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Silvertree Hotel Star Rating 3        
100 Elbert Ln Snowmass Village CO

With ski-in/ski-out access to lifts for the Snowmass ski area, this upscale resort is 8 miles from Aspen-Pitkin County Airport.Rooms have 42-inch flat-screen TVs and WiFi (fee), as well as coffeemakers and minifridges. They also feature rainfall showers.
The Westin Snowmass Resort Star Rating 4        
100 Elbert Lane

With ski-in/ski-out access to lifts for the Snowmass ski area, this upscale resort is 8 miles from Aspen-Pitkin County Airport.Rooms have 42-inch flat-screen TVs and WiFi (fee), as well as coffeemakers and minifridges. They also feature rainfall showers.
Village Property Condominium Snowmass Village Star Rating 2        
100 Elbert Lane

With ski-in/ski-out access to lifts for the Snowmass ski area, this upscale resort is 8 miles from Aspen-Pitkin County Airport.Rooms have 42-inch flat-screen TVs and WiFi (fee), as well as coffeemakers and minifridges. They also feature rainfall showers.
The Crestwood Condominiums Star Rating 4        
400 Wood Road

This upscale ski-in/ski-out condo complex on the slopes next to the Elk Camp Gondola is an 11-minute walk from the Treehouse Kids' Adventure Center and 7.5 miles from the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport.The 1- to 4-bedroom condos all include living rooms with gas fireplaces, kitchens, dining areas, and private balconies with gas grills, and have a bathroom for each bedroom, as well as free Wi-Fi and cable TV.
St Regis Aspen Star Rating 5        
315 East Dean Street

This upscale resort hotel is set in a grand redbrick building that's a 3-minute walk from the gondolas of Aspen Mountain and 2 miles from Aspen Golf & Tennis Club.The apartment-style rooms have high-end classic decor, private bathrooms, fireplaces and kitchens with fridges, coffeemakers and minibars. They feature TVs and CD players, and Wi-Fi is available for a surcharge.
Molly Gibson Lodge Star Rating 3        
101 West Main Street

This stylish hotel is 0.6 miles from the Aspen Ski Resort chairlifts and 3.4 miles from Aspen Pitkin County Airport.
Hotel Durant Star Rating 3        
122 East Durant

This relaxed, woodsy hotel is 4 blocks from the Silver Queen Gondola at Aspen Mountain, and 4 blocks from Main Street.The laid-back, cozy rooms feature mountain-style decor and have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Some have balconies with mountain views.
Mountain Chalet Aspen Star Rating 3        
333 East Durant Avenue

This relaxed, chalet-style hotel has been open since 1954, and is 0.1 miles from the Ski & Snowboard School in Aspen and 0.8 miles from the Silver Queen Gondola.
Viceroy Snowmass Star Rating 5        
130 Wood Road

This modern ski-in/ski-out resort hotel is a 4-minute walk from the central base of Snowmass and 10.9 miles from downtown Aspen.The upscale accommodations range from studios to 4-bedroom suites, and feature sleek furnishings, kitchens and private sundecks.
Stonebridge Inn Star Rating 4        
300 Carriage Way

This modern mountain hotel is a short walk from the ski slopes, 1 mile from Snowmass Village and 7 miles from Aspen-Pitkin Country Airport.The bright rooms and suites all include flat-screen TVs, DVD players and free Wi-Fi, plus minifridges and coffeemakers. Suites add sitting areas with pull-out sofas, and private balconies or patios.
 
 
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Aspen is known for starting off as a mining camp during the Colorado Silver Boom in the 1980s, but it is now an internationally renowned ski resort and an elite tourism destination. Located in the remote area of the Sawatch Range in the Rocky Mountains, almost 8000 feet above sea level, the city lies along the Roaring Fork River surrounded by the Red Mountain in the north, the Aspen Mountain in the south and the Smugglers Mountain in the east. The abundance of aspen trees in the area gave name to the city which is currently inhabited by little more than 6650 people. Although most of the enthusiasm about it spreads over the course of winter, Aspen offers an idyllic mountain vacation throughout the year.

The first ski resort in the area opened on the Aspen Mountain in the mid 20th century and although there are three more ski areas nearby (Buttermilk, Highlands and Snowmass), the 'Ajax' seems to be the one skiers are most fond of. It offers nearly 64 miles of intermediate and advanced runs and is thus considered somewhat inappropriate for beginners. Out of the ski season, the mountain is a favorite hiking spot. No matter the season, the view from the summit of the Aspen Mountain is always profoundly beautiful. After an action-packed day grab a hot beverage and a meal in one of the restaurants and bars. Maroon Bells Two bell-shaped peaks rising above the Maroon Lake at elevation of 14,000 feet are a sight to see. An almost surreal visage of nature is bound to take your breath away. You can wander around the lake or take a bit more challenging hike to the peaks.

Glenwood springs The Roaring Fork River offers plenty activities such as hiking, fishing and whitewater rafting, but what we would recommend you to do after a long day skiing/hiking is taking a long dip in the Hot Springs Pool. Used for centuries by Native American tribes and notables such as Theodore Roosevelt and Al Capone, the springs will provide relaxation for your body and mind. Independence Pass Take a drive through the tight turns and forests on the edge of steep ridges and rest on the viewpoint platform looking at the panorama of the Continental Divide.

Check the program of the Wheeler Opera House before arriving to Aspen and make sure to buy a ticket for one of their spectacular performances or concerts. Make a voyage to another place and time in this Victorian architectural pearl. Aspen Center for Environmental Studies The Aspen Center for Environmental Studies serves both as a sanctuary for the area's wildlife as well as an educational program for visitors. Here you can encounter the indigenous flora and fauna and get acquainted with the preservation efforts of the local community. In addition to all enlisted above, Aspen provides a multitude of culinary, entertainment, shopping and leisure treats. Aspen is the elite vacation experience, which, contrary to the popular belief, can actually fit into a wide range of budgets.