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Aspen Meadows in the Summer

Home of the Aspen Idea

Your stay 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 an all-suite, secluded sanctuary in Aspen’s historic west end. This serene oasis integrates art and landscape architecture into the grounds, in an attempt to reinvigorate your mind, body and spirit. That's the Aspen Idea.


Resort Features and Amenities

  • 98 guest suites
  • 40 sweeping acres
  • Restaurant & Lounge
  • Health club with state-of-the-art cardio, weight and workout equipment
  • Outdoor Heated Lap Pool & Hot Tub
  • 5 outdoor tennis courts
  • Complimentary snowshoes & bicycle rentals
  • Pet-friendly ($25 per day per pet)
  • 2 EV Charging Stations by Endera
  • We-Cycle bike stations
  • Access to several walking and hiking trails
  • 22,000 sq. ft. of Aspen event and meeting space
  • Access to art exhibits at The Resnick Center for Herbert Bayer Studies
Peaceful Japanese garden


Green is in, and Aspen Meadows Resort is continuously seeking new ways to stay "in the now" of environment-friendly practices, like offering 2 EV Stations for our guests, glass-bottled water, WeCycle and our own bikes for guest use and now: Aspen's only electric powered shuttle vehicles by Endera! Our goal? Grow as a business that operates in harmony with the laws of nature.

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Blue tennis courts with mountainside view in autumn

Tennis Center

Play on one of our five tennis courts with the stunning backdrop of Aspen Mountain. The courts are open during non-winter months. Guests can enjoy:

  • Three (3) cushioned hard courts and one (1) Har-Tru clay court
  • Five (5) pickleball courts
  • Rackets, tennis balls, & play time on hard courts
  • Private lessons, group lessons, and clinics (for an additional fee)
  • Pro-Shop offering Tennis & Pickleball Gear, logowear, footwear, socks and accessories

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Woman cycling through Aspen using free bike


WE-cycle, Aspen’s FREE bike share, provides unlimited 30-minute rides May through November 1st. With stations conveniently located outside of the Aspen Meadows Walter Isaacson Center, Benedict Music Tent, and the Aspen Institute, you can enjoy a carbon-free bike ride through the historic West End on your trips to and from downtown Aspen!

To sign up, go to or visit the station near the Walter Isaacson Center.

970.205.9222 | [email protected]

Metal art in the meadows in winter

Art at the Meadows

Our 40-acre property is home to countless works of art, from the Resnick Center for Herbert Bayer Studies—featuring works by Herbert Bayer—to the Paepcke Art Gallery—which features a rotating collection of artwork—to individual art installations spread throughout our campus.

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Old cars and crowd in a field


History of Aspen Institute at Aspen Meadows

Chicago businessman Walter Paepcke (1896-1960), Chairman of the Container Corporation of America, first visited Aspen, Colorado in 1945. Inspired by its great natural beauty, he envisioned it as an ideal gathering place for thinkers, leaders, artists, and musicians from all over the world to step away from their daily routines and reflect on the underlying values of society and culture. He dreamed of transforming the town into a center for dialogue, a place for "lifting us out of our usual selves," as one visitor to Paepcke's Aspen would put it. Learn more in this film by Greg Poschman. 

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