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Aspen, Colorado

A wilderness wonderland that caters to both the jet-set and the just-here-for-the-skiing crowd, Aspen has a hedonistic streak that sets it apart from its Colorado competitors.

The Snow Lodge

The Snow Lodge (the winter twin to the iconic Montauk stop-off, the Surf Lodge) can’t be beaten for après action. Get up early to catch the corduroys in your most brightly-colored PM ski outfit, then finish up a day of high-altitude skiing at the Snow Lodge – the snack pack of caviar and mozzarella sticks!

Gorsuch Ski Café

Start your day with a fresh orange juice and warm croissant at the foot of Aspen Mountain, referred to by the locals as Ajax, in Gorsuch Ski Café. Situated just a few paces from the gondola, the café is a bolt-on to a fabulous ski shop that can fine-tune your gear overnight or while you wait.


The Colorado edition of world-famous Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s restaurant is housed in a quaint Victorian house in downtown Aspen – a confusing but as it turns out genius twist that has endeared Aspen’s see-and-be-seen sushi restaurant to rock stars and locals alike. Fans will know Matsuhisa’s specialty is hyper-fresh Japanese dishes with a Peruvian touch.

St. Regis

A hotel that heralds from the Gilded Age, and that has cleverly kept pace with Aspen’s reinvention from mining town to understatedly opulent ski resort, the St Regis is a bucket-list hotel that today feels like stepping into a Bruce Weber photograph. Forget the Ralph Lauren beds – the best part of this hotel is getting a morning cuddle from Kitty Jacob Astor II, the Bernese mountain dog who presides over the lobby (and boasts the Instagram following of a minor celebrity) and the daily 5pm Champagne sabrage tradition. 

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