The St. Regis Aspen Resort5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This St Regis is another stunning property for the brand. Its bedroom furnishings are truly to die for and the upkeep of the rooms is simply amazing. The way in which they take the colours, textiles and furnishings to deliver a true luxury experience is very impressive inside the suites. Although some of the furnishings, coffee tables and desks, have been a bit badly beaten over the years on closer inspection. The lobby area is lovely and the stone features, artwork and social environment is really inviting. The only let down of the hotel would be its external spaces. Upon exiting the lobby area towards the pools, is a large open white elephant space that has no meaning, no function and just a baron area that is quite uninviting. As you arrive at the pools, they seem an afterthought for the hotel and don't have amenities or facilities to make the pool side or quick dip, an experience, and more just, as the say, a basic cement pond. The Concierge staff seem to love at they desks, and always seem to be working, so access to planning the perfect day out is well within reach.
We spent almost a week here over the very busy xmas-new years week and it was terrific. We've stayed here a number of times in the past and considering its luxury status (and prices) our expectations have always been understandably high but the hotel often disappointed (service and room). However, this time I feel like the service was stepped up quite a bit. I really feel like they had the appropriate number of employees to deal with the crowd and all were extremely friendly and professional. In the past we often felt as if the hotel hired ski bums simply working to ski but this time it was definitely top notch five star all around. Very friendly staff at the front desk, restaurant and the bar, very helpful and attentive employees in the ski shop. Our room had all the features we found were lacking in the past and it was very comfortable and spacious. You have definitely won us over again and we look forward to returning next ski season!
I have stayed here a few times. Just capped off an amazing 3 days here 10 days ago. There service and location are awesome. It's hard pressed to find any full service hotel in Aspen that rivals this facility. The rooms are fantastic and they are now in midst of doing a Reno in hotel to make it even better. Can't wait to return.
Stayed here for 12 days in January. Have been going to Aspen for many years and normally stay in a condo, but now that the kids are older, hotels are a much better option. We had two connecting rooms facing up the mountain. They were neither too spacious nor too small, but beautifully appointed. Ample closet and drawer space for clothes and ski gear and both had lovely bathrooms with exquisite taps and hardware. My bed was actually very uncomfortable and had a massive dip in the middle but I was always so tired from skiing I couldn't be bothered complaining. I have always loved this hotel and post-renovation it is the epitome of rustic-chic. The bar and lounge area with its roaring fire, are perfect for drinks with friends. The Little Nell is quite a scene and often a bit loud, so I prefer a more subdued apres ski, which the St. Regis excels at. Loved the breakfast every morning, healthy choices and superb quality, especially the fruit. It is everything you would expect from a 5 star, St. Regis resort in terms of service and ammenities. The Spa however, in my opinion, could be more "luxurious" and in keeping with the brand. I actually prefer the Spa at the Viceroy in Snowmass which is absolutely stunning. You also have to pay a USD$20 fee every time you use the Spa which I found petty. Just build it into the cost of the stay... I don't want to be charged when I'm staying on the premises and am already paying a premium. We only used the Spa twice and were mainly interested in the Oxygen room which was very relaxing but again, thought it was a bit exy for a bit of O2 in our lungs. Despite these minor issues, I would stay here again, but next time might choose the Residences for a bit more space which means booking a lot earlier.
I stayed in Feb and July. They were both perfect. We enjoyed the spa and O2 room in Feb and the pool in July. The rooms are spacious and beds are great! The bathrooms are fantastic. The staff is lovely. If you come in winter would highly recommend coming back in the summer. It is even more gorgeous!!!
We just had appetizers and cocktails at the lobby bar and it was exactly what you would expect from a 5 star hotel. The service was remarkable and the food....just delicious. Great place to go warm up by the fire after a day of skiing.
The hotel, like all hotels in Aspen, is walking distance to Aspen village. Huge plus. The St. Regis shuttle service doesn't go to any other mountains, only the airport. The hotel will offer $54 private car but an Uber SUV is only $30. I highly recommend Uber instead of the overpriced hotel options. Our initial room was entry level, no upgrades available until the 3rd day. The basic king room was tiny and hard to get comfortable in. Once we were upgraded to a suite, it was much better. I have to say that I had to push way to hard to receive an upgrade. I booked through American Express Platinum and I'm at Starwood's highest level. Nobody seemed to care about either. The staff is relatively friendly but remarkably basic. Never once was I surprised at how well something was handled. A few frustrations throughout the stay but overall, very basic and underwhelming. For the price and the brand, arguably not worth it. There are several 5 star options within walking distance of the St. Regis. I may return for the lone reason that I have so many Starwood points but I'd be furious if I paid out of pocket for this experience. The breakfast is overpriced, takes way to long and not very good. Ice cold eggs, stale bread and a 15 minute wait for the omelette station. It's essentially a $50 cup of coffee with side of melon. We received free breakfast daily through Amex and chose to eat off property because the experience was so disappointing.
The St. Regis Aspen is sure to please a broad audience. I had the pleasure of staying there for seven days with my dog and had no issues - I did lose an expensive hat on the property that was never found or returned. The location is great, super close to Aspen Mountain and shuttle to other lifts. Also walked to town daily. The staff (although they can get overwhelmed at times, I can only begin to imagine the stress at times given every guest is a "vip") was great all around. Don't forget to try the smores table side in the lobby. I thought the breakfast buffet was delicious just not worth the cost. Spa was a delight - fantastic massage followed by a relaxing dip in the jacuzzi and some time in the oxygen lounge. I also thought Chef's Club was great. Very pleased with my week in Aspen and happy that I chose the St. Regis.
Nice resort with a very good spa, the service was wonderful even though sometimes the butler missed up the order, nice room, comfortable bed. However, I was expecting a nicer breakfast buffet for the price paid $38 a person. It was an okay buffet but not for the price paid.
From the moment you see the St. Regis Aspen, it is impressive. The architecture is all luxury lodge. The doormen beckon you in while offering you complementary water to help with the altitude. They will take your ski equipment if you need assistance as well. The lobby is extremely comfortable, the service from the main desk, the concierge and bellmen is all top notch. Rooms are decorated beautifully (Ralph Lauren) and the views are amazing. The bathrooms are worth photographing for your own bathroom remodel. The food and service was also excellent. No complaints here.
Aspen Mountain is within a 5-minute walk of The St. Regis Aspen Resort while other popular sites like Buttermilk Mountain are within a few miles (5 km). This 179-room, 5-star resort has ski-in/ski-out access, a full-service spa, and 3 restaurants. It's in the mountains and also a short walk from Wagner Park and Mill Street Fountain.
Enjoy dining at Chefs Club, one of 3 onsite restaurants. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
All of The St. Regis Aspen Resort's 179 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and free weekday newspapers. LCD TVs come with cable channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries, and beds sport premium bedding. Free bottled water, safes, and phones are also available.
Guests of The St. Regis Aspen Resort have access to ski-in/ski-out access, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. Valet parking is USD 35 per night if you plan to drive, or hop aboard the free airport shuttle (available on request). Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this ski resort include a 24-hour health club, a spa tub, and a sauna.
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82% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 912 reviews