October 17, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Little Nell, The in Aspen, Colorado
The name of this hotel is misleading. In fact, The Little Nell is Aspen's biggest extravagance, a ski-in, ski-out den of decadence at the base of Aspen Mountain. While the style may be that of an intimate country inn, the service and sumptuousness belong to a grand hotel. From the private entrance, 2,500-square-foot Paepcke Suite with a fireplace in its king-bedded master bedroom to wine classes complemented by a 15,000 bottle private cellar, indulgence knows no bounds.
This convivial hot spot entices locals and visitors with Montagna restaurant and The Bar, acclaimed for its legendary aprčs-ski scene. Standing out is the dual concierge team--one dedicated to hotel wishes and the other to your ski needs--which includes two members of the exclusive Le Clefs d'Or USA. Whether you require your boots warmed before you hit the slopes or a massage when you return, this group of insiders delights in meeting, and exceeding, your every desire.
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Amenities for Little Nell, The
- General Information
- 92 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- Champagne Bar
- Business Center
- Active & Adventure
- Ski & Snow
Reviews for Little Nell, The
We came during the summer so this review has nothing to do with winter sports/skiing: Location- great, close to the Silver Queen Gondola, can easily walk to town center (but this is true of all the 5 star hotels around here). They also offer free airport pickup and dropoff, which I didn't know until after I had taken an Uber there- you just need to call and let them know your flight info. Very quick ride to airport. Service- for a 5 star resort, this is what they are lacking. Some of the staff were good, but some were snooty and not that helpful. This was especially true of the people in the restaurant downstairs- we had to wait forever to get our coffee at breakfast, and right at 10:59am they started taking up the breakfast buffet, approximately 2 minutes after they asked if we wanted anything else. Rooms- small, but clean and look updated. Unfortunately ours was directly overlooking the pool and it was LOUD. We asked to be moved to another room but they were unable to accommodate us. Food- typical breakfast buffet- nothing fantastic. Normal lunch and dinner fare- nothing to highlight. Would not eat on property unless you needed to, there are so many good options elsewhere. Overall- have stayed at the St. Regis and would definitely recommend that over here. There they just seem to be willing to go out of their way to help you with whatever where as here they make it seem like you are bothering them with your requests- just not the kind of 5 star vibe I'm looking for.
Tiffany M - San Francisco, California
What a wonderful hotel. Located within walking distance of downtown, The Little Nell is a beautiful property. The rooms are modern, spacious and comfortable. Ours had a flat screen tv, fireplace, sitting area and very comfy beds. The marble bathroom had upscale bath amenities, shower and oversized tub. I took advantage of the latter multiple times. The service here is excellent, as you would expect. Everyone greets you with a smile and they have transportation that can take you around town. They certainly have earned their Forbes 5-Star award and would highly recommend this luxury accommodation to anyone visiting Aspen.
ron114 - Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
There is an old saying that "you get what you pay for", and for the most part it holds true. With The Little Nell, it most certainly does. This hotel is not cheap, but for the best location in Aspen, as well as some of the best service you have ever had, it stands up as the best in the business. From the time you arrive until the day you leave there will be staff waiting on you hand and feet for any and every need you may have or think you may have. If you want a truly first class experience and don't mind paying a little bit more for it then The Little Nell will be a great choice.
1111Gerald - Des Moines, Iowa
If you're going to Aspen, it's worth the (yes, even more) splurge to experience the luxury of The Little Nell. And if you are a Colorado resident, lucky you because there are special rates during the off season, which is how I managed to swing it. We were a group of 8 women (age 50 and up) fresh from hiking from Crested Butte over to Aspen. During check-in, everyone was talking at once and asking questions, but the staff very patiently and efficiently sorted us all out. And that's what they do with everything. "Don't worry, we will take care of everything" was my favorite phrase! The rooms are beautiful and comfortable, with a gas fireplace, huge bathroom and perfect bedding for a great night's sleep. This is an annual event for us and we look forward to it all year. Do consider a stay if you can swing it.
engdeb - Colorado Springs, Colorado
The Little nell was a bit pricey compared to some luxury hotels i have stayed at. I have been on cruises for 8 days for much less than the four days i was at Little Nells. The location was great and the transportation by the hotel any time and anywhere locally was exceptional.
Brian T - Houston, Texas