- The Pitkin County Board of Public Health announced that effective December 14, 2020, all travelers coming to Pitkin County must complete a Traveler Affidavit prior to arrival. Travelers must receive a negative COVID-19 result within 72 hours of arrival and have been symptom-free for 10 days prior to travel. We ask that you comply with all county requirements so that we provide as safe an environment as possible for all of our guests and employees. This process will rely on honesty and personal responsibility in order to help maintain a healthy community and keep the resort and the towns open. Please visit the Pitkin County website for further details and frequently asked questions.
- Pitkin County has also issued a Public Health Order forbidding personal gatherings of people who don’t live in the same house. This means new lodging reservations for The Little Nell made after December 22 can only be made with your household until further notice.
- If you notice symptoms related to Covid-19 prior to your arrival, please let us know so we may assist with rescheduling your visit.
- If you experience symptoms of Covid-19 during your visit, please let us know so we may assist with finding an appropriate provider to care for you. We would also ask that you avoid all common area of the building and in-person interactions with staff and fellow guests.
- State and local orders require that individuals who test positive for or have been exposed to COVID-19, while in Colorado, will need to extend their stay at their own expense to complete isolation or quarantine requirements.
- Currently, the local government requires facial coverings to be worn in public buildings, businesses and restaurants until seated at a table, and outside if unable to stay 6 feet away from others.- The City of Aspen has a mandatory face mask zone in place
encompassing most of the business and residential areas, including Gondola Plaza at the base of Aspen Mountain and surrounding downtown area.
- Per Pitkin County Safety Guidelines, The Little Nell, like all hotel operators, is required to inform guests about the need to practice physical distancing and mask wearing. All guests are also asked to take the Pitkin County Pledge: adhering to the 5 Commitments of Containment and avoiding the 3C’s
to ensure our community is safe and continues to stay open and welcome to all guests.