If skiing in and out of your own lavish suite at Aspen’s The Little Nell isn’t luxe enough, opt for the $45,000 (and up) heli-skiing package that delivers you to private fresh powder and dishes up an impeccable dinner.
The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s Nell Heli-Suite Element 47 package offers all this and a stay in the immaculate Pfeiffer Suite, a 2,000-square-foot paradise. With two slope-facing balconies, an oversized Jacuzzi tub, 42-inch flat-screen TVs in the master bedroom and living room, a second bedroom with two queen beds and more, the Pfeiffer Suite is the ultimate in slope-side digs.
But you’ll likely spend more time outside of your room. From the luxury hotel, you’ll be chauffeured in an Audi to Aspen’s airport. Then, a helicopter will take you off to Silverton, Colorado, for a full day of backcountry adventure on more than 22,000 accessible acres led by Silverton Mountain guides. After a day of high-altitude carving, jump back on the chopper and head to dinner at Element 47, The Little Nell’s new restaurant opening November 30 that serves dishes with local Colorado ingredients paired with top wines.
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