Planning on staying in our recently purchased extended stay property in Colorado Springs? We’ve put together a short, yet informative guide of what’s available nearby to help you settle more comfortably into your home away from home.
Colorado Springs is a Home Rule Municipality that is the county seat as well as the most populous municipality of El Paso County. The area is serviced by public transportation – the Mountain Metro. The I-25 runs north and south through Colorado, crossing the city for about 18 miles. Our property is also conveniently located near the New Santa Fe Regional Trail and the Ronald Reagan Highway.
Looking to pick up a few groceries during your stay? We’re only a 15 minute walk (or 2 minute drive) away from the nearest Trader Joe’s – perfect for picking up some of your fridge fresh grab-n-go foods like fruit, vegetables, milk, yogurt, eggs, and more. For pharmacy and other grocery needs, take a 4 minute drive down the road to the nearest Costco.
Looking for more retail therapy? Check out the nearby Tiffany Square Mall or the University Village of Colorado.
For the evenings when you just don’t feel like cooking, and want to go out to eat instead, you’ll find plenty of dining options nearby! Take your pick, from Mexican cuisine at Las Palmitas, to Italian fare at Zio’s, to Chinese favorites at China Inn II. In the mood for a cup of joe and a baked good? Try the nearby New Day Cafe. Looking for standard pub or fast food? Give the Titled Kilt a try, the Outback Steakhouse, or Hooters.
Looking for a few ideas to keep you busy during your stay in Colorado Springs? Worry not – there’s plenty to do. Choose from outdoor trails and greenspaces, like the ever-popular Pulpit Rock Park, or the Rockrimmon Open Space. For popular landmarks or attractions, check out the Garden of The Gods Visitor & Nature Center, the ProRodeo Hall of Fame, or the Manitou Cliff Dwellings – all reasonably close to your home away from home at InTown Suites.