De-stress and decompress by partaking in some R&R at one of these local getaways. With spring just around the corner, rejuvenating spa treatments, relaxing hot tubs and luxurious hotel rooms are sure to fade those winter blues away.
A luxe suite at The Little Nell.
The St. Regis Aspen Resort
This five-star resort is known for its Remède Spa, known for its extensive, comprehensive spa menu, including customized body wraps and exfoliating scrubs. Picturesque views peak around each corner of the resort, whether enjoyed in the outdoor heated pool or horseback riding through the mountains. Ending a long day of leisure at the resort’s Velvet Buck restaurant means indulging in truffle flatbread and beef tartare. Continue your night in one of the grand Ralph Lauren-decorated rooms, where views of Aspen Mountain, 24-hour room service and 400-thread count Frette linens await. 315 E. Dean St., 970.920.3300, marriott.com.
Located in the peaks of Aspen’s Snowmass, this skiing and snowboarding sanctuary offers everything from 94 ski trails to a 7,000 square-foot wellness spa. Dining at Viceroy’s Toro Restaurant means Pan-Latin-inspired dishes, such as pulpo al olivo, cooked by none other than acclaimed chef Richard Sandoval. From Viceroy’s double black diamond runs in the winter to mountain biking and hot air balloon rides in the spring, there’s limitless staycation enjoyment for all. 130 Wood Rd., Snowmass Village, 970.923.8000, viceroyhotelsandresorts.com
Opened in 1948, this family-owned inn is a longtime Aspen favorite. None of the thirty-five luxurious rooms are decorated the same, providing an individual experience for every guest. Premium rooms are equipped with vaulted ceilings, robes, slippers and luxury, upgraded amenity packages. Secluded, steamy hot tubs with views of the Aspen and Red mountains and a third-floor observation deck overlooking Independence Pass make for a private, scenic stay. 232 W. Main St., 877.266.2466, annabelleinn.com
Hotel Jerome Spa
This spa’s treatments integrate local, rejuvenating minerals and herbs inspired by Aspen’s geography, such as Douglas fir, lavender and ylang-ylang. Spa “menu” items include CBD massages, signature facials and hot massage therapy with Himalayan stones. A private fitness center offers one-on-one yoga classes and TRX suspension training, to name a few. A steamy spa shower and lounging in the relaxation room make for a restful daycation ending. 330 E. Main St., 970.920.1000, aubergeresorts.com/hoteljerome
Aspen native Brittany Van Domelen runs this jack-of-all-trades wellness center designed for women on the go. Yoga, pilates, spa, stylist center and fitness classes are all designed for holistic healing and lavish living. O2’s spa includes elevated services including the Buddha Swedish massage, lash and brow enhancement services and micro-needling. Pampering at O2 is a customizable preference; browse O2’s boutique and loungewear selection with O2’s team of stylists or take an invigorating cardio pilates class at the studio. 408 S. Mill St., 970.925.4002, o2life.com
The Little Nell
Aspen’s only five-Star, five-diamond, ski-in and ski-out hotel is calling your name. Relaxation meets refinement with Little Nells’ fitness center, spa treatments, chic lobby boutique and 24-hour room service. Six luxury suites, named after notable Aspen personalities, are styled with modern decor, marble flooring, stunning private balconies, and in-room fireplaces and jacuzzi tubs—needless to say, a must-stay. A staycation at Little Nell is best paired with a beverage from the wine bar or with Wagyu beef apps at the on-site restaurant, Element 47. 675 E. Durant Ave., 855.920.4600, thelittlenell.com
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