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675 E. Durant Ave., Aspen, CO 81611, United States | 855/920-4600
A skier’s paradise, the Little Nell boasts Aspen’s best address. The ski-in/ski-out resort offers the utmost in luxurious digs, which earned it a score of 94.667 in T+L’s Worlds Best survey. Spacious rooms have heated marble floors, fireplaces, soaking tubs, and plush goose-down linens. The pet-friendly hotel even has comfy dog beds and in-room pet menus. The Element 47 lounge is perfect for a meal or après-ski cocktail.
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Price Range
$$$$
Amenities
Spa, Pool, Free WiFi, Skiing, Fitness center, Kids program or on-site childcare
Features
Modern style, Family-friendly
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Aspen's singular ski-in/ski-out property is also its most glamorous address. It doesn't hurt that almost every single guest is swathed in Loro Piana cashmere and Prada skiwear, many carrying designer dogs to match their duds (the in-room pet dining menu and dog beds make it perfect for pet-porting travelers). The 92 spacious rooms, recently touched up by designer Holly Hunt, blend classic Aspen touches with a residential warmth.   Rooms feature gas fireplaces, plasma TVs, and marble bathrooms. As cozy-chic as the rooms are, you may prefer being seen at the new bar, Element 47, sipping a Silver Lining (Colorado vodka and blood orange puree topped with an edible silver Aspen leaf) while weighing the virtues of hedge funds.

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Little Nell

Aspen's singular ski-in/ski-out property is also its most glamorous address. It doesn't hurt that almost every single guest is swathed in Loro Piana cashmere and Prada skiwear, many carrying designer dogs to match their duds (the in-room pet dining menu and dog beds make it perfect for pet-porting travelers). The 92 spacious rooms, recently touched up by designer Holly Hunt, blend classic Aspen touches with a residential warmth.   Rooms feature gas fireplaces, plasma TVs, and marble bathrooms. As cozy-chic as the rooms are, you may prefer being seen at the new bar, Element 47, sipping a Silver Lining (Colorado vodka and blood orange puree topped with an edible silver Aspen leaf) while weighing the virtues of hedge funds.