Little Nell ranks No. 14 in 'Best Hotels' list

By Real Aspen
Real AspenJanuary 29, 2013
The Little Nell has earned recognition as one of the 2013 Best Hotels in the U.S.A. by U.S. News & World Report, ranking No. 14 in a list of top properties across the country and No. 1 in Colorado.
Kickin' it pool-side at the Little Nell.
File photo by Troy Hooper


The 2013 Best Hotels rankings recognize hotels with a record of high customer satisfaction and an exceptional reputation among published travel experts.

U.S. News established Best Hotels to identify the top properties across the country. To create the 2013 rankings, U.S. News evaluated the strength of accolades and ratings that elite hotels received from major travel publications, as well as travelers, to identify hotels that are loved by experts and consumers alike.

“We are delighted to be honored as one of the ‘best hotels in the country,’ ” said Little Nell Managing Director John Speers. “Our goal is to provide the finest personalized service and amenities for our guests, resulting in life-long memories. I’m delighted to see our efforts rewarded with rankings from a respected publication like U.S. News & World Report.”

“With well over 1,500 four and five-star hotels in the United States, travelers have a wealth of luxury options,” said Chad Smolinski, vice president of rankings and reviews at U.S. News & World Report. “Our Best Hotels rankings are a great resource for travelers who want to know which hotels are favorites of both the experts and travelers like them."




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