Aspen Highlands Ski Resort Lodging

Aspen Highlands Ski Resort Lodging

Aspen Highlands Ski Resort Lodging is a popular choice for those who want to be close to the action. Its slopes are only a short drive from downtown Aspen and offer an excellent variety of terrain for all skill levels.

For those who want to stay closer to the action, Aspen Highlands has several slopeside hotels and condos. Frias Properties of Aspen offers some great options with direct access to the Silver Queen Gondola on Aspen Mountain.

The Ritz Carlton

The Ritz Carlton is the ultimate ski-in/ski-out destination for skiers who crave luxury and service that exceeds the highest expectations. Located at the base of a 12,500-foot mountain, The Ritz Carlton Club(r), Aspen Highlands, offers convenient access to 125 pristine trails and the legendary Highland Bowl – a ski paradise for all levels of experience.

The renowned services at this members-only Residence Club mix authentic Western ambience with a touch of the inimitable The Ritz Carlton Tradition. Enjoy the comfort of your Club residence, surrounded by picture windows and breathtaking views that show you the true beauty of Aspen, Colorado.

Whether you choose a two-bedroom or three-bedroom condo, each unit is designed with sleek contemporary elegance. They’re crafted with white walls and rich wood accents, and feature large picture windows and a stone fireplace that keeps you cozy throughout your stay. Plus, the master bedrooms boast heated Italian marble floors and luxurious Frette linens.

The Little Nell

The Little Nell is a ski resort hotel that radiates true mountain-town splendor. It is a Forbes Five Star, AAA Five Diamond property that boasts 92 spacious guest rooms with Holly Hunt’s exclusive Studio H Furnishings. Each of the modern guest rooms features gas log fireplaces, down-filled sofas or lounge chairs, a fully stocked mini bar and city or mountain views.

This is the kind of place that attracts global elite, from business moguls to celebrities and political dignitaries. The hotel is surrounded by boutiques that would be at home on Rodeo Drive or the Champs Elysees, a dining scene that could host a Masterchef and four incredible mountains to ski on.

The Little Nell’s dedicated Ski Concierge will store skis, warm boots, wax yours and even schedule lessons for you. Plus, they will organize The Oasis – the world’s only ski-in, ski-out Champagne Bar that pops up on weekends offering Verve Clicquot in sun-drenched patios at the base of Aspen Mountain.

The Inn at Aspen

Located a quick walk from downtown Aspen, The Inn at Aspen offers charming accommodations and a variety of amenities that will make your stay as fun and exciting as possible. This hotel also provides easy access to world-class slopes and activities that you can enjoy while you are visiting the area.

A short bus ride away is Aspen Highlands, one of the most popular ski resorts in Aspen. It has terrain for every ability level and a great view of the Maroon Bells.

This family-friendly property is conveniently located near restaurants and shopping. It features an outdoor pool and free parking for guests.

The Inn at Aspen has 122 guest rooms and suites that feature microwaves, refrigerators, cable television, and complimentary wireless Internet access. Guests can also enjoy a cook-to-order breakfast.

The Inn at Aspen is situated in Aspen, a few miles from Aspen Mountain and Aspen Highlands Ski Resort. It offers a 24-hour front desk and complimentary airport shuttle service.

Buttermilk Mountain

Aspen is one of the world’s most beloved ski destinations, where guests can enjoy a unique mix of skiing and mountain-living experiences. Located in the heart of the Roaring Fork Valley, the four local “super quartet” mountains: Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk, offer a diverse array of terrain and experiences for skiers and riders of all abilities.

Known as the resort’s beginner and family mountain, Buttermilk boasts more than 400 acres of gently sloping groomers and wide-open ski trails. Compared to Aspen Mountain, Snowmass and Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk is a beginner’s paradise with a more laid-back vibe and less intimidating terrain parks.

Opening this January, Buttermilk’s reimagined base area will include an intuitive skier services building that acts as a one-stop shop for tickets, rentals and shopping. The building is powered by solar panels and cold climate heat pumps for a fully carbon-free experience.