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Stein Eriksen Lodge

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This stay for us was very relaxing. During the late afternoon and evening there were people around but you didn't notice them. It felt like you were in your own little piece of the mountains. They are currently renovating and when it is finished it looks to be even better.

Extremely courteous staff, first class service and experience. Nothing was too much trouble. The hotel thought of every need.

Staff was top notch, helpful and entirely full service. HIGHLY recommend this hotel.

The staff was great, location perfect. It was in the 97 on the day we arrived. At 11:00pm we returned to the room and found we had no AC. The staff moved us to a new room quickly and with no difficulty. Problems happen in business, how a company and their staff responds shows their DNA. GREAT JOB

My family and I visited over Thanksgiving and had such a wonderful time. The staff was extremely welcoming and made us feel like they were all genuinely happy we were there. The shuttle was a wonderful amenity offered to be able to get anywhere desired in the area. Although we did not have a single negative experience, at one point we witnessed a guest that had a displeasing dinner experience. The prompt attentiveness that the staff portrayed was bar none. It was nice to see that everything was being done to correct any unhappy experience. My family and I were discussing as we were checking out when we will be making another trip to Stein Eriksen.

If you want a 5 star experience this is not your place. It's just ok. They try and some of the staff are on board and some just don't get it. The layout of the property is odd, the breakfast buffet is weak, they rage about their maple bacon which is bacon with syrup poured over it, any 5 year old kid knows this trick. Ski Valet people were great and helpful. They offer shuttle to town both ways, waited 40 minutes after they said it would be 12 minutes one night in freezing weather... not cool. It's dated, old really. but thats not the bad part. Cause I've been many places in Europe that are MUCH older but hold onto a certain charm, SEL lost it. If this is premium Deer Valley then go somewhere else.

We came here to celebrate our anniversary and absolutely loved the facility and felt pampered. My favorite aspects of this hotel are the beautiful patios adjacent to each room where you can look out over aspen and pine trees with views of the serene mountains. The entire resort is quiet and peaceful--even the swimming pool area wasn't too crowded with kids. We enjoyed swimming and the waterfall hot tub. Food at the hotel restaurants was pricey, but convenient and the service was excellent. Turn-down service was an extra plus--they clean the room for you twice in one day! Even the deluxe (least expensive) rooms are big and beautiful. We'd stay here again in a heartbeat!

Great location, impressive luxury facilities and accommodation. Negative was that the ski-in ski-out was not available (ski-lift closed until Dec. 4th.) even so that was my reason to book that hotel. Hotel staff was very efficient, gracious and most helpful and friendly. Highest marks of any hotel I have stayed for many years.

I stayed here 24 years ago for my 30th birthday, it was terrific then and it's better now. Perfect location, fantastic staff, I got a huge room upgrade. I hiked all afternoon and then had dinner in the lounge. All I wanted was a great half bottle of burgundy and cheese plate which they made special for me. The wine lady is a treasure!! Once I am done paying tuition for my kids I will go back!

Really great hotel shuttle service to the art festival in park City.

Room options

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Luxury Suite, 1 Bedroom, Hot Tub

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Stein Eriksen Lodge

Everyone (2) Couples (3) Family (3) Other (2)
5

amazing place

Everyone

This stay for us was very relaxing. During the late afternoon and evening there were people around but you didn't notice them. It felt like you were in your own little piece of the mountains. They are currently renovating and when it is finished it looks to be even better.

By , from Utah on Sep 29, 2017

5

5 star experience at the stein.

Everyone

Extremely courteous staff, first class service and experience. Nothing was too much trouble. The hotel thought of every need.

By , from Toronto, Canada on Apr 22, 2017

5

thanksgiving stay

Families

Staff was top notch, helpful and entirely full service. HIGHLY recommend this hotel.

By , from Bay Area on Nov 28, 2016

5

when we had a problem with the room they responded quickly

Couples

The staff was great, location perfect. It was in the 97 on the day we arrived. At 11:00pm we returned to the room and found we had no AC. The staff moved us to a new room quickly and with no difficulty. Problems happen in business, how a company and their staff responds shows their DNA. GREAT JOB

By on Jul 30, 2015

5

wonderful thanksgiving

Families

My family and I visited over Thanksgiving and had such a wonderful time. The staff was extremely welcoming and made us feel like they were all genuinely happy we were there. The shuttle was a wonderful amenity offered to be able to get anywhere desired in the area. Although we did not have a single negative experience, at one point we witnessed a guest that had a displeasing dinner experience. The prompt attentiveness that the staff portrayed was bar none. It was nice to see that everything was being done to correct any unhappy experience. My family and I were discussing as we were checking out when we will be making another trip to Stein Eriksen.

By on Dec 1, 2014

3

average place at premium price

Families

If you want a 5 star experience this is not your place. It's just ok. They try and some of the staff are on board and some just don't get it. The layout of the property is odd, the breakfast buffet is weak, they rage about their maple bacon which is bacon with syrup poured over it, any 5 year old kid knows this trick. Ski Valet people were great and helpful. They offer shuttle to town both ways, waited 40 minutes after they said it would be 12 minutes one night in freezing weather... not cool. It's dated, old really. but thats not the bad part. Cause I've been many places in Europe that are MUCH older but hold onto a certain charm, SEL lost it. If this is premium Deer Valley then go somewhere else.

By on Mar 29, 2013

5

luxurious getaway in the mountains

Couples

We came here to celebrate our anniversary and absolutely loved the facility and felt pampered. My favorite aspects of this hotel are the beautiful patios adjacent to each room where you can look out over aspen and pine trees with views of the serene mountains. The entire resort is quiet and peaceful--even the swimming pool area wasn't too crowded with kids. We enjoyed swimming and the waterfall hot tub. Food at the hotel restaurants was pricey, but convenient and the service was excellent. Turn-down service was an extra plus--they clean the room for you twice in one day! Even the deluxe (least expensive) rooms are big and beautiful. We'd stay here again in a heartbeat!

By on Sep 3, 2012

5

excellent luxury skiing lodge

Singles

Great location, impressive luxury facilities and accommodation. Negative was that the ski-in ski-out was not available (ski-lift closed until Dec. 4th.) even so that was my reason to book that hotel. Hotel staff was very efficient, gracious and most helpful and friendly. Highest marks of any hotel I have stayed for many years.

By on Nov 30, 2010

5

my night at stein

Singles

I stayed here 24 years ago for my 30th birthday, it was terrific then and it's better now. Perfect location, fantastic staff, I got a huge room upgrade. I hiked all afternoon and then had dinner in the lounge. All I wanted was a great half bottle of burgundy and cheese plate which they made special for me. The wine lady is a treasure!! Once I am done paying tuition for my kids I will go back!

By on Aug 18, 2009

5

great mountain retreat

Couples

Really great hotel shuttle service to the art festival in park City.

By on Aug 3, 2009