By Damien Williamson | January 5, 2016 | Home & Real Estate
Organizing a luxury ski getaway can often require an attention to detail more suitable for an event planner than someone looking for a little R&R. But in Aspen, luxury and simplicity collide in the form of residence clubs that consider your every wish and desire before you’ve even thought of it. We found five stunning properties that fit the bill.
The Residences Viceroy Snowmass revealed two new designer ski-in/ski-out units slated to be finished this winter, raising the bar for Roaring Fork Valley luxury living. The new penthouses include a 3,474-square-foot, four-bedroom unit set on two levels that can be used adjoined or as separate quarters, and a 2,169-square-foot, three-bedroom unit located all on one level. Both penthouses offer a sleek and modern ambiance with warm hues and refined textures accented by wood plank flooring, handcrafted wool carpets, and plush oversized furniture. The units also have access to all the amenities of the luxurious Viceroy Snowmass resort, including a full-service luxury spa, pool and fitness center, slope-side ski valet, ski and snowboarding school for children, Treehouse Kids’ Adventure Center, and an après scene at the modern dining enclaves of Eight K and Nest. 130 Wood Road, 970-923-8000
Dancing Bear Aspen will unveil its new mountainside building in February, featuring luxury and contemporary mountain interior design by NCH Design and amenities including a movie screening room, private dining room with wine cellar, gym, rooftop deck with hot tubs, and a brand new Zen Den rejuvenation spa. The second phase of this Timbers Residence Club features three-bedroom, 1,800-square-foot units sold in 1/8th fractional interests. Additionally, the mountainside building features a stunning 3,900-square-foot penthouse residence with 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and a 2,700-square-foot outdoor living space with 360-degree views, the largest rooftop deck for a private residence in downtown Aspen. 411 S Monarch St., 970-236-6640
Located in the heart of downtown Aspen—mere steps from Aspen Mountain and the nightlife, cultural and dining scene that Aspen has to offer—Hyatt Grand Aspen offers the right size, the perfect view, and the must-have amenities for any vacation. Whether you’re looking for a studio, one-, two-, three-, or four-bedroom residences, enjoy walk-in showers and spa tubs, full-equipped Viking kitchens and dining rooms, private balconies, fireplaces, and optional hot tubs. And because you’re located right in the downtown core, you’ll never miss a single event. 415 E Dean St., 970-429-9100
The exclusive residences are managed by Aspen’s only five-star, five-diamond hotel resort, The Little Nell, which means that guests are guaranteed an extraordinary experience. The dramatic mountain-inspired landscape, sublime custom furnishings, fine art and collectibles, and unrivaled ski-in, ski-out amenities create an unforgettable vacation. Guest rooms range from 450 to 850 square feet, while the residences range from 1,700 to 4,000 square feet. All of the accommodations offer access to an unbelievably stunning rooftop pool and water garden, a gym and yoga studio with a view, and a service team awaiting your arrival. 501 E Dean St., 855-258-4074
Lorrie B. Aspen & Associates—known for offering some of Aspen’s premier properties—presents this one-of-a-kind 4,900-square-foot, five-bedroom penthouse located in Aspen’s famed West End. Owners of this signature property will enjoy sweeping views of town and the surrounding mountains complete a modern aesthetic designed by Ted Mularz in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright. This luxury residence features three fireplaces, leather wall coverings, unobstructed views of Aspen Mountain, a chef’s kitchen, and is a short five-minute stroll to shopping and dining options. 400 W. Hopkins Ave., 970-920-0020