Aspen Highlands Ski Resort Lodging

Aspen Highlands Ski Resort Lodging

When you come to Aspen Highlands Ski Resort, it’s a good idea to stay close to the slopes so that you can make the most of your skiing time. Luckily, Aspen has plenty of lodging options to choose from.

One of the most popular choices is a deluxe room at the Ritz-Carlton Club, Aspen Highlands. These rooms offer premier access to the ski slopes and are accompanied by luxurious amenities such as a spa and fitness center.

Aspen Mountain Lodge

Aspen Mountain Lodge is an ideal choice for skiers and snowboarders looking to stay in a comfortable, convenient and affordable hotel. It is located just a short walk from the Aspen Mountain Gondola and close to downtown Aspen for dining and nightlife.

Guests can expect a range of amenities at Aspen Mountain Lodge, including a heated pool and hot tub. The deluxe rooms feature private balconies and en suite Jacuzzi baths.

A complimentary breakfast is served daily in the dining room and is a great way to start off your day. There are also a variety of teas and coffee available to drink.

The lodge is only a short drive from Aspen Mountain and the Silver Queen Gondola, and offers free shuttle service to and from the resort. It also has an on-site ski storage area and a concierge.

Aspen Square Condominium Hotel

Located in the heart of downtown Aspen, this cozy condominium hotel is a warmly welcoming property, surrounded by unique shops, great restaurants and a lively apres ski scene. Across from the Silver Queen Gondola, Aspen Square offers comfortable condominium lodging paired with unrivaled hospitality and outstanding service.

Our 101 suites range from cozy fireplace studios to one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums. All include a full kitchen, private balcony and flexible bedding options to accommodate singles, couples and families.

Each condo is individually owned and decorated, reflecting the owners’ influences. Some have traditional ski lodge decor, while others look more contemporary with understated modern furnishings and high-tech amenities.

All studios have full kitchens, wood-burning fireplaces and private balconies with scenic mountain views. Many feature separate dining and sitting areas. Some also have washers and dryers. The bathrooms have granite counters and stone showers.

Ritz-Carlton Club

Experience true ski-in, ski-out access at the prestigious Ritz-Carlton Club. It sits at the base of Aspen Highlands, home to the legendary “Highland Bowl.” Authentic Western ambience and renowned services in the tradition of The Ritz-Carlton(r) combine for a truly unique and memorable vacation.

Ideally situated, the resort offers true ski-in, ski-out access to Aspen Highlands, as well as complimentary shuttle service to downtown Aspen and the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport (aka Sardy Field). It’s just five minutes from Aspen, so you can be in the heart of everything this remarkable mountain town has to offer.

The Ritz-Carlton Club has spacious two and three bedroom luxury condominiums that live more like a classic mountain home with rich leather couches, warm wood finishes and natural stone fireplaces. Each residence is stocked with Frette linens, flatscreen TVs and luxurious master baths with heated Italian marble floors and double vanities.

The Ritz-Carlton Club also has an on-site restaurant, Willow Creek Bistro, and Caffe Sienna, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Additional amenities include the Members’ Lounge with hosted apres-ski gatherings, a private spa and fitness center, and two slopeside heated pools and hot tubs.

Aspen Highlands Lodge

If you’re looking for a family-friendly, ski-in-ski-out Aspen hotel, then Aspen Highlands Lodge is a great choice. It’s located just a few minutes from Aspen Mountain and the Silver Queen Gondola, and it offers an outdoor pool, free breakfast and ski storage.

It also has a fireplace and a hot tub, which is perfect for relaxing after a long day on the slopes. Rooms feature a work desk, a flat-screen cable TV and a small refrigerator.

The resort serves a free breakfast, which includes made-to-order omelets, and it holds a gluhwein reception every week during ski season. Other amenities include a ski shuttle and a business center.

Aspen Highlands is a bit smaller than Snowmass, but it has some fun terrain. It’s known for its expert terrain, back bowls and a lively apres scene at Cloud Nine Aspen Bistro.