The historic Hotel Jerome in Aspen, originally built in 1889, has reopened following an extensive four-month renovation. A cornerstone of Aspen’s hotel scene, the redesigned property successfully retains the historic character of the hotel while all 93 guest rooms and public spaces have been updated.
New owners Abuerge Resorts hired Todd-Avery Lenahan to redesign the interiors and all the guest rooms have been upgraded with state-of-the-art technology, enhanced lighting, and historically inspired furnishings that are custom designed, including the “butler bar”cabinet, writing tables, and beds.
The lobby and atrium of the 1889 property have been returned to their original configurations, with refurbished heritage details such as an Indian rug-patterned tile floor. Heritage pieces, such as the front desk and grand fireplace, anchor the space. Adjoining the atrium, a new living room is set within its original location, the space of the former Century Room. The new expansive lobby Living Room was designed for guests to relax and settle in over American tapas and drinks from a new lobby bar. A new upscale American bistro, Prospect, has overtaken the former Jacob’s Corner space, which has been expanded to the outdoor Terrace windows. The iconic J-Bar retains its original watering-hole appeal, with casual dining and one of the best burgers in town.
A contemporary new Auberge Spa has also been added on the lower level and features three treatment rooms offering a range of massages and skin care services.
Rates start at $800 per night during high season or book a special like the Bed and Breakfast Special for $835 for two nights, valid through April 14, 2013.
330 East Main Street