Sumptuous Americana decor, modern cozy rooms, a courtesy Mercedes and fantastic staff. Total win.... See full review
Mar 3, 2014
We stayed here for 3 nights and wanted to stay longer. It is a very comfortable hotel with great... See full review
Dec 13, 2013
A landmark in Aspen, the AAA Four Diamond Award-winning Hotel Jerome is ideally situated in the heart of town. The hotel pioneered new levels of innovation and luxury when it opened in 1889 at the height of Aspen's boomtown silver-mining era and has been meticulously maintained to retain its Rocky Mountain character and identity as one of the great hotels of the American West. After a complete remodel in the Fall 2012, Hotel Jerome opened it's doors reaffirming that it is more than a place to stay, it's a place to experience. Hotel Jerome offers an elegant and relaxed ambiance, impeccable service, premium accommodations and fine dining. With its authentic saloon ambiance, the ever-popular J-Bar has been Aspen's favorite watering hole for well over a century. Each of the 93 richly appointed guestrooms and spacious suites provide a haven of comfort and sophistication.
Hotel Jerome Rooms
One Bedroom Suite
The One Bedroom Suite consists of two rooms - a bedroom and separate living room, together averaging 725 square feet. The bedroom is furnished with a king bed, and a 42" plasma television. The separate living room is furnished with a leather sleeper sofa, oversized desk, dining table, and an additional 40" plasma television. The bathroom features a separate walk-in shower from an oversized bath and a double basin marble vanity.
The Deluxe King guest room offers a king bed, 40" plasma television, desk, and a love seat or lounge chair. The Deluxe King averages 525 square feet and is found primarily in the north wing of the hotel. Bathrooms feature a separate walk-in shower from an oversized bath and a double basin marble vanity.
Junior Suite Double
The spacious Junior Suite Double is a single room that averages 650 square feet. It is furnished with two queen beds, 40" plasma television, love seat, coffee table, and desk. The bathroom features a separate walk-in shower from an oversized bath and a double basin marble vanity.
Junior Suite King
The spacious Junior Suite King is a single room suite averaging 650 square feet. This room is furnished with a king bed, 40" plasma television, desk and dining table and chairs. The full living room includes a love seat and coffee table. The bathroom features a separate walk-in shower from an oversized bath and a double basin marble vanity.
The Premier King guest room offers a king bed, 40" plasma television, lounge chair and desk. The Premier King averages 545 square feet and is exclusive to the original section of the hotel with mountain or town views. The bathroom features a separate walk-in shower from an oversized bath and a double basin marble vanity.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Fitness center or spa
24 hour room service
Doctor on call
1) Aspen Regional Airport is three miles away.
2) Eagle Regional Airport is sixty eight miles away.
Hotel Jerome is located in the heart of downtown Aspen, four blocks from Aspen Mountain. Local activities include: skiing, golf, hot-air balooning, para-gliding, river-rafting, hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing, horseback riding, gondola rides, snow mobile tours, ice skating, spa services, dog sled rides, theater, shopping, concerts and children's activities.
The Living Room
A stylish, relaxing and inviting space for light snacks and cocktails.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. High quality seasonal ingredients are combined to produce classic American cuisine.
A whimsical sanctuary overlooking Aspen Mountain, The Garden Terrace welcomes guests to a stylish meal under the vast Colorado sky. A casual setting during the day, the outdoor space transforms in the evening into a candlelit oasis replete with colorful flora and a lively ambiance.
Since opening in 1889, the Jerome Bar or J-Bar, as it is locally known, has been Aspen's favorite watering hole. Maintaining its original 19th century style, the J-Bar interior exudes the same Western saloon flare it had when silver miners bellied up to the bar to celebrate their good fortune. Today, Hollywood stars celebrate fortune of another kind as they mingle with Aspen locals and visitors for good times and good drink. The J-Bar features signature cocktails, an assortment of domestic and imported beers, plus a full bar of premium liquors. Bottled water, soft drinks, juices, coffee, tea and espresso drinks are also available.
Let us ensure that your next meeting or conference will be a successful
and a memorable one. With over 7,500 square feet of meeting space and
banquet fare that compares to the finest restaurants, the Hotel Jerome's
conference facilities rival those of the world's best hotels.
Our conference facilities include a 3,450 square foot Grand Ballroom
with a capacity of up to 200. Five additional rooms accommodate groups
of 10 to 80. Outdoor function space with views of Aspen Mountain can host
a function of up to 350. Our full service Catering and Conference Services
Department can coordinate all the details of your meeting or conference.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by CheapTickets
Great Location in the heart of Aspen right in the center of it all... Rooms are amazing, the hotel has a nostalgic feel without sacrificing elegance and luxury one would expect of Aspen.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
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Review of Hotel Jerome
Would not recommend
Jun 13, 2011
Hotel Disappointment, not worth the $$$
I choose to stay at the Hotel Jerome for two reasons. One because it is a historical landmark located in downtown Aspen and two, I had lived in Aspen and always wanted to stay there. This hotel was not at all worth the money and I left feeling
extremely disappointed with the rooms and the way they conducted business. First of all, paying nearly $200/night for a 4 star hotel, one might have expectations regarding their room, like having air conditioning for example. My room had a swamp cooler that was barely able to keep my room cool...the bathroom was literally a sauna since it was located in a seperate area. I opened my windows to cool the place down and the window lock fell off. The windows and no screens and a bird nearly flew in before I shooed him away. The bellman who brought my luggage up to my room showed me where the mini-fridge was located, but instructed me not to put anything in there that "needed to be kept really cold, because it doesn't work that well." Then why do they even offer guests a fridge? You must call the front desk for ice, there are no machines on any of the floors and there was no coffee pot for making your own cup in the am, although you could order room service in the am for about $5. The TV volume on the remote only went up so far (which was barely audible), so every time you turned on the TV you had to walk to the TV and increase the volume manually. My fourth day there I checked my on-line banking and noticed that the hotel was charging me $100/day for incidentals. Per the front desk, this is the total cost of items I could take from the hotel. Really? People who spend this type of money most likely aren't going to steal the used towels and awesome duvet covers. That's a lot of money to be tied up in charges that simply didn't exist, and I don't even remember authorizing those charges whatsoever. I spoke to 3 different people who called it an "authorization" and said it was standard procedure. They explained the money would be released back once I checked out (took 3 days later). I have traveled all over the world, in MUCH nicer hotels than this, and never been charged such a ridiculous room fee- a room deposit of $100 yes, but $400- NO! This place was nothing but an overpriced old motel, with a once great reputation. Note to self, that historical doesn't mean great, it just means really old. On a positive note, the location was close to downtown, but you can get that at many other hotels in the area.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Travelling to Aspen in the "off seasons" allows you to eat at the local hot spots for less, since many of the restaurants have a price fix menu- this includes choice of an appetizer, main meal, and dessert, and usually a drink.