The Viewline Resort Snowmass presents a 60’s ethos with a modernized approach, paying homage to Snowmass’ history. Snowmass Village was founded in the 1960's on the ideals of love for natural surroundings, love for the community, and a fierce sense of freedom and individuality. Our cozy mountain getaway is inspired by and infused with its setting, with design details that reflect the beauty of nature, granting guests the freedom to chart their own course and connect with one another while honoring our 1960's heritage. The ski-in/ski-out Viewline Resort Snowmass offers 254 rooms including 18 suites and two brand new 2-bedroom penthouses complete with full kitchens. With easy access to the slopes, dining, shopping and nightlife, the resort is currently undergoing a $50 million renovation from top to bottom for an elevated yet comfortable mountain resort experience where guests make lasting memories together. Renovations include: re-imagined Lobby Bar & Lounge, expanded outdoor deck spaces, new signature dining venue, expanded spa facilities, ski valet, refreshed conference spaces and additional suite accommodations.
Amenities include: · Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE) transfers · Local on-demand transfers and shuttle service to Buttermilk · Ski/Bike Valet (Ski Valet includes: equipment storage with heated boot storage and personalized assistance / Bike Valet includes: bike storage, washing, chain lube and adjustment, tire inflation) · Sunrise Yoga (9:30am Winter / 7:00am Summer) · Hot Chocolate & Cider Bar (Winter) ; Juice Bar (Summer) · (1) Refillable Water Flask to be used at filling stations throughout the resort · Curated hiking/snowshoe trail adventures with complimentary loaner equipment · Self-Parking · Fitness Studio featuring Peloton bikes and LifeFitness equipment. Instructor-led fitness classes daily · Lupine Spa – 6 treatment rooms featuring ayurvedic treatments · Lupine KidsZone – ages 4-12
Snowmass Westin going downhill!It is a shame that this great location is declining. My room this year did not have any lights in half of the room. There wasn't a floor lamp next to the chair, the desk did not have a lamp, the reading lights over the bed did not work, and the lights between the beds were burnt out. First day requested house keeping to repair. Next day I took the burnt out light bulbs to the front desk and was told they would be replaced. When I returned those same two bulbs were put back in the fixture. It did not work. I gave up and learned to navigate in the dark.
Westin hotel is OK, not great.The Westin Hotel is as close as you can get to slope side and the Ski Valet at the hotel was top notch. They put your skis and poles outside ready to go, brought you your boots and stored your shoes. On return you handed your skis to an attendant outside and walked in for your shoes etc. The walk out was less than 50 feet. The hotel is an older facility that was completely remodeled about 4 years ago. The rooms are adequate but not spacious. Halls are narrow and wander all over the place through a series of additions and levels. The restaurant breakfast was costly ($30 + tax and tip) for what was offered and there was no al a carte items available for the lite eater. We found out that most people had breakfast included with their meal via voucher but we did not have that offered to us. We chose to eat elsewhere after the first day. Restaurants in the village are VERY pricy although a few more reasonable options were discovered. Venga Venga, Basecamp, Slice and Il Poggio were good and more cost effective all located right outside the hotel. Transportation in the area is great, free and runs until 2:30 AM. The people at the hotel were friendly and helpful.
Great Location!I had the pleasure of staying at the Westin for three nights! The staff at the hotel was what stood out to me. As usual, I had my bike and they had a service to store it for me with the option to get it whenever I wanted it. That was awesome. The 'Skittle', as they call it, is a small gondola, slope-side at the Westin. When you walk outside you walk across a patio with a couple of restaurants that had cozy outside dining options. Walk a few steps further and you are on the slope (or at the bike trail)! The Skittle gondola offers a quick 4-minute ride down to the Snowmass Village where there are shops and more restaurants. We had dinner and drinks on the outside patio of the Base Camp restaurant. It's a convenient location and the ambiance was fantastic with fire pits, couches and an awesome view of the mountains. A quick ride back up and I was at the Westin once again. Overall this was a great property and I would recommend it to families who are looking to stay in the Snowmass area and have a close proximity to the mountain.