Still pricey to stay in Aspen |

Still pricey to stay in Aspen

Aspen Times Staff Report
Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN ” Aspen had the most expensive hotel room average in the state in July.

At $365 per night, Aspen’s average was more than twice as high as that of its nearest competitor, Estes Park ($186). That’s according to the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association, which released its Rocky Mountain Lodging Report on Thursday.

Aspen also saw an average occupancy rate of 81 percent during the month of July, the report says. That’s about 5 percentage points higher than the average occupancy rate in Colorado.

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