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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
At the bottom of snowy slopes lies a gorgeous hotel; hieratic and majestic red brick palace with attention to details from a professional, dedicated and discrete staff. Rooms are spacious, clean, and your needs met in advance. I loved the incredible spa and bronze sculptures of signature animals of the region. Perfect location for business and leisure. Thanks to all of you there at St Regis
Beautiful hotel that pays true attention to detail. Rooms are exquisitely clean, with comfortable beds and lots of nice little amenities. Friendly staff, amazing spa and great location to explore the town.
Our trip here didn’t start well. A winter storm in Denver and Aspen resulted in our flight being cancelled. Through not fault of ours we could not make it. A St. Regis employee said no exceptions are made, and we would have to pay for the night. They suggested that we rent a car or hire a private car (for $960). I am surprised that they wanted us to take the risk of driving from Denver to Aspen in winter conditions. I know several people that tried it and had to stop. One couple even ran off the road. We paid for a hotel in Denver and the St. Regis to keep from taking unnecessary risk. That policy needs to change.
The above having been said our stay was wonderful. We were greeted by Kitty the hotel dog and a very nice group of people. The hotel and our room were beautiful and comfortable. The food is excellent. The decor is unparalleled. The fitness facility is very well equipped. The staff is very friendly. The hotel/resort richly deserves 5 out of 5.