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617 E Cooper Ave Aspen, CO 81611
617 East Cooper AvenueUSColoradoAspen81611
(970) 925-1000aspensquarehotel.com
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Directly across the street from Aspen Mountain's Silver Queen Gondola, the Aspen Square features comfortable fireplace studio suites and larger condominiums for nightly rental.
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Condos with full kitchens, fireplaces & private balconies, plus a heated outdoor pool & hot tubs.- Google
"Great location at the base of Aspen mountain and right in the middle of town."
"Old but clean hotel, nice staff."
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Cody Cranson
a month ago
Room is nice. Great location at the base of Aspen mountain and right in the middle of town. Walking distance to tons of shops and restaurants.
Response from the owner - a month ago
Thanks to this reviewer for his positive review. We would love to hear more from you and hope you'll stay with us again soon! The Staff at Aspen Square
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Kreda McCullough
8 months ago
We're still here. Very nice, just wish we would have been able to get a room in a higher floor. Other than that...no issues at all.
Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Dear Kreda, Thank you for your review. I'm sorry we weren't able to move you - although we try very hard, sometimes we aren't able to move a guest when we're very full. We hope you'll come back to see us again, and be sure to request a room on a higher floor. Best wishes, from the staff at Aspen Square
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Priyanka Nigam
11 months ago
Nice hotel - with all ameneties. Very good location - Right accross the market and other eatout- dont forget to have breakfast at Popycocks - there crepes are yum. Everything else is walking distance - Gondola, buses to Maroon bells etc.
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Stefani B
a year ago
We stayed here in the fall of 2014. Great location, great staff, fabulous condo with a sweet view, very much worth the price. We'd go back in a heartbeat!
Response from the owner - a year ago
Hi Stefani, It sounds like Aspen and Aspen Square made a good impression on you, since it's been a while since you were here. Thank you so much for your kind review. Come see us again!
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KN K
a year ago
Stayed here for 3 nights recently and we absolutely loved it! Great location to walk anywhere in Aspen, the free parking is a huge benefit, and the price was fabulous compared to the other hotels around. We stayed in a fireplace studio and when making my reservation, i requested to be on the top floor facing the mountains with a more recently renovated room. My request was made and the room was perfect! Stainless steel kitchen appliances and granite countertops were in our room, and it was very nicely decorated. We took advantage of fireplace and it was a nice touch in the room. The bathroom was huge, lots of counter space and good quality bathroom products were provided (Gilchrist & Soames London Collection). The pool and patio area outside are nicely maintained and the staff is really nice. City Market (the local grocery) is right next door and very convenient if you need to run over there for anything! I would definitely stay here again!
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Eric Vlosky
9 months ago
Just stayed here recently, absolutely loved it. Great rate and the location is premier. Can't say enough about how solid the service was and the accommodations. I will definitely be staying here in the future, thanks again!
Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Thanks, Eric, we appreciate your kind words. We look forward to seeing you next time. The Staff at Aspen Square
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Radek Zima
a year ago
First time to Aspen - and only having two free days - I chose this hotel due to reasonable price. Hotel is very close to Silver Queen Gondola, actually I saw the lift from my windows. Fireplace, very well equipped kitchen, big apartment, nothing I can complain about! Helpful staff, including general manager finding time to welcome guests ... will come back next time! Radek
Response from the owner - a year ago
Dear Radek, Thank you so much for taking the time to write a review about your stay at Aspen Square. We hope you'll come back and visit Aspen many more times in the future!
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Milton Trujillo
a year ago
My family rented 3 condos for my 80th birthday...it was a great location, great parking, wonderful patio. We cooked on the patio grill, swam, especially grandchildren, enjoyed the welcoming staff. The highlight of our summer was Aspen Square accommodations. Thanks, Margaret G. Trujillo (under Milton)
Response from the owner - a year ago
Hi Mrs. Trujillo, Thank you for taking the time to write a review of Aspen Square. We are so glad that you and your family had a wonderful time while staying with us! It sounds like you had a memorable birthday, and we hope you'll have many more birthdays and family times at Aspen Square in the future. Warm wishes, Betsy Furth, Director of Sales & Marketing

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Theatre Aspen, an Aspen summer mainstay in Rio Grande Park, officially opens its summer season tonight with the rollicking comedy with music, "Mama Mia." Theatre Aspen has become one of the must-see cultural events of the summer, and its shows are superbly presented and acted in the beautiful Hurst Theatre in Rio Grande Park. For lovers of live theater, the intimacy of the theater-going experience is unique. The other shows being presented this summer are "Buyer and Cellar" and "Dear Edwina." Tickets and summer calendar at theatreaspen.org. 
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One of the country's most highly-regarded literary conferences, Aspen Summer Words combines juried and non-juried writing workshops, renowned author readings and interviews, plus opportunities to rub elbows with writers, literary agents and more. The week-long event, which ends Friday, presents memoirist George Hodgman tonight in a panel discussion entitled "The (Im) possibilities of Writing About the Self." Hodgman is the author of "Bettyville" - his bestselling memoir of caring for his aging mother. The talk begins at 6 pm at the Belly Up. Tickets at aspenshowtix.com.
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The Silver Queen Gondola, across the street from Aspen Square, opens tomorrow, June 18, for the summer. Once at the 11,000-foot summit, you can hike around, have lunch at the Sundeck restaurant and soak up the fabulous views of the Elk Mountain Range. If you haven't been on the Gondola in the summer, it's a truly memorable ride - well worth the 15-minute trip. This summer the Aspen Skiing Company, which operates the Gondola, is offering a number of ticket options, including the Perfect Summer Pass, a multi-day pass that includes gondola tickets, a trip to the Maroon Bells and more. Check it out while you're here - it's a great deal!
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Get your calendars out for an important conference taking place in Snowmass next week - ARE Day 2016. This is a deep dive into important topics relating to the environment, including alternative energy sources and sustainability - all issues of great importance for our resort, country and the world. The American Renewable Energy Institute sponsors this 13th annual conference, this year from June 20-24. Experts from around the country will take part including T. Boone Pickens, Amory Lovins, Iceland President Olaf Grimsson, former CO Govenor Bill Ritter and many more. The conference will take place at the Viceroy Hotel in Snowmass Village. Register at areday.net.
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A walk past Wagner Park this morning shows progress in the ongoing erection of the massive tents for this weekend's Food & Wine Classic. Food & Wine is Aspen's annual kick off to summer, and brings thousands of consumers and vendors to the tents at Wagner Park and to venues all over town. Twice-daily Grand Tastings, cooking demonstrations, select wine tastings and lavish parties will be the order of the day during this weekend event. Time to get your inner wine geek on!
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The 31st Ride the Rockies long-distance bike race begins Saturday, June 11. The six-day race covers 399 miles and 29,311 feet of elevation gain.Riders will ascend Independence, Tennessee, Fremont, Vail and Ute passes and will cut through the heart of Rocky Mountain National Park. Host communities include bike-crazy Carbondale and Aspen, plus Copper Mountain, Grand Lake, Estes Park and Fort Collins. The route begins on June 11 from Carbondale to Aspen, and will follow the Rio Grande Trail all the way into town. From Aspen cyclists will continue on to Copper Mountain, Estes Park, Grand Lake and finish in Fort Collins. Created by the Denver Post in 1986, Ride the Rockies has become so popular that a lottery system was created in 1989 so participants could be limited to 2,000. This is the first year since 2009 that Aspen is one of the host cities, and we're looking forward to greeting everyone involved.
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The first phase of this year's Aspen Ideas Festival, Spotlight Health, has begun. Between now and Sunday, Spotlight Health will be examinging the most important issues regarding the latest advances in healthcare and the continuing impacts of disease, food security, nutrition and globalization. As with the entire Aspen Ideas Festival, there is a full roster of public events available, so even if you don't have a full pass, you can still take advantage of this extraordinary event. Tickets at aspenshowtix.com. 
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Tomorrow night, the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES), presents environmentalist and writer Jason Mark in the first Jessica Catto Dialogue of the summer. Mark is the editor in chief of Sierra Magazine, whose writings have appeared in the New York Times, The Nation, Salon, Scientific American and more. Admission is free for this event, which takes place at the Hotel Jerome Ballroom at 6pm. Attendees are encouraged to walk, bus or cycle to the talk.
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Tomorrow before Food & Wine officially opens its doors, you can take part in the Food & Wine 5K Charity Race, running alongside your favorite (and fit) celebrity chefs, including Richard Blais, George Mendes and Marcus Samuelsson. The race starts at 7am at Rio Grande Park and benefits Wholesome Wave. Wholesome Wave is a national non-profit dedicated to providing a vibrant and sustainable food system that increases access to affordable, locally grown food, especially to under-served populations. You can register at foodandwine.webconnex.com/5k16.
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Slip on your cowboy boots and hustle over to the Holden/Marolt Mining and Ranch Museum tonight, cause they're gonna have a Hoedown! Tonight you can kick off the summer in style from 5:30-7:30 pm, with BBQ, beer, ranching games for kids, farm animals and live bluegrass tunes from the Smuggler Mountain Boys. The Hoedown is an annual event put on by the Aspen Historical Society, with sponsors including Aspen Public Radio, the Aspen Brewing Co. and Alpine Bank. Call (970) 925-3721 for details or visit aspenhistory.org. 
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For an early June weekend, the calendar is mighty busy! Not only is the Ride the Rockies race starting tomorrow, but there are multiple events close to home. The Aspen Fringe Festival kicks off tonight with a performance by the dance troupe Soulskin. Basalt is hosting its annual classic car festival, Motors on Midland, tomorrow from 5-7pm. The Snowmass Craft Beer Rendezvous, presented by the Colorado Brewers Guild takes place Saturday from 2-5pm, with craft beers from 47 Colorado brewers offered. And if you're further down valley, Glenwood Springs is hosting the 6th annual Mountain to Valley Half Marathon also on Saturday. You can always sleep in on Sunday!
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This year's Aspen Fringe Festival has a subtitle - Searching for Diamonds in the Arts. The eighth annual festival includes a performance by Soulskin Dance at the Aspen District Theater on June 10, the world premiere of Stupid Kid by Sharr White, on June 11 and 12 at the Black Box Theatre and a multi-disciplinary exploration of art and culture entitled Threads, created and performed by Anjali Austin, on Monday, June 13, also at the Black Box Theatre. You can purchase a Fringe Pass or individual tickets by calling (970) 920-5770 or at aspenshowtix.com. 
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