St. Regis Aspen showcases results of $40-million facelift

The St. Regis Aspen Resort announced the completion of the property’s $40-million redesign. The overhaul of the property’s guestrooms and public spaces was spearheaded by designer Lauren Rottet.

Design highlights include the sculptural fabric wall of felted wool and colored cotton batting behind the check-in desk, created by British textile artist, Helen Amy Murray; custom color palette of celadon green grays and warm browns; décor elements (drapes, pillows, throws) that rotate to mark changing seasons; and custom bronze animal sculptures from local galleries and artists incorporated throughout the property.

The property’s guestrooms now feature antique oak floors, custom leather bed by Ralph Lauren, custom ottoman of French Gray and studding; while the bathrooms boast white marble floor and Grohe fixtures featuring a freestanding soaking tub in addition to separate mosaic tile shower that opens into bedroom by French doors.

Also added is the Shadow Mountain Lounge, the social hub of the resort, which is anchored by a fireplace from native Aspen limestone, and appointed with custom furniture.

Sculptural fabric wall of felted wool and colored cotton batting behind check-in desk, created by British textile artist, Helen Amy Murray



Custom bronze animal sculptures from local galleries and artists are incorporated throughout the property



Shadow Mountain Lounge, the social hub of the resort, is anchored by a grand fireplace from native Aspen limestone and appointed with custom furniture



Guestrooms feature antique oak floors, custom leather bed by Ralph Lauren, custom ottoman of French Gray and studding



Bathrooms with white marble floor and Grohe fixtures feature a freestanding soaking tub in addition to separate mosaic tile shower which opens into bedroom by French doors


 

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