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On Park City's Main Street with immediate access to the slopes and area nightlife and shopping
The hotel is located on Park City's historic Main Street, just a quick walk from numerous restaurants and shops and ski-in/ski-out access to the slopes -- as well as prime access to festivities during the annual Sundance Film Festival.
Park City Mountain is where the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Olympic Team comes to train, and thus has plenty powdery, challenging slopes. But there are slopes for the less-advanced skiers and snowboarders as well. The mountain originally opened as Treasure Mountain in the 60s, but was renamed in 1996. Today it boasts eight peaks, nine bowls, and 16 chairlifts, as well as a snowboard park. During the summer months, the mountain turns into an amusement park, and ski slopes become scenic hiking and biking trails.
The highlight of The Caledonian, featuring 1, 2, and 3-bedroom condos, is its location -- right on Main Street, lined with restaurants and shops, and a short walk to ski-in/ski-out access. The decor in each condo is slightly different (though most feature mountain lodge-inspired accents like leather sofas and wildlife-themed paintings -- nice, but nothing special). All condos feature large living areas, full kitchens, and washer/dryers -- and many have gorgeous views, fireplaces, and private Jacuzzis. The on-site restaurant is convenient for those exhausted after a long day on the slopes, but with so many great restaurants along Main Street, guests may want to explore other options.