Aspen Highlands Ski Resort Lodging

Aspen Highlands Ski Resort Lodging

If you’re planning a ski trip to Aspen Highlands, we’ve got the perfect lodging for you. From cozy cabins to luxurious 5-star hotels, there’s something for everyone.

210 Cooper Condominiums is centrally located in Aspen, less than two blocks from the Gondola. It offers free parking, Wi-Fi and breakfast plus a hot tub and pool.

Aspen Meadows Resort

Located on 40 acres beside the Roaring Fork River, Aspen Meadows Resort offers a Bauhaus-inspired wonderland set against the breathtaking backdrop of the Rocky Mountains. The upscale property is known for its historic design, award-winning cuisine and attentive, friendly service.

Guests can enjoy the resort’s amenities, including 2 on-site dining options and a bar, an outdoor year-round pool, state-of-the-art fitness facilities and free local transportation to Aspen. In addition, Aspen Meadows Resort is a great base for exploring the surrounding area’s many recreational activities.

Rooms at Aspen Meadows Resort are spacious and well-appointed with all the modern conveniences. Some accommodations even offer views of the mountains and a private balcony. There’s also complimentary Wi-Fi access and mini fridges in each room. The hotel also provides a 24-hour front desk and concierge service, as well as ski valet service.

The Lodge at Aspen Meadows

The Lodge at Aspen Meadows, an all-suite resort on 40 acres beside the Roaring Fork River in Aspen’s historic west end is the perfect place to unwind. Only 1.5 miles from downtown Aspen, the resort’s 98 Bauhaus inspired guest suites average 600-750 square feet and have floor to ceiling windows, wet bars and pull out sleeper sofas.

Guests of this Aspen Meadows ski in/ski out resort enjoy complimentary shuttle service to and from the Silver Queen Gondola, and access to the Mountain Health Spa, Montagna Fine Dining restaurant and five tennis courts on property.

The resort is also ideal for families with its year-round outdoor saltwater pool, free bike rentals and location near Anderson Park and Rio Grande Trail for easy access to family activities like hiking, biking, fly fishing and golfing. During the summer, visitors can enjoy events on site such as concerts, Gold Medal fly fishing, the Aspen Music Festival main tent and more.

The Little Nell

Located just steps from the Silver Queen Gondola, The Little Nell is a 5-star ski resort hotel. Guests can enjoy a range of amenities including an outdoor pool and a Jacuzzi.

The Little Nell is also home to Element 47, a Forbes Five Star restaurant that serves New American cuisine. This is an ideal place to dine after a long day on the slopes.

While staying at The Little Nell, you can take advantage of the concierge service and skiing shuttle to all of Aspen’s four mountains. This is an excellent way to get the most out of your vacation.

The Little Nell offers 92 unique guest rooms, with 26 premium rooms and 11 suites. Residential designer Holly Hunt infused these spaces with warm palettes of cream, blue and chocolate, offset by plush textured fabrics and original modern art.

The Aspen Highlands

The Aspen Highlands is one of the best-known and most-visited ski resorts in the world. The steep and challenging skiing on offer here is a big draw.

For advanced skiers, there are plenty of black diamond runs to enjoy, and the backcountry skiing here is also excellent. However, you should be prepared for a significant hike to access the more challenging terrain here.

Despite its small size, Aspen Highlands boasts some of the best ski slopes in all of Colorado. The front side offers beautiful groomers like Meadows, Kandahar and Gunbarrel.

The ski area is crowned by the Highland Bowl, which features some of the most challenging and humbling backcountry skiing in the country. The steep open bowl fans down to tight trees and some of the pitches are as steep as 48 degrees.