This cozy lodge resides on Main Street, just minutes from downtown Aspen. The hotel atrium, which hosts the morning breakfast buffet and apres ski activities, boasts a towering fireplace pieced together with local river rock. Four types of rooms are available and range between casual garden level rooms to deluxe suites with panoramic views and skylights.
The Gant is just a hop from the gondola lift making it ideal for ski in/ski out accommodations. Moreover, downtown is only a short walk away. The condominiums are the epitome of comfort; richly appointed artwork and sculpture with stylish furniture and spacious living areas adorn each room. You can choose from one to four-bedrooms rooms and each comes in a standard, deluxe and premier variety. Check out the website or call for more information.
This two-story, Wright-inspired ranch house is one of the more affordable destinations in downtown Aspen. Plus, the lodge has some excellent perks, like an herbal steam bath and a free daily pass to the Aspen Club and Spa. The recently renovated rooms offer stylish wood furniture and thick European down comforters. Some of the rooms have Jacuzzis, and each comes with numerous herbal salts.
Although luxury is the primary motif of this world-famous hotel, it somehow maintains a casual mountain charm. Located at the base of Aspen Mountain, the hotel offers ski-in/ski-out concierge service, which includes ski valet and ski tuning. The standard and premium rooms offer either town or mountainside views and feature gas fireplaces and marble bathrooms. For a hefty price, you can have a deluxe suite with Jacuzzi tubs, steam showers and original art.
Located in one of Aspen's most photogenic buildings, this quaint country inn exudes a provincial charm. The bed-and-breakfast resides in the heart of downtown in a historic landmark and is only a block from the Silver Queen Gondola. It also has the distinction of being the only bed-and-breakfast on the town's pedestrian malls. Each room features simple comforts like down comforters, French shutters, and stylish wood armoires and décor. Choose from Standard, Deluxe and Superior rooms. The Independence closes during the spring and fall. Please note that guests must check in at the property office located at 730 East Durant Avenue before going to the hotel location; see the website or call +1 970 920 2000 for more information.
Rustic charm and contemporary elegance mark this bed-and-breakfast, located in the heart of downtown. Overstuffed furniture scattered around a central fireplace creates a cozy setting to kick back after a day of conquering moguls. A rooftop Jacuzzi offers panoramic views of the town and Aspen Mountain. These comforts carry over into the rooms, many of which include wood burning stoves, vaulted ceilings, whirlpools, and hickory and apple wood beds. Rates vary by season. Call for details.
Identical twins, Marge Riley and Norma Dolle, operate separate bed-and-breakfasts right next to each other close to downtown and by the base of Aspen Mountain. Marge has the reigns at the Little Red Ski Haus, and sister Norma takes care of things at the Snow Queen Victorian Bed & Breakfast Lodge, a Victorian house which is a great alternative to Aspen's glitzy hotels. Built in 1886, the Queen features a cozy common area with a wood-burning stove and six rooms named after historic silver mines. Charming period antiques adorn the rooms. There is a minimum stay in both winter and summer.
If you are looking to escape the hefty prices of downtown and still have an authentic mountain getaway, consider this cozy gem. The inn resides in Basalt, 15 minutes outside of Aspen/Snowmass, on two private acres along the world famous trout waters of the Frying Pan River. The two-story inn exudes western hospitality, and includes an impressive river-rock fireplace in the common area. All four rooms face the river and feature antique dressers and a country style design. A restored cabin built in 1896, is also available for private getaways.
Located less than two blocks from the Silver Queen Gondola and just a quick walk from all the restaurants and shops, this family owned lodge is one of the more affordable finds at the base of Aspen Mountain. A variety of cozy rooms are available, from deluxe two-bedroom apartment suites to economy rooms. Many of the rooms feature fireplaces and kitchenettes. Rates change seasonally so do check the website for details.
Tucked away on the west edge of town, this lodge has a variety of affordable no-frill rooms available. Choose from standard hotel rooms, or one- to two-bedroom condos. If you are really looking to save some cash, opt for the private rooms with shared bathrooms or the shared dorm style rooms. All the rooms are comfortable and a select bunch have fireplaces, full kitchenettes, and may feature breathtaking views of Shadow Mountain.
Since 1970, this town mainstay has been one of Aspen's
more affordable lodging choices. Located on Main Street (you cannot miss the towering spread eagle sculpture perched on the roof), the lodge offers easy access to downtown, and the ...
Located just around the corner from the Hyman and Cooper
pedestrian malls, this quaint lodge is just a short walk from a world of haute couture shopping and designer restaurants. Many rooms feature in room Jacuzzis, wood burning fireplaces ...
Rustic charm and contemporary elegance mark this bed and breakfast,
located in the heart of downtown. Overstuffed furniture scattered around a central fireplace creates a cozy setting to kick back after a day of conquering moguls. A rooftop Jacuzzi ...