Snow bunnies and ski experts shouldn’t feel too sad at the end of ski season. You may have to pack your gear up for now, but if you head to an all-season resort, like the Viceroy Snowmass in Colorado, you can find enjoyment any time of year.
Located in Base Village at Snowmass and only minutes from downtown Aspen, the Viceroy offers easy access to Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. More than just a mountain lodge, the hotel has glamorous style and a perfect perch to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding area. It also was the first hotel in Aspen/Snowmass and first luxury hotel in Colorado to receive LEED Gold Certification.
Viceroy Snowmass’ 173 guest rooms range from studios to four-bedroom residences, and are decorated in color palettes of off-whites and grays. All residences with one bedroom or more include balconies. There are midnight kitchens in studios and one-bedroom residences and complete kitchens in residences with two bedrooms or more. Rooms also include in-room coffee bars, iHome CD players and iPod docking stations, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, gas fireplaces and complimentary Wi-Fi. Rates at Viceroy Snowmass start from $250 during low season, based on double occupancy.
In winter, this ski-in, ski-out luxury resort is perfectly placed in Snowmass’ Base Village. The hotel’s Ski Concierge offers lift tickets, ski and snowboard rentals, storage, equipment transfers, and more. In summer, pick from a wealth of outdoor activities, such as hiking, biking, rafting, kayaking, fishing and horseback riding.
When you’re hungry, swing by Eight K for breakfast, lunch, après-ski, or dinner. Centered around a swanky display kitchen, Eight K’s menu features modern cuisine with a strong emphasis on local, sustainable and organic ingredients. Nest Lounge and Café is located adjacent to the pool and Pan Asian cuisine is featured on lunch and early dinner menus.
Head to the 7,000-square-foot spa to unwind—choosing from its traditional treatment menu or one of its signature experiences, inspired by Ute Indian, Nordic and Asian rituals. And then get ready to go outside again.
See more at the official website for Viceroy Snowmass.
Article written by Jill K. Robinson of Danger Jill Robinson.
Photos courtesy of Viceroy Snowmass.
I was a guest of Aspen Skiing Company during my stay in Aspen.