A destination as classy as Aspen deserves a hotel to match. Bed down at the Hotel Jerome
, and you'll be following in the footsteps of countless celebs who have appreciated the hotel's understated elegance since its debut in 1889. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Hotel Jerome
was built by Jerome B. Wheeler, the co-owner of New York's Macy's Department Store, to emulate fabled European greats like London's Claridge's
. And thus began the transformation of a rough mining town into a cosmopolitan social center. At the time, Hotel Jerome was one of the first buildings west of the Mississippi to be outfitted with electricity throughout the property (including the elevator). The facilities are no less marvelous today: an outdoor heated pool, two jacuzzis, fitness center, and lavishly-appointed guest rooms with wireless Internet. Guests enjoy downtown and ski slope transfers via chauffer-driven luxury SUV, and there's also bath butler service
. Take advantage of the "Three for Free" offer
and you'll be rewarded with a host of gifts. One night on the house, a $50 RockResorts gift card to use during your stay, and a complimentary bottle of Bonterra wine, made with organic grapes. Must book by February 28, 2009.