|By PR Newswire||
|February 18, 2014 01:00 AM EST||
ASPEN, Colo., Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Aspen Square Condominium Hotel in downtown Aspen, Colorado anticipates a busy, colorful summer season as it announces its nightly rates for summer 2014. The Aspen Square Hotel's high season summer rates apply to hotel stays between the dates of June 17 to August 31, 2014.
The nightly rates for the Aspen Square Hotel's fireplace studio suites and one-bedroom condominiums, both sleeping up to two guests, range from $319 – $379. The central Aspen condominium hotel's two-bedroom apartments, which accommodate up to four guests, are offered at a nightly rate of $529.
Aspen Square has a number of one-of-a-kind condominiums that sleep up to six guests. The nightly rates for these apartments range from $559 for the two-bedroom plus den, to $835 for each of the premium three-bedroom/three-bath condominiums.
Aspen is renowned for its summer calendar of cultural events and the Aspen Square Hotel's reservations specialists and concierge team anticipate another busy summer of events that will attract many visitors to Aspen. As such, they recommend solidifying vacation plans for both lodging and events when booking. To work with the Aspen Square Hotel's concierge staff in advance planning, either email [email protected] or call (970) 925-1000 x3515.
Important events and dates for the upcoming summer season include the Aspen Music Festival and School presenting more than 300 performances from June 18 – August 17, the Jazz Aspen Snowmass June Festival from June 19 – 28, with performances by Diana Krall and Tony Bennett.
Additionally, the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet is scheduled to perform this summer at the Aspen District Theatre, though the full schedule remains to be announced. According to the Aspen Square Hotel's concierge team, Theatre Aspen's summer lineup includes theatrical performances of The Fully Monty, Little Women the Broadway Musical, and The Cottage. Theatre Aspen's summer 2014 season runs from June 24 – August 16.
To find out about the availability of fireplace studio suites and larger accommodations throughout the summer months, contact the Aspen Square Condominium Hotel at 1-800-470-0530.
About the Aspen Square Condominium Hotel
Located in the heart of downtown Aspen across from the Aspen Mountain Gondola, the Aspen Square Condominium Hotel offers 101 condominiums for nightly rental, from cozy fireplace studio suites to larger one-, two-, and three-bedroom accommodations. All include a well-equipped kitchen, wood-burning fireplace, comfortable living, sitting and dining areas, free high-speed internet access, private balcony, and air-conditioning. Full hotel-style services and amenities include front desk, concierge and bell staff, daily housekeeping, heated outdoor pool, hot tubs, fitness center, and complimentary local calls. Parking is always free.
The Aspen Square Hotel's central location means that guests are within walking distance of everything Aspen has to offer, including excellent dining, shopping, cultural events, and a lively nightlife.Some of our favorite #photos of #AspenSnowmass in the winter: http://bit.ly/1erFrQx
Media Contact: Betsy Furth, Aspen Square Condominium Hotel, 970-925-1000 ext. 3523, [email protected]
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