Aspen Condo Rentals
With one to four bedroom en-suite floorplan options available, our condominiums are ideal for couples, families and small groups.
Every condominium at The Gant features its own unique design style, and has accordingly been assigned into one of three category ratings — STANDARD, DELUXE or PREMIER. While the floorplans and resort services for all condominiums remain consistent, it is the interior décor that sets them apart.
With both dine-in and takeout options, The Gant’s on-property café is a convenient stop for breakfast, lunch and drinks.
Guests have complimentary access to our fleet of Gant Vans, which offer airport pick-ups and drop-offs as well as in-town shuttle service on demand. They operate daily from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., with more availability than any other Aspen hotel.
Our vans are driven by our legendary Gant Bell Team, who are renowned not just for their superb driving skills, but also their excellent customer service and willingness to share insider knowledge of the Aspen area. To request a ride, call 970-925-5000.
The Gant provides guests with in-room ski and snowboard fittings thanks to our partnership with Ski Butlers, our on-property ski rental provider. Their equipment rental delivery, support, and pick-up services mean you can spend less time navigating crowds and more time on the mountain enjoying your vacation.
Delivery: Ski Butlers will come right to your room for a private fitting of all the equipment you’ll need. They’ll even bring extra boots to ensure you’ve found the perfect fit.
Support: Need to swap out any equipment during your rental period? Simply give Ski Butlers a call and they’ll meet you within 45 minutes.
Pick-up: On your final rental day, Ski Butlers will collect all of your rental equipment from outside your room. No need to be present for the pick-up.
Safety: Team members will wear gloves and masks at all times and disinfect the shop, equipment, and delivery vehicles each morning, afternoon, and evening. Customers have the option for contact-free or limited-touch boot fittings.
Savings: Save 20% on rentals when you reserve your equipment more than 7 days in advance.
The Ski Butlers retail location is located at The Gant on the 3rd floor of the Molly Campbell Conference Center.
Hop on WE-Cycle, Aspen and Basalt’s bike share, to get around town. It’s fun, flexible, and convenient!
Want to take longer rides? For more bike options, to ride as a family, or explore the scenic trails, visit a local bike shop.
The Gant does not accept pets, however we do permit service animals. A service animal is trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. Emotional support animals, comfort animals, and therapy dogs are not service animals under Title II and Title III of the ADA and are not accepted at The Gant.
What is a service animal?
Under the ADA, a service animal is defined as an animal that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the animal must be directly related to the person’s disability.
Must the animal “do work or perform tasks?”
The service animal must be trained to take a specific action when needed to assist the person with a disability. For example, a person with diabetes may have an animal that is trained to alert him/her when their blood sugar reaches high or low levels. Or, a person with epilepsy may have an animal that is trained to detect the onset of a seizure and then help the person remain safe during the seizure.
Are emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companion animals (ESAs) considered service animals under the ADA?
No. ESAs are more specifically chosen as companions to individuals who are psychologically or emotionally disabled. These companions can range from a dog, a cat, or other domesticated animals. ESAs are not trained to perform tasks or recognize particular signs or symptoms but are distinguished by the close, emotional, and supportive bond between the animal and the owner.
Are service-animals-in-training considered service animals under the ADA?
No. Under the ADA, the animal must already be trained before it can be taken into public places.