Located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Kinship Landing is a 42-key hotel providing a one-of-a-kind glamping experience centered around personal connection, community and unparalleled adventure.
Guests can now better connect to the locale, from outdoor adventures like hiking, rock climbing and fishing to immersion in the food, arts and culture scene steps away from its central downtown location, with Kinship Landing’s Ultimate Adventure Concierge. The concierge crafts an exhilarating, highly personalized itinerary based on guests’ skill levels, interests, cuisine preferences and more.
Starting with a pre-arrival phone call from your Ultimate Adventure Concierge, Kinship Landing’s cofounder and CEO, Bobby Mikulas, guests share with Bobby what they are looking to experience and explore while at the property. Following speaking, Bobby prepares an exhilarating itinerary.
Immersive outings in the Colorado wilderness are tailored to each guest’s skill level, from rock climbing at Garden of the Gods to whitewater rafting at The Arkansas River to fly-fishing at Monument Lake and summiting Pikes Peak. Guests can also choose other outdoor activities such as horseback riding, mountain biking, snowshoeing, ice climbing (Bobby’s personal favorite), snow camping, cross-country skiing and more.
Guests don’t have to pack anything as all the gear needed is stored on-site. Additionally, the hotel prepares a hearty farm-to-table to-go meal from the hotel’s signature Homa Café and Bar for each guest’s action-packed day. And for those in need of new supplies, Bobby arranges a private gear fitting at Fjällräven for experienced thrill-seekers prior to or following their experiences for gear to be shipped to your home.
Starting at $1,500, guests enjoy a three-night stay in a king suite with stunning mountain and city views, an in-room fireplace, a deep-soaking tub for relaxation and an overhead garage door that transforms the space into a private viewing deck for Pikes Peak and the Rocky Mountains.
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