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What We Love

  • Recently built rooms have up-to-date furnishings and appliances
  • Attentive service with an emphasis on local knowledge
  • Free airport transfers and off-street parking
  • Steam showers and Jacuzzi tubs in every unit
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What To Know

  • Units on Main Street can pick up some noise
  • The pool is small — good for a workout but not for splashing around
  • No restaurant or bar on-site
  • All units have full kitchens, stacked washer/dryers and air conditioning
  • One dog is permitted at an additional cost of $20 per night; pet-friendly rooms are subject to availability


  •  Babysitting
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
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The Review

The Innsbruck exemplifies both change and tradition. For years it was one of Aspen’s moderately priced small hotels, with basic but bright rooms that attracted a largely European clientele for its Bavarian style and warm, friendly service.

Rebuilt from the ground up as a private residence club and reopened in December 2007, the Innsbruck retains the same level of service while upping the quality of its accommodations — out with the basic, in with upscale cabin ambience.

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The furnishings combine softness — leather couches, gas fireplaces, warm red fabrics and rugs — with modern, rustic touches like artfully nicked alder cabinets, rough-edged granite countertops and slate flooring in the kitchen. It’s inviting, and also casual enough that I wouldn’t hesitate to bring along my four-year-old next time.

Unlike some residence clubs, which save the plum picks for owners, the Innsbruck offers short-term guests the same facilities and amenities. Those include 24-hour front desk and concierge service, an on-demand free shuttle that will take you anywhere you want within Aspen (including airport pickups), prearrival grocery shopping and access to a private dining/lounge area with a full kitchen where you can host larger groups or even call in a caterer. And there’s the personal touch: Just before my visit, one of the bellmen had used his day off to escort some guests to ski Highland Bowl, an unforgettable experience made even better by an insider’s perspective.

The Innsbruck doesn’t offer an abundance of additional facilities; the fitness room, game room and pool area are all serviceable but small. But with a relaxed place to call your own for a few days, a staff willing to get whatever you need, and all of Aspen at your doorstep, you’ll find it a welcoming base for discovering this unique mountain community.

How to Get There

The Innsbruck Luxury Condominiums Aspen
233 W Main Street
Aspen, CO 81611 United States


5.0 Excellent 293 Reviews
Outstanding hotel
Reviewed 1 day ago

On a Christmas ski trip, my wife and I had the pleasure of staying at The Innsbruck. The hotel, right on Main St, provided us easy access to everything that downtown Aspen had to offer within walking distance.

The hotel itself had a living and kitchen area as well as a back door to access our hotel room directly.

Good rooms good location
Reviewed 3 months ago

We stayed two weeks to ski. The suite of rooms was great; exactly as pictured; comfortable, efficient and charming. Our rooms were exactly what we wanted. There is a front desk manned 24 hours and a shuttle to drop us anywhere around town whenever we wanted. The location is ideal, close to town with walking distance to restaurants and boutiques and bus stops right outside the hotel for the other ski areas. Too far to walk to the town lift in ski boots. Too far to walk to City Market for supplies. Otherwise perfect. There is a BBQ which we used and its nice. The pool and hot tub we did not use: they are right by the road and who wants to sit 5 yards from passing traffic. Note this is not a hotel with any bar or restaurant - you get your suite with your own cooking facilities - or walk to one of many many restaurants and bars very nearby. Great place to ski from.

Anniversary Weekend
Reviewed 7 months ago

My husband and I stayed at the Innsbruck for 3 nights. Our one bedroom suite in The Innsbruck was absolutely beautiful. The place was tastefully furnished and large. It was clean and comfortable. The kitchen was fully stocked. We had a third floor corner unit facing the street, however because of all the beautiful evergreens we had a lot of privacy. The hotel went out of their way to make our stay absolutely wonderful. They knew we were celebrating our anniversary and left champagne, a delicious box of chocolates, towel swans, and a hand written note, wishing us a happy anniversary. That little extra touch made us feel special. We would definitely recommend. On a side note we did not use the pool or the Jacuzzi. Both looked clean but small.

Family Friendly
Reviewed 8 months ago

My family and I enjoyed out first stay in Aspens, CO. I fell in love with the beauty and natural landscape. The drive up from Colorado Springs was amazing, keep in mind that Independence Pass may be closed during this time of the year, thankfully when we went 1st week into 2nd week of October and the weather was high 60s - low 70s. I must say that the cost of food is more expensive in Aspen, we did go to City Market and cooked breakfast in our suite to help with the cost of food. We love that we could walk to the park with such beautiful weather, everyone was very pleasant. I have nothing negative to say about our Trip to Aspen. I came home with amazing pictures!!

Beautiful place, great shuttle service, good location
Reviewed 10 months ago

We stayed here for 4 nights with friends in a 2 bedroom presidential suite. My husband gives me a hard time about owning a timeshare sometimes but he is always asking when we will go back. The suite was amazing. 2 bedroom and 2 bathrooms. The rooms were large and everything was high end quality. There are several things from the suite we are using in the new design of our house including kitchen and the bathroom. We had never stayed anywhere so nice and when you see small hotel rooms for $500 a night this place is well worth the price if split between 2 couples. The location is within walking distance to slopes, shops, restaurants and grocery store but I wouldn't recommend it with gear. The shuttle service was included in our stay and was prompt when requested and even waited on us while we grocery shopped. The pool is heated and both the pool and hot tub are chlorinated. I can't wait to go back just to visit the suite... and I guess Aspen.