Frias Properties offers a wide range of Aspen lodging for you and your travel group to choose from; gorgeous ski-in and ski-out Aspen condo rentals, economical studio accommodations, and fully appointed private vacation homes. Frias has more Aspen vacation lodging choices than any other travel company in the Aspen, Colorado area. Guests enjoy complimentary health club privileges, courtesy transportation to and from the Aspen airport, concierge services and 24/7 management services.
Our Aspen real estate professionals are intimately familiar with the entire Roaring Fork Valley. We focus on the details, so you can relax knowing we’ll find the property that’s perfect for you. Contact one of our Colorado real estate consultants to start the real estate process whether you are a property buyer or selling your home, condo or fractional ownership interest.
Blog note: This is part one in a two-part feature series on Chuck Frias. Part two will publish next week.
After more than 40 years in the Aspen property management business, Chuck Frias has seen it all – from Aspen’s “quiet” 1970s to the celebrity allure of the 1980s, through the real estate and market boom of the 1990s, 9/11 to the 2008 market collapse and the challenging years afterward, all the way through to the recent market recovery. Through it all, Frias and his business – most recently known as Frias Properties of Aspen – has not only survived, but thrived in the Aspen marketplace. Today, Frias Properties is the town’s largest property management and vacation rental company – representing more than 200 condominiums and private homes – and also one of Aspen’s top employers. Spend any time at all in Aspen, and you’re bound to see one of Frias’ white maintenance trucks with the familiar company logo on the side. Continue Reading »
Aspen, Colorado, has no shortage of accommodations, and selecting the right property for you can be tricky. There are local favorites and major brands – so what do you choose? What’s the differences between Aspen’s self-contained resorts? Often times, it’s the intricacies that can make or break a vacation. Everyone has different tastes, so selecting the “perfect” resort in Aspen varies from person to person and situation to situation. This week, our blog team takes the daunting task of tackling the town’s rental inventory to summarize and showcase the finest Aspen has to offer. It’s our “Top 5 Amazing Aspen Resorts!” Continue Reading »
If you’re planning to take an Aspen vacation this summer, you might have questions about what to pack. Maybe it’s your first time in the mountains, or possibly you’ve been enough times to know that Rocky Mountain weather can turn on a dime. It might be hard to enjoy unseasonably warm weather in Aspen if you’re in long sleeves – or a heavy winter coat and boots. And, you definitely don’t want to get caught in cold temperatures in your tank top and shorts. This week our blog team takes a peek inside your luggage with a few helpful hints on what to pack for an Aspen summer vacation. Here’s what you should be packing: Continue Reading »
Frias Properties of Aspen teamed up with Innsbruck and has begun offering available rooms at the luxury Aspen resort. The Innsbruck – located near downtown Aspen at 233 W. Main Street – offers 1- and 2-bedroom units with tasteful contemporary mountain décor and comfort, as well as all the first-class amenities of a luxury resort. This week our blog crew takes a closer look at this popular Aspen destination and what sets it apart from the others.
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One of the more popular destinations for Colorado vacationers is the unique outdoor pedestrian mall in downtown Aspen known as the Cooper Avenue Mall. The mall is a hub of activity during both the summer and winter months, and offers everything from high fashion, art galleries and fine dining to souvenir, ski and bike shops. The downtown mall is also only 1-2 blocks from the Aspen Mountain gondola. With no shortage of things to do within walking distance during the day and night, it’s no wonder that many Aspen travelers choose to stay as close to the downtown mall as possible. Throw in the fact that the local free bus – with access to Buttermilk, Highlands and Snowmass – is only one block away and it’s almost a no-brainer. However, hotels on the downtown mall in Aspen are hard to come by. In fact, there’s only one hotel on the downtown mall – the Independence Square. Continue Reading »