The St. Regis Deer Valley5.0 out of 5.0
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The St. Regis at Deer Valley is another luxury property in Park City, UT. Nestled at Utah's Wasatch Mountain range, it is primarily accessible through the property's funicular, providing a unique experience for first-time visitors. The second option is through a gated community but still convenient. As a common practice in the area, the hotel provides complimentary shuttle service within 5-mile radius, making it highly accessible when taken in conjunction with Park City's free public transport network. Undeniably, St. Regis spared no expense in ensuring luxurious experience for its guests. Decor and art pieces throughout the public areas blend well with the surroundings, in spite of its massive and imposing architecture. Colors and lighting give a cozy and warm tone that is ideal for the property's winter setting. These features were complemented by excellent service from the associates in practically all sections of the hotel. My suite had a living room, fireplace, small verandah, dining space, toilet and fully-equipped kitchen. The bedroom had its own small fireplace, closet and main bathroom. As my visit was during the low season, I relished the tranquility of the place and the comfort and convenience the room inherently provided. Maybe it is indeed a place of refuge during the peak season when guests would want to totally relax after skiing the whole day. Finally, I just have to say this: St. Régis Deer Valley certainly empathized when it designed the "mis-aligned" shower knob-shower head. It certainly addresses the "cold water shock" by placing the knob closer to the shower door and away from the shower head. Small thing yet very considerate. Kudos to the property!
My husband hosted a 3 day meeting for his company. He picks a different city and location every year in September. PROS: gorgeous suite with full kitchen and living area and two bathrooms - great linens and pillows. All you would expect and more from a luxury hotel. The food for our company dinners was excellent- especially the dinner we had out on the great lawn- good food and wine and bar service. Also, it was quiet at night, but more importantly in the MORNING. Housekeeping never bangs on the door and you never hear them. CONS: there is a small market with snacks and sundries. It was NEVER open. We had a hike with guide scheduled and all I wanted was a very light breakfast or protein bar etc. They clearly keep the small market closed so you are forced to eat at the restaurant all the time. That takes more time than a guest wants to take sometimes. We were eating dinners and spending plenty of money- it is nice to have another option for quick food or sandwiches. Also, it took quite a long time to get a shuttle downtown after taking the Funicular. This happened not once, but both evenings. We also had a hard time reaching the shuttle when we were in Park City- long wait time. So, it seems since we were between seasons, we received the between season service!
This is one of my favorite hotels in the US! I stayed here for a business conference; and the service, accommodations, food, and staff were outstanding! Hiking is right out the back door of the hotel. Great night life in nearby downtown Park City and the hotel offers free shuttles.
The St. Regis is a beautiful hotel in a lovely location. The service to our business group and meetings was exceptional. Service to guest rooms can be a bit “glitchy” during shoulder season, but irregularities are corrected promptly and with a great attitude. Would love to return!
Visited in early fall. Great location for outdoor activities, great staff, excellent service and superb food. Drive from SLC is about 40 minutes. Easy walk to downtown Park City. Lots of dining options.
I recently visited the Remede Spa in St. Regis Deer Valley and it was so amazing i had to share it. From the second I walked in the door I was greeted by the most friendly staff who were so attentive and enthusiastic. As they were leading me back they asked if I have had breakfast which i hadn't so she offered me a smoothie and had it back within minutes after giving me a tour. I sat in the whirlpool and used the steam room and sauna which was perfect right before my massage. My therapist was so nice and really focused on the areas I needed worked on. After my massage I took my time getting ready, they had the perfect vanity area with everything you would need. When I went to check out the staff asked how my visit was and really loved hearing how much I enjoyed it. The whole atmosphere and ambiance of the spa was so relaxing I did not want to leave!! I definitely would recommend this place to anyone just looking to get away and have some you time!! I'm going back there as soon as I can!
Spent a beautiful evening at the bar at the St.Regis. We ate outside on the mountain and the view was spectacular! Gorgeous hotel with beautiful landscaping and the trip up the mountain was an added bonus. We were in Salt Lake for work and this is worth the 30 min drive into Park City.
Beautiful and memorable resort. The service was excellent and every staff person I encountered went out of their way to make me feel welcome. My room was first class, king size bed was super comfortable. The attention to every detail really puts the St. Regis in a whole other class. We rode the funicular, for the heck of it, which comes with a gorgeous view of the ski resort. Although I was here in late summer, you can tell from the layout that the St. Regis is designed for ski season. Enjoyed the s'mores and hanging out by the fireplaces. I didn't use the pool, but checked it out and it looked beautiful. All in all, a great experience and somewhere I hope to get back to.
This place is the best! Will definitely come back again, and again, and again! Service is beyond excellent, environment is relaxing, food in hotel restaurant is wonderful! The gym had everything I needed and was more than I expected.
Stayed at the St. Regis for three nights in early September. The hotel is beautiful and in a beautiful setting. Our room had two queen beds and a balcony. Bath was spacious with a shower and tub. Enough hang up room and several drawers. Safe and a refrigerator. We ate breakfast there three mornings...pricey but good. That being said, the refrigerator really did not cool enough to keep food or drinks cold, the phone with two lines did not work at all. Also the bed lamp had pull chains that would not turn light on without turning entire unit over. Service was a bit average for this type resort. Bartender was attentive, but restaurant staff a bit slow no matter how crowded. There are two areas for your car. It seems you come in at a lower level from Park City and your car ends up at an upper level on the other side. I could never get good instructions as to how to get out of that level or get back to it. I finally got them to print off some instructions, but street name was wrong and it did not tell me whether to turn left or right out of the drive. I ended up in a gated community that did not want to let me out(but did after a bit of delay). The instructions said "private road" but i guess we couldn't use it. Also the resort has a shuttle service that is very good going, but a bit skettchy coming back from town, etc. You call and they send you a text saying they are on the way to your restaurant, etc. then i kept getting a text that said my ride was at #92 or #96. No one i asked, including the manager at reception, had any idea what 92 or 96 etc. was. When i texted back, no response. Must have been some type automated system. Took a hour to get back one night. the town was not crowded, but the shuttle kept turning off before reaching where we said we were. (the car staff was very nice when you were with them.) There are free buses that might be a better option. Parking was a bit tricky in town. Another issue on two mornings was bumping noises that started at 6:00 am. It lasted about twenty minutes, then stopped. All in all a really nice place to stay, but could run a bit better. Seemed to host a lot of weddings in summer which sort of limited your access to restaurant and bar due to private events on weekend, but made for a fun crowd. I forgot, wireless was on but i am not sure the internet ever worked.
- Steps from Deer Valley Resort
- Free WiFi in rooms and 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 174-room, 5-star resort welcomes business and leisure travelers with ski-in/ski-out access, a full-service spa, and a restaurant. In the mountains, the resort is also close to Park City Museum and Kimball Art Center.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the resort's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
All 174 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, free bottled water, and safes. Guests can enjoy free 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. Valet parking is available for USD 30.00 per night. 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 852 reviews