Designed for “those with a natural curiosity and appreciation for connection’, 68-room hotel MOLLIE introduces an altogether new boutique experience rooted in local Aspen lifestyle.
Created by HayMax Capital, with architecture by CCY Architects and interiors from by award-winning design studio Post Company, MOLLIE Aspen draws inspiration from the many people who’ve influenced the Rocky Mountain ski resort throughout years and embodied a spirit of restless enthusiasm for the outdoors, including the hotel’s namesake Mollie Gibson: the town’s most successful silver mine which originated in the late 19th century and served as a catalyst for the town’s early economic, social and cultural progress.
Located across from Paepcke Park on the corner of Garmsich and Main Streets, interiors are subtly inspired by the Aspen tradition of being firmly grounded while gazing abroad, and seamlessly blend a mix of understated luxury and residential comfort especially so in the bedrooms that evoke serenity through the subtle lens of Japanese and Scandinavian design.
A place for like-minded locals and travellers, neighbours and visitors are encouraged to spend their time at MOLLIE as if it were their own home — be that eating, drinking, sleeping, or just hanging out in front of the fire. Places to do said eating, drinking and hanging include MOLLIE’s lobby, which fosters an inviting atmosphere for all, as well as the hotel’s food and beverage hotspots which have been spearheaded by award-winning hospitality group Gin & Luck and include the spacious lobby restaurant and bar with year-round heated outdoor seating, a laid-back all-day café, and serviced roof terrace.
A luxurious respite from the bustling mountain town, MOLLIE’s warmth and graciousness as a host to visitors can be found throughout the hotel’s holistic design, food and beverage and welcoming service, all which combine to make time spent at this truly locally owned and operated hotel an experience of bliss and beauty.