This is the third time we have stayed at this hotel. We keep coming back thanks to the great... See full review
Rome traveler 2011
Mar 10, 2015
We came back for the second time based on a very positive first stay. Once again we were not... See full review
Rome traveler 2011
Mar 14, 2014
The Treasure Mountain Inn in Park City is located at the top of historic Main Street and at the base of the Wasatch Mountains. The hotel is flanked by the Deer Valley and Park City ski resorts and was remodeled in 2006. Treasure Mountain Inn is home to mountain-style lodging with modern amenities. Guests enjoy free Internet access, an on-site restaurant, spa, fitness center and free parking. Guests are four blocks from Town Lift--a chair lift between Main Street and Park City Mountain slopes.
The lobby of the Treasure Mountain Inn is home to Morning Ray Cafe and Callway's Bistro--a local Park City favorite with a full coffee bar and booth seating. Enjoy tasty treats and well-rounded menu that includes an oven-baked pork tenderloin sandwich with a side of Parmesan fries. Branch out to Main Street--home to many restaurants, bars and shops.
The AAA Three Diamond rated Treasure Mountain Inn features 48 generously sized guest rooms configured into studios, one- and two-bedroom suites. Rooms range in style, but expect attractive alpine decor with modern touches--such as a woodsy kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Guest rooms feature travertine baths, LCD TVs and an iPod docking station. Select rooms overlook the spa in the courtyard.
The Treasure Mountain Inn was Park City's first modern hotel in the 1960s. The hotel underwent major renovations with eco-friendly additions, a refreshed paint job, and brand-new kitchens and baths. A cozy fireplace and groovy lounge was added to the lobby. The courtyard contains heated benches and a therapy spa. Guests enjoy free 24-hour access to the on-site fitness center, equipped with a treadmill, weight machines, elliptical, free weights and more.
Remodeled Park City hotel on historic Main Street with easy access to the slopes
On-site restaurant, spa and fitness center
Eco-friendly improvements include a salinity-based therapy spa and solar power
Rollaway beds and cribs available (fees apply)
Historic Main Street (0.2 mi/0.4 km)
ZipRider (1.3 mi/2.1 km)
Utah Olympic Park (8.7 mi/13.9 km)
Gorgoza Park (10.8 mi/17.3 km)
Free business center, open daily until midnight
Amtrak (32.8 mi/52.9 km)
Salt Lake City International Airport (33.1 mi/53.3 km)
Guests that arrive in Salt Lake City after 9pm must contact the hotel at (800) 344-2460 during open business hours (7am to 12am) for their entry code. Guests arriving after 12am without instructions will not be guaranteed.
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Double Queen Suites are approx. 750 sq. ft. and feature complimentary internet access, a fully-equipped kitchen w/ granite countertops, newly remodeled travertine bathrooms, A/C, and private balcony to take in the mountain air. 2 Queen Beds. Unit sleeps 3 Adults or 2 Adults and 2 Children under 12.
Courtyard Studio Suite/1 Bath
Treasure Mountain Inn Double Queen Suites are approx. 750 square feet and feature complimentary internet access, a fully-equipped kitchen with granite countertops, newly remodeled travertine bathrooms, AC, and a private balcony to take in the mountain air. 2 Queen Beds. Property Manager allows no more than 3 Adults in this this unit type or 2 Adults and 2 Children under 12.
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The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
The guy at the front desk made it very uncomfortable at check in. He just couldnt comprehend why two men would want a room with only one bed. You woul think in this industry they would know not to make your guests uncomfortable. He kept telling us
that he needed to check something like we were breaking some rule. The other staff was also unfriendly and not very helpful.