The excitement of Aspen, Colorado brings groups from all over the country. The welcoming, comfortable atmosphere of the Aspen Square Condominium Hotel will make the experience truly memorable.
There’s nothing quite like a good day of skiing through Aspen’s champagne powder, carving down perfectly groomed runs and testing your skills with some tree skiing. After all that activity, however, it’s essential to have a comfortable place to rest and recover for the evening ahead. Guests visiting Aspen can kick off their ski and snowboard boots and kick back at the Aspen Square Condominium Hotel, offering visitors gorgeous mountain views and modern amenities. Aspen Square’s convenient location not only puts guests close to the mountain but also to the excitement of the city of Aspen. Groups will get to enjoy the inspiring winter ski season and bustling city life, all while staying in relaxing accommodations.
Aspen Mountain – Slope to Slope
- 7,980 feet, base elevation
- 11,200 feet, summit elevation
- 675 acres of skiable terrain
- 64 miles of skiable trails
- 0% beginner, 48% intermediate, 26% advanced, 26% expert
- Longest Run: 3 miles
- 8 lifts: 1 high-speed enclosed gondola, 3 quad lifts, 1 triple lift and 3 double lifts
Staying at the Aspen Square Condominium Hotel
Conveniently located between downtown Aspen and its namesake mountain, Aspen Square features full hotel-style services and welcoming amenities. The property has a range of accommodations, providing flexible condominium options to fit any group size. Rooms range from cozy fireplace studios for two, to spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.
The Fireplace Studios provide guests with more than an average hotel room. All studios have deluxe king or twin beds, a kitchen, comfortable seating and dining areas, wood-burning fireplace, flat-screen TV and private balcony with lovely views of the mountain or downtown. While this rooming option is spacious for two, the sofa bed allows it to host up to four people.
Aspen Square features five one-bedroom suites, which offer additional space, perfect for two to four guests. The suites have a separate king bedroom, living and dining room areas, full kitchen and private balcony.
The two-bedroom/two-bath condos are great for family vacations or larger groups. Each master bedroom includes a king bed with en suite bathroom, while the second bedroom can include either a king bed or twin beds, depending on what your group needs. These suites include all the amenities of the smaller condos but also provide living room views of Aspen Mountain and assigned ski locker. The two bedrooms comfortably sleep four adults, but the sleeper sofa allows for you to accommodate a fifth individual.
On top of wonderfully cozy rooms, the Aspen Square Condominium Hotel provides guests with a lovely courtyard with heated pool and two hot tubs, a private fitness center, free wireless internet, concierge service and complimentary parking.
Aspen’s Off-the-Mountain Activities
Aspen is more than a great ski town. When your group is ready for some fun off the slopes, Aspen delivers a range of unique shops, art galleries, museums, cultural events and world-class restaurants.
Art and culture thrive in this mountain town, which has a rich history dating back to the late 1870s. Groups can take a tour with the Aspen Historical Society to many of the significant sites in town. Check out the contemporary art exhibits at the Aspen Art Museum, or pick up some art of your own at one of the many art galleries sprinkled throughout the city.
Aspen is a mecca for shopping enthusiasts. The city boasts stores from high-end designers, including Gucci, Dior and Prada. You can also browse offerings at local boutique shops, or pick up some artisan-made items in stores all over town.
If your group wants to get off the slopes but doesn’t want to head inside, there are many ways to enjoy Aspen’s natural beauty. Options include fat tire biking, hiking, snowshoeing, snowmobile tours and dog sledding.
No matter how you choose to spend your time in Aspen, you shouldn’t miss the thriving food scene. Culinary delights can be found on every street, as well as on the mountain, all at different price points to fit your budget. You can dine at five-star establishments or grab a quick bite at a pizza joint. The choice is yours. And if you’re having trouble deciding, the Aspen Square concierge can point you in the right direction.
How Does Aspen Square Help Groups?
Aspen Square happily accommodates small to medium-sized groups and can provide a range of discounted booking rates depending on time of year and how many people are on your trip. Aspen Square also has a top-notch concierge team that can help facilitate lift ticket purchases, equipment rentals, group meals, lessons and activities – all before you set foot in the hotel. Of course, once you’ve arrived, the team can also assist with any in-house needs or issues that might arise.
How to Get to Aspen Square Hotel
Groups heading to Aspen for their ski adventure have a few transportation options. The closest airport, Sardy Field (ASE), is about three miles away and receives flights from Denver, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Atlanta and Minneapolis. Another option is Eagle County Airport (EGE), which is served by flights from 11 cities and is located about 70 miles from Aspen. Denver International Airport (DEN), a four-hour drive from Aspen, has flights from most major cities and some of the best airfares. Despite the distance, the drive along I-70 from Denver is one of the most picturesque you’ll ever experience.
Groups staying at Aspen Square Condominium Hotel will experience thrilling days on the slopes, fun-filled experiences downtown and in the surrounding wilderness, and cozy accommodations situated in the heart of it all.