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Deluxe King 525 sq ft King Bed with Red Mountain Views. The Deluxe King guest room offers a king bed, 40” plasma television, desk, and a loveseat or l...
The Premier King guest room offers a king bed, 40” plasma television, lounge chair and desk. The Premier King averages 545 square feet and is exclusiv...
The Ski resort in Aspen offers a spacious Junior Suite with a choice of a king size bed or two queen size beds, which is a single room suite averaging...
Roughly 650 square feet of living space celebrates the essence of Aspen with furnishings in rich leathers and dark woods, while direct pool access, a...
This Aspen accommodations offer luxurious One Bedroom Suites which include two rooms – a bedroom and separate living room, together averaging 725 squa...
The Executive Suites consists of two rooms – a bedroom and separate living room- together averaging 775 square feet. The bedroom is furnished with a k...
The Presidential Suite at this boutique Hotel in Aspen consists of two rooms – a Master bedroom with a separate living room and dining area – together...
Hotel Jerome has been a modern Aspen Landmark since 1889. Aspen's historic hotel embodies the essence of formal Rocky Mountain living. The hotel features a mix of contemporary and authentic Western furnishings, modern luxuries, historic charm, and dining options that highlight locally sourced cuisine while located in the town's heart.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy over 300 days of sunshine each year, world-class skiing, snowshoeing, and snowboarding on any area's four mountains. During the warmer months, visitors can opt for 120-plus miles of hiking and biking trails, fly-fishing, golf, and more, making Hotel Jerome a perfect destination hotel year-round.
Contemporary luxury and historic heritage come together in these generously sized rooms that range from 525 to 1265 square feet. Living spaces feature floor-to-ceiling windows for taking in Aspen's glorious surroundings, while mounted wooden deer heads, tree-stump lamps, and cowhide chairs embody its mountain spirit.
Prospect - A charming mountain countryside atmosphere creates a cozy and convivial feel where families can sink into sumptuous furnishings and enjoy reminiscing over the day's explorations. The communal setting encourages couples and friends to share stories with nearby neighbors forging new friendships.
In contrast to The Garden, Prospect focuses on the bounty of the region's hunters, ranchers, and fishers, balanced perfectly with delicate winter produce. Inspired by the communal setting, the menu is meant to be shared. Cocktails take inspiration from the land, and a focused selection of wines from around the world are carefully selected to complement the friendly environment.
Dining Area At Bad Harriet - Bad Harriet is an exuberant, electric, and highly coveted spot. The atmosphere is eclectic and timeless. A sense of intrigue & anticipation permeates the mood. A multi-layered and diverse cross-section of Aspenites, both provincial & ephemeral, indulge in beautifully crafted liquids and edibles. Bad Harriet is about the sense of personal & unexpected discovery where everyone becomes themselves.
The liquid program is meticulously crafted, encompassing highly designed cocktails, avant-garde techniques, and refined presentations. Vintage spirits evoke Harriet's aura & a library of the best Crus elevate the narrative. Exquisite edibles are paraded throughout the space in vintage gueridons and made available on request, inviting guests to embark on a table-side culinary journey.
J Bar - Cowboys and miners once rode their horses through its doors, 10th Mountain Division soldiers gathered here over pints after a day of training on the slopes, and the late Hunter S. Thompson turned it into his de facto office when he was running for sheriff.
With its lively buzz and Old West vibe, the 19th-century bar remains the town's social hub, where ski bums rub elbows with socialites over craft beers, vintage-inspired cocktails, and Aspen's best burger. So make sure to take a peek at the original Chinoiserie Chippendale till signed by every bartender to work there.
The Living Room - The heartbeat of the Jerome, the gathering place where friends, lovers, and strangers alike tell stories, imbibe, and indulge. A Journey through the last century culminates with an eclectic collection of artifacts, creating a unique sense of time and place.
Complementing the space, a selection of refined small bites and modern cocktails with character is crafted with complex simplicity. The wines are authentic expressions of the global terroir, seen through the eyes of winemakers and vintners, both famous and infamous.
The Garden - A Playful Spirit, Surrounded by Flora in the Center of Aspen. A social escape with unobstructed views of Aspen Mountain, a moment of respite from the flurry of downtown. The lush landscape of exquisite seasonal blooms creates a visual feast while the culinary garden indulges the palate. The genesis of the epicurean compass is the abundance of unique local microclimates that provide an ever-changing array of fresh produce.
The menu gives the kitchen the perfect canvas to feature the work of local ranchers and fishers alike. Staying true to the "Garden to Glass" philosophy, the cocktail program is designed to highlight the best of the season and showcase the herbs & flowers grown in the own garden. Wines worldwide are carefully selected, placing a strong focus on sustainable and biodynamic practices."
Felix Roasting Co. - Felix Roasting Co. unveiled its first location outside New York City at the historic Hotel Jerome. Founded by Matt Moinian and award-winning interior designer Ken Fulk, Felix is a contemporary coffee concept and roasting company from a diverse team of visionaries who set out to redefine coffee culture. The Aspen outpost brings the best of Felix to the Rockies, serving their signature hot and cold beverages, delicate bites, and an extensive menu of specialty drinks, each meticulously infused with Felix's house-made non-dairy milk proprietary syrups and tonics and custom spice blends.
The healthy Alpine environment inspired them. The wellness guru came to Hotel Jerome stirred by the centuries-old healing traditions of the Roaring Fork Valley. As a result, treatments harness indigenous minerals, botanicals, and essential oils to nourish and energize the body, mind, and soul.
They are also offering treatments explicitly created for the unique Alpine environment, including a high-altitude sports recovery message perfect for relieving sore muscles after a day on the slopes (Salon services are not offered). In addition, an intimate Auberge Spa provides three treatment rooms, a range of massages, and skin care services tailored for those who enthusiastically engage in the vast array of Aspen's outdoor activities.
Enhance your experience by arriving early to indulge in the offerings, co-ed relaxation lounge, and men's and women's locker rooms (locker rooms feature a steam shower).
Hotel Jerome has been the social hub of Aspen since its opening in 1889. At the height of the town’s silver boom., where all great stories were born and are told.
Enjoy backcountry adventures - culture - shopping and nightlife. All coming together for the best ski and mountain scene in the Rockies.
Indulge in customized treatments. That harness indigenous minerals - botanicals and essential oils. To nourish the body and mind.