The Little Nell

The Little Nell

Aspen, Colorado, United States

When you stay at The Little Nell, Aspen’s only Five-Star, Five-Diamond ski-in/ski-out hotel, you are mere steps from winter adventure. Located at the base of Aspen Mountain, the hotel overlooks the Silver Queen Gondolas, so you don’t have to waste any time getting to the slopes. From lavish lodging accommodations to our outstanding concierge services, The Little Nell will cater to you and your family and ensure your winter getaway is everything you could want and more!

hotel Guide

Facilities

  • There’s nothing “standard” about The Little Nell, and that’s certainly true of our 52 hotel guest room accommodations. “Town Side” or “Mountain Side” – each room offers a unique perspective and experience on this spectacular corner of the world. Although most guest rooms feature balconies, the interiors are also very easy on the eye – down to details like a walnut trestle table or desk, and original contemporary art on the walls.
  • Each spacious room includes a flat-screen cable TV, an iPod docking station, a fireplace and a minibar, which includes non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. Rooms offer either city or mountain views.
  • Wireless Internet Access, Daily National & Local Papers, Delivered
  • Heated Outdoor Pool & Hot Tub
  • Services: Ski Concierge, 24-Hour In-Room Dining, Packing & Unpacking Services, Luggage Shipping Services, Daily Housekeeping & Turndown Service, Business Center with Modem Capabilities, PC Equipment
  • Transportation: Complimentary Road Bikes, Arrangement of Charter Flights, Complimentary Skier Shuttles to All Four Mountains of Aspen Snowmass, Private Transportation Services

Our Favourite

  • Whether you are looking to relax after a day of adventure or if relaxation is the adventure of the day, take advantage of the outdoor heated pool and hot tub. The pool and hot tub are surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens overlooking Aspen Mountain. Food and drinks are served poolside June to October, weather permitting.

Wine & Dine

  • The restaurants at The Little Nell offer world-renowned chefs, bartenders, and sommeliers ready to make your Aspen dining experience one to remember. Whether planning a casual lunch with stunning views of Aspen Mountain, or arranging a private dinner in element 47, you can expect artfully coordinated food, drinks, and service.
  • Enjoy a private wine tasting or wine-paired dinner, catered to your every need and hosted by one of their sommeliers.

Dresscode

  • Keep things relaxed and cosy with cashmere knits

Budget

  • Rooms from $ 990 / night

Local Guide

Worth getting out of bed for

  • Few seats in Aspen are as coveted as those on The Little Nell Powder Cat. Reserve yours and you’ll have a powder day to yourself (well, with up to 11 others) on the backside of Aspen Mountain. Each tour averages 10-12 untracked runs on a blank canvas of intermediate to expert terrain, followed by an intimate late lunch at a wood stove-heated cabin in the heart of the Elk Mountains. The cabin comes complete with a complimentary chair massage therapist who will relax your muscles after your exhilarating backcountry workout. Lunch offerings are perfectly paired with wines from around the world, hand selected by The Little Nell's team of sommeliers. Your knee-deep hosts for the day are Little Nell staff from our executive team or ski concierges.

What to do

  • Aspen's most chic boutique is located in the lobby at The Little Nell. Shop for luxurious gifts and souvenirs such as clothing, jewelry, handbags, totes, blankets, hats, artwork, books, home accessories, spa products, dog treats and leashes, postcards, wine glasses, pre-packaged food from the element 47 kitchen and much more.

Good to know

  • The Little Nell’s's wine program has a reputation as rich as its cellar. Not only have we earned the Wine Spectator Grand Award since 1997, but we’ve also achieved the remarkable feat of graduating 10 of North America’s Master Sommeliers, the most of any establishment in North America. This means that when you dine at The Little Nell, you have the opportunity to truly experience the art of wine.
  • The Little Nell hosts several phenomenal wine events each year from customized wine dinners to tastings, Wine Academy and special events during The Food & Wine Classic.

When to go

  • Any time between May and October for your summer stay. Best skiing months are January, February and March. Skiing season lasts till Easter

How to get there

  • By air: For Guests flying into the airports at Vail/Eagle County, Grand Junction, Rifle or Denver, Colorado Mountain Express provides express service to The Little Nell. Shuttles and private vehicles operate every day. For ultimate convenience, fly into Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE) and you'll land at North America's only slopeside airport and only minutes away from The Little Nell. Over 150 nonstop and connecting flights fly weekly into Aspen from around the world, all year round. Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is serviced by commercial airlines -- United, American, Delta. Flying private into Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is also a convenient option. The Little Nell transportation team will await your arrival right on the tarmac.

  • By car: Guests driving to Aspen from Denver, Colorado Springs, or any destination South of Aspen should be aware that Independence Pass is closed in the winter months, and plan alternative travel routes via I-70 through Glenwood Springs, CO. The Pass generally reopens in late May and stays open until late October, weather permitting. Driving to Aspen from Denver is a scenic trip, about 4 hours in the winter months, via I-70 West to Glenwood Springs, and then CO Highway 82 East to Aspen. In the summer months, few drives beat the cherished trip over Independence Pass, a high mountain pass midway between Aspen and Twin Lakes reaching elevation of 12,095 feet at the top of the Continental Divide.

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