Nov 3 - Nov 4
Loved the outdoor experience. So peaceful and calm.
Oct 16 - Oct 17
The proximity to the ski lifts is a major plus. The staff is very friendly.
Oct 26 - Oct 27
Hotel is ok. Rooms were nice/clean staff could use some work. Nice but not professional. Facilties ok. Pool/hot tub was very small.
Very basic, with clean quiet room, very convenient for skiing, and a short walk or bus ride to historic city center. Owners were on site, paying attention, and very pleasant.
Oct 15 - Oct 16
To the east of Salt Lake City, you will find Park City, a rural city with some of the most dramatic mountain ranges in the state. As such, there is a tourism boom here during the winter months when avid skiers come to hit the slopes; this is when Park City Mountain resorts become hugely popular, especially as many lodges provide direct access to the range’s ski lifts, stores, and restaurants.
Park City hotels and lodges offer a great range of facilities for summer and winter vacations. Choose from large, purpose-built ski resorts or family-run bed and breakfasts. Many city hotels also offer heated swimming pools and spas – ideal for post-ski relaxation.
Nearby resorts, such as Deer Valley and Park City Mountain feature top quality restaurants, bars, and nightclubs – just the antidote you need after a day on the slopes. Rooms are comfortable with free Wi-Fi, private bathrooms, and flat-screen TVs available in many rooms.
Park City is an excellent location if you love snowsports, with an extensive lift system and a choice of runs to suit all abilities (McConkey’s Bowl is just one of the black runs at the range). If you’re an experienced snow sportsman, jump off at some of Park City Mountain’s back country ski runs.
While winter is a busy period, Park City hotels are open throughout the year and offer plenty of summer activities and tours. Ideal bases for hiking, biking, and seeing the local wildlife, Park City lodges take the stress out of getting to the local activities. During the summer, for instance, Park City Mountain opens up its summer ziplines and horseback riding trails.
During the summer in Deer Valley, guests can enjoy free concerts in the open-air Ampitheater. Here you’ll see world-renowned artists and local bands take to the stage, of which enjoys picturesque views of the snow-capped mountain range and lush valleys beyond. On Sundays during summer, head to Main Street for the street market to buy art, souvenirs and to taste the best of the local food.