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The Ultimate Survival Guide to City

She’s a Park beauty, that Washington House

Hot on the heels of Sundance. to three mega ski resorts and a training grounds for many a Olympian, Park City, has an allure like no other ski destination.

But if you’ve never the trip, the options in PC—including hotels (and rentals) everywhere from the charming to slope side or mid-mountain—can be

Which ski mountain is right for Should you stay near the downtown or does it really And what about the town ski (that’s right, Park even has a ski lift from the direct to Park City Resort)?

VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF CITY

The first thing to about Park City is not only are there a multitude of options, by and large, the options are good. So, the question is less finding a great hotel and about finding the right For example, you want to spend time around a fire, of but do you want to hang with the and roast marshmallows or toss bourbon with the boys?

back from Park we canvassed the ski town from to south to find the top hotels in the locations, taking care to all those little details can make a hotel really And in keeping with the idea there are different strokes for folks, we came up with a of favorite that speak to a of unique needs and wants.

The of our efforts, the fruit of our hotel-loving another must-have HotelChatter guide, this one for the powder-dusted town of Park City, .

Big and comfortable rooms at Montage Valley

LAY OF THE LAND

From a perspective, there are four parts of town to keep in Park City’s historic and its three major ski resorts. If you by flying to the nearest major which is Salt Lake International Airport, you’ll about 35 minutes south to City, first encountering ski resort, Park City Resort (PCMR), the downtown finally Deer Valley Hotels and rentals can be had at all four and everywhere in between. It is straight-up

But before we get into where to let’s talk about four stops, as where you stay depends on how close you to be to any one or all of them.

Downtown Park radiates out from Main a steady upward climb with boutiques, bars and a and some of the town’s best as well as Sundance’s famous Theater and Park City (a shockingly cool museum interactive mining exhibits and the original jail). No matter season you visit, the downtown is a hub of and life, and you’ll wind up at some point, if not daily.

The of mid-mountain, slope side at Valley, as seen from the ski room at Stein Eriksen

SKI RESORTS

At 4,000 acres and 182 trails, Canyons is the fourth ski resort in North America. It nine mountains, offers intermediate to challenging terrain for snowboarders and skiers, including that drop from the peak at 9,990 (the 90). But generally speaking, the at is Canyons is considered the most of the three resorts. We agree: is a killer beast and the kind of that experienced boarders and dream of.

Park City Mountain is a great, all-around ski resort for all of riders and skiers, and with an good dose of regional and character. At the height of Utah’s days, the mountain was home to 50 percent of the areas mines, and old mining structures still dot the today. These are pretty to see as you’re zooming down all of runs, which include 114 nine bowls and four parks. The coolest thing PCMR, however, might be you can reach it via a chair lift runs directly from Park City.

Deer Resort is a rare find for and especially families who ski, as one of only a few ski-only resorts in the Deer Valley is also known for its high-touch service, a solid ski school program and great instructors. The terrain is intermediate with lots of and log runs. It’s an especially place for younger families to ski, as there’s a bit less with the absence of snowboarders (no to the riders out there, yo).

A of the king bed in the loft suite at School House

WHERE TO

When someone asks us to stay in Park City, hard for us to not blurt out Washington House! A National Historic landmark built in 1889 and one of original schools in Park the 12-room hotel opened in 2011 following a down-to-the rehab. The result is a beauty of a with incredible design tall ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and gray against white walls, furnishings that blend like wood and marble, a limestone fireplace under a antler chandelier, an outdoor pool tucked into the of a hill, silver platters and and even silverware that match, on purpose. The experience of here feels personal and (as if you were the only guest) and simple. Where so many offer boatloads of activities noon, and night, WSH works magic that leaves you like there is no hurry at all and there nowhere else you to be but loafing there by the fire. throughout is complimentary.

The lounge is the heart of the Washington House

If you came to ski, you scoff at the hotel’s location in Park City (which you one block from Main and a quick walk to great pubs and shops). But getting to the is actually easier than you think. First, WSH offers a shuttle to all three ski resorts. Or, you can a couple blocks to the town lift, which takes you to Park City Mountain WSH will even give you a to the town chair if you’d not schlep over. If you need equipment, Ski Butlers will directly to WSH—or any location in City—to set you up with equipment, you can store in the onsite ski lounge at

Best for: People who to quiet the world and connect one another in a cozy, cozy Couples, old friends, and even will not want to leave, kids loving the royal and surprise nightly turndown (like kiddo travel and a cuddly stuffed moose).


it#146;ll run you: We found from $850.

Another of a room at Montage Deer

On the opposite end of the spectrum, the Montage Valley is a mega hotel 154 guest rooms, 66 suites and and a backdoor that opens up to Valley’s Empire Express We say “mega” not so much for the size, but for a of really great offerings for all And we mean all ages. Let’s with the bright, lodge-style fashioned with fireplaces and balconies, a 35,000-square-foot spa, and restaurants that include a bar, the new Burgers Bourbon houses the biggest collection of the spirit in the state as well as kick-ass milkshakes) and Daly’s where grownups and kids can together (think bar and flat shuffle board and darts, Wii and arcade games, and a bowling Skiers can rent high-quality onsite. Everyone can kick in aprиs hours in a huge lounge with fondue, toddies, free billiards and games and an even bigger (s’mores are also outside on the There’s a big indoor pool designated times for families and only (spa hours).

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Montage is not cheap, but it’s well and there are complimentary worth noting, too: fitness room and instructor-led spa-area access to saunas, rooms and an indoor pool; throughout PC via Mercedes Benz GL ski locker storage; billiards; and tubing (there’s a hill up in too).

Best for . Montage is a score for skiers who want to be Deer Valley’s slopes and especially families. In a world family friendliness often confused with being about the kids, Montage Valley gets it right something for both cool and cool parents. There’s a robust kid’s club for ages 5-12, with activities scheduled all the day long can even drop the kids off on and Saturday nights for time to dine and booze).

What run you . Rates at the montage start at

A pretty room at the St. Regis Valley

The beginning of a luxury ski begins with a steep ride up to the 177-room St. Regis Deer Valley, which slope side at Deer Resort. From the posh and rooms to the split-level outdoor St. Regis is the beautiful, mod hotel you expect it to be, though it’s the and beverage offerings that grab us here. First, get to enjoy complimentary hot chocolate toppings. Big whip, you say, BUT YOU NEVER HAD HOT CHOCOLATE LIKE BEFORE. It is that good. If hot is not your bag, step up to the St. Bar for St. Regis’ signature Bloody this one poured with a distilled vodka. There’s a wine vault with 13,000 bottles where you can private parties. We recommend your pennies and instead a reso in JG Grill, with a created by Jean-Georges Vongerichten and a Chef’s Table room great mountain views, at no extra cost. Also at St. Reg: Wifi, transportation PC and access to the fitness center.

Best for . Foodies and fans of in style.

What it’ll run you . rates start at $495.

The hot at the St. Regis will blow mind

Opened by the namesake Gold Medal skier, Eriksen (www.steinlodge.com) Lodge is a dream. It sits mid-mountain at feet at Deer Valley’s Lake Village, about between the resort’s summit and Glide straight out onto from the full-service ski locker with valets standing by. are 180 units here, including 112 rooms and 68 suites; the best a residential-lodge vibe, with family rooms, decks hot tubs, and full kitchens. if you don’t stay here, you drop in for the incredible buffet the chance to ogle Eriksen’s trophy case (find it in the lobby) or to cap off a day of skiing at the 16-treatment spa. Like the hotels Stein Eriksen Lodge complimentary Wifi and a shuttle for around town as well as to and Canyons ski resorts.

Best for . Hard-core skiers love the Stein Eriksen throughout the hotel and the fastest and convenient access to Deer most challenging ski runs.

it’ll run you: Rates at $775.

And the buffet at Stein will bust your gut luck skiing afterward)

for . Riders and skiers who want the access to Canyons while in a comfortable hotel will right at home here.

it’ll run you: Canyons the lowest rates found the Park City hotels on our starting at $373.

INSIDER TIP

One bit of insight on room rates, at their highest now that at the tail end of Sundance and in the heat of ski Every local we encountered that spring and summer are the most sublime times to Park City, with hills that go on forever, of hiking and biking, and some of the hotel deals seen all While rates do fluctuate the year, hoteliers backed the sharing that room drop during the warmer by as much as 75 percent less what’s available now in the ski season. As an Washington School House’s rates at $850 drop to in spring. Yowza.

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