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 free ski shuttle stops just outside the front door. The rooms feature two queen beds and limited kitchen space, as well as wood paneled walls, fireplaces and work desks/dining tables. The rooms on the upper floors have balconies. Check out the website or call the lodge for more information.
When you see the pile of firewood crawling up the side of the building like a new wall, you know you have arrived at Lift One Condominiums. The wood can only mean ski season is in full swing or just around the corner. The one-, two-, and three-bedroom units have separate owners, therefore décor and style vary according to individual tastes. But all of the condos feature full kitchens, balconies and wood burning fireplaces. The slopes are a block away and downtown is a mere five-minute walk away.
This popular ski-in/ski-out lodge features superior, service oriented accommodations at the base of Aspen Mountain. After a long day of skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer, the restaurants, galleries and shopping of downtown Aspen are all within walking distance. The thick log wood beams and pine furnishings give the rooms a distinct mountain feel, and amenities like down comforters and fireplaces make the winter nights comfortable.
This impressive Colorado brick structure sprawls at the base of Aspen Mountain just over a block from the Silver Queen Gondola. The excellent design has given the hotel lobby and rooms a sophisticated western look, complete with rawhide lampshades, leather tabletops and bronze elk sculptures. But the Persian and Tibetan rugs, along with an art collection stretching into the millions of dollars, remind you that this place is about unrelenting elegance.
Whether you have come to Aspen for the renowned powder, world-class shopping or endless summer activities, this hotel places you in the epicenter of all the action. Situated on busy Main Street, the hotel is a contemporary alternative to the plethora of Old World-style lodging scattered about Aspen. The lounge area features a river-rock fireplace and stunning views of Aspen Mountain, and it is the perfect place to enjoy the hotel's apres ski activities. Many of the rooms come with fireplaces, down comforters and balconies. The stylish Jacuzzi Room features a log bed and vaulted ceilings.
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 and full kitchens, and the wood paneled walls create that cozy lodge ambiance. The Courtyard Rooms are relatively small, but offer poolside views. The upstairs Lodge Rooms, one- and two- bedroom apartments, and suites are more spacious. The suites feature stained glass and large room-long windows that offer mountain views. Check out the website for varying rates as per the season.
This place was previously known as Christmas Inn. Despite the name change, the family-owned inn keeps the holiday spirit going year-round with friendly service and affordable rooms. Located in a tranquil nook, just three blocks from downtown, it is a good place to spend a quiet weekend or escape the local high class hubbub for a bit of romance.
This hotel is one of Aspen's historic treasures left over from the heydays of the Silver Boom. After the eponymous Jerome Wheeler finished building the hotel, it opened with a grand gala in 1889. When silver crashed, so did the hotel and it struggled to stay afloat throughout the 1900s. Of course, when Aspen became the ski hub of the stars, the hotel received a second life. But it was not until the late 1980s that a complete restoration catapulted the hotel to new heights of luxury. The spacious suites look like something straight out of Victorian England. The rooms have individual charm and each feature huge beds, down comforters, handmade furniture and period antiques. Have a drink at J-Bar, a cigar in The Library, or a meal at The Century Room, Jacob's Corner or the Garden Terrace, all of which are located on-site.
Situated in the shadow of Aspen Mountain in the very heart of downtown, this seven-suite grand hotel resides in a building that has a long history of pampering, dating back to the 1800s when miners roamed its halls. The rooms make you feel like you are visiting royalty from another country. They are the reason that this hotel is one of Aspen's most popular romantic getaways. The lavish suites look like something out of the European lifestyles of the rich and famous. Each exudes an individual style from English colonial to French flamboyance to simple country charm, and feature upholstered walls and ceilings, fireplaces, Jacuzzis, Persian rugs, Ralph Lauren furniture, and crystal chandeliers. Some suites even include museum quality art.
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.
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 ...
Step back in time and experience Old World charms at
this European style inn. The lobby alone is worth a look, with its impressive fireplace, saffron colored walls and exotic furniture. Located on Main Street, just outside of downtown, ...
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 ...