Soul Community Planet Hotel
Stay in Colorado’s second-largest city for quick access to the region’s beloved natural landmarks, like Pikes Peak (a grand, drivable fourteener known as America’s Mountain) and the eye-boggling red rocks at Garden of the Gods. Or visit esteemed Olympic City USA attractions, like the new U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum and the flagship training center. And a quick drive from all of this is Colorado Springs’ newest eco-chic accommodations — Soul Community Planet Hotel.
Burn those extra vacation calories with daily visits to SCP Fit! You can ride the Peloton bikes, work out with the TRX, stretch those limbs in the dedicated yoga room or swim laps in the seasonal heated pool. SCP Fit even offers private coaching to its guests.
Quirkiest thing to expect
For every stay booked at an SCP property, a cute lil’ sapling is planted through the hotel’s One Tree Planted program!
Our favorite traveler review
“You’re missing a key element to your Colorado Springs adventure if you don’t snag a room at this cute hotel. The hotel has a very friendly and helpful staff. It’s a very boutique-ish hotel, very hipster, earth friendly, pet friendly. I mean, it’s a must stay! Coffee 24/7, there is plenty of seating in lobby, a huge fireplace, pool table and other games to keep you entertained while winding down from your day. Oh, and there’s a bar! You’re first drink is free! Rooms are clean, beds are comfortable. SCP screams personality!” — Julie N., Google Reviews
Things to see and do nearby
Soak up 300 million years of geologic antiquity with hiking and horseback riding at Garden of the Gods. You’ll see jutting red-rock spires, towers and arches as you wander among paved and gravel trails.
There are a few ways to appreciate Pikes Peak, one of Colorado Springs’ most popular natural attractions that towers over the landscape. Take a winding drive, hop on the cog railway (open in May 2021) or hike up the 13-mile Barr Trail to appreciate panoramic views from the top.
Up for a day trip? Head to nearby Manitou Springs for a heart-pounding morning hike up the 2,000-foot elevation gain that we lovingly call the Manitou Incline. Then take a relaxing soak in one of SunWater Spa’s mineral-water pools.