Aspen Chamber Resort Association

Convention center
Guest Rooms2,000
Guest rooms at 1 hotel179 guest rooms
Special event venues
Average room rate$378.00
Daily food cost$91.00
Occupancy rate58%
Tax rate11.3%

Aspen Chamber Resort Association


Aspen Defy Ordinary

Aspen is a bucket-list destination for meetings, incentives, and events with limitless outdoor adventure, world-class dining, shopping and culture all concentrated within a quaint mining town set against a stunning mountain backdrop. Aspen offers a diverse selection of hotels, ranging from historical to modern and affordable to luxurious; easy access through the Aspen Airport, located only three miles from downtown Aspen; and a forecast of sunshine 300 days a year.

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Getting Here

Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE) is located only three miles from downtown Aspen, and is the most convenient airport in the Rocky Mountain region! Aspen Airport offers up to 40 flights daily in the winter months and up to 22 flights daily in the summer months on United, American and Delta airlines. Aspen is 220 miles or approximately 3.5 hours from Denver International Airport via I-70 west. Additional regional airports include Eagle County located 70 miles/80 minutes and Grand Junction located 2.5 hours from Aspen.

Distance from airport

  • Aspen/Pitkin County Airport

    4.83 km from city center

  • Eagle Airport

    112.65 km from city center

  • Denver International Airport (DIA)

    354.05 km from city center


Local Attractions

Hyman + Cooper Ave Mall

Shopping in Aspen isn't only for the designer-inclined diva. Choices for shopping here in Aspen run the gamut from consignment to Prada. Tried and true outerwear is also on hand for your next mountain adventure. Aspen's pedestrian malls are the perfect place for a leisurely shopping excursion where one can find fine art, clothing and gear. Aspen's Saturday Market (every Saturday from June 13th through October 10th, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. After Labor Day 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.) is another great draw and showcases locally grown produce and artisans while being a great place for socializing too. Live music is on hand to keep your spirits up as you shop around for a little bit of everything.
Hyman Ave + Cooper Ave
Between Galena + Mill Street
Aspen, CO, US 81611

Aspen Film

Established in 1979, Aspen Film is one of Colorado's most active film arts organizations, presenting dynamic programs and featured guest artists throughout the year. Internationally recognized, Aspen Film organizes a major film event in every season, along with an extensive education program: Aspen Filmfest, Academy Screenings, Aspen Shortsfest and Film Educates. With a mission to enlighten, enrich, educate and entertain through film, Aspen Film stimulates thought, encourages dialogue and broadens understanding of our world and selves through the diverse spectrum of ideas presented by filmmakers worldwide.
110 E. Hallam St.
Suite 102
Aspen, CO, US 81611

Roaring Fork River

Winter, spring, summer or fall - fishing is perhaps the one sport you can enjoy in Aspen year-round! Cast a line on a high-alpine lake in summer, or fish the Gold Medal AND Blue Ribbon waters of the Roaring Fork and Frying Pan rivers in just about any season. World-renowned fly fishing is technically as close as Mill Street in Aspen, but most travel just ten minutes outside of downtown on the Roaring Fork River. And if you're feeling like a drive, the Frying Pan and Crystal Rivers also hold fantastic fly-fishing a bit further afield.
Aspen, CO, US 81611

Jazz AspenSnowmass

An internationally recognized summer-long series of musical performances and diverse education programs dedicated to the preservation and performance of Jazz and World music.
110 E. Hallam St.
Suite 104
Aspen, CO, US 81611

Red Brick Center for the Arts

The Red Brick is Aspen’s home for local arts where organizations, artists and education come together to strengthen our community. First Thursday openings celebrate our monthly exhibits of local art and a wide variety of arts education and experiences for adults and youth provide countless ways to interact with local art and explore your creativity. The gallery is open Monday – Friday, 10am – 6pm and Saturdays, seasonally. For class schedules, visit us online at
110 E. Hallam St.
Suite 118
Aspen, CO, US 81611

Belly Up, Aspen

Belly Up is the best live music venue in Aspen featuring concerts and events from the biggest and best in the entertainment industry
450 S Galena St
Aspen, CO, US 81611

Cooking School of Aspen

Thinking of the most unique dining experience in Aspen then think of the New Cooking School of Aspen. From hands on cooking classes to demonstration classes paired with wine, we will not only cook your meal, but show you how to prepare it for a truly interactive experience. From classes on Classic French Gastronomy, to Thai, to classes on Spanish Tapas, we offer one of the best overall DINING EXPERIENCES in all of Aspen.
305 E. Hopkins Ave.
Aspen, CO, US 81611

Aspen Music Festival

The Aspen Music Festival and School is the United States’ premier classical music festival, presenting more than 400 musical events during its eight-week summer season in Aspen. The institution draws the world’s top performers, artist-faculty, and more than 600 music students representing the field’s best talent to this Colorado mountain retreat for an unparalleled combination of performances and music education. Many events are free. Visit for additional information.
225 Music School Road
Aspen, CO, US 81611



High season
Jan 1 – Mar 31
Jun 13 – Sep 7
Shoulder season
Apr 1 – May 31
Oct 16 – Dec 15
Low season
Jun 1 – Jun 12
Sep 8 – Oct 15

Additional Information

Aspen Chamber is the best first point of contact when considering Aspen, Colorado for a meeting, incentive or event. Aspen Chamber partners with clients to source hotels and venues; provides destination resources; organizes and hosts site visits and fam trips; and provide booking incentives and event support for group business. Aspen invites you to defy ordinary.


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