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After a long day on the slopes, it’s nice to come back to your room at The Little Nell to find a bed that has been refreshed with clean linens and a little surprise treat on your pillow. The turndown service at the Aspen hotel has a rotating offering of sweets, so you never know exactly what you’ll find. What you can count on is whether you get jelly beans (Jelly Belly) or chocolate (Toblerone), the treat will be of the best possible quality — a reminder that you are, after all, in a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel. The room is also prepared with soft music and lighting, closed drapes and slippers to encourage a comfortable evening and a good night’s sleep.
During The Little Nell’s turndown service, the bed is fully turned down with a variety of candied treats and bedtime stories. A nightly information sheet is provided detailing happenings around the hotel and town for the next day. Fresh Aspen tap water is provided on the nightstand. Towels and linens are fully refreshed with crisp turndown mats placed next to the bed. The room is tidied, and drapes are pulled to provide an inviting and serene atmosphere for a good night’s rest. Classical music from the Aspen Music Festival is played softly on the room’s sound system.