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Ski season is just three weeks away here in Aspen.  Everyone is as excited as ever for another promising ski season and a few places have even gone so far as to refresh their look.  Yep, a few of Aspen’s most well-known hotels have received a little facelift (yeah we said it) just in time for ski season.HJ SUmmer

The Hotel Jerome, one of Aspen’s oldest and dearest resorts, will reopen in December to unveil an updated interior, along with a state of the art spa for guests to enjoy when they’re off the slopes.  A reinvented restaurant will also accompany the facelift and is conceived as an updated all-American grill under the direction of Executive chef Rob Zack.

The Sky Hotel and St. Regis have also received a few new design updates in their guest rooms, as well as, overall esthetic.  The St. Regis welcomed the Chef’s Club this summer at the FOOD & WINE CLASSIC and is proud to debut it to winter guests too.  The Little Nell will be revealing its new restaurant on Thanksgiving Day.  Gone are the days of Montagna and here to stay is Element 47 – silver on the periodic table.  Hotel Jerome

Sometimes a little lift here and a little tuck there goes a long way.  We hope you look forward to seeing some of your favorites after their makeover!

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Summit For Life

Aspen‘s got snow falling in town right now, and not just falling, DUMPING!  What better way to get the base going for another great winter season.  With that inspiring news, get ready for another inspiring event: Summit For Life.

The 7th Annual Summit For Life, a charity race for organ and tissue donation, is having it’s FREE Kickoff Party this Thursday night, October 25th at 39 Degrees Lounge at the Sky Hotel.  Take a friend and enjoy drink specials and complimentary appetizers from 5:30 – 8pm.  You can register for the race or just sign up to volunteer for the weekend of events December 7-8.

It’s more than just the event it’s a weekend celebration of donor awareness activities in Aspen, Colorado centered around a nighttime uphill race benefitting the Chris Klug Foundation.  Last year’s race sold out, so get to 39 Degrees early to sign up and stay for the fun!

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Are you bedecked in your Halloween costume but still looking for a plan of attack tonight? You only need to celebrate Halloween in Aspen once to understand: it’s one of the best nights of the year in town!

This year in particular has the makings of being an all-time party. Here are three awesome options this evening—even though there are many more events going on throughout town—to show off your costume and make it a memorable night:

Nightmare on Durant, Part III

The crew at Sky Hotel’s 39 Degrees promise that the third annual Halloween party at Aspen’s après hotspot will be “our creepiest and most off-the-hook Halloween party yet!”

* $10 entry with a free cocktail or
* Reserve a table for your Halloween crew – $350 with bottle service

* Football and food specials from 6pm
* DJ Dylan on the decks
* Dance floor in 39 Degrees for your best Halloween groove moves
* And drink specials all night long!

Aspen is never short of creative flair, but just in case your costume needs a little kick along, the 39 Degrees team’s official Halloween theme is Villains & Super Heroes!

General admission tickets will be available on the door or contact Sabrina Judge via email: sabrina.judge@39degreeslounge.com to organize your table!

Plus for a screaming deal of $99, contact our Reservations team and book a hotel room for the night!

** This is strictly a 21+ event **

The Spazmatics at Belly Up 

Any gig this 80s coverband plays is a blast—fun is the Spazmatics’ m.o. Combine their killer on-stage routine and setlist packed full of sing-alongs with Halloween night and you get a can’t-miss performance. “What’s scarier than Halloween? Mixing it with the ’80s,” says the Belly Up. “The tribute band who plays the best hits of your favorite decade returns after several sold-out shows for Halloween 2011. Costume prizes include $500 for 1st place, $250 for second place, and $100 third place.”

“Tonight we’re gonna party like it’s 1999; only it’s not!”

Caribou Club for FREE

Aspen’s premier private nightclub opens its doors to the masses one day ever year: Halloween! The Caribou Club’s doors will be open and welcome anyone dressed in a costume. No matter if you’re a regular at “The ‘Bu” or have never stepped foot inside, this is the night to be there. Age is just a number on the dance floor at the Caribou Club on Halloween, when long time Aspen locals shake a leg with new-to-town lifties. Trust us, the scene at “the Bu” is not to be missed!



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If you fly with Frontier Airlines during November or December be sure to pick up their in-flight magazine, Wild Blue Yonder, to read the “Essential Guide” to Aspen. Or, CLICK HERE to read the digital edition of the magazine.

What did WBY highlight in Aspen?

Cache Cache Bistro, L’Hostaria and Zane’s Tavern represents the spectrum of dining options in Aspen. 39 Degrees, Jimmy’s and CP Burger are great spots for après, nightlife and family fun, respectively. Watching the sun set behind Shadow Mountain from Ajax Tavern‘s patio and cross-country skiing to Pine Creek Cookhouse are two must-do activities. And, there’s a place to stay for every taste between the Aspen Meadows Resort, Hotel Aspen and The Little Nell.

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