The St. Regis Aspen Puts the Fun in Family Traditions with Gingerbread House Replica and More

Gingerbread House Replica of The St. Regis Aspen Resort

Gingerbread House Replica of The St. Regis Aspen Resort

By celebrityHeadshots_Collage dogs, Happy, Lady & Lucy, of the King’s Life children’s book series about dog-friendly places. They sniff out the best of adventures at luxury hotels for kids and pets.

Aspen, CO – We had the pleasure of stopping into The St. Regis Aspen this summer whilst we sniffed out adventure in this glorious town. We saw first hand – or rather, first paw – what a dog and kid-friendly place the St. Regis is. A year ago, the St. Regis brand coined ‘Family Traditions’ to embody their pursuit of fun for families:  Pursue your passions and celebrate the art of play with enriching family adventures that you will treasure for a lifetime. Each St. Regis hotel hand-selects special experiences just for their guests.

The week of Thanksgiving, The St. Regis Aspen unveiled a gingerbread replica of the hotel. This stunning piece, made with 100 lbs. of gingerbread dough and 50 lbs. of flour over the course of 250 hours, is on display in the lobby during the festive season. But, that’s not all! You can roll up your sleeves and learn The Art of Gingerbread House Design under the supervision of their St. Regis Pastry Chef in the Aspen Room.

The Art of Gingerbread House Design

December 23: Gingerbread House decorating with The St. Regis Pastry Chef in the Aspen Room from 3pm-5pm. 30USD* per child.

More Holiday Events at The St. Regis Aspen

Looking for more unique ways to start your own family traditions at the St. Regis Aspen? They have quite a list from which to choose:

December 15, 2013—March 31, 2014: S’mores cookouts in the courtyard, available nightly from 7pm to 8pm exclusively for children; adults can enjoy s’mores from 9pm to 12am in Shadow Mountain Lounge.

December 20: Carriage ride with Santa Claus will depart from The St. Regis from 2:40-5pm.

December 21: Holiday ornament decorating 3pm to 5pm in the Aspen Room.

December 22: Holiday stocking decorating from 3pm to 5pm in the Aspen Room.

December 24: A special reading of the classic “’Twas the Night Before Christmas” by Santa Claus, followed by holiday photographs with Santa in the library from 3pm to 5pm.

December 25:Christmas Day brunch is offered at Trecento Quindici Decano, featuring chef attended carving and culinary stations. Children enjoy a special appearance by Santa from 12pm-5pm.

December 26: Gingerbread cookie decorating in the Aspen Room from 4pm to 6pm.

December 27: Join Elk Mountain Rescue Dogs and Mountain Rescue Aspen volunteers and learn how these talented individuals are saving lives through backcountry rescue in the library from 5:30-7:30.

December 31: The St. Regis Aspen rings in the New Year with a New Year’s Eve family buffet held at Trecento Quindici Decano, featuring champagne toasts, party favors, and a special buffet for the children from 5pm-11pm.

And for grown-up fun…Ring in New Year’s Eve with a “Speakeasy” soirée, a Prohibition-era themed event, featuring award-winning musical guests Curtis Salgado and Nikki Hill—and DJ DC. Attendees will revel in “Gatsby style” with 1920’s décor, VIP lounges, and costumes—on  from 9pm-2am.

Reservations are recommended by calling 970.429.7373.
*All prices are exclusive of tax and gratuity

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