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Aspen, CO Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 16
Total Sleeping Rooms 2,200
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 179
Largest Exhibit Space 16,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 9,146 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $186
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $71
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $565
*Maximum for a single hotel

Aspen, CO Things to Do and Attractions

Belly Up Aspen

Belly Up Aspen is an All Ages club (over age 6, except for certain shows, which are 18+) that offers more than 300 live concerts a year, featuring performers ranging from The Flaming Lips, Jane’s Addiction, and Ben Harper, to B.B. King, Chris Isaak,

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Aspen Santa Fe Ballet

Formerly call Aspen Ballet, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet is a company of eleven classically trained dancers who perform the classic works along with distinctive groundbreaking works. Known for its pioneering spirit, the company forms the core of a

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Aspen Music Festival & School

The world-renowned Aspen Music Festival features over 300 music events over an eight week period each summer, with more than 70,000 people attending and up to eight events each day. The program includes performances by four on-site orchestras, opera,

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L’Hostaria Ristorante

This thoroughly Italian restaurant with a contemporary edge is hidden in a downstairs location, but locals and regulars to Aspen know exactly where to find it and love it for its lively atmosphere as well as its pasta and focaccia bread made fresh

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One of Aspen’s newer restaurants, Rustique offers a twist on the traditional Parisian Bistro approach to French dining. The interior feels like the French countryside, with soft earth tones on its stucco-like walls and touches like pots dangling in

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Considered Aspen’s s premier contemporary Asian restaurant, the eaterie is known for its exciting sushi bar, bustling dining room, hip bar scene and Asian Martinis. Dishes on the menu favored by locals include Dynamite Shrimp, Blackened Tuna, Broiled

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Chefs Club by FOOD & WINE

Chef’s Club by FOOD & WINE restaurant is located in a gracious dining room at the St. Regis Aspen hotel, a space befitting the Best New Chef award winners who rotate the menu annually and make appearances at the restaurant to showcase the concept to

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Since opening in 1997, Jimmy’s focus has been offering the finest in American cuisine accompanied by an award winning wines and spirits menu. Particular emphasis is placed on using the best possible ingredients, such as Colorado grass-fed beef. A

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Steak HOUSE No. 316

The most recent addition to the corner of Mill and Hyman, home to the venerable Wheeler Opera House and famous dancing fountain, Steak HOUSE No. 316 joins sister restaurants Wild Fig and Brexi Brasserie. Serving exceptional prime steaks as well as

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Mezzaluna is famous for its combination of great food and lively bar scene, a potent blend that prompted Gourmet Magazine to rank it as one of the top three restaurants in Aspen. The Italian restaurant’s décor is distinctly hip, with soaring potted

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Aspen Expeditions

Since 1976, this group of professional AMGA (American Mountain Guides Association) trained or certified mountain guides has been taking adventurers into the mountains surrounding the resort community of Aspen. As a permittee of the White River

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Blazing Adventures

When it is time to get outside and play, many meeting planners turn to Blazing Adventures because of its 25-year reputation as a highly respected and creative year round group activity services company. Blazing Adventures specializes in developing

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Ashcroft Ski Touring

Located up near the ghost town of Ashcroft, the outdoor center became the first self-sustaining cross-country ski area in the country in 1971. More than 65 kilometers of groomed tracks wind through 600 acres of awe inspiring high mountain scenery.

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Aspen Center for Environmental Studies

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) is a non-profit environmental science education center with four sites in the Roaring Fork Valley. ACES provides programs in environmental science and ecological literacy for everyone from school

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Aspen Recreation Center

The Aspen Recreation Center, known to locals as ARC, offers a variety of recreational facilities, including an indoor pool with a two-story water slide; a lap pool; a lazy river; a 32-foot climbing tower, NHL Ice Rink, Batting cages, tennis courts, a

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Theatre Aspen

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The award-winning Theatre Aspen stages its musicals, plays, new work and family friendly shows in the heart of Rio Grande Park, combining professional theater and the outdoors. Audiences view featured Broadway talent and local performers, as well as

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Wheeler Opera House

Restored to its current Victorian splendor, the historic Wheeler Opera House, built in 1889, serves as Aspen’s premier site for concerts, movies, festivals, lectures, community events and more. Home to the Aspen Music Festival and School’s Opera

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Maroon Bells

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Regarded as the most photographed peaks in North America, the 14,000-foot Maroon Bells sit 10 miles from Aspen, surrounded by White River National Forest land; and near Maroon Lake, which mirrors the image of the Maroon Bells peaks. There is limited

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John Denver Sanctuary

Nestled just across from the Rio Grande Place Visitors Center, the John Denver Sanctuary was constructed in memory of the famous singer and former Aspen resident, who died in a plane crash in 1997. The sanctuary features flower gardens, native

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Aspen Mountain Gondola

The popular Aspen Mountain Gondola takes guests to the 11,212-foot peak, providing spectacular panoramic views of the Elk Mountains along the way. Once at the top of Aspen Mountain, summertime visitors can play the highest disc golf course in North

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Culinary Connectors Tours

Culinary Connectors Tours welcomes visitors to get to know Aspen's culinary masterminds, thanks to exclusive behind the scenes culinary and cocktail tours during which visitors can interact with chefs and enjoy tastings paired with wines and

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Gateway Canyons Air Tours

Gateway Canyons Air Tours allow passengers to soar over red rock deserts, snow-capped mountain peaks and more, courtesy of the scenic and guided air tours that begin in Aspen. Participants can enjoy the seven-passenger Cessna Caravan for a guided

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