An Aspen icon with a storied past

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Marvel at ancient artworks and artifacts sprinkled throughout the resort
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Welcome to the cozy and well kept Hotel Jerome
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A modern Aspen Landmark since 1889.

Hotel Jerome has been the social hub of Aspen since its opening in 1889 at the height of the town’s silver boom, known as the place where all great stories were born and are told. As the only Aspen hotel to survive the silver crash, the long pre-ski-resort winters, and the Depression, we’ve seen cowboys ride through our doors, 10th Mountain Division soldiers gather round over pints after training on the slopes, and Hunter S. Thompson holding court during his run for sheriff. You can’t experience Aspen, without experiencing Jerome.

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World-class powder, backcountry adventures, culture, shopping and nightlife come together for the best ski and mountain scene in the Rockies.

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Heaven in the Mountains...The splendor of Aspen is present at the Hotel Jerome, from its Western history to some modern furnishings this hotel is a gem.

Stories from Hotel Jerome

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Learn Greet Jerome B. Wheeler at the Front Desk

Hotel Jerome’s rooms look even more historically accurate than the original historic rooms did, thanks to the multimillion dollar renovation in 2012. Travel back in time and sink into leather furniture reminiscent of the 1930’s, be greeted by a grand portrait of Jerome B. Wheeler above the front-desk fireplace, or enter a room with new detailing that takes you back a century.

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Do I Found Marilyn Monroe's Bra on the Aspen Slopes

You can find Marilyn Monroe’s bra on the Aspen slopes— kind of. I'll let you in on the local secret; Aspen’s four ski mountains are covered with mysterious shrines. The snowy sanctuaries are built anonymously and largely dedicated to famous entertainers ranging from Elvis Presley to Jerry Garcia.

Edgar Payen
Guest Services
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Do My Favorite Aspen Season Isn't Winter

There’s one thing you need to know about Aspen; you’ll come for the winter, and stay for the summer. Ski season might be total heaven, but the world-renowned events going on during the warmer months make it tough to say goodbye come September.

Troy Thibeault
Chef Concierge
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