The hotel was fairly nice and definitely decent for the price. However, the hotel staff was not very friendly and the pool and game area was trashed. Also it's misleading about the pancakes. Only a standard hotel breakfast and a Denny's next door.
Great stuff. Very helpful about everything. Driver on call. Rooms with kitchens. Bus stop in front of hotel. Great stuff. Very helpful about everything. Driver on call. Rooms with kitchens. Bus stop in front of hotel. Great stuff. Very helpful about everything. Driver on call. Rooms with kitchens. ...
Check in was terrible. None of the rooms were ready and there was a line of people looking for a room. It was already a late check in -- 4:00 pm and at 4:30 several of us were lined up and there were no rooms available. Once we did get in we enjoyed our stay, but their check in process needs to be ...
Iit was our first time in Park City and got the chance to visit my niece who is doing an internship at Deer Valley. Upon searching for places to stay, I came across The Chateaux and was drawn by its stellar reviews. True enough, we are impressed. From the service, the room, friendliness of the staff ...
Beautiful views and close to skiing and fun in Midway. Hotel is brand new. Breakfast was amazing with both pancakes and waffle makers. Only negative is that the bathroom door didn't have a lock on it. It was a sliding door on the bathroom with no way to secure it. Luckily it was just family on this ...
Park City, Utah, is famous for its beautiful landscape, majestic mountains, and year-round outdoor attractions. Park City draws many tourists each year for the annual Sundance Film Festival, and is home to the United States Ski Team. Hotels in Park City are plentiful, and guests can choose from budget options like the Park City Peaks Hotel, luxurious resorts like the Montage Deer Valley, bed and breakfasts, and local ski lodges like the Black Diamond Lodge.
Guests at Park City hotels may attend the annual Sundance Film Festival, the largest of its kind in the United States, each summer. The Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater hosts many outdoor concerts, while the Park City Kimball Arts Festival features live music and local artists and vendors.
There are over 100 restaurants located near hotels Park City. Adolph's Bar & Restaurant serves European cuisine with a Swiss twist, while the Purple Sage on Main Street offers western-style favorites.
The historic Union Pacific Rail Tail takes visitors on a historic path from Park City along I-80 through Wanship and Coalville to Echo Reservoir. The Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter boasts 1200 acres of natural habitat and offers wildlife tours and exhibits.
Visit the popular Tanger Outlet Mall on North Landmark Drive for designer name brand apparel, or find unique gifts at Livin' Life Park City on Main Street.
Adventures at The Stillman Ranch offers horseback riding, hiking, and biking. Enjoy skiing at one of the popular area resorts, or enjoy the Park City Golf Course on Thaynes Canyon Drive.
We arrived at 4am due to a delay in our flight. However, the paperwork was in an after hours lock box outside the main office just as I was instructed. I forgot the combo to the lockbox and called their emergency number and the person who answered my call was VERY pleasant and helpful and gave me the correct lockbox code to get my paperwork for my room. Our room was very warm when we arrived. The hotel description mentions that they have A/C, however, you should know that this is not a typical A/C unit..... it is a portable A/C unit that sits on the floor in the living room and has a hose that exhausts out the living room window. Therefore, it's not like you can roll it to the bedroom at night. I had it set on 63 at night but it did not cool the living room kitchen area to 63*F... if anything, I would say, it cooled it to maybe 75*F. Thankfully I found two box fans in the closet in the bedroom and had the A/C in the living room and both box fans in the bedroom on, but it was still on the warm side and we had to kick off the comforter to sleep more comfortably. Kitchen has everything you need for meals. Fridge cools okay but not the greatest. Don't even try washing your clothes in the in-unit washer/dryer...... My clothes were in the dryer for 1 hour and soaking wet when I took them out. I had to return home with a suitcase full of WET CLOTHES the next day.
My family was very pleased with the hotel. We enjoyed the pool tremendously. Our children absolutely loved breakfast, specifically the pancake making machine!
The beauty of the hotel and its surroundings was stunning, and the professionalism and relational ability of the staff was impressive. They are all so nice and will go out of their way to pamper you. The room was super comfortable, rather large, had a fireplace, and was overall very beautiful and extremely clean. The workout and spa areas exceeded our expectations, and were very clean and inviting. There was a power outage in the middle of the night in the entire Park City area, which made the room quite warm, thus we did not sleep as well, but if it were not for that, I'm sure we would have had quite a good night sleep. Loved the Spanish guitar player on Sunday afternoon, and adored hanging out with Monty.
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.