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Bluegreen Vacations Innsbruck Aspen Ascend Resort Collection

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

My family and I enjoyed out first stay in Aspens, CO. I fell in love with the beauty and natural landscape. The drive up from Colorado Springs was amazing, keep in mind that Independence Pass may be closed during this time of the year, thankfully when we went 1st week into 2nd week of October and the weather was high 60s - low 70s. I must say that the cost of food is more expensive in Aspen, we did go to City Market and cooked breakfast in our suite to help with the cost of food. We love that we could walk to the park with such beautiful weather, everyone was very pleasant. I have nothing negative to say about our Trip to Aspen. I came home with amazing pictures!!

We stayed here for 4 nights with friends in a 2 bedroom presidential suite. My husband gives me a hard time about owning a timeshare sometimes but he is always asking when we will go back. The suite was amazing. 2 bedroom and 2 bathrooms. The rooms were large and everything was high end quality. There are several things from the suite we are using in the new design of our house including kitchen and the bathroom. We had never stayed anywhere so nice and when you see small hotel rooms for $500 a night this place is well worth the price if split between 2 couples. The location is within walking distance to slopes, shops, restaurants and grocery store but I wouldn't recommend it with gear. The shuttle service was included in our stay and was prompt when requested and even waited on us while we grocery shopped. The pool is heated and both the pool and hot tub are chlorinated. I can't wait to go back just to visit the suite... and I guess Aspen.

My sister in law has a time share with Blue Green Vacations and she gave us a weekend to The Innsbrook at Aspen. Nice place to stay. We had a little trouble with the TV but maintenance came and fixed it right away. It is a clean place and able to walk to food, downtown not problem!

We used Bluegreen vacation points, and were able to get a 2 bedroom unit - more than we needed but all that was available for the dates we needed. Wow! Each en-suite bathroom had a bonus: the king master had a steam shower, and the twin bed room had a jetted tub, in addition to the 3rd bath with a huge shower! The unit was comfortable, kitchen was nicely laid out and had all we needed to make breakfast and a couple of evening meals. Only one complaint, and that's the breakfast bar, which was the only place to eat unless sitting on the couch and eating from the coffee table, was chest high on me, and I had a difficult time climbing onto the bar chairs, so eating at the breakfast bar was difficult. I'm 5'2", so it might not have been the challenge for tall people. However, the breakfast bar and chairs LOOK really sharp! Just not comfortable for me. I cannot say enough good things about Andrew and Tim who were at the front desk - they provided shuttle service for us to go many places in town, and offered suggestions on good restaurants. Parking is indeed limited behind the resort, but on-street parking may be available with a lot of searching, and does require a permit from the resort. Our unit's back door opened onto the parking lot so unloading and loading the car was very easy. My suggestion is, if you find a place to park, stay there and ask for rides on the shuttle. Downtown Aspen is walking distance, only about 5 blocks from the resort. I loved staying there, and highly recommend it!

My husband and I stayed here the week after Thanksgiving, right before the busy season. They picked us up at the airport, showed us lots of local places the eat and drink in Aspen. Any rides around town we needed we just had to call. The hot tub outside was amazing. We stayed in a one bedroom presidential suite through our Blue Green timeshare and were definitely not disappointed. We loved sitting by the fireplace in our room to relax after long days snowboarding and checking out the local scenery.

The Innsbruck is more than a hotel - We were there three nights, and kept up with the maintenance of the room throughout our time there. Like an apartment an easy walk from the town center. We loved it! Four rooms: Full kitchen with huge fridge, range, microwave, even a (free!) washer and dryer. Living room with leather couch. fireplace, flat screen, comfy bed, and excellent bath. Again, no daily housekeeping; drop your towel on the floor in the morning, it'll still be there in the evening. If you like, you may pay for daily service. We loved our stay here.

Very beautiful units and an awesome place.. It was fun staying here.. Definitely suggest friends and family to stay here. Lovely staff .. We were taken good care off. Clean and nice .. Plenty of fun activities to do around

The bedroom and bathroom were stunning and very clean. The shower was my favourite part because it had an adjustable steam setting and wonderful shower head. The kitchen was a good size, but I did not like using the oven/microwave because it was pretty complicated even with a manual. The furnishings were great, and the maintenance arrived promptly and got the job done the first time. Absolutely loved staying here, but didn't use the hot tub or heated pool.

The Innsbruck as Aspen is a very nice little facility. Terrific looking rooms. and gorgeous baths / showers. However maintenance was slack. They left maintenance items (Plastic tubing, Stove vent filters and pumice stone) in the room and the tub needed to be cleaned before it could be used. The swimming pool was about 10 feet long and 3 feet wide, but the hot tub was full sized. The Innsbruck has a bus stop right in front, of the building (and I understand the bus is a free town shuttle), and within walking distance of the main town (just a couple of blocks) So if you don’t mind walking, it’s pretty convenient. Parking is a challenge there, we got lucky and found a spot right away, but really felt if we moved, we would not have a parking spot at all, so the car never left. In addition the parking space is off a dirt road ally, and not paved. Small item to be sure, but it is noteworthy. Last, the bed was the hardest mattress I have ever slept on (or tried to sleep on).

The Innsbruck of Aspen was a terrific resort for anyone wanting to spend time in Aspen extremely close to the downtown activities. The rooms were very spacious and modern. I found the cooking utensils more varied than a normal resort. A convection oven/microwave takes some adjustment to use, however, the lounge has a full size oven for guest use. The refrigerator was completely modern including an open door alarm. Nate lives up to his reviews at the main office. He has detailed maps and direction for items that you may have researched as well as suggestions to fill your days of inclement weather. He also has can set you up with the complementary bicycles at the Innsbruck. We arrived early for a 4 pm checkin. The staff worked extremely hard to prepare our room and made us comfortable. They had us in our two bedroom presidential at 11:45am. How wonderful. We were able to enjoy Aspen for an extra day! Aspen is a vacation spot like none other. I recommend everyone experience Aspen and if possible stay at the Innsbruck of Aspen.

Room options

Suite, 1 King Bed with Sofabed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Suite, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Suite, 2 Bedrooms, Accessible, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Presidential Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 4

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96% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 293 reviews