Discover a Luxury Ski Resort on the Base of Aspen Mountain


Elegantly perched on the base of Aspen Mountain, The St. Regis Aspen Resort places guests close to several main ski lifts, Snowmass and Buttermilk Mountain. Although our hotel is renowned as a ski resort, we're also within walking distance of Aspen's many entertainment, shopping and dining options, including the renowned Belly Up Aspen. Our resort is equally as mesmerizing in the summer months, where activities like golfing, fishing and horseback riding beckon.

On-Site Outlets
Spa Renovation 10/1/23 - 11/30/23
Limited in-room massage services are available for suites and the Residence Club. Inquire and secure services at 970-429-9650 or visit our online booking site.
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Enjoy this spa hotel, St. Regis Hotels feature luxury spas

RAKxa Wellness Spa at St. Regis Aspen Resort

Named the world's best hotel spa in Aspen, CO, by Travel + Leisure magazine. 15,000 sq. ft., luxurious treatments, world-class fitness center, and the Confluence, reminiscent of the hot springs found in Colorado. Undergoing renovation 10/1/23 - 11/30/23.

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

The Fitness Center is complimentary and open daily.

The beautiful St. Regis Aspen Pool during summer


The St. Regis Aspen Resort Pool

Mon-Sun: Open 24 Hours




Year-Round Swimming

With Aspen Mountain as your backdrop, take a refreshing dip in our 24-hour heated pool or one of our three outdoor hot tubs.

Treatments & Services

RAKxa Wellness Spa at St. Regis Aspen Resort offers a variety of different treatments and services. Please note the spa will be under renovation 10/1/23 - 11/30/23. Limited in-room massage services are available for suites and the Residence Club. Inquire and secure services at 970-429-9650 or visit our online booking site.


Discover winter activities at The St. Regis Aspen Resort

Winter Activities

From renowned skiing to epic snowboarding, a wealth of memorable winter experiences await at The St. Regis Aspen Resort. Aspen is a destination unlike any other that truly comes alive in the winter months—and our resort is uniquely situated to experience it all. Benefit from our prime location on the base of Aspen Mountain to embrace all that this celebrated wintertime destination has to offer.

Discover Our Winter Experiences
Skiing and Snowboarding

World-class skiing is at your finger tips in Aspen, Colorado. With four world-class mountains within reach (Snowmass, Aspen, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk Mountain) there is terrain available for every age and ability. The St. Regis Aspen Resort is located at the base of Aspen Mountain and puts you in great proximity to the town and the mountain. Indulge in Aspen skiing or snowboarding from approximately Thanksgiving weekend to the first few weeks in April. Ski Valet make the transition from guest room to ski slope seamless. They assist with ski and snowboard equipment as well as offer local knowledge of terrain and conditions.

Winter Fly Fishing

Aspen’s mild winters make it the ideal place for winter fly fishing. Onsite adventure guides from Aspen Outfitting will take you to the best spots in the Roaring Fork River as well as other local streams and private water.

Cross Country Skiing

As trails wind along Castle Creek and traverse through the Valley beneath the peaks of the Elk Mountain range, guests find themselves engulfed in beauty and silence. Lunch at the “famous” Pine Creek Cookhouse may be included for an additional fee.

Family Activities

Teach the kids to ski in Aspen! Kids 6 and under ski or snowboard for free at Aspen Snowmass. Families also enjoy endless activities together, such as sledding, snowmobile rides or a horse drawn carriage ride through town. Enjoy s’mores or dinner by the firepits at St. Regis Aspen. The family options are endless! Please connect with the St. Regis Concierge to help plan your next memorable vacation.

Apres Ski

From live music, cocktails and conversations by the fire at our Shadow Mountain Lounge to the nightlife and culture found in downtown Aspen, located right outside of our door, there is so much to do and see after a day on the mountain. Please connect with our St. Regis Concierge or Welcome Desk for a list of special events and activities while you’re in residence.

Snowshoe Tours

Learn the fundamentals of snowshoeing as you visit scenic trails with a naturalist guide. The fun terrain is appropriate for all abilities and fitness levels. A healthy snack is included or a gourmet lunch may be purchased for an additional cost.


Spend a day exploring the high country, propelled past frozen blue crystal waterfalls and over snowy vistas. Then enjoy a delightful hot lunch in a rustic cabin before riding back to The St. Regis Aspen Resort for Après ski at Shadow Mountain Lounge.

Ice Skating

The Silver Circle Ice Rink is adjacent to the hotel. Aspen’s only outdoor ice rink offers rentals and skating open daily from 12:00pm to 9:00pm. If you prefer indoor ice skating, the City of Aspen Ice Garden offers daily public ice skating for all ages.

Sleigh Ride

Enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride to a log cabin for lunch or dinner.

Summer Activities

From the crisp mountain air to sophisticated shopping, hiking, biking and white water rapids – there is so much to see and do in the summer.

Lifestyle Activities
Discover Our Summer Activities
Mountain Biking

Aspen’s backcountry roads and picturesque mountain trails appeal to all levels of cyclists. Downhill tours, overnight hut trips, and half and full day trips will take you through and over a variety of terrain. Please contact our St. Regis Concierge for trail maps and our recommended routes.

Fly Fishing & More

The St. Regis Aspen partners with the Aspen Outfitting Company to provide travelers and residents with an unparalleled selection of guided activities, ranging from: Fly fishing, clay target shooting, pistol shooting and upland bird hunting. Welcoming all levels of expertise, their professionally certified instructors are friendly and knowledgeable on the local area and these activities.


A paraglider is a soaring aircraft that is transportable in a backpack. With just a few running steps, the launch is precise and truly exhilarating. Your flight will be piloted by a professional USHGA certified tandem pilot from Aspen Mountain.

Whitewater Rafting

The Roaring Fork Valley is uniquely situated to provide an incredible variety of whitewater trips offering varying degrees of remoteness, difficulty and scenery. The summer months offer tremendous whitewater within reach of the St. Regis Aspen Resort.

Hot Air Ballooning

Experience the spectacular beauty of the Rocky Mountains from a different perspective, gently floating across the sky in a hot air balloon. You will savor the rugged landscape, views of 14,000-foot peaks and beautiful open meadows below.

Rock Climbing

This activity begins with movement on rock, including exercises and bouldering techniques. The time proven philosophy of “learn by doing” builds self confidence with extensive top-rope belay climbing on the magnificent granite crags of Independence Pass.

Off-Road Jeep Tours

Guided 4X4 backcountry excursions are available throughout the surrounding areas of Aspen. This trip will show you the route taken by the original pioneers traveling to Aspen using supply wagons pulled by mules and oxen.

Horseback Riding

Aspen, Colorado offers horseback riding through breathtaking Aspen groves and the Snowmass Wilderness area. Enjoy the beautiful views that surround you as you embark on a relaxing ride through the mountains. From beginning to experienced riders, there are a number of horseback riding excursions available to suit your needs. Please contact our St. Regis Concierge to help plan your next adventure.


Hiking Backcountry excursions (two – four hours) take you by winding rivers, through meadows of wildflowers and groves of Aspen trees. Hikes are led by experienced guides who discuss the area’s historical and geological backgrounds and the flora and fauna.


Guests will be challenged to adjust their game to the thin air at this altitude. Four hard courts are available in the historic West End of Aspen. If you are interested in a tournament, a coordinator will facilitate a round robin tournament.

The Aspen landscape has transformed drastically over the years, but its humble beginnings are rooted in the history of the Ute Indians over 8,000 years ago that called the Roaring Fork Valley home. When the settlers of the new world embarked over the Continental Divide in 1879, they discovered what is still considered one of the largest payloads of silver ever recorded in history. A mining camp was quickly formed and named after the original occupants, Ute City, but the camp was soon renamed and the town of Aspen was born.

With the influx of mining, and the abundance of silver in the area, Aspen became a prosperous, industrial community that supported two competing railways, rich architecture, and drew the attention and backing of several venture capitalists, including Jerome B. Wheeler and David Hyman.

Numerous newspapers, banks and schools were just a few of the modern day amenities that attracted many to this remote mining town. With electricity being among the newest of luxuries available in Aspen, the town was able to expand even further with hospitals, two theaters and an opera house.

Although the sudden boom of the silver industry had caused many in the area to become wealthy, soon after, the Sherman Silver Act returned the US government to the gold standard, thus causing many to loose the fortunes they had so recently obtained. With silver markets not as lucrative as they had previously been, Aspen residents were forced to survive as a ranching center for many years after.

In the year of 1935, at a time when the population of Aspen was around 700 residents, the remote land was discovered by a group of outdoor enthusiasts that were in search of an ideal location for skiing. Aspen’s rise as a top skiing destination was temporarily stalled with the start of WWII. Though, with the Army’s 10th Mountain Division being stationed nearby, the area quickly became a ski retreat for soldiers who were on leave from nearby Camp Hale.

When the war ended, the ground work was laid for the Aspen known today. When a well-known 10th Mountain Division member, Austrian Friedl Pfeifer, along with Walter and Elizabeth Paepcke returned to the area in 1947, Aspen began to cement itself as one of the world’s best ski resort towns. Aspen Mountain opened with what was then, the world’s longest ski lift, and the Paepckes, a few years later, spearheaded The Goethe Bicentennial Convocation. The introduction of music, dance, art and theater at the Bicentennial was the beginning of the cultural significance that Aspen has become so well known for.

By 1968 Aspen had solidified its reputation as one of the world’s premier ski, and cultural destinations which continues to hold true to this day.