Wyndham Hotel Located in the Rockies


The Wyndham Pagosa is located on 18,000 acres surrounded by lakes, streams, golf courses, and the natural beauty of the Colorado countryside. The hotel features six tennis courts, a lake, nearby fishing, a playground, a miniature golf course, massage services, a playground for children, an indoor swimming pool, a picnic area, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, hiking and mountain biking, numerous dining and retails destinations, and live entertainment.

Most who stay at the hotel report being happy with their stay. It can be pricey, but the cost often includes a number of amenities and activities. The condo facility runs around $200 per night and is a comfortable size for a family of two to four. There is a kitchen and washer and dryer, as well as a separate bedroom. There is an older and new section of the resort, so if you are concerned about dycor, ask for a room in the newer section. Many of the rooms have lake or mountain views, and the rooms are reviewed as being clean. Many of the rooms have Jacuzzi tubs and showers. Some guests are lucky enough to be able to walk out their condo door and go fishing! The hotel is an ideal overnight destination for those who love the Colorado outdoors. Even without perfect weather you can hike, bike, and enjoy the Colorado outback. There are numerous hikes nearby including the East Piedra Creek Trail which is considered one of the area's easiest.

A favorite destination of hotel guests is the hot springs pool spa. Enjoying the warm water on a cold Colorado morning or evening is a wonderful way to start or end the day. There are numerous springs from which to choose and each has a different feel. One of the springs is known as The Lobster Pot which measures in at 109 degrees.

Pagosa Springs features a variety of restaurants, designed to suit all tastes. Kip's Grill and Cantina offers Mexican food in a casual environment. The Alley House Grille has a great reputation and gets all around good reviews on the regular basis. The Dogwood Cafy is known for their delicious breakfast fare and may be a great way to start a day of skiing, hiking, or biking.

Nearby are a variety of attractions including the SHY Rabbit Contemporary Art Gallery, The Wolf Creek Ski Resort, the Springs Resort, the Rainbow Hot Springs, and the Piedra River Hot Springs. This town is filled with impressive art museums and thermal hot spring destinations. It is a great place to relax and unwind, even if you are not a fan of skiing. You can stroll through town enjoying the sights and sounds of daily life, and then spend some time warming in the recuperative waters of the natural hot springs. Those who fall in love with Pagosa Springs can speak with the Wyndham about long-term rental and purchasing opportunities. For an out of the way destination in ski country, head to the Wyndham Pagosa in Pagosa Springs Colorado.

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