Groups encounter elegant Rocky Mountain decor and St. Regis butler service when discovering the joys of Aspen, Colorado, at The St. Regis Aspen Resort. Flanking Aspen Mountain, mere steps from the ski lifts, the resort offers indoor and outdoor meeting space totaling some 30,000 square feet.
The Grand Astor Ballroom-the largest in Aspen-serves as a favorite for gala affairs. But it also hosts expos and meetings with its auto access, 12-foot ceilings, and seating for up to 1,000. While a plaza and two courtyards with fire pits hold receptions outdoors, eight smaller rooms pose additional venues inside.
In everything, the resort blends urban sophistication and regional character, from its St. Regis Airport Butler and free shuttle to the property to its 179 accommodations to its restaurants. Along with savory cuisine at Trecento Quindici Decano, and live entertainment at Shadow Mountain Lounge, guests enjoy one of the state’s only four-diamond restaurants: the innovative Chefs Club by Food & Wine. A daily champagne sabering at 5:15 p.m. celebrates a ritual begun in 1904 by the brand’s founder, John Jacob Astor IV.
St. Regis luxury with a local flavor reaches another peak of sorts at the Remède Spa, rated No. 1 in the world by readers of Travel + Leisure. After experiencing the oxygen lounge, steam caves, Swiss shower, waterfall plunge pool, and hot and cold plunge pools, guests may indulge in complimentary paraffin on the hands and feet, scalp treatment, and aromatherapy. Then, of course, everything in the town of Aspen awaits discovery, from the ski slopes to the restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and world-famous arts festivals.
1.The embodiment of refinement and grace at the base of Aspen Mountain.
2. A confluence of waterfalls at Remède Spa.
3.The lobby’s inviting, contemporary welcome.
4. The stage for a rare epicurean experience at Chefs Club.