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Aspen Peak - 2017 - Issue 1 - Summer

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WHO: President of Houston-based Williams Development & Construction (713-683-8444; who does private design, design-build, and decorating work all over the Roaring Fork Valley. HOME 'HOOD: "Downtown Aspen, on East Cooper Avenue, as well as a ranch on Snowmass Creek Road." HIGH DESIGN: "I like the unusual pieces at Georgia Brown Home (217 S. Galena St., 970-429- 8216; The one-of-a-kind Shane Brown has such an eye for finding special pieces. My last pick-up included framed Indian rugs, an airplane propeller, and petrified-wood tables." GO-OUT GO-TO: "Cache Cache (205 S. Mill St., 970-925-3835;, Casa Tua (403 S. Galena St., 970-920-7277;, Piñons (105 S. Mill St., 970-920-2021), and the Caribou Club (411 E. Hopkins Ave., 970-925-2929;—the quality of the food at these places is always so consistent." ASPEN ACTIVE: "In the summer, I hike, golf, and ride horseback. There are so many choices of hiking trails, but golf is always at the Maroon Creek Club (10 Club Circle, 970-920-1533;, which is so nearby and of the very highest quality." ‒ Secret Source ‒ LEE WILLIAMS features some of the largest guest rooms in town. 355 S. Monarch St., 970-925-3025; THE LITTLE NELL Located at the base of Aspen Mountain, this chic, five-star, ski-in/ ski-out resort is the ultimate in mountain-town luxury. Amenities include an adventure concierge and free seasonal bike loaners. 675 E. Durant Ave., 970-920-4600; MOLLY GIBSON LODGE This stylish Main Street boutique hotel with spacious, pet-friendly rooms is minutes from both the base of Aspen Mountain and the airport. 101 W. Main St., 970-925-3434; THE RESIDENCE HOTEL Owner Terry Butler, known all over town as the perfect host, oversees this boutique hotel that features eight residential-style suites, several of which have two bedrooms and full kitchens. 305 S. Galena St., 970-920- 6532; HOTELS & RESIDENCES ANNABELLE INN Located in the heart of downtown Aspen, the renovated, rustic-chic Annabelle Inn is within walking distance of town's top shops and restaurants. 232 W. Main St., 970-925-3822; ASPEN CLUB RESIDENCES These 20 beautifully appointed residences, now being presold for 2018 openings, will offer many of the services and amenities of a five-star hotel. 1450 Ute Ave., 970-414-7202; ASPEN LUXURY VACATION RENTALS From 20-person private homes and five-bedroom ski-in, ski-out chalets to more intimate penthouse condos, this rental service offers a range of options near every major ski resort. 428 Spring St., 970-205-9960; aspen ASPEN MEADOWS RESORT With 98 suites and 40 acres of land, Aspen Meadows—home of the Aspen Institute—is the ideal escape for relaxation and rejuvenation. All of the suites feature separate sleeping, working, and living areas. 845 Meadows Road, 970-925-4240; NEW DANCING BEAR Located a few minutes away from the Silver Queen Gondola, Dancing Bear Aspen specializes in luxury fractional ownership. Its new Mountainside building debuted last year with 10 three-bedroom residences and a spa. 411 S. Monarch St., 970-236-6701; THE GANT This upscale, rustic condo-resort at the base of Aspen Mountain boasts one- to four-bedroom condos as well as a recently renovated conference center, on-site café, and multiple pools and hot tubs. 610 S. West End St., 970-925-5000; HEARTHSTONE HOUSE This Frank Lloyd Wright– inspired bed and breakfast offers an intimate, quiet lodging experience in the middle of town. 134 E. Hyman Ave., 970-925-7632; hearthstone HOTEL DURANT Conveniently located three blocks from downtown Aspen, the Hotel Durant is a family-owned and -operated lodge with 19 distinctive rooms that exude a cozy, European feel. 122 E. Durant Ave., 970-925- 8500; HOTEL JEROME The opulent Hotel Jerome first opened in the late 1800s, and features a unique blend of contemporary luxury and historic heritage design— not to mention superb amenities and a now-famous standard of service. 330 E. Main St., 855-331-7213; HOTEL TEATRO Housed in a 106-year-old building, this downtown Denver classic is just steps from some of the Mile High's best dining, arts, and nightlife. 1100 14th St., Denver, 303-228-1100; INDEPENDENCE SQUARE HOTEL Enjoy modern rooms and suites inside a historic building downtown adjacent to rocking subterranean nightclub Belly Up. Don't miss the rooftop hot tub. 404 S. Galena St., 970-920-2313; THE INNSBRUCK This recently remodeled residence- hotel offers the perfect blend of modern comfort and intimate mountain elegance in 17 tastefully finished guest homes with first-class services and amenities. 233 W. Main St., 970-925-2980; theinnsbruck LIMELIGHT HOTEL This Aspen Skiing Company–owned hotel in the heart of downtown ASPENPEAK-MAGAZINE.COM 139 The SOURCE: SPACE

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