Aspen, Colorado

St. Regis, Aspen

Aspen Guide

Eat & Drink

Matsuhisa 303 East Main Street, 970 544-6628
Nestled beneath a charming victorian house, this outpost of world famous chef Nobu Matsuhisa is always packed full, so be sure to call ahead for a reservation.

Campo de Fiori 205 South Mill Street, 970 920-7717
This affordable restaurant features Northern Italian cuisine, with such Tuscan specialties as frutti de mare and linguine positano in a warm, cozy space.

‘J’ Bar
Hotel Jerome, 330 E. Main St., 970-920-1000
Tourists now outnumber locals at the ‘J’ Bar, but it’s still a fun, entertaining spot and a necessary Aspen experience.

Eric’s Bar
315 E. Hyman Ave., 970-920-6707
Whiskey is the claim to fame of Eric’s Bar, a lively watering hole where you can also find imported beers.


Little Nell
888-843-6355, 970 920-4600  or www.littlenell.com
For a taste of the high life, check into this recently renovated hotel where you’ll become addicted to the steam showers, Frette robes, and service that makes everyone feel like an A-lister. Doubles from $950, February through April.

St. Regis Aspen
888-454-9005,  970-920-6783 or stregisaspen.com
Having recently received a facelift, the main attraction at the St. Regis is the luxurious 15,000 square-foot Remede Spa that offers world class treatments in the heart of Aspen. Doubles from $900, January through April.


For the highest-end shopping, hit Galena Street and head north to Hopkins Avenue – they’re Aspen’s answers to Madison and Fifth avenues.

Prada 312 S. Galena St., 970 925-7001
This is ground zero for celebrities and locals looking for sleek ski wear.

Distractions 465 E. Hopkins Ave.; 970 544-9946
This hip boutique stocks high end designers like Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen and Zac Posen.


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