No matter how big or small your wedding is, we can provide a magical setting. Choose from lush outdoor spaces to elegant terraces to grand ballrooms--all delivering sweeping views of the majestic Rocky Mountains.
Surrounded by panoramic views of mountains Aspen Mountain, rolling hills, and trees, Anderson Park is an idyllic setting for dramatic outdoor ceremonies. This serene outdoor location was designed by Bauhaus architect Herbert Bayer to accommodate up to 300 people—and serves as a majestic space to commune with nature and each other.
Gaze out over Buttermilk Mountain and Aspen Highlands from a scenic perch on Merrill Patio. This serene outdoor space is perfect for receptions and luncheons and can accommodate anywhere from 10 to 200 guests.
The views from our McNulty Ballroom are as expansive as the room itself. Dance the night away with up to 400 guests in a sleek, modern space that can be transformed to celebrate your personality. The Barksdale Lobby, with its walls of windows and spectacular views, is included when you reserve the McNulty Ballroom.
Located at the entrance to our iconic Doerr-Hosier Building, our Barksdale Lobby is constructed of walls of windows that capture breathtaking mountain panoramas. Modern design elements and beautiful lighting create a welcoming space for receptions of up to 175 people.
From its location on the rooftop of the Doerr-Hosier Building, our Bass Terrace delivers 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains and Roaring Fork River below. Up to 150 people can celebrate while taking in a stunning Rocky Mountain sunset.
Intimate receptions of up to 90 people can be accommodated in our Hefner Lounge, which offers captivating views of Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk Mountains as well as a sleek, Bauhaus-inspired décor.
Take in a magnificent mountain sunset while enjoying world-class cuisine at Plato’s Restaurant. This modern and minimalist space can host up to 40 guests.
Ideal for a wedding brunch, rehearsal dinner of reception of up to 150 people, Meadow’s Restaurant offers outstanding, 180-degree views of Buttermilk and Aspen Highlands Mountains.