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Discreetly tucked away down Dean Street in the heart of Aspen, the St. Regis is a bastion of mountain town luxury. Fresh from an interior remodel (completed in 2012) the property brings urban sophistication to the Rockies. Every guest room features a large marble bathroom with a separate bathtub (perfect for soaking after a day on the slopes). The lobby becomes a social hub in ski season and during big events such as the annual Food & Wine Classic. Order a drink and watch for star chefs as you take in the views of Aspen Mountain. If you’d rather be discreet, sneak away to the Library, and lounge on one of the couches. The signature St. Regis butler service caters to every whim at any hour, from securing lift tickets to scoring dinner reservations. When the weather turns cold, there’s no better place to warm up than the Remède Spa with its hot and cool plunge pools, steam caves, and an oxygen lounge, not to mention some of the best therapists in Colorado.
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Neighborhood Vibe
The St. Regis is steps from downtown Aspen’s shops, restaurants, and galleries and a short walk to the Silver Queen Gondola. In the summer months, have the hotel staff arrange a bike rental, and pedal up to scenic Maroon Bells. When you’ve acclimated to the high altitude, strap on your hiking boots and tackle the Ute Trail. For a mountain town, Aspen is surprisingly packed with culture. Catch a theater performance in the park, jazz at the Little Nell, or attend a lecture at the Aspen Institute. And of course come winter, Aspenites have one thing on their mind: snow. On a powder day, be in line early at the gondola to take some fresh turns on Aspen Mountain.
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The St. Regis is steps from downtown Aspen’s shops, restaurants, and galleries and a short walk to the Silver Queen Gondola. In the summer months, have the hotel staff arrange a bike rental, and pedal up to scenic Maroon Bells. When you’ve acclimated to the high altitude, strap on your hiking boots and tackle the Ute Trail. For a mountain town, Aspen is surprisingly packed with culture. Catch a theater performance in the park, jazz at the Little Nell, or attend a lecture at the Aspen Institute. And of course come winter, Aspenites have one thing on their mind: snow. On a powder day, be in line early at the gondola to take some fresh turns on Aspen Mountain.
Insider Tips
Who’s it for: Lovers of luxury; foodies; skiers who like to see and be seen; anyone who loves to be pampered by butlers.
Our favorite rooms: The presidential suites are absolutely worth the splurge. All three recently underwent a $40 million renovation, conceptualizing each room into a mountain manor, similar to what John Jacob Astor would have designed during the Gilded Age. With a balcony overlooking the St. Regis Aspen courtyard, the room offers stunning views of the property and of Aspen Mountain.
Sabering ritual: When John Jacob Astor founded the St. Regis New York in 1904, he started a tradition of gathering guests for a ceremonial champagne sabering to celebrate the transition from day into night. The tradition continues in Aspen at 4:45 p.m. each day.
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