The St. Regis Deer Valley5.0 out of 5.0
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This is a rustic, wonderfully hidden oasis in the hills of Deer Valley. This 5 star lodge has everything you need to unwind from the hustle n bustle of business life. Staff are super friendly, cuisine is contemporary, and delicious, service cannot be beat. Although the floor plan can be somewhat confusing initially, give it two days and you will appreciate its charm, including the navigation throughout the resort as well as the unique and most uncommon funicular, particularly in the US. Hallways, common areas, and room were spotless. Suggest the mountain view (saw Moose) with a balcony to star gaze at night. Main Street is no more than 3 minutes by car and a must see with galleries and small shops. Only negative is that the bath towels were not plush as a St. Regis should be.
The hotel is spacious, visually stunning and well situated on the slopes. It also has a shuttle that will take you to Park City. Restaurant food was solid and the heated pool is another nice touch (even for August). The only constructive comment I have is that for the price and ambiance, the hotel's service and staff were spotty -- which I assume is a result of seasonal staff and a lack of a training. If they straighten this out, the stay's a 5 (or maybe a 6).
A perfect blend of luxury decor, awesome service, and amenities. It had everything our family needed, but didn't feel like a giant complex as some other hotels do. The lobby is grand with a huge fireplace in the center / The perfect place to read the paper and grab a complimentary coffee. The J&G bar and restaurant was great for dinner, but also excellent breakfasts with a beautiful view. The in room dining and butler service was the best we have ever experienced. Fast and very cordial staff! The location so close to town, and only a chairlift away to the silver lake lodge area, was perfect. The kids loved the nightly s'mores by the fire. We can't wait to come back to ski. Recommendations: a game room for the older kids would be a home run as the Montage has. Also, more in-hotel shopping and snack options would be a hit! Thank you for a great vacation!
The hotel is an a beautiful location with awesome views of the surrounding mountains. Room was OK but bathroom was very small ( we have got a Deluxe King bed room) . Wifi was OK but not very fast and reliable. Restaurant ( the only ones that was open in August) served decent food ...quite expensive. Service was friendly and professional. Swimming pool was nice but pretty small. Overall, a nice hotel in Park City
We visit this hotel every ski season and we have never been disappointed by the first-rate service and the excellent location. It is a true ski in ski out property with white glove service. It's as easy as taking a few steps from the back door and stepping into your set up skis and casting off to the chair lift at the base of the hill. Dear Valley is a skis only mountain. You will not find snowboarders here but that is an option at nearby canyons. St Regis has a luxury suv shuttle that will run you over to canyons. At the end of the ski day-make sure to go out to the poolside fire pit for the Smore's. After a relaxing dip in the heated pool-consider making your way up to the bar for the champagne sabre ceremony. Everything you've come to expect from the St. Regis brand will be found at this beautiful hotel. We have never stayed in a room that didn't have a beautiful view. I'm not sure that the property even offers anything less than a grand aspects. Their J&G Grill Restaurant is fantastic & of course you're only a short ride from charming Park City-which offers restaurants for every taste a nice opportunities for nightlife and live music.
We had a company dinner with about 25 of us on the patio. The setting is amazing with 180 degree views of the mountains and a beautiful sunset to boot. The appetizers were good (tuna tartare in a mini-ice cream cone was neat) and the main course (filet mignon) outstanding. The service is top notch, as you would expect at any St. Regis property. Probably the only downside was waiting for the funicular to take us to the hotel itself. It was very crowded and busy, and the cars themselves are not air conditioned, so it got a tad uncomfortable in there. Other than that, though, it was a great experience.
Staff is great!!! Spa is very nice!!! Bar is fun. Just totally relaxing and fun. I went thru the Deer Valley entrance so there was no need for the funicular. I am not leaving a review for the rooms simply bec I stayed in the residence. 3 bedrooms of awesomeness.
Every aspect of our stay at the St. Regis exceeded expectations. The hotel is beautiful and there is a lovely back patio where we roasted s'mores in the evening. The room was large and comfortable. There was a gorgeous view of the ski trails from the window. This hotel is so convenient for ski in/ski out. The staff helped us put our skis on in the morning and we were able to ski right out onto the trail from the back door. Overall a wonderful experience!
We stayed here for 5 days (summer). We split our time between an upgraded suite, and a standard room w/ King. The suite was amazing - butler service and all. We had to leave it, however, because our company paid for a less expensive room for the remaining days. The food was good, but pricey. The service staff was hit or miss in the restaurants. The food itself always took a long time. The service was basically non-existent at the pool - 2 different waiters took our drink order, and we never got them. The room service for missing items (like an ironing board and iron) was horrible. (It took them 45 minutes to respond to the request - he showed up with an ironing board, but without the iron, then came back with an iron that didn't actually work... we went to dinner slightly wrinkled) We had friends who stayed in a suite the first night as well. Their experience was much worse than ours from a service standpoint. The funicular is cool, but also can be time consuming if you like to come and go from the hotel - hello, you're in Park City... you're likely there to be active, so plan on this being a wrinkle when it comes to logistics. The feel of the hotel is great though - lots of attention to detail. I rate it 4/5 mainly because of the service issues and some of the inconveniences around logistics. Otherwise, it was a great hotel, with lots to do, and in a great location if you're going for hiking, biking, shopping, etc. The shuttle service was great for getting to Main St. I'm sure it's great during the ski season as well, but I can't speak to that since we were here in August.
Really enjoyed our stay here. The room was lovely and the whole grounds were beautiful. Front desk staff was very friendly. Corn hole on the terrace was a lot of fun! Have to note a couple minor things that could be improved: Our room had no door on the shower, just a curtain that was a good foot off the ground. So water poured out into the bathroom every time we showered. Also the water was only warm, didn't get very hot. I'd imagine that would be a problem in the winter after a long day of skiing - wanting to take a hot shower and just getting warm-ish water. We also had no balcony. There were a lot of bugs in the pool :( And when we called for toothpaste, they brought us a tooth brush instead. Was just a little annoying because we were in a rush trying to leave. And I know this is to be expected at a hotel of this caliber, but worth mentioning- food and drinks are very pricey. Overall, I wouldn't let this prevent me from staying again - we really did have a great time! Room had all we needed, bed was comfortable and it really is a beautiful hotel.
- Steps from Deer Valley Resort
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Deer Valley, The St. Regis Deer Valley is adjacent to Deer Valley Resort with other popular attractions like Park City Mountain Resort within a within a few miles (5 km). This 181-room, 5-star resort welcomes business and leisure travelers with ski-in/ski-out access, a full-service spa, and 2 restaurants. In the mountains, the resort is also close to Park City Museum and Kimball Art Center.
Enjoy dining at J and G Grill, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the resort and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
All 181 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, free bottled water, and safes. Guests can enjoy WiFi and LCD TVs. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and pillowtop beds with Egyptian cotton sheets and down comforters ensure a restful night.
Guests of The St. Regis Deer Valley have access to ski-in/ski-out access, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. For transportation, you can make use of an airport shuttle for a fee (available 24 hours), as well as a free area shuttle. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. Other amenities at this ski resort include a fitness center, a spa tub, and a sauna.
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88% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 841 reviews