As Aspen's only Five-Star, Five-Diamond hotel, we're exactly where you'd expect us to be -- in the heart of downtown and just steps from the Silver Queen Gondola. However you choose to get here, we look forward to your arrival. For assistance with travel and real-time weather and road condition information, please don't hesitate to call our Concierge
AIR TRAVEL TO ASPENFor 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. Please visit the Aspen Airport website
for detailed arrival/departure and airport information.
FLY PRIVATEFlying private into Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is also a convenient option. The Little Nell transportation team will await your arrival right on the tarmac. Sentient Jet* is the Official Private Jet Provider of Aspen Snowmass. Learn more about Sentient Jet.
Guests dining at The Little Nell's Element 47 and Ajax Tavern restaurants, please enjoy two hours of complimentary valet parking, with validation. Hourly valet parking costs $10/hour. Overnight guest parking at The Little Nell is $48 per night.
Ground TransportationFor Guests flying into the airports at Vail/Eagle County, Grand Junction, Rifle or Denver, Colorado Mountain Express provides private shuttle service to The Little Nell. Book your reservation.
DRIVING TO ASPENDriving 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. For detailed driving information at any time of year, please contact our Concierge Team.
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. Please click for weather alerts and road closures in real time.