Of of mid-December, Aspen's most historic hotel is on the other side of a four and half-month renovation whose mission was to "accent the bones, feel and character of the Jerome" according to the GM. The first renovation in 27 years of the 123-year old hotel created a presidential suite, a 100-seat banquet room, a full-service spa in the basement, as well as a new ski concierge and Gorsuch retail space. Designers also overhauled the Jacob's Corner restaurant, which is now called Prospect. A more modern palate of blacks and whites has taken over much of the heavier colors of before, and Native American (the press release's slightly bungled description is "Indian") accents make their way into most of the guest rooms and the principle Living Room, which is now serving "grown up hot chocolate" with Patron and Grand Marnier. Take me with you, William H. Macy!