Aspen Meadows Resort

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845 Meadows Road Aspen, CO 81611

Need dates

  • 08/20/202408/30/2024
  • 09/29/202410/03/2024
  • 10/06/202410/10/2024




2014 Bronze Smart Star in the Best Conference Category from Smart Meetings 2014- Meetings Focus- one of the top 6 views in the US West 2013 Executive Travel- One of the World's Best Conference Centers


Room features and guest services

  • Calls (local)
  • Calls (toll-free)
  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (mountain)


  • Free airport shuttle
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Pet friendly
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Skiing
  • Tennis courts
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Taxi


  • Portable heaters
  • Staging area

Getting Here

The Aspen Meadows Resort is located 3.8 miles from the Aspen Pitkin County Airport- Sardy Field (ASE). United and American Airlines service Aspen with non-stop flights from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Dallas, Austin, Phoenix, Chicago and Denver. Aspen Meadows is also a 3.5 hour drive from Denver, CO and Denver International Airport (DIA)


  • Complimentary parking
  • Valet parking$40.00 / day
  • Bus parking

Distance from airport

  • 3.8 mi. from venue

Aspen Meadows Resort Meeting Space

Total meeting space21,203 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms15
Largest room4,235 sq. ft.
Second largest room4,035 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms98
Single (1 bed)88
Double (2 beds)10
Single (1 bed) rate$149.00 – $699.00
Tax rate11.3%
Occupancy rate74.6%

Local Attractions

Resnick Center for Herbert Bayer Studies

0 mi. away
The Resnick Center for Herbert Bayer Studies is an exhibition space and center for the study of art and culture located in Aspen, Colorado. The Bayer Center is operated by the Aspen Institute. The Bayer Center preserves the art and legacy of Herbert Bayer (1900–1985), an influential modern artist and designer who studied and taught at the Bauhaus before emigrating from Germany to the United States in 1938. After relocating to Colorado in 1946, Bayer helped lead the postwar revitalization of the city of Aspen, shaped the early artistic and programmatic vision of the Aspen Institute, and designed the historic Aspen Meadows campus between 1953 and 1973.
610 Gillespie Ave
Aspen, CO, US 81611

Aspen Music Festival

Adjacent to the Aspen Meadows property and set in the awe-inspiring Colorado Rockies, the Aspen Music Festival and School has carried on the vision of creativity and education that started with the 1949 Goethe Bicentennial Convocation. Elizabeth and Walter Paepcke of Chicago launched the two-week celebration in Aspen that brought figures such as Albert Schweitzer, Arthur Rubinstein, and many other noted individuals for lectures, symposia, and concerts. Uniting the intersecting worlds of ideas, art, and natural beauty, this event started something special: fostering the growth of the human spirit through the melding of art and nature. Today, over sixty years later, the AMFS continues pursuing that ideal with an eight-week summer festival of more than 320 events - including orchestral concerts, chamber music, opera, contemporary music, master classes, lectures, and kids' programs. Each day brings concerts to the 2,050-seat Benedict Music Tent (an acoustically superior and award-winning permanent structure that opened in 2000), the beautifully restored Victorian Wheeler Opera House, the exceptional Harris Concert Hall, as well as in churches and other halls around Aspen. Many events are free, and other tickets range up to $80. Lawn seating is always free.
Aspen Meadows Resort
Aspen, CO

Aspen Art Museum

3 minutes away
Aspen Art Museum is an artist-founded institution dedicated to supporting artists in the development of bold ideas to shape our museum and the field of art today. We are both a platform and a place, highly attuned to the advancement of the vital ecosystem of art and the critical discourse surrounding it within the context and community of Aspen and beyond. As an exhibition-focused, non-collecting museum, we are positioned to make strong commitments to meaningful exchange, both responding to—and driving—cultural change.
637 East Hyman Avenue
Aspen, CO, US 81611

Aspen Mountain

3 minutes away
Towering above the downtown core, Aspen ‘Ajax’ Mountain is a sight to be seen. World-renowned skiing and mountain scene entertain in the winter months while summer hosts free music atop the mountain, the world’s second highest Disc-golf course and incredible views. Take the Silver Queen Gondola up to the top and see for yourself the surrounding majestic Elk Mountain Range.

Maroon Bells Wilderness Area

26 minutes away
The Maroon Bells are located in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, (near Aspen), and are considered to be the most photographed peaks in Colorado. If you’re a nature lover and wondering what you want to see in Colorado, I highly recommend visiting these peaks. I consider them to be the most spectacular mountain peaks in the whole United States

Downtown Aspen

3 minutes away
Located just minutes from the resort, renowned dining, eventful nightlife, contemporary art galleries, boutique shopping and that famed small-town charm, Aspen’s chic yet quaint downtown core has a plethora of offerings suited to excite any visitor
Aspen Meadows Resort
Aspen, CO, US 81611

Blazing Adventures

Experience the four mountains in a truly intimate way, Blazing Adventures offers outdoor activities for any season. Mountain biking, ATV, Jeep, snowmobile, snowshoe and sunset dinner tours and the always exciting white water rafting.


PROPERTY Your event, conference or wedding begins in a Bauhaus-inspired wonderland set against the breathtaking backdrop of the Rocky Mountains. Located on 40 acres beside the Roaring Fork River, Aspen Meadows Resort is a secluded sanctuary in Aspen’s historic west end. This serene oasis integrates art and landscape architecture into the grounds, in an attempt to reinvigorate our guests’ mind, body and spirit. Discover the majestic beauty and one-of-a-kind style of Aspen Meadows Resort, and allow us to enhance your global event with attentive, friendly service, award-winning cuisine, and state-of-the-art meeting spaces. ACCOMMODATIONS Guest suites are designed in the Bauhaus style, prioritizing comfort, function and spaciousness for a truly relaxing experience. Suites average 675 sq. feet, and feature floor-to-ceiling windows, wet bars and contemporary furnishings including Bertoia chairs and Laccio tables. Every suite is designed with living, working and sleeping areas, as well as outdoor terrace space or patios. RESORT AMENITIES Resort amenities include all-day shuttle service to town and Aspen airport, three meals daily or room service from our brand new West End Social restaurant, Health Club, half-court basketball gymnasium, outdoor heated saline lap pool and hot-tub, bike and snowshoe rentals, dry cleaning/laundry service and 24-hour front desk service. During ski season, on-mountain ski and snowboard storage and overnight inter-mountain ski and snowboard transfers. In summer months, guests enjoy an outdoor tennis center with new pickle ball courts, concerts at the Aspen Music Festival tent located on property, Gold Medal fly fishing, and lectures presented by the Aspen Institute. MEETING SPACES With 40 sweeping acres, 22,000 square feet of meeting and event space, 16 meeting rooms throughout 6 different buildings, state-of-the-art audio/visual technology, and a business center, it's no surprise that our guests come back year after year for their business and corporate retreats. Our property has earned numerous awards for our unique conference spaces, such as our Gold LEED certified Doerr-Hosier Center, the brand new Walter Isaacson Center, and the Koch Seminar Building. We also offer unique outdoor event and meeting spaces. Take a virtual tour of our meeting spaces here: Aspen Meadows offers a variety of meeting packages which can be tailored to your group’s needs and budget. FOOD AND BEVERAGE Enjoy farm fresh, seasonal ingredients from local and regional farmers, and even from West End Socials's very own backyard garden. Chef Rachel Saxton creates unforgettable dishes served with impeccable mountain views. Her creative approach to food and beverage creation incorporates locally sourced, organic products and produce in presenting a decadent and unforgettable dining experience.


High season
May 26 – Oct 15
Jan 1 – Mar 20
Shoulder season
Mar 21 – May 25
Oct 16 – Dec 15
Low season

Cancellation Policy

If Group elects to cancel this Contract for any reason other than a termination for cause or pursuant to the FORCE MAJEURE clause of this contract, Group agrees to provide written notice to the Resort accompanied by the payment indicated in the following scale: From date of contract signing to 365 days prior to arrival date = 50% of minimum revenue Plus, applicable taxes. From 364 days to 91 days prior to arrival date = 75% of minimum revenue Plus, applicable taxes. From 90 days or less prior to arrival date = 100% of minimum revenue Plus, applicable taxes.