315 East Dean Street
Aspen, CO 81611
Fourth Night Free in the Rockies
Stay three nights at the gilded St. Regis Aspen Resort this winter and receive a fourth night free. Book and travel by April 16, 2018.
The St. Regis Aspen Resort is a Contemporary version of a Gilded Age mountainside manor, which provides an uncompromising base for arbiters of fine food and wine, connoisseurs of culture and adventure seekers.
The address is legendary, and ideally located at the base of Aspen Mountain within walking distance to all of Aspen’s renowned shopping, dining, entertainment and the perfect environment for superb winter and summer sports.
With 179 exquisite Guest Rooms and Suites, the St. Regis Aspen Resort offers breathtaking views and luxurious touches including Ralph Lauren desks and sleigh bed, flat screen televisions, Bose Wave CD/Radios, and 25 room/suites with fireplaces.
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 Noon
Number of Rooms: 179
The Deluxe King has one King size bed with Aspen town and surrounding mountain views. High Speed Internet Access, Pratesi Linens, Remede Bath products and personal concierge staff are among the amenities included. The Deluxe King measures approximately 400 square feet of relaxed western elegance, with leather chair and desk area.
The Deluxe Double Room has double beds with Aspen town and surrounding mountain views. High Speed Internet Access, Pratesi Linens, Remede Bath products and personal concierge staff are among the amenities included. The Deluxe Double Room measures approximately 400 square feet of relaxed western elegance, with leather chair and desk area.
The One-bedroom Suite consist of one King size bed, a living area, one and half bathrooms with separate shower and bathtub. The Suite measure approximately 820 square feet of relaxed western elegance with St. Regis Bed, leather chair and pullout sofa. All Suites at the St. Regis Aspen Resort feature the signature St. Regis Butler Service.
Ensuring every guestâ€™s stay is uniquely tailored to his or her needs, the signature St. Regis Butler sets the stage for an experience that caters to individual requests, no matter how great or small, at any hour of the day and night. St. Regis Butlers provide flawless personalized attention to each guest while in residence. It is the Butler's gracious pleasure to welcome upon arrival and provide for every need throughout the stay. From dinner reservations to theater tickets to a simple wake-up call, expectations will far be exceeded. Our signature St. Regis Butler services include packing/unpacking, delivery of morning tea/coffee, traditional shoe shine, and more. Suites Only
3,000 square feet state of the art fitness center is equipped with treadmills, recumbent bikes, spin bikes, elliptical and stair climbing machines. In additional to cardio equipment, weight lifting equipment, free weights, medicine balls, and abdominal balls are also available. Group Classes Classes change with the season and may include yoga, Pilates, athletic stretching, outdoor guided walks, spinning, and meditation.
For your next industry affair, might we suggest Aspen's largest and most prestigious meeting space? The St. Regis Aspen Resort proudly offers over 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor conference and banquet venues. This is the ideal space to gather with colleagues, provided you're able to focus on the matter at hand rather than the magnificent scenery.Our 14 fully equipped meeting spaces can accommodate special events and celebrations for up to 1,200 guests. The finest in audio/visual equipment is at the ready and corporate meeting planners will enjoy the services of a St. Regis Executive Meeting Specialist—a highly trained individual who will ensure your event transpires beautifully.
Aspen skiing is legendary, and for good reason. Here youâ€™ll find four captivating ski areas: Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. Each offers a unique terrain, ideal for every age and ability level from beginner to veteran.
World-class skiing is always a great winter sport option in Aspen, however there is a fascinating array of other activities from which to choose. Ice skating, winter fly fishing, snowshoeing, dog sleddingâ€¦the possibilities are endless.
Cross Country Skiing: As trails wind along Castle Creek and traverse through the Valley beneath the peaks of the Elk Mountain range, guests find themselves engulfed in beauty and silence. Lunch at the â€śfamousâ€ť Pine Creek Cookhouse may be included for an additional fee.Snowmobiling: Spend the day in the high country, snowmobiling past frozen blue crystal waterfalls and unsurpassed snowy vistas. Warm up in a rustic cabin with a hot lunch before riding back to Aspen for aprĂ¨s ski.
Snowshoe Tours: Learn the fundamentals of snowshoeing as you visit scenic trails with a naturalist guide. The fun terrain is appropriate for all abilities and fitness levels. A healthy snack is included or a gourmet lunch may be purchased for an additional cost.
Winter Fly Fishing: Mild winters and great fishing are an experience not to be missed. Fish in the Roaring Fork and other local streams. We also have a large selection of private water. Our onsite adventure guides with Aspen Outfitting can assist with excursion planning.Ice Skating: The Silver Circle Ice Rink is adjacent to the hotel. Aspenâ€™s only outdoor ice rink offers rentals and skating open daily from 10:00am to 10:00pm. If you prefer indoor ice skating, the City of Aspen Ice Garden offers daily public ice skating for all ages.
Dog Sledding This unique two-hour adventure offers trips on handcrafted sleds through spectacular Maroon Bells/Snowmass wilderness. Two and four passenger sleds are available for passengers of all ages.Shot Gun Shooting: Learn the traditional British method of clay and target shooting from one of Americaâ€™s top professionals. This half-day program offers individual or group lessons including targets and ammunition. Custom gun fitting is also available.
Available Equipment: For all your outdoor recreation equipment purchase and rental needs, please contact Aspen Sports onsite at the St. Regis Resort.
Aspen is a fantastic summer destination for those who love the outdoors. From fly fishing to horseback riding to whitewater rafting, there are a number of activities to get you out into the invigorating mountain air during the warmer months.
Tennis: Guests will be challenged to adjust their game to the thin air at this altitude. Four hard courts are available in the historic West End of Aspen. If you are interested in a tournament, a coordinator will facilitate a round robin tournament.Fly Fishing: The Roaring Fork Valley is a truly beautiful setting for both experienced anglers and complete beginners to â€śwet a lineâ€ť in one of our Gold Medal Rivers. Our onsite adventure guides with Aspen Outfitting can assist with excursion planning.
Mountain Biking Aspenâ€™s backcountry roads and trails appeal to all levels of cyclists. Downhill tours, overnight hut trips, and half and full day trips will take you through and over a variety of terrain.Whitewater Rafting: The Roaring Fork Valley is uniquely situated to provide an incredible variety of whitewater trips offering varying degrees of remoteness, difficulty and scenery. The summer months offer tremendous whitewater right at our back door!
Horseback Riding: Aspen offers horseback riding through breathtaking Aspen groves and up to the Snowmass Wilderness area. Enjoy the beautiful views that surround you. From beginning to experienced riders, there are a number of trips available to suit your needs.Hiking: Backcountry excursions (two - four hours) take you by winding rivers, through meadows of wildflowers and groves of Aspen trees. Hikes are led by experienced guides who discuss the areaâ€™s historical and geological backgrounds and the flora and fauna.
Hot Air Ballooning: Experience the spectacular beauty of the Rocky Mountains from a different perspective, gently floating across the sky in a hot air balloon. You will savor the rugged landscape, views of 14,000-foot peaks and beautiful open meadows below.
Glider Flying Glide into the blue skies of Colorado as you experience the joy of pure flight, the silent beauty will astound you. Aspen is one of the finest gliding areas in the world. The glider will be piloted by a veteran pilot from the United States Air Force.Paragliding: A paraglider is a soaring aircraft that is transportable in a backpack. With just a few running steps, the launch is precise and truly exhilarating. Your flight will be piloted by a professional USHGA certified tandem pilot from Aspen Mountain.
Clay Target Shooting: Sporting clays were invented as a means of practice for game shooting. Course layouts and target presentations reflect the habit and flight of various game birds. Certified NSCA instructors will assist with shotgun safety, techniques and effectiveness.Rock Climbing: This activity begins with movement on rock, including exercises and bouldering techniques. The time proven philosophy of â€ślearn by doingâ€ť builds self confidence with extensive top-rope belay climbing on the magnificent granite crags of Independence Pass.
Off-Road Jeep Tours: Guided 4X4 backcountry excursions are available throughout the surrounding areas of Aspen. This trip will show you the route taken by the original pioneers traveling to Aspen using supply wagons pulled by mules and oxen.
Experienced anglers as well as beginners are invited to â€śwet a lineâ€ť in one of the Roaring Fork Valleyâ€™s Gold Medal Rivers. Onsite adventure guides from Aspen Outfitting can assist with excursion planning.
Aspen offers equestrian bliss: Riding tours take you through breathtaking Aspen groves and up to the Snowmass Wilderness area. From beginner to advanced rider, the perfect trip awaits.
A tangle of backcountry roads and trails crisscross the Aspen wilderness, making it ideal for all levels of cyclists. Downhill tours, overnight hut trips and half and full day excursions allow you to experience it all.
The rivers of the Roaring Fork Valley offer tremendous whitewater opportunities. Choose from varying degrees of remoteness and difficulty, all of which provide stunning scenery and adventure, right at The Resortâ€™s back door.
Remède Spa is committed to creating an exceptional experience for each guest. From champagne and truffles, to luxurious throws and customized treatments, our goal is to surpass all expectations and to help you escape to a sanctuary of indulgence and relaxation. Spa guests enjoy complimentary access to all Remède features including an oxygen lounge, steam caves, cold plunges, hot tubs, fitness center, and confluence waterfall. 15,000 square feet, 15 treatment rooms, sauna, hot tub, cold plunge, confluence waterfall pool and more.
Please see the concierge on how to participate in unlimited Yoga with a discounted flat rate per room.
A premier après ski destination, Mountain Social offers refined spirits, handcrafted cocktails and light fare with a sweeping backdrop of Aspen Mountain. The space offers tribute to the elegant wilderness of Lake St. Regis, which inspired founder John Jacob Astor IV to open his first hotel near Central Park in 1904.
Modern Mountain Cuisine meets rustic elegance at The St. Regis Aspen Resort's new signature restaurant, Velvet Buck, which is named for the velvet fur that grows on the antlers of a male deer. The restaurant pays homage to the mountain men and women who settled the Rocky Mountains in the 1800's. Velvet Buck's menu celebrates the culinary rituals of the era, with special focus on local ingredients and primal cooking techniques. Executive Chef Eric Cousin Chef de Cuisine Hunter Kepley Pastry Chef Carolina Kepley Beverage Manager Ericka Briscoe Certified Sommelier, Court of Master Sommeliers Level 3 Award in Wines & Spirits, WSET® Director, Restaurants & Bars Chris Becker
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Nearby airports: Aspen, CO [Aspen-Pitkin County Airport/Sardy Field], USA
Distance: 3 Miles