There are many ceremony sites at The Broadmoor and each one has its own feel. To take advantage of the incredible mountain setting, many ceremonies at The Broadmoor are held outside. Here’s a brief overview of The Broadmoor wedding ceremony sites including pictures. Click on any picture to view a gallery of ceremony pictures. Also provided is a reception room pairing for each of these ceremony locations at The Broadmoor. We hope you find this helpful when planning your wedding at The Broadmoor.
Toffee and Jake had a wedding celebration at The Broadmoor. They were married on the Lakeside Terrace followed by a cocktail hour at sunset and a dinner reception the Lakeside Terrace Dining Room.
The Lakeside Terrace is one of the Broadmooor’s most spectacular settings. Capable of accomodating larger weddings with up to 250 guests, Lakeside Terrace ceremonies are typically held in the afternoon. The Lakeside Terrace offers views of the mountains and prominently features Cheyenne Mountain and Broadmoor West. In a way, the Lakeside Terrace is the “center court” of ceremony sites at the Broadmoor. Suggested Reception Room: Lakeside Terrace Dining Room
Mountain View Terrace
The Mountain View Terrace is a covered terrace with views of Cheyenne Canon. The Mountain View Terrace sits in a secluded location outside the Broadmoor West and is perfect for private weddings with up to 200 guests. The Mountain View Terrace is also a great location for an outdoor reception. Morning wedding ceremonies are ideal at this location. The Mountain View Terrace features a beautiful fireplace, a dramatic fountain and immaculatley sculptured grounds. Suggested Reception Room: West Ballroom
Cheyenne Lodge Terrace
The Cheyenne Lodge Terrace offers uninterrupted views of Colorado Springs and the mountains. The terrace sits outside the Cheyenne Lodge, a rustic Colorado Lodge. Because it is separate from the main resort, the Cheyenne Lodge is the most private of all Broadmoor ceremony and reception sites. The Cheyenne Lodge Terrace accommodates up to 250 guests and features a fire pit and outdoor barbecue. Suggested Reception Room: Cheyenne Lodge
Pauline Memorial Chapel
Showcasing an impressive religious art collection, with exterior architecture reminiscent of Spanish Colonial Revival and a floor plan modeled after early Christian basilicas, the Pauline Memorial Chapel is a captivating setting for religious wedding ceremonies.Suggested Reception Room: Main Ballroom
The South Terrace sits in a quiet spot outside the classically decorated South Tower lobby and offers the most dramatic views of Cheyenne Mountain. The South Terrace is ideal for more intimate weddings. Ceremonies accommodate up to 130 guests. A late morning ceremony followed by cocktails on the South Tower patio and a lunch reception in the 5-star, 5-diamond Penrose Room is a favorite. Suggested Reception Room: Penrose Room
Located less than one mile from The Broadmoor, Seven Falls is one of Colorado’s most captivating natural wonders. This magnificent series of waterfalls is situated in a 1,250-foot-wall box canyon between the towering Pillars of Hercules. Get married at the base of the fall or in the Eagles Nest high above accessed by a dramatic tunnel entrance and elevator. Suggested Reception Room: Restaurant 1858
West Tower Lawn
The West Tower Lawn the greenest and the largest of all Broadmoor ceremony sites featuring a manicured lawn surrounded by Pine, Maple and Cherry trees. Adjacent to the tuscan-style west Tower lobby, the West Lawn accommodates up to 500 guests. The West Lawn is accessed from Broadmoor West. Suggested Reception Room Pairing: Main Ballroom