The Broadmoor $100M Reno To Commence in November
Wednesday September 25th, 2013 - 9:27AM GPC
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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO—The Broadmoor announced details of the second and final phase of renovations in its $100 million, multi-year renovation and expansion project, which begins November 2013 to be completed May 2014.
Focusing on the extensive renovation and enhancement of the original Broadmoor West building, the second phase of renovations includes the addition of a new Adam D. Tihany designed Italian restaurant, renovated and expanded guestrooms and a new health-inspired restaurant.
Broadmoor West renovations include the redesign and expansion of guestrooms with an additional 85 to 200 sq. ft. added per room, living rooms featuring new decorative lighting, chandeliers, furnishings, carpet and draperies as well as all-new, five-fixture marble baths added to each bathroom.
A three-story addition to the original West building provides 31 guestrooms and suites, bringing The Broadmoor’s total guestroom count to 775. Four new suites feature panoramic views of the property, Cheyenne Lake and the Cheyenne Mountain backdrop.
The Broadmoor West lobby is updated with an expanded concierge and front desk area, fresh decor and interior design. Stained glass skylights, marble floors with custom stone insets, detailed millwork on the walls and ceilings, woven rugs and custom decorative chandeliers have been added.
The entry drive and porte-cochere of Broadmoor West is transformed with custom cast bronze column caps, cast stone balustrade, a new entry fountain, stone flooring, ornate ironwork, and a new decorative drive surface and complementary landscaping.
Tags: The Broadmoor • Hospitality • Architecure & Interiors • Construction/Renovation • Openings •
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