Hotels in Aspen
A sprawling property designed in Bauhaus style, Aspen Meadows is best known as the home of the venerable Aspen Institute.
Aspen's singular ski-in/ski-out property is also its most glamorous address.
Inspired by Aspen’s classic Victorian architecture, the Hyatt Grand Aspen is easily recognizable by its brick façade and turrets.
The Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired Hearthstone House is located on East Hyman Avenue, just two blocks from the Wheeler Opera House and the Aspen ski lift. The small lodge has 22 rooms, each with European down comforters, views of Aspen Mountain, and some with whirlpool spa bathtubs.
This 125-year-old Aspen icon has a storied past: in the 1970’s Hunter S. Thompson was a regular at the hotel’s J Bar; 19th-century silver miners used the property as a boarding house; ghosts are said to haunt the place. Now a multimillion-dollar overhaul opens a shiny new chapter.
In the quiet part of town, three blocks from the Aspen Mountain ski lifts, the Gant consists of 120 privately owned condos with one, two, or three rustically styled bedrooms. A stay here may feel much like being at home, thanks to the well-appointed kitchens, dining rooms, and balconies.
The Limelight Lodge is centrally located across from Wagner Park and three blocks from the 1A lift at Aspen Mountain. Once a 1950’s folk bar, the four-story, 126-guest room property was renovated and reopened in 2008 as a ski lodge.
The Sky Hotel is located at the bottom of the Silver Queen Gondola, which ascends to the summit of Aspen Mountain. Renovated by Kimpton Hotels in 2002, the Sky mixes bright colors and animal prints in its 90 guest rooms and suites.
179-room brick hotel between Aspen Mountain's 2 main ski lifts. Suites come with butler service.