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Viceroy Snowmass

130 Wood Rd, Snowmass Village, Colorado, USA
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Scout loves

  • No expense spared on stunning furnishings throughout.
  • Every room has a fireplace.
  • Attached to the premises is Eight K – an excellent Cajun-style restaurant (the name is a play on its elevation).
  • There’s also a ski-in ski-out gastropub called Nest, which has more than 50 different Colorado microbrews.
  • Poolside cabanas and fire pits provide shelter from the wind.
  • There is a stunning, full-service spa.
  • There is a little kitchen in every room (which includes a two-burner stove, dishwasher, refrigerator and convection oven/microwave).
  • All the one-bedroom apartments and larger come with a washer, dryer and balcony. 

Scout tips

  • Snowmass has a small village with restaurants, bars and shops but it is not as large as Aspen town – which is 20 minutes away.
  • The skiing at Snowmass is great for intermediates and for those who are trying to push themselves. However the more hardcore skiers may prefer to explore Aspen Highlands or Aspen Mountains, which are accessible via a town shuttle bus.
  • A resort fee of $30 per night will be applied. This covers a return airport shuttle, Snowmass village shuttle, daily Nespresso machine replenishments, Wi-Fi and newspapers.
  • Valet Parking is $25 a day.
  • Studios have a glass wall between the bathroom and bedroom, but an electric blind adds privacy.
  • The windows in the rooms generally provide mountain views whichever way you look, though the north-facing rooms do look over the main road into the village. The rooms defined as ‘slope-side’ are those which look towards the Assay Hill lift. 

SCOUT REVIEW

Of the four mountains in the Aspen area, Snowmass is best known as an intermediate mountain – great for families who have kids in ski school, or for adults who like to cruise the blues and push themselves on the occasional black run. But although Aspen town is overrun with 5 star hotels, for a long time Snowmass offered none. This meant that Snowmass skiers who wanted luxury accommodation had to stay in Aspen and catch a 20 minute shuttle to the slopes each day.

That was, until Viceroy opened a few years ago. Finally, families and intermediates who loved to be spoilt on their ski vacations could stay at Snowmass in the style they desired. The opening last year of Westin added another choice – though between the two, Viceroy tops it in the luxury stakes.

From the lobby to the guest rooms to everything in between, no expense has been spared. Décor-wise, the style of the place is like a cross between minimalist Scandinavian and contemporary Miami chic. (As strange as that might sound, it somehow works).

Scout loves the rooms – they are a good size (the smallest, i.e. the studios, are a minimum of 375 square feet) and just so beautifully decorated in the same chic Scandanavian design as the lobby, but without the Miami. While the studio rooms are perfectly adequate, if you’re travelling as part of a couple you really should consider a one bedroom apartment. This is because they have a full living area that is separated from the bedroom by a double-sided gas fireplace.

The Viceroy isn’t cheap so it’s nice that there are kitchen facilities in every room – not a full kitchen, but certainly enough to cook some simple meals. This will save you the cost of eating out for every breakfast and dinner.  

This is a great skier’s hotel – with ski valets to help you each morning and afternoon, and a convenient slope-side location that will get you onto the slopes straight away. Which makes a welcome change from the old 20 minute bus ride from town. 

Who should stay here

Suited to a higher-end clientele who would like to stay right next to the (mostly) intermediate slopes of Snowmass Mountain. 

Available: This selection is currently available for this price. Once you submit an inquiry our agents will confirm your booking via email and send you an invoice for a deposit. You will need to pay a 25% deposit within 7 days (unless otherwise specified) to secure the booking.

On Request: Our agents need to confirm availability of this room. Once you submit a request we will endeavour to get back to you by the next business day to confirm availability (some properties may take longer). If prices are listed they are the exact prices for your dates, room selection and room occupancy. Where prices are not listed we will confirm the price when we confirm availability. In either instance, you are not committed to your selection until after we confirm availability and price. Once you agree to that confirmation, you will be sent an invoice and will need to pay a 25% deposit within 7 days (unless otherwise specified) to secure the booking. If your requested room is not available, we will present alternative options.

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