Exciting changes at The Aspen Club
As you are all aware, since The Aspen Club approvals back in June to upgrade the Club, the project has been moving forward at a rapid pace. Since the support from the community has been so overwhelming, I wanted to keep you all posted as we make exciting decisions and move forward with the new Aspen Club.
As part of this process, I am very excited to announce that we have engaged Auberge Resorts, owners and operators of award-winning hotels and residence clubs, to assist us in operational and management decisions moving forward with the project. The Aspen Club Team will leverage the strengths and reputation of Auberge Resorts to create the very cool evolution of the Aspen Club we have so long been dreaming of.
One exciting aspect of this partnership is the opportunity to work with Eric Calderon, formerly with The Little Nell and now COO of Auberge Resorts. Eric was instrumental in developing the Residences at the Little Nell, the Snowmass Club Residences and the Aspen Mountain Club and I look forward to welcoming him back to Aspen and leveraging his expertise in order to create our vision of the new Aspen Club and Auberge Residences.
The unchanging aspect throughout the project is, of course, The Aspen Club! We will operate and manage the Club as we have done for the past many years. From a member and guest perspective, not much will change except that we will be delivering better customer service, more consistently with a newer, cleaner Club. Auberge Resorts will assist us in making key decisions on the residential side. They deliver a fantastic product and we will learn a great deal through this relationship. I expect we will rely on their hospitality expertise, with an Aspen Club flavor, in order to help make the experience at The Aspen Club continually better.
I appreciate your continued support of the Club and our electrifying direction moving forward.
Owner and CEO, The Aspen Club
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