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Hotel Jerome, An Auberge Resort

4.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

beautiful clean hotel with warm service, comfortable accommodations and delicious food

Sumptuous Americana decor, modern cozy rooms, a courtesy Mercedes and fantastic staff. Total win. Totally worth it.

We stayed here for 3 nights and wanted to stay longer. It is a very comfortable hotel with great rooms and the interior design is great. We look forward to returning

Service and amenities not up to Auberge Property standards. Thoughtful niceties missing. Restaurant and Bar staff poorly trained & informed. Extremely slow lunch service & repeatedly ignored in sparsely inhabited restaurant. Public spaces and Jr Suite Decor "eclectic" but actually disquieting, cluttered and not designed for comfort.

The staff was very friendly and waited on us hand and foot. It was almost embarassing to have so much attention and be treated so well because we are just ordinary people. But they made us feel special. The location is in the heart of Aspen and close to everything.

Great Location in the heart of Aspen right in the center of it all... Rooms are amazing, the hotel has a nostalgic feel without sacrificing elegance and luxury one would expect of Aspen.

Atmospheric hotel, great location, lovely service but happily not unctious. Complimentary upgrade to a Jr. suite. Room carpet looked a bit grubby - I guess it's the end of the season. The room bar isn't provisioned any more - or not in summer anyway. There was a loud vibration coming from the roof which they did not seem to be able to fix, but they immediately offered to move me to another room. The Library Lounge is a great spot for coffee or drinks.

My husband & I love the Hotel Jerome. Everything about it is first class. When we walked into the room, we could see the quality, from the bedding to the furniture. We felt very pampered there. The ambiance and charm of the historic hotel makes us want to return any time we are back in Aspen. The staff at the front desk gave us great suggestions on where to eat (we ended up eating at a wonderful restaurant, Zocalito's, and enjoyed it very much), and directed us on where to rent a bike. They really made our stay more enjoyable. We also really love the breakfast served in the dining room - good food to wake up to! This was our second time to visit Hotel Jerome, but I hope it won't be our last!

I choose to stay at the Hotel Jerome for two reasons. One because it is a historical landmark located in downtown Aspen and two, I had lived in Aspen and always wanted to stay there. This hotel was not at all worth the money and I left feeling extremely disappointed with the rooms and the way they conducted business. First of all, paying nearly $200/night for a 4 star hotel, one might have expectations regarding their room, like having air conditioning for example. My room had a swamp cooler that was barely able to keep my room cool...the bathroom was literally a sauna since it was located in a seperate area. I opened my windows to cool the place down and the window lock fell off. The windows and no screens and a bird nearly flew in before I shooed him away. The bellman who brought my luggage up to my room showed me where the mini-fridge was located, but instructed me not to put anything in there that "needed to be kept really cold, because it doesn't work that well." Then why do they even offer guests a fridge? You must call the front desk for ice, there are no machines on any of the floors and there was no coffee pot for making your own cup in the am, although you could order room service in the am for about $5. The TV volume on the remote only went up so far (which was barely audible), so every time you turned on the TV you had to walk to the TV and increase the volume manually. My fourth day there I checked my on-line banking and noticed that the hotel was charging me $100/day for incidentals. Per the front desk, this is the total cost of items I could take from the hotel. Really? People who spend this type of money most likely aren't going to steal the used towels and awesome duvet covers. That's a lot of money to be tied up in charges that simply didn't exist, and I don't even remember authorizing those charges whatsoever. I spoke to 3 different people who called it an "authorization" and said it was standard procedure. They explained the money would be released back once I checked out (took 3 days later). I have traveled all over the world, in MUCH nicer hotels than this, and never been charged such a ridiculous room fee- a room deposit of $100 yes, but $400- NO! This place was nothing but an overpriced old motel, with a once great reputation. Note to self, that historical doesn't mean great, it just means really old. On a positive note, the location was close to downtown, but you can get that at many other hotels in the area.

Golf

We stayed at Hotel Jerome and we went skiing at Aspen, Aspen Highlands, and Snowmass. The Hotel Jerome was perfect. They were courteous, helpful, and always had a smile. The maid service was the best I have ever witnessed. We have stayed at many high class hotels and Hotel Jerome surpassed them all! Outstanding service. Thanks for making our trip even more pleasurable.

Staff was attentive and friendly. Hotel has 2 bars. Both excellent places for a night cap. We were pleasantly surprised with live music and a live magic show at the library bar. Every great restaurant and point of interest was no more than five blocks away. Would recommend Hotel Jerome for an unforgettable pampered experience.

Beautiful Hotel and location, before leaving the Hotel for shopping and Dinner I set the Thermostat to 65, after a great day of traveling shopping and Dining we returned to the Hotel and the room was very hot I called the front desk and was told they could only have one either heat or AC and it was currently set to heat and recommended I open the windows to cool the room which I find totally unacceptable for a $200+ a night room. I did not get to sleep until after 2:30 AM. I assure you we will never stay at Jerome again or recommend it to anyone!!! Looks great but fails to deliver the quality.

The Jerome is a pleasure. The Jerome has beautiful details and classic Victorian style. The rooms are large and comfy and I love the jacuzzi tubs. All the modern conveneinces are in place, but the classic charm makes this the kind of place that has a comfortable welcoming vibe. I love staying here. Also the staff has always been very helpful.

This is maybe the best hotel I have stayed in, in America. Everything about it was first class from the size of the room to the professionalism staff

The Hotel Jerome had an extremely courteous, knowledgeable, helpful staff. Their dining recommendations were superb. The room was exceptionally well appointed, quite spacious, and comfortable and we throughly relaxed while there. The reception via the wireless internet connection in the room was excellent with satisfactory speed. I would recommend the hotel to any traveler.

Beautiful hotel with lots of character. Friendly staff. Fabulous location.

Located right downtown you can walk to everything which is important in Aspen because parking can be at a premium. Beds are wonderfully soft and the rooms are decorated the in old Victorian style. The hotel staff was awesome. The staff was probably the best I have encountered, and I have stayed at hotels all over the world. Very down-to-earth and accommodating, with helpful advice on eateries and hiking in the area.

330 E Main Street Aspen CO

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Aspen Mountain
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Free airport shuttle

Aspen Mountain is a short stroll from Hotel Jerome, An Auberge Resort, and other popular attractions like Buttermilk Mountain are within a few miles (5 km). This 4.5-star hotel has 93 guestrooms and offers an outdoor pool, a free airport shuttle, and a fitness center. It's in central Aspen and also a short walk from Isis Theatre and Mill Street Fountain.


Dining

This hotel is home to 3 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

The 93 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, free newspapers, and safes. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Video-game consoles, phones, and ironing boards are also available.


Property features

Guests of Hotel Jerome, An Auberge Resort have access to an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. Valet parking is USD 30.00 per day if you plan to drive, or hop aboard the free airport shuttle (available 24 hours). Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this ski hotel include free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a business center.

Room options

Junior Suite

Queen 2 | Sleeps 5

Junior Suite, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Premier Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Suite, 1 Bedroom

King 1 | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Hotel Jerome

Everyone (1) Couples (11) Business (3) Friends (1) Other (2)
5
Everyone

beautiful clean hotel with warm service, comfortable accommodations and delicious food

By on Jan 16, 2017

5

everything you want from an aspen hotel

Couples

Sumptuous Americana decor, modern cozy rooms, a courtesy Mercedes and fantastic staff. Total win. Totally worth it.

By on Mar 3, 2014

5

fantastic experience

GetawayWithFriends

We stayed here for 3 nights and wanted to stay longer. It is a very comfortable hotel with great rooms and the interior design is great. We look forward to returning

By on Dec 13, 2013

3

adequate but not an auberge experience

Couples

Service and amenities not up to Auberge Property standards. Thoughtful niceties missing. Restaurant and Bar staff poorly trained & informed. Extremely slow lunch service & repeatedly ignored in sparsely inhabited restaurant. Public spaces and Jr Suite Decor "eclectic" but actually disquieting, cluttered and not designed for comfort.

By on Feb 2, 2013

4

outstanding service

Couples

The staff was very friendly and waited on us hand and foot. It was almost embarassing to have so much attention and be treated so well because we are just ordinary people. But they made us feel special. The location is in the heart of Aspen and close to everything.

By on Jun 11, 2012

5

just perfect

Singles

Great Location in the heart of Aspen right in the center of it all... Rooms are amazing, the hotel has a nostalgic feel without sacrificing elegance and luxury one would expect of Aspen.

By on Nov 8, 2011

4

mellow aspen working weekend

BusinessTravelers

Atmospheric hotel, great location, lovely service but happily not unctious. Complimentary upgrade to a Jr. suite. Room carpet looked a bit grubby - I guess it's the end of the season. The room bar isn't provisioned any more - or not in summer anyway. There was a loud vibration coming from the roof which they did not seem to be able to fix, but they immediately offered to move me to another room. The Library Lounge is a great spot for coffee or drinks.

By on Sep 6, 2011

5

hotel jerome - the place to stay!

Couples

My husband & I love the Hotel Jerome. Everything about it is first class. When we walked into the room, we could see the quality, from the bedding to the furniture. We felt very pampered there. The ambiance and charm of the historic hotel makes us want to return any time we are back in Aspen. The staff at the front desk gave us great suggestions on where to eat (we ended up eating at a wonderful restaurant, Zocalito's, and enjoyed it very much), and directed us on where to rent a bike. They really made our stay more enjoyable. We also really love the breakfast served in the dining room - good food to wake up to! This was our second time to visit Hotel Jerome, but I hope it won't be our last!

By on Jul 19, 2011

2

hotel disappointment, not worth the $$$

Singles

I choose to stay at the Hotel Jerome for two reasons. One because it is a historical landmark located in downtown Aspen and two, I had lived in Aspen and always wanted to stay there. This hotel was not at all worth the money and I left feeling extremely disappointed with the rooms and the way they conducted business. First of all, paying nearly $200/night for a 4 star hotel, one might have expectations regarding their room, like having air conditioning for example. My room had a swamp cooler that was barely able to keep my room cool...the bathroom was literally a sauna since it was located in a seperate area. I opened my windows to cool the place down and the window lock fell off. The windows and no screens and a bird nearly flew in before I shooed him away. The bellman who brought my luggage up to my room showed me where the mini-fridge was located, but instructed me not to put anything in there that "needed to be kept really cold, because it doesn't work that well." Then why do they even offer guests a fridge? You must call the front desk for ice, there are no machines on any of the floors and there was no coffee pot for making your own cup in the am, although you could order room service in the am for about $5. The TV volume on the remote only went up so far (which was barely audible), so every time you turned on the TV you had to walk to the TV and increase the volume manually. My fourth day there I checked my on-line banking and noticed that the hotel was charging me $100/day for incidentals. Per the front desk, this is the total cost of items I could take from the hotel. Really? People who spend this type of money most likely aren't going to steal the used towels and awesome duvet covers. That's a lot of money to be tied up in charges that simply didn't exist, and I don't even remember authorizing those charges whatsoever. I spoke to 3 different people who called it an "authorization" and said it was standard procedure. They explained the money would be released back once I checked out (took 3 days later). I have traveled all over the world, in MUCH nicer hotels than this, and never been charged such a ridiculous room fee- a room deposit of $100 yes, but $400- NO! This place was nothing but an overpriced old motel, with a once great reputation. Note to self, that historical doesn't mean great, it just means really old. On a positive note, the location was close to downtown, but you can get that at many other hotels in the area.

By on Jun 13, 2011

4

good

BusinessTravelers

Golf

By on Apr 16, 2011