The American Automobile Association (AAA) has once again awarded The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs with its esteemed Five-Diamond Award for Excellence. This is the 39th consecutive year that The Broadmoor has been honored by the travel association. The Broadmoor, located at the gateway to the Rocky Mountains, is the only hotel to receive the AAA designation every year since its inception.
“We are both humbled and proud to receive the prestigious AAA Five Diamond award for a record 39 consecutive years,” says The Broadmoor’s vice president and managing director Jack Damioli. “The award is a true testament to the continuing passion of our team and the elite service we provide our guests.”
AAA also recognized The Broadmoor’s Penrose Room Restaurant, awarding it the AAA Five-Diamond for the eighth consecutive year.
The Broadmoor’s food and beverage director C.W. Craig Reed says, “We are honored to be recognized by AAA with the Five-Diamond award. The culinary team at the Penrose Room consistently strives to create an unparalleled dining experience for its guests.”
AAA assigns ratings based upon 27 requirements including service, amenities, security, décor, cleanliness and comfort. AAA rates properties in the United States, Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean. It awarded the Five-Diamond rating to just 121 hotels and 63 restaurants in 2015.