Need to know
94, including 15 suites.
11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 4pm.
Double rooms from $375.00, excluding tax at 11.3 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional resort fee of $33.00 per room per night on check-out.
Rates are room only; à la carte breakfast, from $12.
Minibars are stocked with delicious gourmet snacks like dark chocolate-covered orange peel and organic chocolate peanut butter cups, and come with Nespresso coffee machines – and all of it is free.
Annually from mid-April to mid-May, and from the beginning of October until Thanksgiving.
At the hotel
Swimming pool, spa, gym, library, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, iPod dock, iPad, radio, yoga mat, Nespresso machine, humidifier, free minibar, wetbar, signature Auberge toiletries, bathrobes.
Our favourite rooms
Anything with a mountain view; no matter the season, Aspen Mountain is an awe-inspiring sight to wake up to. If we were splashing out, we’d check into Room 136, the Bixby Suite, which has a balcony and private access to the pool area.
The outdoor heated pool is open in both summer and winter. Children are welcome to splash around in the shallow end while you lounge in the loungers on the pool deck. A pool cart stocked with sunscreen, towels and robes, kids’ water toys, books, magazines and goggles to borrow, as well as free cold drinks, has all your poolside needs covered.
Don’t worry about lugging your ski gear with you – the hotel has a ski valet who works with luxury retailer Gorsuch to arrange for rentals or purchases of anything you might need.
Not only does the hotel have a spa with three treatment rooms and natural treatments inspired by the Roaring Fork Valley, but it also has a small fitness centre with yoga and Pilates classes. Guests also have free access to the neighbouring Aspen Club & Spa.
Dogs are welcome for $100 a booking and will be provided with a dog bed, bowl, collar and treats. See more pet-friendly hotels in Aspen.
Welcome, especially older ones. Cribs and extra beds are free; the pool is family-friendly; a kids’ game room has a Wii, Nintendo, two TVs, foosball table, colouring materials, books and movies. Babysitting can be arranged in advance for $25 an hour.
As an Auberge hotel, the Hotel Jerome takes its sustainability measures very seriously. All rooms have recycling bins, filtered water is provided in glass bottles, toiletries are hand-blended and provided in large refillable bottles, only LED light bulbs are used, in-room materials are provided electronically on an iPad, taps and toilets are all low-flow and the restaurant sources its ingredients locally. The hotel has also adopted a trail in Aspen that the staff maintains.