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Inn at Aspen by Wyndham Vacation Rentals - Aspen Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Inn at Aspen by Wyndham Vacation Rentals

38750 Highway 82, Aspen - Map
"The hotel made me feel welcome"
The bathroom needs some serious updating, Peeling paint in the tub, mismatched tiles, pink corian yuk. The mattresses were horrible and lumpy. Otherwise great location, pool, hotub, nice lobbey, free shuttle bus
This hotel is located at the bottom of Buttermilk Mountain, Aspen's most family-oriented ski area, and is adjacent to the …More
Aspen Meadows Resort - Aspen Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Aspen Meadows Resort

845 Meadows Rd, Aspen - Map
"Staff very nice and accommodating"
Excellent place to stay. Very convenient,Great service in restaurant, beautiful view, spacious rooms( like a suite)! Good amenity area with steam,pool,exercise room,etc. very short walk to downtown Aspen. My son lives downtown and I was SO pleased with these accommodations. I will sty here on my next visit. Could not have been more pleasant!
Lvthisplace from Atlanta, GA, USA
On the Roaring ForkMore
Holiday Inn Express Snowmass Village - Snowmass Village Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Holiday Inn Express Snowmass Village

40 Elbert Lane, Snowmass Village - Map
1.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)
Within easy reach of the slopes, this Snowmass Village resort is in the mountains, just minutes from Snowmass Ski Area and …More
Limelight Hotel Aspen - Aspen Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Limelight Hotel Aspen

355 S. Monarch St, Aspen - Map
"Very good place, overall"
Friendly staff, nice room, good pizza, good breakfast. However, on the third night of our three night stay, a large group of children arrived for a hockey tournament. Their noise and unsupervised activity (the adults were busy at the bar) made the third night and breakfast the following day somewhat unpleasant. The Limelight is not set up to handle a large and rambunctious crowd for the Continental breakfast. Other than that, our stay was quite good. The hotel is located a short walk from most interesting places in Aspen, plus it has free bikes for guests and is relatively close to a bike trail.
WanderDog from Tennessee
Limelight Hotel is located 1 mile from Aspen Mountain and 3 miles from Buttermilk Mountain Ski Area. Aspen Highlands are 5 …More
The Stonebridge Inn - Destination Hotels & Resorts - Snowmass Village Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Stonebridge Inn - Destination Hotels & Resorts

300 Carriage Way, Snowmass Village - Map
"Very Enjoyable and Much Improved "
We stayed here in March of 2014 and had a few issues (small). At that time, the General Manager went way out of his way to address things and make them right. This is the primary reason we returned to this property - January 2015. We could not have been happier with the visit. From the minute we were picked up at the airport by TYLER (van driver) to the check-in staff at the front desk, to the Restaurant staff things were Excellent. In particular, the restaurant has improved their service model and the manager there is doing an outstanding job...the food was always very good. Hats off to servers TIM and MELISSA for making our meal times special. Also, while I forget his name --- The Omelet chef is one of the most pleasant people I have ever come in contact with, plus he make a great omelet ! We also can not say enough about the other members of the Bell/Van staff... ADAM and DAVE ! It is evident that everyone here takes pride in their positions and goes way out of their way to make you feel at home. Thanks for a great trip, although far too short. We will definitely be back to see you all on a future trip.
Traveller from Milwaukee, Wisc
Within easy reach of the slopes, this Snowmass Village hotel is in the mountains, just minutes from Snowmass Ski Area and …More
Aspenalt Lodge - Basalt Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Aspenalt Lodge

157 Basalt Center Circle, Basalt - Map
"Stay was great"
Always a nice place to stay.  Always clean and the people are pleasant.
basstracker14 from Colorado Springs, CO
Sky Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel - Aspen Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sky Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel

709 E Durant Ave, Aspen - Map
"Nice hotel but expect to spend some money."
Nice hotel. Rooms were kind of small but nice there is no parking. But you can try to find a spot on the street or they will park it for you but they never mentioned that they were going to charge you daily for parking. Its a nice hotel but you pay for location, staff was friendly and the guys in the ski shop are helpful and friendly too. Very nice place to go see.
Sky Hotel - a Kimpton Hotel, located at the base of Aspen Mountain, is five miles from the airport and within three blocks of …More
The Innsbruck Luxury Condominiums Aspen - Aspen Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Innsbruck Luxury Condominiums Aspen

233 W Main Street, Aspen - Map
5.0 out of 5 (4 reviews)
This Aspen condo is just minutes from Wheeler Stallard House Museum, Aspen Mountain, and Wagner Park. Also nearby are Aspen …More
The Gant - Aspen - Aspen Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Gant - Aspen

610 S. West End, Aspen - Map
"Beautiful property!"
We loved our stay at The Gant! The resort staff was friendly and helpful, and upgraded us from a one bedroom to a two bedroom upon arrival. The condo was clean, had every imaginable amenity (including a Jacuzzi tub and steam shower), quiet, and spacious. The property was beautiful, and close to town! We loved the hot tub after a long day of hiking...can't wait to stay here again!
Kingston13 from Dallas, TX
In Ajax's shadowMore
Mountain House Lodge - Aspen Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Mountain House Lodge

905 E Hopkins Ave, Aspen - Map
2.7 out of 5 (3 reviews)
Within minutes of the slopes, this Aspen hotel is in the mountains and provides easy access to Hurst Theatre, Aspen Mountain …More

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    Aspen, Colorado, emerged quietly as a mountain-locked town in 1879. It rose to become one of the world's largest silver producers at the time before the silver market crash in 1893. The town then reverted back to its quiet state until Walter Paepcke arrived and built the town's first ski resort. Since the 1940s, Aspen has continued to grow as a renowned ski town with world-class slopes. Many of the theaters, residential mansions, and historic hotels in Aspen, CO, that emptied after the silver bust were restored by adventurous entrepreneurs. Modern Aspen hotels inspired by Scandinavian style emerged throughout the town.

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    Today, many hotels Aspen boasts can be found online at Travelocity. If you are searching for cheap vacation packages but don't want to sacrifice on quality, check out Travelocity to find great deals on Aspen lodging. Aspen provides the ideal atmosphere for relaxing vacations or mountain adventures. Book your hotel today and enjoy the trip of a lifetime!

    Attractions in Aspen

    Aspen, Colorado, boasts many seasonal attractions that visitors can enjoy. As a renowned ski town, Aspen boasts four different mountains that winter sports enthusiasts can use as their snowy playground. Buttermilk, Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, and Aspen Highlands are the four mountains that skiers can access. The best part about the variety of terrain is that you only need one lift ticket for all four mountains. Furthermore, many Aspen, Colorado, hotels are ski-in/ski-out, which allows their visitors to basically walk out the door and hop on the gondola.

    Although the town crowds with people during the winter, the fall, spring, and summer months can also provide the perfect setting for enjoying the Colorado Rockies and Aspen's attractions from one of the sophisticated Aspen hotels. Catch a show at the Wheeler Opera House, Aspen's premier venue for the performing arts. Explore the town's history by visiting the Holden-Marolt Mining and Ranching Museum or by touring the town on one of Aspen's many guided walking tours. The Smuggler Mine is one of the town's most famous silver mines: It produced a nugget of nearly pure silver that weighed close to a ton. Today, you can tour the mine on a historic guided tour.

    In addition to the historical attractions, the culture and arts scene in Aspen thrives with multiple events and festivals throughout the year. The Aspen Ideas Festival provokes the brightest minds in the world to gather in this Colorado mountain town. The Aspen Food & Wine Classic brings together the world's most accomplished chefs, winemakers, brewers, and culinary masters for a marvelous event attracting foodies and wine connoisseurs from around the globe. The internationally recognized Aspen Santa Fe Ballet brings dance to the town throughout the year. With plenty of cultural and historical attractions on top of the incredible beauty and legendary entertainment provided of Aspen's landscape, one will always be able to find enjoyment in this ski town.

    Things to Do in Aspen: Adventure

    For the adventurous spirit who enjoys the great outdoors and high excitement, Aspen has a large selection of exhilarating activities for the thrill-seeking visitor. As previously mentioned, this ski town has world-class slopes. If you are looking for a deal on lift tickets, purchase them in advance and enjoy more time on the slopes with less stress on your wallet. With only a few exceptions, the lifts will be your main form of transportation for long days on the slopes.

    For beginners, learn the basics on Snowmass Mountain or Buttermilk Mountain before tackling the more difficult slopes. For the most experienced skiers, feel the thrill while you zoom down the Aspen Highlands, with uncrowded terrain, intense 2,500-vertical-foot descents, and pitches up to 45 degrees. With around 5,285 acres, 336 marked trails, and 46 ski lifts, Aspen can satisfy the most avid skier.

    In the off season, the ski slopes are transformed into mountain-biking and hiking trails. Ride the gondola up and experience a wild ride speeding down the mountain on a fat-tire bike. Hike the many beautiful trails and see beautiful groves of aspen trees. Take a horseback-riding tour along the mountain ranges like the original silver miners traveling to Aspen in the 1800s. With skiing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, zip-lines, and balloon rides, Aspen has an exceptional variety of adventurous activities for the active individual or family.

    Things to Do in Aspen: Relax

    Although Aspen is an amazing winter playground, it is also a relaxing getaway from the everyday routine. Don't worry if skiing or mountain-biking isn't for you. Aspen has plenty of excellent restaurants, spas, shops, and cultural sights that will allow you to unwind and simply experience your stay in Aspen. Enjoy soothing massages and rejuvenating treatments at one of Aspen's spas. Before allowing a spa to melt away your worries, walk through the pedestrian mall in Aspen. Plenty of shops can be found here to fit any budget. After the spa, see a show at the theater, or with every kind of restaurant, from fast food to five-star, let your taste buds explore and indulge each night.

    Whether you are visiting Aspen for the ski slopes, renowned events, summer tranquility, or relaxing luxuries, make sure to research a variety of hotels in Aspen, Colorado, before booking your stay. Travelocity offers an effective platform for researching travel dates and hotels. Find the right hotel to fit your needs and have the most amazing vacation in Aspen, Colorado!

    When to Visit Aspen

    The best time to visit Aspen depends on your favorite attractions and activities. If you love to ski, there is no doubt that the best time to visit is during the winter. Because of Aspen's popularity during the ski season, however, the prices you pay for hotels will likely be higher than they would be during the off season. If you aren't looking to participate in winter sports, summer will allow you to soak up the sun and mountain air in Aspen. Enjoy a quieter atmosphere in the spring after the skiers have left for the season, or see the glorious colors of the leaves when visiting in the fall. Every season in Aspen has something for you. It depends completely on your tastes and what you want to do on your ideal vacation.

    Traveling to Aspen

    The nearest international airport to Aspen is in Denver, Colorado. However, Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is only minutes away from Aspen and is serviced by a few major airlines. If you don't want to pay extra to fly into the local airport, you will be looking forward to a four-hour drive through the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Be careful in the winter, as the roads could be icy or subject to snowstorms.

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