Hotel Jerome

Location: Rocky Mountains | USA

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

An elegant jewel in Aspen’s impressive crown, the Hotel Jerome offers the perfect retreat from which to explore the region’s abundant outdoor attractions, cultural offerings, dining and shopping. A model example of thoughtful historic preservation, Hotel Jerome elegantly blends comfort, convenience and understated luxury with an authentic mountain aesthetic and spirit. World-class dining and spa treatments contribute to a truly elevated and unique experience.
Perfect forDiscerning alpine adventurers.
In the knowBookworms will be inspired to learn that Hunter s. Thompson used the J-Bar as his de facto office.

Recommended for...

  • Boutique Hotel
  • City Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Family-friendly

Hotel Overview


The upscale downtown area of the renowned resort town of Aspen, Colorado.

Rooms at Hotel Jerome

Luxuriously appointed with custom furnishings and authentic details that embody the mountain spirit of Aspen, rooms and suites at the Hotel Jerome are traditionally elegant in style and serve as a relaxing haven from which to enjoy the best that Aspen has to offer. The Presidential Suite boasts stunning, unrivalled views over Aspen Mountain.

Food and facilities

Showcasing fresh ingredients from local farmers, Hotel Jerome offers a range of inspired Aspen dining options to delight and surprise you throughout your stay. Enjoy delicious modern-bistro fare at Prospect, summer dining on the terrace, après-ski in the Living Room or indulge at Aspen’s iconic J-Bar for an authentic Old Western Saloon surprise. Aspiring chefs can benefit from hands-on cooking classes with Executive Chef Rob Zack, while no special talents are required to enjoy wine tasting sessions with the resident Wine Director.

Activities at Hotel Jerome

Aspen and Snowmass Mountains, the Roaring Fork River, the Maroon Bells and the stunning terrain surrounding these landmarks are home to world-class skiing, snowboarding, white water rafting, hiking, fly fishing and mountain biking among many other outdoor pursuits. For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, take a twilight dog sledding excursion through the tranquil mountain trails, pulled by huskies and guided by an expert musher. The intimate Auberge Spa, utilising centuries of tradition of natural medicine from the Roaring Fork Valley, is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate after a day in the great outdoors.

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