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The Annabelle Inn - Aspen, Colorado

The Annabelle Inn - Aspen, Colorado
Annabelle
This Aspen bed and breakfast will have you right at home.

The Annabelle can be summed up in one word: darling. The rooms are quaint and, in classic B&B style, each has a different décor and feel. (On the downside of darling, however, they are small, and bathrooms are cramped.) A breakfast buffet is served downstairs in the cozy lobby each morning, where the friendly proprietors make themselves available for advice on everything from restaurants to snow conditions.

The Aspen Square Lodge: Stay in the Heart of Aspen

The Aspen Square Lodge: Stay in the Heart of Aspen
Aspen Square Lodge
Wood-burning fireplaces in each of the single bedroom condo-style rooms and other amenities make the Aspen Square a great place to stay.

The Aspen Square Lodge is smack in the center of town, which is its single greatest attribute. It’s steps from the gondola, steps to every restaurant and bar in town, and steps from the grocery store, which comes in handy when you’re stocking your unit’s newly renovated kitchen.

Which brings us to the second greatest attribute: It offers the only single-bedroom condo-style units in town. Other perks include an outdoor pool and hot tub, and a wood-burning fireplace in each unit. When booking, secure a renovated unit.

www.aspensquarelodgehotel.com | 970-925-1000

Limelight Lodge

Limelight Lodge

The Limelight has been an Aspen institution since the 1950s, when former owner Glenn Yarbrough’s band, the Limeliters, held court there. November 2008 welcomed a new era, when the Limelight reopened after a two-year renovation. The new incarnation of the lodge brings the count to 126 rooms and suites, each with one king or two queen beds, and either a kitchenette or full kitchen. Modern is the décor of choice: In the sleek lobby, a rock fireplace dominates and a two-story wall of windows peers out over Aspen’s slopes. Evenings, guests congregate by the heated pool before hitting the après-ski party, with complimentary wines and hors d’oeuvres.

$155–$740

limelightlodge.com

 

An Aspen institution.

The Limelight has been an Aspen institution since the 1950s, when former owner Glenn Yarbrough’s band, the Limeliters, held court there. November 2008 welcomed a new era, when the Limelight reopened after a two-year renovation. The new incarnation of the lodge brings the count to 126 rooms and suites, each with one king or two queen beds, and either a kitchenette or full kitchen. Modern is the décor of choice: In the sleek lobby, a rock fireplace dominates and a two-story wall of windows peers out over Aspen’s slopes.

The Hotel Jerome

The Hotel Jerome

Rates start at $450 per person (based on double occupancy). Four-night minimum stay is required. Discount will not be applied if stay does not meet length of stay requirements. Package includes stay in a Lodge Room with upgrades into higher room categories based on availability. Taxes, gratuities and parking not included. Subject to availability.
PHOTO: Hotel Jerome

Crème de la Crème.

I'll always remember the Jerome of the Seventies as an epic bar on Aspen's main drag, with three floors of attached rooms, groaning radiators, badly abused beds and bathrooms down the hall. It was a magnet for ski bums, artists, radicals and dreamers, just like the town-and full of the high-alpine energy that has always been Aspen's greatest asset.

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