Our six Luxury Suites in Aspen are named after powerful personalities who helped to create the Aspen legend. Each suite has been recently renovated in the “Aspen Modern” style – a little bit comfortable chic, a little bit private art collection. The custom-designed furniture, wall coverings and fabrics use organic materials in natural hues creating a calm warmth. The panoramic windows of each luxury hotel suite have blackout shades, and private balconies give up rare views of Aspen Mountain and its gorgeous surroundings. This is an Aspen not many people see.
Fritz Benedict studied architecture under Frank Lloyd Wright. Settling here, he designed over 200 buildings in the Aspen area, establishing Aspen’s style of modern architecture.
Fred Iselin was a Ski School Director at The Ski & Snowboard Schools of Aspen/Snowmass. This one bedroom, 1,250 square foot suite celebrates his embrace of the Aspen Idea.
This 1,250 square foot, one bedroom space is a gemstone in its own way. Simple, authentic elegance – and many shining facets.
Two slopeside balconies on either side of the suite survey the Little Nell ski run. Inside, 2,000 square feet of tranquil space with lavish details.
The Little Nell is our signature suite. It’s named after a silver mine in the first days of Aspen, which itself was named for a certain lady of the night who had stolen the miner’s heart.
This is the premier hotel suite in Aspen, and the hotel’s biggest. A sweeping private balcony takes in the base of Aspen Mountain, the Silver Queen Gondola, and Ajax Tavern’s “see and be” scene.
Certificate of Excellence
The Little Nell is thrilled to be a recipient of the 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. In fact, the Certificate of Excellence is a real source of pride for our hotel teams because it’s determined by traveler reviews and guest ratings on TripAdvisor.