Three new hotels planned for Colorado Springs

February 3, 2017 by  

The Pikes Peak region of Colorado, including Colorado Springs, is growing rapidly, enticing both business and leisure travelers to visit the area.

Developers are taking advantage of the momentum by proposing three new hotels for the city. Local developer Ed Ellsworth said it was a “good time” to build, according to an article from InterQuest.

Ellsworth runs his own business, and plans to build a Holiday Inn Express. The 87-room, four-story hotel will be part of the commercial development known as InterQuest Commons, located southwest of Voyager and InterQuest parkways. Ellsworth is planning to break ground for the hotel this spring, and aims at a completion date early in 2018.

The Holiday Inn Express, which will have jobs for approximately 30 employees, will have a pool, fitness center, hot tub, and limited meeting space.

Chartwell Hospitality, based in Tennessee, is also planning a 120-room, four-story hotel sited on Tenderfoot Road on the city’s south side. The third proposed hotel is the brainchild of Kumar Merchant, whose group is based in Denver. This hostelry would also be four stories high, and feature 81 rooms. It will be located near Academy Boulevard and I-25, along Kelly Johnson boulevard on the city’s north side.

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