Dog Friendly

Cheyenne's Bed & Biscuit Club

Take your furry friend to one of just a few dog-friendly hotels in Colorado Springs. When you join Cheyenne’s Bed & Biscuit Club, owners will receive information highlighting area dog services, including veterinarians, pet shops and groomers, as well as insider tips for dog walking routes, dog parks, dog-friendly cafes and much more when they check in with their favorite pooch.

Pet Policies and Guidelines

The following guidelines were created to ensure that everyone's visit is enjoyable:

  • Cheyenne Mountain Resort accepts only dogs under 80 pounds which must be registered during check-in at the Front Desk. There is a maximum of 2 dogs per room.
  • You will find a $35.00 pet fee, per dog per day added to your room account. This fee is based on a 2-dog maximum per room, each weighing no more than 80 pounds.
  • Dogs must be leashed at all times. A clean-up packet is provided for use in the designated outdoor pet areas.
  • Dog walking at Cheyenne Mountain Resort is in designated areas only, as noted on the property map. Only service animals are allowed in restaurants.
  • Housekeeping services should be pre-arranged so that the dog is with his or her owner or out of the room during service. If a dog is left alone in a room, it must be kenneled and the Privacy Please sign should be hung on the door. 
  • Please contact Housekeeping at extension 4591 to arrange a time that is most convenient for you. 
  • Dogs are not permitted in restaurants, on our golf courses, tennis courts or in our pool areas. Service dogs are exempt. 
  • Country Club of Colorado Pet Policy: Pets are not permitted in any Country Club buildings (Aquatics Facility Grounds, Fitness Center, Club House and the Golf Course) or on tennis courts. They are permitted on a leash in the parking lots and public areas.
  • Guests are responsible for any damage or disruption pets may cause. If deep cleaning is necessary, an appropriate fee will be added to your room account.
  • Dogs may not be left unattended in rooms if unable to behave appropriately. Should the resort incur any costs for the material compensation of any guest complaints regarding an unattended dog, pet owners may be liable for additional fees.
  • The resort does not staff dog sitters, though there are many independent dog-sitting providers in the local area. Click here to find one.