In In the beautiful state of Colorado, there are many places and things to see. And many of the most beautiful areas of the state are in the high country, where ski resorts rule.

For some of us, just a roof and a bed are fine for the night, but if you really want to go, why not go all in? Sixty percent of the most expensive hotel rooms are right here in Colorado, so let's check them out.

The Little Nell in Aspen

Don't let the fact that ski season is over keep you from going. As you can imagine, and see, there are plenty of things to do from hiking to biking and everything in between. The hotel is a 5 star-5 diamond hotel and has all the amenities you would hope for. A mountain side room starts at $575.00 per night, and a suite can run as low as $865.00 a night, depending on your needs.

The rooms here range in size from 400 square feet to 2100 square feet and rates can run up to $2500 for a suite. But as with all resort hotels, there are off season specials and rates you can take advantage of to lower your cost.

Yes, Aspen seems to be where you can find some of the most luxurious hotels in the state. Understandable, as Aspen has some of the best skiing on the planet. But Aspen and the surrounding areas offer a wide range of activities from fishing to horseback riding to just hiking the high country, Aspen's views are hard to beat.  A room at the Hotel Jerome for one night will cost $1,143 for one person.

Ritz Carlton in Beaver creek

The Ritz-Carlton Beaver Creek is the most expensive hotel in the state with room rates starting at for a standard guest room, approx 400 square feet up to a suite with 900 square feet or a residence with upwards of 2000 square feet. Room costs vary according to the room, length of stay and number of adults/children. Average room rate is approximate $1,189.00 per night.

So if you have a few extra dollars and want to have the most luxurious, elegant night of your life, one of these hotels is exactly what you are looking for.

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