reminiscent of an English country manor, the intimate hotel and golf clubhouse features ocean and golf views and is surrounded by the fairways of Seaside and Plantation golf courses. Retreat, Sea Island’s third championship course, is nearby. Lodge guests enjoy butler service, and dining at Colt & Alison or the Oak Room. Its 43 rooms offer handcrafted Oriental rugs, handsome wood finishes, and spacious marble baths with soaking tubs and rainhead showers. An oceanfront pool, pool house, 18-hole putting course, six cottages with 14 new rooms, and an all-new, state-of-the-art Golf Performance Center debut later this year.

BROADFIELD SPORTING CLUB AND LODGE

Set on 5,800 acres, this exclusive compound sleeps up to 18 guests and offers a variety of seasonal guided hunting, fishing and other sporting opportunities for both overnight stays and day trips.

Amenities include a rifle and pistol range, freshwater fishing, falconry, extensive hunting grounds and a multitude of game.

THE INN AT SEA ISLAND

Located on St. Simons Island, The Inn offers casual, comfortable accommodations, continental breakfast, an evening bar, heated pool, workout room, complimentary laundry facilities and complimentary transportation to Sea Island and the Sea Island Golf Club. Guests of The Inn can purchase access to all Sea Island amenities and activities.

SEA ISLAND COTTAGES

Of the approximately 600 privately owned Cottages on Sea Island, 130 are available via seasonal rental programs. Each is uniquely designed, providing guests with a selection of styles and décor from which to choose. The homes range from three to seven bedrooms, and most residences offer beach, salt marsh or tidal creek views. Rental of the Cottages includes access to dining, golf, spa and resort activities at all Sea Island facilities. Call 855-437-6305 or visit SeaIsland.com for more information.

SE A ISL A N D E V EN TS NAT GEO LIVE!

JULY 6

Astronaut Terry Virts joins us for an informative and engaging presentation as part of our ongoing relationship with National Geographic.

SOUTHERN GROWN

AUGUST 31–SEPTEMBER 2

Sea Island commemorates the distinctive culture of all things Southern with its annual Southern Grown festival, giving guests the chance to taste, sip, learn about and experience the unique cuisine and traditions of the most special region of America. Visit southerngrown.com for details.

RSM CLASSIC

NOVEMBER 12–18

The RSM Classic is an official, annual PGA Tour golf tournament hosted by Sea Island resident Davis Love III and held on Seaside and Plantation courses at Sea Island Golf Club. Visit rsmclassic.com for details.

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WINDSTAR CRUISES PORTOFINO, ITALY windstarcruises.com

COUNTRY WALKERS ZAMBIA countrywalkers.com

VBT BURGUNDY, FRANCE vbt.com

THE OASIS AT DEATH VALLEY oasisatdeathvalley.com


OUR PARTNERS

EXCLUSIVE OFFER

Enjoy Special Savings for Preferred Guests at Our Affiliate Properties Through our shared ownership, The Broadmoor is pleased to introduce a suite of premium resort destinations and luxury travel opportunities with exclusive offers designed just for our current and previous guests. Whether you’re interested in a once-in-a lifetime safari, a biking trip in Italy, a visit to another Forbes Five Star property or a luxurious cruise, our new Preferred Guest Program opens the vacation door you’ve been waiting for.

ENJOY THE INCOMPARABLE BROADMOOR LIFESTYLE Whether your preference is a magnificent gated estate, a lofty villa, an elegant residence overlooking the golf course, a single-family home or a Brownstone at or near The Broadmoor, Broadmoor Properties specializes in luxury living.

OUR PARTNERS IN TRAVEL: • WINDSTAR CRUISES

• COUNTRY WALKERS

• VBT BICYCLING AND WALKING VACATIONS

• THE OASIS AT DEATH VALLEY

Our association with The Broadmoor enables us to provide amenities, access and services unavailable to other real estate companies. Colorado Springs is the perfect place for a second home or a primary residence. Contact us at 855842-1165 or sign up for our electronic newsletter at Broadmoorproperties.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

Visit Broadmoor.com/affiliates/ preferred-guest-offers to take advantage of these special offers.

CA DI L L AC

The Cadillac Driving Experience at The Broadmoor Want to take a new Cadillac for a spin? Thanks to our partnership with Cadillac, Broadmoor guests can enjoy a complimentary two-hour test drive of a new Cadillac during their stay. Several models are available. WINDSTAR CRUISES

Call the Concierge at 855-829-9963 to book a test drive. Lear n more at Broa dmoor.com

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Gray Line Tours The Broadmoor is proud to partner with Enterprise for all your car rental needs, with convenient pick-up and drop-off at the resort.

Gray Line Tours offers regularly scheduled and on-demand ground transportation service to and from The Broadmoor from Colorado Springs Airport and Denver International Airport. For schedules, pricing and reservations, call Gray Line Tours at 855-933-7016.

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CONNECT WITH US DIRECT FLIGHTS ON FIVE MAJOR AIRLINES

Frontier, United, American, Delta and Allegiant—make it easy to get to The Broadmoor. Find more information at flycos.com.

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Broadmoor Bonanza Spring Summer 2018  

Celebrating a Century of Exceptional Service

Broadmoor Bonanza Spring Summer 2018  

Celebrating a Century of Exceptional Service