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February 19 2015

New Spa and Expanded Fitness Center Coming to Country Club of Colorado Springs at Cheyenne Mountain Resort

Country Club of Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs, CO --The Country Club of Colorado (CCOC) at Cheyenne Mountain Resort is undergoing a $3 million makeover to elevate the guest experience. The project includes the addition of a new, six-room resort spa and expanded fitness facilities. Once completed in mid-2015, the CCOC at Cheyenne Mountain Resort will emerge as one of Colorado's most expansive lifestyle recreational centers exclusively available to members and guests.

The CCOC at Cheyenne Mountain currently features a recreational clubhouse, golf clubhouse and aquatics center. As part of the $3 million project, the club's existing fitness facility will be relocated within the building to boost the size of the facility to 9,000-square-feet.

 

The expanded center will feature a main, two-tier workout  room with state of the art Life Fitness cardio and fitness equipment, free weights, treadmills, elliptical and stair machines, recumbent and upright bikes, a group exercise floor and two training/studio rooms for class instruction like Yoga and Zumba. The facility will also feature a new juice bar, a private outdoor lounging patio, and full-service men’s and women’s locker rooms. The club expects to complete the fitness center by early March.

 

Creating the fitness center will free up space for construction of a new 5,000-square-foot spa. The new facility will be housed on the first-floor of the fitness center and will feature six treatment rooms, manicure and pedicure stations, a private reception lobby and indoor and outdoor meditation and relaxation suites. The spa will offer guests an authentic Colorado spa experience complete with indigenous treatments, facials, nail services, signature packages and retail products. The spa will be open to club members, resort guests and local residents. The spa is targeted for completion in May.

The fitness center and spa are part of $10 million in improvements at the country club since 2012, which include renovations to the golf course and golf clubhouse. "The renovation and expansion project is reflective of our continued commitment to give members and guests access to an unrivaled lineup of year-round activities," said Cathy Matthews-Kane, club general manager. "Our goal is to offer convenient access to a diverse and expansive recreational lifestyle that inspires members and guests to be healthy, stay active and have some fun in the process."

The club is part of the 217-acre Cheyenne Mountain Resort, which includes 316 finely appointed guest rooms and suites arranged in eight residential lodges across the resort. Surrounded by extraordinary mountain backdrops and picturesque views, each room has been designed to provide the ultimate escape from the everyday. Modern amenities and supreme comfort are perfectly paired with an understated Rocky Mountain inspired décor for the ideal setting for rest and relaxation.

 

Cheyenne Mountain Resort features an impressive range of year-round recreational activities. For the avid golfer, the resort boasts one of top golf courses in Colorado Springs. Surrounded by the stunning peaks of the majestic Rocky Mountains, the 18-hole Pete Dye Championship course features world-class PGA instructors, tour-quality greens and broad fairways.  With more than $4 million in renovations since 2013, golfing at Cheyenne Mountain Resort is sure to please players of every level.

 

While at the resort, guests can also enjoy swimming year-round with at the resort's indoor/outdoor Aquatics Center. Four outdoor pools in the summer, let kids of all ages have fun in the sun, while the resort's indoor pool is a great place to splash around out of the sun or during the winter months. The resort also caters to the younger tots with a Kids Splash Park and Kiddie Pool.

The resort also features a private 35-acre lake bordered by a sandy beach ideal for building sandcastles, playing volleyball or simply relaxing under the sun. Guests interested in traversing the lake can check-out an assortment of complimentary watercrafts, including kayaks, sailboats, paddle boats, canoes and aqua bikes.

 

For the racket sport enthusiast, the Cheyenne Mountain Resort boasts the inter-region's most expansive collection of premier indoor and outdoor tennis courts. Boasting USTA-certified tennis pros, 17 tennis courts, including 10 outdoor hard courts, two outdoor Har-Tru clay courts, and five indoor hard courts, the club offers a year-round roster of social, competitive and USTA-sponsored senior and junior level programs and clinics for tennis enthusiasts to enjoy. In addition to traditional tennis play, one indoor and one outdoor court are lined for ready-play pickleball, a growing racket sport that combines tennis, badminton, and ping-pong into a fun and fast-paced game for all ages.

 

After an active day at the resort or scenic stroll around town, guests can refuel at one of the resort's restaurants. Serving something for every taste and fancy, guests can indulge in delicious gourmet bites and hand-crafted cocktails at Will Rogers Lounge or treat their palate to incredible Colorado Fusion specialties and lavish buffets at Mountain View Restaurant. For a more relaxing gourmet fare, guests can dine at Pineview Grille overlooking the golf course. Guests can also enjoy the convenience of in-room dining and local delights to choose from at the resort's café and creamery, Elevations.

 

For meetings and special events, the IACC-certified Cheyenne Mountain Conference Center offers an engaging environment where productive meetings, imaginative events, and authentic service meld together with natural elements. Located in one of the most inspiring settings in America, Cheyenne Mountain Conference Center features over 40,000 square feet of specially designed, IACC-certified Colorado Springs meeting space. With 38 dedicated conference rooms, including a tiered amphitheater, our conference facilities can comfortably accommodate groups of 10-600 in virtually any meeting or event format. 

                                                                                                                          

A resort would not be complete without the lure of the destination. Colorado Springs offers an array of four-season area attractions to entertain kids of all ages. Ranked as Colorado's second largest city, the experiences are unique and the opportunities to explore by foot, train, bridge, or car abound in Colorado Springs. Some of the more notable attractions in the region include the Royal Gorge, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Manitou Cliff Dwellings, Garden of the Gods and the U.S. Olympics' flagship training center.  

 

For more information on Cheyenne Mountain Resort, visit www.cheyennemountain.com. For destination information, visit www.visitcos.com.

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