Hotel Jerome

The Hotel Jerome, built in 1889, is a cherished landmark in Aspen, Colorado. Recognized as the "Grand Dame" of Aspen, it offers a choice of 92 beautifully appointed guestrooms and suites. The individually decorated rooms are complete with down comforters, feather pillows, VCR or DVD and a fully stocked mini-bar. All rooms are internet accessible.

Jerome features a distinctive dining experience at its restaurants. The Garden Terrace, overlooking the Aspen Mountain, is an elegant setting to enjoy stylish meals. Mouth-watering American cuisine is served at the Century Room. Jacob's Corner is open for breakfast and lunch.

The J-Bar or Jerome Bar, locally known as Aspen's favorite watering hole, offers a blend of domestic and imported beers, signature cocktails and beverages. Premium liquors and wines are available at the lounge, Library.

Exceptional conference facilities are provided at Jerome. The 3,450 square foot Grand Ballroom can accommodate up to 200 guests. Five additional rooms for small gatherings and an outdoor function space are also available. In addition, the Catering and Conference Services Department at Jerome assists in arranging various events.

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