What can I say about the St. Regis in Aspen--it is wonderful! We stayed in the hotel in a 1 bedroom suite for 1 night before moving to the Residence Club for the remainder of our stay.
The Residence Club is truly special. You have your own check in and your own concierge that's completely separate from the main hotel. They have a huge selection of movies that you can check out (for no charge!) We stayed in a 2 bedroom, 2 and a half bath unit. Full kitchen with a dining room and large family room with a sleeper sofa. Washer/Dryer was great to have. This is definitely the way to do a ski trip. The feel of this resort is elegant but comfortable. It is definitely a great place for families--our nine year old loves it here. The staff is extremely helpful and friendly and eager to help. Although I must point out that by the end of March, most locals in Aspen are fed up with all the tourists and their "entitled" attitudes so my advice is to just be nice and smile and hopefully they (the locals) will be nice back.
The food in the hotel is excellent--all the in-room dining choices come from Olives and they were very fast with the orders. Great restaurants to choose from in Aspen--highly recommend Cache Cache, D19, and Takah Sushi
Housekeeping was excellent--always cleaned while we were skiing but never came to early or late. Turn down service at night is not just turn down, but another quick clean too which was nice. They'll empty the dishwasher too--wish I could bring them home with me.
Ski conditions were amazing and did the majority of our skiing at Snowmass. Our nine year old did lessons with an instructor there and it was great. The other family that stayed with us had their kids in ski school and both were skiing very well by the end of our stay--they were 7 & 4 and had never skied before. The new Treehouse Village for the kids is awesome. Most people with kids ski at Snowmass--there's just alot to do there and there are plenty of easy greens and blues to ski. Aspen and Aspen Highlands are definitely for more experienced skiers and Buttermilk is small but fairly easy. The snowboarders really enjoy Buttermilk too. Public bus transportation is very reliable and efficient--you really don't need a car at all this time of year here. The buses run about every 10-15 minutes from the bus station to all the mountains and it's right across from the hotel. The hotel has a couple of cars too that will take you anywhere in town. And Aspen is very easy to walk around as well.
Remede Spa is one of the nicest facilities I've been in. The relaxation room with the oxygen treatments is amazing and snacks, teas, citrus water, & champagne are abundant. Had a massage and a facial and they were great!
Highly recommend this resort if you're going to Aspen. It's expensive but well worth it.
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- The lavishly renovated St. Regis Aspen Resort offers a luxurious spa; world-renowned winter sports like skiing, sledding, and snowboarding; fine dining; and impressive event spaces in Colorado. ... more less
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- The St. Regis Aspen Resort Hotel Aspen
- St Regis Aspen
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