The St. Regis Aspen Resort
What We Love
- An outdoor heated swimming pool and three hot tubs with a mountain backdrop
- The award-winning Remède Spa
- The famous, highly personalized St. Regis butler service
- The winter menu at the Chef’s Club features Food & Wine’s Best New Chef award winners, who contribute dishes and make appearances
What To Know
- WiFi costs $15 per day
- The hotel caters to a wide range of guests, from honeymooners to avid skiers to extended families
- Ideal location at the base of Aspen Mountain and steps from town
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- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
This luxe Alpine retreat pulls off the rare trick of being both cozy and opulent. Set at the base of majestic Aspen Mountain and close to the famed slopes of Snowmass and Aspen Highlands, the warm red brick exterior is the icing on the cake of the gilded-yet-discreet brand of décor synonymous with the New York flagship. Apart from rich wood paneling and the occasional snowflake print, the resort avoids the woodsy, antler-riddled cliches of Alpine lodges, instead making subtle use of silver and lavender tones and luxurious touches like teardrop chandeliers and a grand staircase with mirrored panels. Apres-ski is a breeze thanks to the hot tubs, heated pool-with-a-view and Remede Spa, which offers a signature massage with aromatherapy, a warm paraffin foot wrap and a scalp massage with essential oils.
In the Area
Aspen, once a silver mining town, now attracts riches of a different kind. A well-heeled crowd sweeps in each winter to ski the famous surrounding slopes, but there’s plenty of other action year-round. Visit the Aspen Art Museum for thought-provoking contemporary art or take in a concert at the historic 1880s Wheeler Opera House, which has hosted talents from Oprah Winfrey to soprano Renee Fleming. Refuel with a carnivorous feast at one of the town’s most acclaimed tables, Steakhouse 316, helmed by rising star chef Kathleen Crook, then let one of the talented mixologists at Justice Snow’s shake up a Pisco Sour to warm you up for the walk home.
How to Get There
We hold events in various popular local venues in Aspen to connect our locals closer together. The event in Velvet Buck at St. Regis Aspen was a lovely place to hold a conversation with close to 100 people. The staff was over the top with service, with Christopher Becker at the helm. It was a wonderful experience.
The St Regis Aspen is the perfect resort hideaway to spend a leisure or active fall day in Aspen. Centrally located to great hiking, cycling, dining, and shopping, and offers magnificent mountain views. The well trained team of hospitable staff members were extremely professional and welcoming throughout our stay. The large balcony suites are over the top with modern marble bathrooms and magnificent views! An added bonus is the car service available to hotel guests! The resort offers a variety of lounging areas with warm fireplaces inside and out and a great bar and lounge. We were particularly impressed with the many foreign staff hospitality members who each exude their love for the resort and Aspen. They each added a unique culture to our experience! We will definitely return to this 5 star resort!
Yes yes yes! Didn’t even want to leave the hotel to explore Aspen. The quality of everything was amazing: food, service, furniture, interior design, etc....Couldn’t ask for more. Great hot tub and pool too. Family members brought a dog and the hotel really appreciates well behaved pets by supporting with a pet menu and pet accessories. Can’t wait to return.
We were told deposit would be refunded if my wife's illness was documented by a doctor. We did that, and deposit refund was refused anyway by a needlessly rude reservations manager. Resorts and other hotels need to have deposit refund deadlines to stay in business. Of course. They also need to be straight with customers, staff properly, and maintain reasonable politeness under strained circumstances. Step up, St. Regis.
We stayed for a conference in the fall. The hotel managed a large group well. The location is convenient in town and the rooms are comfortable. I haven’t stayed during ski season. At a similar price, for skiing I think I’d stay at Little Nel’s for its location, but I imagine this would also be a comfortable option.