Despite its modest footprint, Aspen Highlands Ski Resort offers a variety of lodging options for skiers and riders looking to stay within close proximity to the slopes.
Wild but always welcoming, Highlands is a place to push hard and play hard. Whether you’re carving new lines on expert terrain, hiking the Bowl or reaching new heights of revelry at Cloud Nine, Highlands has something for everyone.
Experience the best of the Aspen Highlands Ski Resort with luxury ski-in, ski-out lodging at the Ritz-Carlton. This members-only Residence Club combines hotel services with spacious living quarters to offer a vacation that is unmatched in its luxury and amenities.
This upscale resort features a variety of accommodations, including a three-bedroom condominium with a wood-burning fireplace. It also offers a ski valet service and an on-site spa and fitness center.
The three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit boasts a spacious living room with a fireplace and a balcony with mountain views. It has a fully-equipped kitchen and a dining table that seats eight.
The master bedroom has heated Italian marble floors and a large vanity mirror. The bathroom features a marbled bathtub and separate shower. The suite comes with Frette linens and a flatscreen TV. It also includes air conditioning and a washer and dryer. The Ritz-Carlton Aspen Highlands has an on-site concierge that can help you with ski storage and tuning.
The Little Nell
The Little Nell is a ski-in/ski-out hotel located right on the slopes of Aspen Mountain, making it the perfect choice for those seeking luxury Aspen Highlands Ski Resort Lodging. Its 92 guest rooms and suites have been designed with your comfort in mind.
Guests also enjoy additional amenities such as a fitness room, spa wellness center and a heated outdoor pool. The property is conveniently located close to some of Aspen’s best shopping, dining and nightlife spots.
The property’s Ski Concierge team is here to provide an unforgettable Aspen Highlands skiing experience, with access to boot-warming, custom ski tune-ups, storage, ski and snowboard lessons, slope conditions, transportation services and adventure planning. They can arrange exclusive adventures like snowcat powder tours and first tracks with the mountain’s ski patrol.
The Lodge at Aspen
The Lodge at Aspen is the only Five-Star, Five-Diamond ski-in/ski-out hotel in Aspen, offering luxurious amenities and personalized service, plus breathtaking mountain views. Located just steps from the Silver Queen Gondola, it’s also in the heart of Aspen’s cosmopolitan-meets-ski-town vibe.
Aspen Highlands offers a wide range of expert terrain that is perfect for intermediate and advanced skiers. There are also several steeps that offer plenty of powder for the more adventurous.
In addition to great skiing, Aspen Highlands is home to the legendary Highland Bowl. This is a place where experts can push their limits, and they get to do it by hiking the bowl in their ski or snowboard boots.
Boot packing the bowl is a grueling but rewarding experience that bonds the base of the snow to the ground, allowing the Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol to open the longest and steepest skiing in Colorado. Locals who volunteer for 15 days of packing are given a full ski pass, and they get to work with the patrol.
Independence Square is a historic hotel that is nestled in the heart of downtown Aspen on the Cooper Avenue walking mall and one block to Aspen Mountain’s Silver Queen Gondola. Its guest rooms and condominiums feature unique decor and the common spaces were renovated in 2017 to bring this historic property into the modern era.
This Aspen Highlands ski resort lodging is a great choice for solo travellers and couples on ski holidays. The hotel offers cosy standard rooms as well as larger one-bedroom suites and self-contained condos that are perfect for small families.
The hotel is located in a great spot for exploring Aspen’s mountains and downtown town centre, with shops, restaurants, bars and parks just on your doorstep. It’s also very close to the Rubey Park bus station which offers free shuttles to Buttermilk, Snowmass and Highlands.
Rooms vary from cosy king bedrooms to more spacious Premier suites with full kitchens and dining areas. Each unit is equipped with a flat screen TV, hardwood floors, sitting area and unique decorations that are either town or mountain themed.