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|77 Deluxe Rooms and 15 Deluxe Suites
|Ski Trail Maps:
Mountain (Ajax) Trail Map - 396kb
Aspen Highlands Trail Map - 348kb
Buttermilk Trail Map - 324kb
Snowmass Trail Map - 336kb
One of the grand hotels of a bygone elegant era, the historic Hotel Jerome is sumptuous and intimate, and offers a high level of pampering and more than enough charm to satisfy the most discriminating visitor. Built in 1889 at the height of the silver boom in Colorado, and restored to its original Victorian splendor in 1985, the Jerome has been an Aspen, Colorado landmark for over a century.
Located just a few steps away from world-famous Aspen Mountain, boutiques, galleries, restaurants and nightlife, and primarily furnished with turn-of-the-century antiques, a stay at the Hotel Jerome will forever remain a highlight of your travels.
The Hotel Jerome offers 77 rooms and 15 suites, all luxurious and all with oversized King beds, feather pillows and down comforters, huge bathtubs with a separate shower, and hand-carved armoires. All rooms feature:
Rooms - Choose from the Deluxe King Guestroom or the Premier King guestroom, the difference is that the Premier Room features an oversized jacuzzi bathtub.
Junior Suites - Choose from the Grand Deluxe Jr. Suite, with a king bed and full sitting area, or the Grand Double Jr. Suite, with two queen beds and a sitting area.
Suites - Choose from a One Bedroom Suite, featuring a king bed and a living room separate from the bedroom, or the Superior One Bedroom Suite, which features the same luxury as the One Bedroom Suite in addition to a complete dining area.
Non-smoking rooms are available but should be requested in advance to guarantee availability.
Aspen boasts four distinct ski areas - Aspen Mountain (known locally as Ajax), Buttermilk, Snowmass, and Aspen Highlands - each offers a different experience and suitability for different levels of skill.
Aspen Mountain is well-known for it's expert and double-diamond runs - this 675-acre mountain is known for steeps and bumps and is a favorite among upper-intermediate and advanced skiers, but it's really not the place for anyone who is just learning to ski.
On the other hand, Buttermilk is great for beginners, and is considered one of the premiere learning mountains in the country. Most of Buttermilk's 420 acres are groomed each night and 74 percent of Buttermilk's ski and snowboard terrain is rated beginner or intermediate. Buttermilk is also a snowboarder's paradise since the addition of Crazy T'rain, the world's longest terrain park.
Snowmass is very popular with families and groups for its variety of runs serving all levels of skiers. Snowmass is a massive mountain, offering incredible and varied terrain for skiing and snowboarding. It is said to be the open-glade cruising capital with good terrain for all skills, all ages, all passions -- and fast lifts and very long runs. At Snowmass you'll find 3,100 acres of cruisers, steeps, 3 terrain parks, a massive superpipe, and an intense railyard. It's a virtual Mecca for families and skiing/snowboarding enthusiasts.
Aspen Highlands challenges the skills and courage of snowboarders and skiers, from beginner to expert. Steeps, glades and powder stashes drop from the sides of long, groomed cruisers. What the mountain lacks in the park/pipe department, it makes up for ten fold in the vertical area. Known for its amazing bowls, Aspen Highlands is the place for big-mountain skiing in its world famous Highland Bowl, Olympic Bowl and Steeplechase. Enjoy the wide-open runs or, for the ultimate ski/snowboarding experience, step it up a level with a snowcat ride to the first access gate then continue to hike to the renowned descents of the recently expanded Highland Bowl.
The Hotel Jerome offers two on-site restaurants - the elegant Century Room, with it's "old-world" ambiance and cozy atmosphere is open nightly for dinner from 6pm to 10pm, and Jacob's Corner, which offers breakfast and lunch in a more casual setting, is open from 7am to 2pm. Both restaurants are under the direction of Chef Todd Slossberg, twice nominated for the James Beard award "Best Chef in the Southwest".
In addition, the Hotel Jerome also has two on-site bars - the J.Bar, still flaunting the "wild west saloon" decor it had when originally built in 1889, and long a favorite of Aspen locals, including the occasional Hollywood celebrity, this is the perfect place for apres-ski cocktails and appetizers. Or get really comfortable in The Library, the Hotel Jerome's more sophisticated lounge, with it's comfy couches and enjoy a light dinner after a great day on the slopes.
If getting out and exploring the quaint town of Aspen is more appealing, the Hotel Jerome's prime downtown location means that it's only minutes from a wide variety of restaurants and shops all within an easy walking distance.
Monday - Sunday