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The Antlers Hotel, Colorado Springs, CO

AccuSummit 2019 will be held at the Antlers Hotel, in the heart of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Nestled at the base of Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs is the second largest city in Colorado. It offers a historic downtown, dozens of breweries and incredible scenery.

Colorado Springs has a regional airport (code: COS). Flights are available to major cities nationwide. 


Discounted Accommodation
CALL 1-719-955-5600

Discounted rooms for conference attendees are available at the Antlers Hotel. Call the hotel directly at 1-719-955-5600 and use the booking code "AccuFund" to receive the discount. You can NOT make online reservations and get the discounted rate; we apologize for the inconvenience. 

Price is $144.00 per night (plus taxes and fees). The hotel is also providing complimentary parking in the attached parking structure. 

The booking deadline for discounted rooms is Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 12:00 pm MDT.

Nearby Attractions

For detailed information about Colorado Springs, see the Colorado Springs Visitor Bureau website


There are two restaurants and a cafe inside the Antlers Hotel. Dozens of pubs, restaurants and breweries are within walking distance. Phantom Canyon Brewing Company, across the street from the hotel, has a restaurant and billiard room. Be sure to try one of the many southwestern or Mexican food eateries, such as Sonterra Grill, Azada, or King Chef diner.


The hotel is located in downtown Colorado Springs, a shopping district with boutiques, local stores and art galleries. For a different shopping experience, nearby Old Colorado City offers a taste of the old west. 


Colorado Springs enjoys a sunny, dry climate year round. Parks and peaks are close to the city, including:

  • Pikes Peak - Visit the summit of one of Colorado's famous fourteeners (peaks over 14,000 ft)! Several tour companies offer daily tours up the winding the highway. 

  • Garden of the Gods - 15 minutes from downtown, the Garden of the Gods is home to stunning red sandstone rock formations and a unique blend of mountain and plains ecosystems (the banner image of this page was taken at the Garden of the Gods)

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