St. Regis Resort

Aspen, Colorado

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Accommodations: 155 Guest Rooms and 24 Suites, some of each with fireplaces
Ski Trail Map: Aspen Mountain (Ajax) Trail Map - 396kb
Aspen Highlands Trail Map - 348kb
Buttermilk Trail Map - 324kb
Snowmass Trail Map - 336kb
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The St. Regis Resort in the majestic and historic town of Aspen, is a perfect environment for superb winter skiing, summer sports and the arts. The St. Regis is a member of the Starwood Hotels family, world-renowned for their high level of quality and luxury, and the St. Regis delivers on that reputation with a benchmark of personalized service and unending attention to detail amidst the relaxed spirit of the Rocky Mountains.  Having recently undergone a $37 million renovation, their 179 guestrooms and suites, heated outdoor pool, and brand new Remède Spa ensure that guests enjoy nothing less than a remarkable experience.

The St. Regis is located just a few steps away from world-famous Aspen Mountain, as well as numerous boutiques, galleries, restaurants and nightlife - and a walk in downtown Aspen on a brisk winter evening to explore and enjoy the holiday lights is a magical experience not to be missed.


The St. Regis Resort offers a total of 179 guest rooms and suites, including 17 One Bedroom Suites (2 of which are Loft Suites with fireplaces), 5 Junior Suites, and 2 Presidential Suites.  16 of the Guestrooms are new and feature fireplaces.   Most of the rooms retain a charmingly historic ambiance, but the rooms in the brand-new Red Mountain wing feature a more modern decor.  Deluxe rooms offer a view of the mountains.

All rooms feature:

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  • Heavenly Beds with Frette Bedding
  • 30" Flat screen, LCD televisions
  • DVD players
  • In-room digital music, movies & game system
  • High-speed wired and wireless internet
  • Facsimile equipment in all suites
  • Multiple cordless telephones
  • BOSE CD/Clock Radio
  • Personalized stocked refrigerator
  • Twice daily housekeeping, including nightly turndown
  • Humidifiers
  • Marble bathrooms with double vanities
  • Luxurious bath amenities and linens

Non-smoking rooms are available but should be requested in advance to guarantee availability.

For guests preferring additional privacy and attention, the Alpine Floor (fourth floor) is accessible by key-activated elevator only and offers a private lounge, butler service, and personal concierge service.  Complimentary food and beverage presentations include continental breakfast, light luncheon, afternoon refreshments, hors d'oeuvres and a variety of beverages served throughout the day and evening.   The Alpine Floor Lounge was completely redesigned and redecorated March, 2005.

Hotel Amenities
  • Complimentary Airport Transfers to/from Aspen Airport
  • On-site Fitness Center
  • Outdoor heated pool and hot tubs
  • The Alpine Back Institute - a non-medical back care and wellness center
  • Full Service European-style Spa
  • Complete Concierge services
  • 24-Hour Valet parking
  • Ski shuttle to slopes
  • Babysitting
  • 1 Indoor Lounge/Bar and 1 outdoor Pool Bar
  • On-site Restaurant
  • 24-hour Room Service
  • Complimentary morning newspaper
  • On-site Gift Shop
  • Business Services, Meeting Rooms, and a Convention Center

Aspen boasts four distinct ski areas - Aspen Mountain (known locally as Ajax), Buttermilk, Snowmass, and Aspen Highlands - each offers a different experience and suitability for different levels of skill.

Hotel Jerome Skiing photoAspen Mountain is well-known for it's expert and double-diamond runs - this 675-acre mountain is known for steeps and bumps and is a favorite among upper-intermediate and advanced skiers, but it's really not the place for anyone who is just learning to ski.  

On the other hand, Buttermilk is great for beginners, and is considered one of the premiere learning mountains in the country.  Most of Buttermilk's 420 acres are groomed each night and 74 percent of Buttermilk's ski and snowboard terrain is rated beginner or intermediate.  Buttermilk is also a snowboarder's paradise since the addition of Crazy T'rain, the world's longest terrain park.

Snowmass is very popular with families and groups for its variety of runs serving all levels of skiers.  Snowmass is a massive mountain, offering incredible and varied terrain for skiing and snowboarding.  It is said to be the open-glade cruising capital with good terrain for all skills, all ages, all passions -- and fast lifts and very long runs.  At Snowmass you'll find 3,100 acres of cruisers, steeps, 3 terrain parks, a massive superpipe, and an intense railyard.  It's a virtual Mecca for families and skiing/snowboarding enthusiasts.

Aspen Highlands challenges the skills and courage of snowboarders and skiers, from beginner to expert.  Steeps, glades and powder stashes drop from the sides of long, groomed cruisers.  What the mountain lacks in the park/pipe department, it makes up for ten fold in the vertical area.  Known for its amazing bowls, Aspen Highlands is the place for big-mountain skiing in its world famous Highland Bowl, Olympic Bowl and Steeplechase.  Enjoy the wide-open runs or, for the ultimate ski/snowboarding experience, step it up a level with a snowcat ride to the first access gate then continue to hike to the renowned descents of the recently expanded Highland Bowl.


The St. Regis Resort boasts one of Aspen's finest restaurants, the award-winning Olives Aspen, under the direction of celebrity chef Todd English.  Modeled after his popular eateries in Boston, Washington, New York, Tokyo and Las Vegas, Olives Aspen showcases English's award-winning, creative, Mediterranean-inspired cuisine with an Aspen flare.  Savor big, robust food bursting with garlic.  Feel the energy, driven by Olives' trademark exhibition kitchen.  Make new friends while dining at the community table. Relax with an après-ski drink around an outdoor fire pit.  This is the Olives Aspen experience.

St. Regis Resort Dining photoFeel like taking an afternoon off from skiing?  Then be sure to sign up for the cooking classes offered at the St. Regis - this 2-hour program includes hands-on cooking for all participants, where you'll sample the chef’s creations and receive his recipes.  Classes are offered in Olives Restaurant from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm through January, range from $50.00-$75.00 per person per class, and can each accommodate 15 guests.  Each participant will also receive a 20% discount on food and beverage in Olives Aspen.

In addition, the St. Regis Resort also has two on-site bars - the Shadow Mountain Lounge, where guests may enjoy the afternoon or evening in this casual and comfortable gathering spot, featuring dramatic views of Aspen Mountain, a magnificent granite fireplace and live music.  A light menu is offered with cocktails, aperitifs, wines and an extensive selection of domestic and imported beers.  There is also the Ice Bar, located outdoors by the pool area, subtly lit and heated under the crisp starry sky.  During the winter season, the St. Regis offers complimentary hot chocolate and s'mores at the Ice Bar between 4pm and 6pm, the perfect time for unwinding with family and friends in the pool or hot tubs.  They also have a selection of hot cider, hot toddies and cocktails, as well as soft drinks.

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