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Aspen Introduction

Blending world-class slopes with celebrity appeal, Aspen is one of North America's most coveted ski resorts. Beyond snow sports, Aspen moonlights as a year-round destination for outdoor lovers and trendsetters alike. There are high-end restaurants to enjoy, as well as lashings of history leftover from Aspen's days as a silver-mining town. Whether you're seeking world-class skiing at Aspen Snowmass or a high-altitude culture fix at the historic Wheeler Opera House, you're guaranteed to fall hard for this Rocky Mountains enclave.

Hotels in Aspen

Popular with millionaires and celebrities, Aspen has no shortage of high-end accommodation. Luxury hotels in Aspen treat guests to buffet breakfasts, heated outdoor swimming pools, and an exclusive atmosphere. For the ultimate digs, splurge on a room with mountain views. Perfect for families and groups, self-contained cabins and condos offer spacious living areas, separate bedrooms, and plenty of privacy. After a day on the slopes, you'll love soaking in the hot tub or sipping wine by the fireplace. While Aspen has a reputation for luxury, you'll find plenty of discount hotels offering comfortable rooms and irresistible prices.

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Where to stay

Framed by snow-capped peaks, Aspen is a postcard-perfect ski town. It's filled with everything from snow sports outfitters to craft cocktail bars, as well as a huge selection of hotels. You'll be just steps from the popular lifts on Aspen Mountain, as well as the best après-ski venues. Snowmass Village, a 20-minute drive west of Aspen, is another popular hub. It's a great choice if you want to maximize your time on the slopes, as 95% of lodging offers a ski-in/ski-out experience. For cheap Aspen hotels, head down the valley to budget-friendly towns like Basalt, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs.

Things to see

Spanning 4 mountains, Aspen Snowmass is one of the world's most iconic skiing and snowboarding destinations. During season, it receives daily dustings of fresh powder and boasts over 3000 acres of skiable terrain. Whether you're cruising down a beginner slope or taking on the infamous G-Zones in Highland Bowl, Aspen Snowmass offers thrills for every level. In summer, Aspen transforms into a sun-drenched outdoor playground. Mountain bikers zoom down Snowmass Bike Park, hikers explore wildflower-strewn trails, and photographers flock to stunning Maroon Lake. You can also take your pick of hot air ballooning, whitewater rafting, and other adventure activities. Year-round, attractions such as the Aspen Art Gallery, Galerie Maximillian, and Christopher Martin Gallery offer a taste of the town's vibrant cultural scene. There's plenty on offer for kids, including the Ice Age Discovery Center, where you can check out the skeletons of sloths, mammoths, and other ancient animals that once roamed the Rocky Mountains.

How to get to Aspen

Aspen is 200 miles south-west of Denver, via the I-70 and Highway 82. From late May to early November, it's possible to access Aspen via the Independence Pass route. Aspen-Pitkin County Airport offers flights to Denver, as well as major cities such as LA and Chicago. Free shuttles run from the airport to Aspen. You can also drive from Denver International Airport or ride the Colorado Mountain Express shuttle. Many of Aspen's streets are pedestrianized, which means you may need to walk a block or 2 to reach your hotel.