The Miners Club3.5 out of 5.0
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Loved this resort. It was beautiful and very well kept. The location is perfect, close enough to Salt Lake City but far enough away so that you can relax in the mountain air. It is right on the mountain with gorgeous views. The staff were very friendly and very helpful with all of our questions about what to do in the area. Lots to do in the area besides skiing. We took a tour of Salt Lake City, hiked, toured the Olympic Park which was amazing, visited Park City which we really liked. Park City is a very picturesque old mining town with lots of shopping and some very good restaurants. All in all we loved the area and the resort was perfect. We would definitely go back there again.
The Miner's Club is a great property. We stayed in a 3 bedroom with two king size beds, two twin beds and a fold out couch. The lodge does not have roll aways or blow up mattresses FYI. We had 4 adults and 4 kids under 12 so it worked for us. There is an outdoor pool and hot tub, a workout room, a play room with ping pong table and foos ball table, a theater that you can reserve, and an onsite cafe with alcoholic beverages that is open at various times. Food is limited at this cafe but can help you out in a pinch. We flew into SLC airport and it was a 40 minute ride in the snowy weather via Quicksilver Shuttle (which I highly recommend this service...it's 20% off new customer rates. We had 8 people so we needed the 10 person van and it was $200 round trip). Yes I could have gotten maybe a little bit of a cheaper rate through Uber or Uber Ski but you can't reserve that. I'm the type of person that doesn't want to gamble on weather or wait on service if trying to catch a plane, etc. At the airport, there are several shuttle services, taxis or car rentals. As far as transportation goes, it may have been easier to just rent a vehicle for the week but we managed. The Canyons is in the middle of Kimble Junction (Olympic Park Village area) and Main Street. It is 3 miles from Kimble Junction and 4 miles from Main Street. We used public transport all week which was free but be prepared to walk approx 4 blocks to the 7/11 store to catch the public transport.. not far but when it was raining or snowing heavily and carrying groceries back uphill to the lodge, this was not fun. The transport system can be confusing. Some of the buses would get you closer to the place you wanted to go but it was a longer trip through neighborhoods. The electric express was the easiest and fastest (stops every 6 minutes) but you may have to walk a tad bit further. We finally figured the system out by the 3rd day, lol. Back to the Miners Club... I thought the place itself was great. It was a little dated but still looks great. The beds were comfortable. It is attached to the Wyndham which is only approx 5 years old, you can walk around the back or front or through the garage of the Wyndham to get to the Frostwood Gondola. The Frostwood Gondola is open 8 am to 5:30 pm and takes you to the Canyons Village. (So be mindful if you go eat in the village at night after 5:30 you will have to walk to the 7/11 4 blocks away to catch the Cabriolet lift to take you up/down. The Cabriolet stays open to 7 pm so after that you can walk .4 miles down the hill or possibly catch a shuttle down I believe. The Canyons Village has restaurants, the Red Pine Gondola that takes you to skiing, ski school, etc. You can actually ski all the way back down to the Wyndham/Miners Club. So this is the convenient part of the Miners Club. Use Aloha ski rentals in the Wyndham lobby, they store your skis overnight so it is super convenient and has great prices. You grab your skis every morning and hop on the Frostwood up to the Red Pine Gondola and you are on the slopes. The Canyons is now part of Park City mountain but they are separate areas connected by a series of lifts and gondolas. It will take you about 45 minutes of ski and lift time to get to Park City Mountain. Personally I like Park City mountain better and if I had to do it all over again, I would stay at the base of Park City mountain or around Main Street area just for convenience to restaurants and that ski mountain. The Canyons does have great skiing with several blues, double blues, blacks and double blacks. I'm not sure if it had any greens, maybe one or two. So look at the trail map before you decide to stay in this area. It just seemed like a choppy mountain. The Park City area was a lot bigger with more restaurant choices on the mountain and it didn't seem as choppy. Hard to explain but definitely a different vibe between the two mountains. I heard that the Canyons was not as crowded but I did not see any difference in traffic. They were both super busy in my opinion. We went on spring break which fortunately had a great snow when we arrived on Saturday/ Sunday/ Monday, sunny on Tuesday so by Wednesday the base was melted off and you couldn't ski all the way down to Wyndham. By Wednesday afternoon, all of the bases were slushy and slow then the rain came Thursday and we took that as our rest day thank goodness. Can you imagine skiing in the rain? Apparently this was a low snow year and they didn't even get a good base until the end of February so don't think every spring break (Mid March) would be like this, you can't control weather and March is prob a gamble every year. I doubt I will ever schedule a march ski trip again. Oh, one last thing to share about Utah skiing. If you have a 5th grader or 6th grader skiing with you (from any state), go online a few weeks in advance and purchase the 5th/6th grade passport for $45. In this passport, a 5th grader can get 3 FREE ski lift tickets to every mountain in Utah. So my daughter got three days of lift tickets for $45. The 6th grader only gets one free ski lift ticket to each mountain in UTAH so not sure it is worth the trouble unless you are going to Park City and Deer Valley mountains I guess but there are other coupons in there as well. Our kids used the Canyons ski school for one day and I was super disappointed with how this operated. My kids should have been in level 6 and they kept my 5th grade daughter in Level 2 all day which kept her on the magic carpet until noon, and my 3rd grade son only got advanced to Level 3. This has never happened to us before in Colorado so I felt like we wasted our time. If you use this service just make sure you personally have the conversation with the manager or instructor to make sure they get placed properly. My kids should have been learning to use poles not the magic carpet. They skied with us the rest of the week on double blues and have done blacks in Colorado so I know they were misplaced! It was super expensive and not very organized. So I would recommend the Miners Club but just be aware if you don't have a car in the Canyons, it can be challenging to get around but it can be done. We bought groceries from The Fresh Market (the stop before Main Street) instead of Walmart at Kimball Junction for breakfast and snacks. We ate on the mountain for lunch, ordered food delivery from two different restaurants through Mountain Express which was only a 45 minute wait, and the other nights we hopped on the shuttle and went to Main Street to eat. All in all, it was a great trip!
This was our second time to the Miner's Club, we were there when it first opened. Wow the area has certainly grown and it's super cool. Surprisingly the resort has maintained itself pretty well and we enjoyed our stay. We had perfect weather so that was awesome too.
Took a much-anticipated jaunt to the environs of Park City, UT, with Miners Club as our base of operations. The rock-faced buildings throughout Park City make for aesthetic complements to the wondrous peaks throughout the Wasatch Mountain Range. This is a fabulous place for a summer outdoor get-away; these folks really know how to zip, bike, hike, float, ride (lifts), and much more. The days of outdoor inspiration and gustatory delights (not a bad place to eat within miles) primed my expectation of restful repose. Unfortunately, Miners Club proves to be one of the noisiest residences I've ever stayed in. Air handlers cycle on and off within the room with disquieting frequencies (timing and pitch). Some mysterious major outdoor air movement equipment also runs about every 15-20 minutes that echoes over the pool area and up to the rooms night and day. Bizarre. It did not help that wifi failed repeatedly over several days. I could not call the front desk because... my, oh my, the phone system in the place also failed. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful (to the degree that apologies make amends). With the literal vast numbers of places to stay in Park City, I will certainly NOT look to try to rest at Miners Club again.
Rooms were great. Daily room service was really nice. Staff was helpful. Great location. Pool was fun for kids. Right on the mountain. Our family had plenty of space in the 3 bedroom condo. View and outside patio we're amazing
All I can say is Wow! What a nice place! Since it was off-season I was able to trade a 2-bedroom unit in Florida for a 4-bedroom 4-bath unit in beautiful park city with snow covered mountains all around. The unit was lovely with tile and native stone touches. There were 2 gas fireplaces and a full kitchen, 2 sitting rooms on 2 floors, w/2beds and baths up and 2 down. The pool and hot tub were huge and everything was very clean. I enjoyed every minute and would love to go back sometime.
We stayed here during our business conference this month as a timeshare through RCI. My wife and I loved this place. The staff attentiveness and competence was amazing. There were two that stand to me for all they did while we were there for the week. Layla and Alex are top notch and helped make sure our stay was a memorable one. Thanks for an amazing time in the mountains around Park City we will be back
Our room was awesome. 3 bdrm. 3 bath, balcony, dining, full kitchen. 2 fireplaces. The kitchen was fully equipped....even some spices. The room was spacious and overlooked the lovely pool and hot tub area. You have your own gondola that takes you up to the base area of The Canyons. There is a ski rental shop right next to the gondola. You can't go wrong here. If you are golfing, some of the fairways run along side the resort. Loved our stay!
Take the gondola a few steps from the front door to the Canyons or walk to the bus stop, about 2 blocks to go to Park City or ski over there from the Canyons. The bus stop is close and takes you to shopping and old town Park City. All free! The pool area is quite nice. There is no adult hot tub..so there's lots of children in it. Our 3 bedroom unit was bright and cheery and everything worked except the jets in the tub in one bathroom. We found the lighting bright which is nice. The kitchen has everything you need...no crockpot which would be nice to have. The check in is easy and quick if there's nobody in line and the luggage storage is great. All good things about this resort.
This property is in a great location. Easy access to gondola to Canyons for ski in/ski out. Waldorf Astoria is right across the street for a cocktail. The bar/restaurant at this hotel is only open occasionally and options are limited. Staff was friendly. Business center was just a computer. Fitness center was surprisingly large, well-equipped and well-maintained. Pool was large and heated...really heated. Was great! Lots of ski storage too. The game room and a Wii and plenty of board games. Rooms were good. We were 4 travelers: 2 adults, 4 year old and 2 year old. We stayed in a 3 bedroom for 6 nights and a 2 bedroom for one night. The three bedroom had lots of sleeping and relaxing space. I was surprised to see that it had an upstairs loft with couch, tv, and desk, full bath and bedroom. Large master bath and room and another bath and bedroom. The bathrooms have all been updated. The kitchen was small and so was the dining area and living area. Nice gas fireplaces in living room and mstr bedroom. Furniture was definitely worn and in dire need of an update. some minor repairs and a fresh coat of paint also needed. But, none of that made it an awful location and would go again. Saved lots of money on food and love all of the bedrooms. The 2 bedroom seemed larger than the 3 actually. don't know if that's accurate, but it seemed like it. Had a long balcony and lots of living space. Kitchen was also larger and the second bedroom also had a fireplace. I actually preferred the 2 bedroom layout over the 3rd, but the extra bedroom trumps all. Go to Sundance for skiing...cheaper than Park City. Definitely recommend this place.
- Free parking
- Ski-in/ski-out access
- Outdoor pool
The Miners Club places you next to Canyons Resort and within a mile (2 km) of Red Pine Adventures. This 3.5-star condo property welcomes guests with 60 rooms and conveniences like ski-in/ski-out access, an outdoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. It's in central Park City and also close to Redstone and Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter.
Entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.
The 60 air-conditioned condos feature kitchens and balconies, and there's space to spread out with dining areas. Guests can expect WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels and DVD players. Bathrooms offer jetted tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Washers/dryers, fireplaces, and coffee makers are other standard amenities.
At The Miners Club, guests enjoy ski-in/ski-out access, an outdoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. A stay here includes free parking. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with concierge services, and offer advice about sights and eateries nearby. Other amenities at this ski condo include a spa tub, WiFi in public areas, and a business center.
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80.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 109 reviews