The hotel itself is stylish and statuesque. Housed in a richly restored former schoolhouse, the limestone building unassumingly sits just behind the ski town’s Main Street. Originally built in 1889, the elegantly refurbished 12-bedroom hideaway is full of polished details, from the main room’s 16-foot ceilings, artful European antiques and showpiece 10-foot-tall French opera house mirror, to the whitewashed, wainscoted guest rooms, each unique with striking chandeliers, reclaimed oak barn wood floors and impossibly tall windows that imbue a Parisian apartment feel. The bed linens are lux, walk-in showers ample, hooded bathrobes plush; even the bathroom floors are heated, quiet details that elevate your stay. On the roof you’ll find a heated lap pool and hot tub sculpted into the aspen-dotted hillside while the library basement boasts a cozy fireside respite for reading and relaxing. What more could you want, right? But the opulent surroundings and upscale amenities are just the cake; the personalized service is the real icing.