The ski town of Park City, Utah is a winter wonderland and was home to the 2002 Winter Olympics, as well as the annual Sundance Film Festival. During the warmer months, visitors can explore the hiking trails along the Wasatch Range, go hot air ballooning, fly fishing, horseback riding or river rafting. When it’s time to rest up, the city is home to cozy ski lodges and luxury hotels. Here are the best hotels in Park City.
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For fantastic service, comfortable accommodations and a great location, the 100-room, Hotel Park City is a wonderful option no matter what occasion brings you to town. During the warmer months, guests can utilize the 18-hole golf course and the gorgeous outdoor pool, and in the winter, they can go cross-country skiing or hop on the free shuttle to some of the area’s top ski resorts. Accommodations at the all-suite hotel have a minimum of 500 square feet of space, leather couches, fireplaces, marble baths, kitchenettes, whirlpools and balconies. Relax with two different dining options or melt stress away at the 10,000-square-foot spa with body wraps, scrubs and massages.
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While some of the Park City budget hotels fall under standards, the Park City Hostel is spotless, welcoming and affordable, making it a top choice with budget travelers. Ideal for those who enjoy socializing with other guests, the hostel has a large common area with a pool table, a kitchen for guest use, coffee and tea bar and a library of books and board games. In addition to shared rooms with bunk beds and shared baths, the hostel has private rooms with Queen-sized beds. Located in Prospectors Square, the bus around town is just steps outside the hostel, and free parking is available. TripAdvisor members felt the hostel was a good value and appreciated the views from the rooftop deck.
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For a vacation to rekindle the flame, the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer Valley offers a tranquil, luxurious stay that’s perfect for couples. The 180-room lodge boasts Utah’s only five-star spa, with designated couple’s massage rooms and romance packages, plus a steam room, sauna and in-room treatments. Rooms have a minimum of 375 square feet of space, with stone fireplaces, jetted tubs, private patios with peaceful views, as well as unique décor that blends modern European style with the great outdoors. Guests can take part in a wine tasting from the expansive collection in the wine cellar or enjoy a romantic dinner at the onsite restaurant that serves fresh, seasonal fare.
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If you’d like to experience the nightlife while you’re in town, the Montage Deer Valley hotel is a top choice – with several bars located right at the hotel. Daily’s pub serves up brick-oven pizza, cold brews and a playful atmosphere with shuffleboard tables and photo booths, while the rooftop Vista Lounge is perfect for live music and stunning views. The 220 rooms and suites have an average of 600 square feet, marble baths with heated floors and soaking tubs, private balconies, walk-in closets and gas fireplaces. Other hotel amenities include a full-service spa, five restaurants, a bowling alley and a shuttle down to Park City to explore the nightlife in town.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
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For a different hotel experience, the 12-room, Washington School House Hotel is a luxurious boutique that is housed in a limestone brick school house and dates back to 1889. A collection of antiques and fine artwork are displayed throughout with unusual items like a giant, antler chandelier and a 10-foot tall mirror from a French opera house. Amenities include a heated pool, outdoor fire pit, private dining, a ski valet and included mountain breakfast. Every spacious room is different, with features such as heated bathroom floors, a 16-foot tall ceiling, reclaimed oak barn wood floors and more. The hotel is within walking distance to the Main Street restaurants.
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The sprawling, 160-room Waldorf Astoria is located right in front of the Park City gondola and is ideal for travelers seeking a luxurious stay. Rooms and suites have modern décor, commanding views and spacious baths. Drift off to sleep easily in the signature Waldorf beds or cozy up near the gas fireplace. In the evenings, guests can gather around the outdoor fire pit for s’more roasting or dine at Powder, a lovely space overlooking the courtyard that serves fresh, seasonal fare and crafted cocktails. Travelers can also go for a swim in the heated outdoor pool or unwind in the lavish spa featuring a soothing whirlpool and 15 treatment rooms. A fitness center offers weekly yoga classes and personal trainers.
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Families traveling to Park City will appreciate the reasonably priced Best Western Plus Landmark Inn for its spacious rooms and added amenities that are included in the rates. The 106-room hotel is located in the picturesque Wasatch Mountains, just one mile from Utah Olympic Park (with alpine slides, bobsledding and more) and three miles from Canyons Ski Resort. Kids will love the video arcade and heated indoor pool, while adults can unwind in the hydro-spa hot tub. During the summer months, there’s also badminton, croquet, horseshoe pits, ping pong, a pool table and basketball. Family suites include two Queen beds, a sleeper sofa and a kitchenette. Breakfast and parking are free of charge.
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If you’re lucky enough to have a business trip to Park City’s outdoor wonderland, then the Hyatt Centric Park City is a fantastic option. The hotel is located in the Canyon’s section of Park City, about four miles from Main Street, and offers more than 10,000 square feet of meeting space plus audiovisual equipment and a business center. After work, guests can hit the slopes (a ski and snowboard rental shop is on the property), soak in the heated outdoor pool and hot tubs, work out in the fitness center or hop on the shuttle to the downtown area. The 130-residential style rooms feature kitchenettes, washers and dryers, stone fireplaces and gorgeous views. Several dining options are also available at the hotel.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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If you’d like to stay in the heart of Park City with easy access to all the ski resorts, then consider the Main and Sky hotel. The 33-room hotel is in downtown Park City just steps away from restaurants, bars and shops, as well as the Park City Town Ski Lift. Consisting entirely of suites and penthouses, accommodations have plenty of space with outdoor patios overlooking the town and the mountains. Two-Bedroom Suites come with gas fireplaces, a wet bar with microwave, coffee maker, toaster, dishwasher, pool table and a balcony with a hot tub (in some). The resort has four dining options, as well as a full-service spa with steam room, Ayurveda treatments, massages and skincare.
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