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Prospector Accommodations by All Seasons Resort Lodging

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I stayed here for a conference because it was one of the cheapest places in Park City. You get what you pay for in regards to the room, it wasn't horrible but it wasn't a 5 start hotel room either. I expected it to be a little run down, and it was, but it was clean and comfortable with some slight wear and tear. Yes the walls are relatively thin, but I think that every hotel has bad walls, and if you think they don't you probably just have quiet neighbors. If you are looking for an affordable option and you don't mind staying in a place that is a little more run down than the mainstream hotels, this is great for you. It felt safe and I was comfortable in the room. If you are expecting nicer accommodations, go with something else.

Filthy, dirty, run down property managed by incompetent management. The carpet was dirty as mud not vacuumed for weeks or months. The hallways were stinky.

You check in at a different location buy phone no building # where we stayed so it was hard to find not enough towels and never received them coffee maker without coffee our main light was burned out

It was easy to self-check in and out. It was close to shopping and dining. Very resonable pricing for fall sale.

The hotel was under construction. The rooms are owned by individual people that choose who runs their unit. We arrived at the prospector with reservation in hand and were told that we didn't have a reservation. After some calling around we had to check in at another property. Then when we got to the prospector saw that the paint was peeling from the building and the door that we were supposed to enter was inaccessible. After finding a way in while towing our luggage we found the room to be dingy. If I didn't have a wonderful girlfriend the weekend would have been a bust!

There was nobody at any desk when we arrived and had to check in by telephone. Our room did not have a refridgerator so they upgraded us to a room with one. The hot tub was down almost the entire time we were there. Overall however it was a great value based upon the price that we paid.

This property is managed by an organization that manages many other buildings. A guest must check in at a central building, then drive to another where the room is located. That may have been ok, but there was no staff in the lobby to help or to answer questions. When I got someone on the phone at the after hours number, he seemed unprepared to help me. When I arrived at the building where my room was located, the code I was given for the keypad to the outer door didn't work. I again called the after hours phone number and a man said he would come out and help me. It was a good 15-20 minutes before he arrived. The room was nicely decorated with comfortable beds. There was a kitchenette and the bathroom had granite counter tops. The deadbolt on my door wouldn't lock, but I slept well anyway!

The room was Great, Very beautiful! The beds have very nice mattress and plenty of soft comfortable pillows. The Pool and Hot Tub were not easy to find, but was very nice and enjoyable once we were able to get in. The exercise room looked very nice but since we were only there for one night we did not get a chance to use it. If we would have stayed longer we definitely would have enjoyed the up to date equipment.

the hotel is ok, the ac in the room was bad, it was hot all night and me and my wife nad litter girl did not sleep well , so I don't think I will go back to rent a room there

A condo development several years old, not thoroughly modernized, but quite sufficient and a good location. The amenities are good, but not exceptionally upscale. A microwave, fridge, and some dishes, etc. The process of checking yourself in was not the usual front desk experience, but it worked well enough once I figured it out. WiFi was slow but did the job. A good location, and a very good price for accomidations in Park City. I have no complaints. It's a good value and meets my needs. I would stay there again, especially now that I know the proceedures.

We booked to stay at the Prospector Accommodations for 4 nights and was a little nervous from the number of negative reviews. [...] Overall, it was much better than expected. However, there were one potentially big problem. We got into Park City at midnight and went to the Carriage House, however, we didn't have the door code to get in. When we called the front desk phone number, we could hear the phone ringing inside, but no one answer. Luckily, a tenant arrived and opened the door for us. We were then able to use the phone in the lobby to call the after-hour number to get the keys and instruction to our room. Apparently, they had forgotten to forward the front desk phone to the after-hour service number. Nevertheless, we were able to quickly get to our room without any other hitch.The room was decent and was fully equiped with kitchenette, extra towels, hair dryer, ironing board, etc. The heater and hot water works well. Housekeeping emptied the trash and replaced towels on a daily basis. Parking was ample and very close to our front door. There are two bus stops right in front of the property and we used them to get to/from PCMR. Overall, it was a great value for $100 a night on Presidents Day weekend. We would definitely stay there again.

I needed a cheap room with kitchenette for a 3-night/4-day ski trip. I got that and not an ounce more. The correct building was difficult to find, the hallways smelled like weed, and the walls were paper thin. It was like staying in a college dorm. Every time my neighbor used the toilet the water system was so loud I literally could not hear the TV. There was no way to adjust the heat in the room. The fan came on, the fan went off. On whose schedule I don't know, and it was as loud as a jet engine. Checkout was a pain. I had to call an after-hours number to get the code to open the door to the lobby where I could drop off my key (an actual key) into a locked box. Really? That's the state of technology in Utah.

This was primarily a snowboarding trip for my son and a friend. They loved the area, especially The Canyons. The highlight of the trip was the snowmobiling at RedPine. The accomodations, although not plush, were quite comfortable and adequate for our needs. It would have been nice if we had had the use of a pool or hottub but we would stay again.

TV did not get a signaal, staff said maintenence could help but they were gone, NO HELP. WiFi internet was poor and phone in room was dead. Poor directions to Check-in

Your [...] ad specified a pool. NO POOL! The daytime temperature was in the mid 90's with NO AIR CONDITIONING! With poor ventilation the sleeping temperature never got below 80. The [...] ad had a list of bed choices but provided no place to specify our choice. We contacted the hotel 4 days before our arrival to specify our choice. They told us we would get what was available and they could not guarantee our request. At that point we would have liked to cancel our reservation but the cancellation would result in an $80 penalty. WE HAVE VERY GOOD REASON TO BE ANGRY at both [...] and the hotel.

we rented two condos so that 2 adult children and their families could join us. The accommodations were far beyond our expectations. They were spacious and better than described. We could hardly believe our good luck.All desk clerks were gracious and the price was modest for the quality. we are ready to repeat this deal! [...]

The Carriage House is definately the best value for its price in the area. I had been stayed in three different hotels in Prospector Square. It is certainly not the biggest, most luxious one. But it is very spacious for two, very clean and cozy that feels like home. The room layout is perfect, with distincted living, dining/kitchen, bedroom and bath. There are TV in both living and bedroom. The kitchen is fully equipped, including dish washier. I baked cake there. The unit has planned nicely that I feel comfortable to invite friends over for dinner without compromising my privacy. The bus stop (free shuttle) is right at the corner of the complex. There is no people at front desk in low season. They managed to leave key in safe for me. You can always reach them with phone number listed at the entrance. I enjoyed my 5 day stay so much. I will certain go back on my next visit.

We like to visit Park City. The location of these accomidations are perfect.

I did not receive any instructions for arriving after the front desk closed. We got there fifteen minutes after it had closed, and I could not contact anyone on a wall phone. Got a recorded message with instructions to try a code for a safe on the wall and to go to another hotel if it didn't work or call a certain number. The combo did not work, I did not know where that other hotel was, and when I tried the phone number (using my cell phone, because the wall phone had no key pad) I got the same message machine. After eating dinner, we stopped at another hotel, and the person at the front desk was kind enough to dial a number and get me in contact with a person. I went back and was able to unlock the safe and get my room keys, but was never told to read the instructions on the back of the little folder that had the keys. We went to what we thought was our room in the building we were in and the keys did not fit in the key hole. Called from the wall phone again and someone came over to see why the keys didn't fit in the keyhole. After I explained the situation he pointed out that the back of the folder showed how to find the building we were actually staying in. After all of that, the only other problem was not enough towels, which we didn't ralize until we were getting ready for bed. Please lease don't get me wrong. The whole situation wasn't all bad -- when we did talk with a person, they were very helpful, friendly and accomadating.

Where is this place? First they tell you to check in at one hotel...where your keys are in a safe. Make sure you know the code! Where do you get the code? Who knows? Then, you take your keys, which say "room 308" and go on a multi hotel search to find out just which one you are staying at. The staff then tells you that room 308 doesn't exist. When you call the hotel "courtesy phone" and dial "8" for after hours help, they will tell you they are now closed and to call back tomorrow. Hmmm...that doesn't really help. You will eventually give up (unless you like scavenger hunts), and stay in a completely different hotel with a normal lobby and friendly staff.

Room options

Standard Studio Suite

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Standard 2-bedroom condominium

Queen 2 | Sleeps 6

Deluxe 2-bedroom condominium

Queen 2 | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Prospector Accommodations by All Seasons Resort Lodging

Everyone (2) Couples (11) Business (2) Family (9) Friends (3) Other (4)
4

cheap hotel with decent accommodations

Everyone

I stayed here for a conference because it was one of the cheapest places in Park City. You get what you pay for in regards to the room, it wasn't horrible but it wasn't a 5 start hotel room either. I expected it to be a little run down, and it was, but it was clean and comfortable with some slight wear and tear. Yes the walls are relatively thin, but I think that every hotel has bad walls, and if you think they don't you probably just have quiet neighbors. If you are looking for an affordable option and you don't mind staying in a place that is a little more run down than the mainstream hotels, this is great for you. It felt safe and I was comfortable in the room. If you are expecting nicer accommodations, go with something else.

By , from Salt Lake City, UT on Sep 16, 2017

Review comment responded on Sep 18, 2017

Thank you for sharing your all your comments with us on your most recent stay at Prospector. I will make sure to pass on your comments to the owner of the unit in which you stayed. I am pleased to see that this unit worked to your needs. We look forward to seeing you again. Gary Gregg Director of Park City Operations All Seasons Resort Lodging

1

filthy, dirty

Everyone

Filthy, dirty, run down property managed by incompetent management. The carpet was dirty as mud not vacuumed for weeks or months. The hallways were stinky.

By on Mar 19, 2017

2

the prospector accommodations

Families

You check in at a different location buy phone no building # where we stayed so it was hard to find not enough towels and never received them coffee maker without coffee our main light was burned out

By on Jul 7, 2014

5

great temp housing

GetawayWithFriends

It was easy to self-check in and out. It was close to shopping and dining. Very resonable pricing for fall sale.

By on Nov 5, 2011

1

confusion

Couples

The hotel was under construction. The rooms are owned by individual people that choose who runs their unit. We arrived at the prospector with reservation in hand and were told that we didn't have a reservation. After some calling around we had to check in at another property. Then when we got to the prospector saw that the paint was peeling from the building and the door that we were supposed to enter was inaccessible. After finding a way in while towing our luggage we found the room to be dingy. If I didn't have a wonderful girlfriend the weekend would have been a bust!

By on Oct 23, 2011

3

great for the price

Couples

There was nobody at any desk when we arrived and had to check in by telephone. Our room did not have a refridgerator so they upgraded us to a room with one. The hot tub was down almost the entire time we were there. Overall however it was a great value based upon the price that we paid.

By on Oct 20, 2011

3

great deal, not so great service

BusinessTravelers

This property is managed by an organization that manages many other buildings. A guest must check in at a central building, then drive to another where the room is located. That may have been ok, but there was no staff in the lobby to help or to answer questions. When I got someone on the phone at the after hours number, he seemed unprepared to help me. When I arrived at the building where my room was located, the code I was given for the keypad to the outer door didn't work. I again called the after hours phone number and a man said he would come out and help me. It was a good 15-20 minutes before he arrived. The room was nicely decorated with comfortable beds. There was a kitchenette and the bathroom had granite counter tops. The deadbolt on my door wouldn't lock, but I slept well anyway!

By on Sep 26, 2011

4

alone time with my wife, escape from the kids.

Couples

The room was Great, Very beautiful! The beds have very nice mattress and plenty of soft comfortable pillows. The Pool and Hot Tub were not easy to find, but was very nice and enjoyable once we were able to get in. The exercise room looked very nice but since we were only there for one night we did not get a chance to use it. If we would have stayed longer we definitely would have enjoyed the up to date equipment.

By on Aug 25, 2011

2

room

Families

the hotel is ok, the ac in the room was bad, it was hot all night and me and my wife nad litter girl did not sleep well , so I don't think I will go back to rent a room there

By on Aug 15, 2011

4

basic, comfortable, and complete.

Singles

A condo development several years old, not thoroughly modernized, but quite sufficient and a good location. The amenities are good, but not exceptionally upscale. A microwave, fridge, and some dishes, etc. The process of checking yourself in was not the usual front desk experience, but it worked well enough once I figured it out. WiFi was slow but did the job. A good location, and a very good price for accomidations in Park City. I have no complaints. It's a good value and meets my needs. I would stay there again, especially now that I know the proceedures.

By on Jul 17, 2011