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Depending on the month, the average price of a room at The Little Nell varies dramatically. During peak ski season — especially around Christmas and New Year’s — Aspen is bumping with celebrities and other well-heeled visitors. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s winter rates reflect the town’s glitzy tourists, with a standard room going for an average of $1,000 per night. In the summer, when hiking, biking and local festivals replace hurtling down snowy mountains as the main forms of entertainment, The Little Nell’s rates drop to an average of $575 per night. But don’t overlook the fall: September in Aspen is gorgeous, with dry, sunny weather and vibrantly colored foliage. Plus, you’ll only have to shell out about $230 per night for a room at this luxury hotel.
Summer rates start at $565 in the heart of season; winter rates start at $860; and the spring and fall seasons start at $365. The Little Nell often offers special rates and deals, such as “ski free” specials and third, fourth and fifth night free promotions.