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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
  • READ MORE: 72 Hours in Aspen


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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City slicker opulence in a mountain setting with inventive restaurants and a sizzling poolside apres scene

The Lowdown

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

The St. Regis Aspen Resort
315 East Dean St.
Aspen, CO 81611 United States


4.5 Very Good 1083 Reviews
60 is the new 40!
Reviewed 13 hours ago

I decided to come with friends to Aspen to celebrate my bday. We went to the St Regis Resort for après ski and what a great spot. Our server Marius made sure our glasses were never empty. We had so much fun , we went back again the next day. Our last night, we had dinner at the EMP winter house. We enjoyed a delicious 3 course meal in a yurt. What a fabulous way to end a very special birthday.

Mark at mountain social is the best!
Reviewed 4 days ago

Mark and Eric at mountain social are the epitome of bartender hospitality. Great cocktails, excellent serving. They even steam cleaned my rings...keeps me coming back regularly and easily justifying the pricey cocktails! Throw in Smokin’ joe on guitar and you got yourself an evening

AMAZING hotel, but really lacking great ski valet services
Reviewed 4 days ago

The St Regis Aspen is absolutely stunning. The hotel is exactly what you would think a 5* ski resort should look like. It’s warm, inviting, but very luxurious. Our room was beautifully appointed, and we enjoyed the best signature St Regis butler service we’ve had at any St Regis property. The breakfast is fantastic, we loved the lobby bar, and dinner at EMP Winter House was also super memorable.

That said...I have never stayed at a luxury ski resort that didn’t have a proper ski valet. What this means is someone waiting at the base of the mountain, usually with a flag that says St Regis or Four Seasons etc, to collect your skis so you don’t have to lug them around. Even some non-luxury ski mountain hotels offer them. So how does the St Regis not? The rental shop across the street will gladly store your skis for you, but that is not a true ski valet. Lugging ski gear around town is quite annoying, as any skier knows, so I would have expected the St Regis to make this easier for their guests. This was the only disappointing part of our stay.

If the St Regis Aspen were not a ski resort, I would say this was a perfect stay.

Lovely stay in off-season
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was my first and most-likely last trip to Aspen. What was meant to be a 7-night stay was cut short due to altitude sickness. The management refused to refund us any money since we were within our 30-day cancellation. LOL
I did have one of the BEST massages of my life here, though. The spa was quote dark for my taste.
The restaurant and food were good. The room was enormous and the bathroom even more-so.

Amazing Bartenders and Service
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My friend and I booked a last minute trip for 2 nights at the St. Regis in Aspen. The hotel is great, the service is amazing. Since this was a quick trip for pleasure, we spent a decent amount of time at the bar, and it didn’t disappoint. Mark and D.K. Are master bartenders and delightful. 10 out of 10. The concierge staff are very efficient and friendly. It was a nice trip.