The Little Nell, Aspen and Snowmass

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Overview - hotel description - The Little Nell description

Nestled at the base of Aspen Mountain beside the Silver Queen gondola, the award-winning Little Nell blends the virtues of a country inn with the indulgences of a luxury full-service hotel. The Litte Nell is Aspen's flagship hotel; from the outside it's discrete and unassuming – you could walk past the hotel, not knowing it was there. Once you're inside however, the levels of comfort and range of luxury services and facilities on offer are quite simply stunning.

If you're looking for a tasty bite to eat, then Element 47 is an excellent choice with excellent cuisine and award-winning wine from their extensive cellar, serving very good breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Chair 9 at The Little Nell is the place to see and be seen in Aspen and is an absolute must visit après-ski spot to people watch and enjoy the live music or listen to local dj's. The Living Room offers a more relaxing and cosy ambience - enjoy complimentary tea and coffee in the morning or sip a cocktail in the evening before dinner. Lastly, mountainside Ajax Tavern is the ideal après-ski spot with a large terrace looking directly onto Aspen Mountain, voted "Best Place to People Watch" in 2012! Enjoy a cold beer and food from the extensive menu, ranging from burgers and salads to fine seafood or truffle fries.

The Little Nell has a fabulous outdoor heated pool and hot tub, an exercise room and spa services. There is also a complimentary shuttle within Aspen and to and from Aspen Airport.

A range of extra ski activities can be arranged through The Little Nell including "Inside Tracks" and "First Tracks" tours, Powdercat Tours and snowshoeing exursions. Please ask our expert team for further details.

Hotel Amenities

  • Outdoor heated pool and hot tub
  • Exercise room
  • Spa services
  • Hotel & ski concierge
  • Powder cat ski tours
  • 24 hour room service
  • Grocery shopping service
  • Valet parking
  • Complimentary Aspen airport shuttle
  • Complimentary shuttle to Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass Mountains

Facilities - The Little Nell features

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Room Amenities

The Little Nell offers a variety of hotels rooms and suites. Standard Town View rooms have their own gas log fireplace, down-filled sofas or lounge chairs, fridge. Beds are oversized and feature down duvets.

All rooms feature:

  • Spacious marble bathrooms are equipped with a large soaking tub and separate shower
  • Flat screen LCD TVs
  • DVD players and 250-title DVD library
  • iPod docking stations
  • PlayStation 3 & games library, available on request
  • WiFi
  • Humidifiers
  • Safes and hotel safe deposit boxes
  • Complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic drinks from the minibar, refreshed daily
  • Most rooms have balconies

Room Types

Town View Room, Mountain Side Room, Premium Town Room, Premium Mountain Side Room, 1 Bedroom Town Suite, 1 Bedroom Mountain Suite, 2 Bedroom Town Suite, 1 Bedroom Specialty Suite (Roche, Iselin and Benedict Suites), Little Nell Suite, Paepcke Suite, Pfeifer Suite.

Residences at The Little Nell

Ask us about these exclusive and private residences, located next to the Silver Queen Gondola. Two, three and four bedroom luxury apartments offer direct ski-in/ski-out access to the legendary Aspen Mountain.

Meals - food and drink in The Little Nell

We update The Little Nell's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

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Ski legend 4 mountains As classy as it gets

“Prestige” is probably the word that best describes Aspen Snowmass. This is one of the most renowned resorts worldwide, with 4 ski areas, exclusive dining and après, high end shopping and the chance to rub shoulders with the A Listers. If you can afford Aspen Snowmass, there are few places to rival this exquisite destination.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Celeb spotting Non Skiers Varied ski area

Aspen and Snowmass webcam

Snow Report: Top 84cm, Bottom 48cm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: March average depth 161.75cm

Aspen and Snowmass trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Eagle County Airport75 miles, 1 ½ hours
Aspen/Pitkin County Airport3.5 miles, 10 mins
Region:USA, Colorado Rocky Mountains.
First opened:1946

Aspen and Snowmass lift pass price last reported as $594 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking The Little Nell.
Night skiing: No
Aspen and Snowmass has N/E/W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November – April.

Town altitude: 2421m (Aspen Village)
Top of slopes: 3,813m (Snowmass)
Bottom of piste: 2,399m (Buttermilk)
Vertical drop: 1,343m (Snowmass)
Total length of trails:317 runs
Longest piste:Longshot (5.3 miles)
Like its sister town Chamonix, Aspen’s one of the best known, sought after resorts in the world. Obvious from the fact that the town has the highest average property price in the USA (an insane $6 million in 2010), it has long been a destination for the rich and famous. Stars and celebrities are sprinkled around the town and Roman Abramovich, Mariah Carey and Lance Armstrong all have residences here (to name a few), giving you the chance to show up the celebs on the slopes. Despite this, the economic downturn i...
The four separate ski areas aren’t lift linked but the complimentary shuttle makes quick and easy transfers. Ajax, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass all offer customers different experiences, and combining to provide 317 runs and 4,819 skiable acres, offer a massive variety of skiing. Ajax Mountain looms over the town of Aspen. Not recommended for anyone other than a confident intermediate and above, it has no beginner runs; with 65% advanced and expert terrain, there’s no question of who this mountai...
As you’d expect from a resort of this calibre, there’s a world class, superior feel to the off mountain activities and après scene. Whether you’re looking to rub shoulders with the rich and famous or fancy a good old tipple with your chums, there’s more than likely to be an option that appeals. With the economic recession in the late noughties, Aspen saw a slight shift in its target audience. No longer just the mega rich, amenities popped up to cater for those with a tighter budget. That’s not to say you...

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