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Large faux-stone six-story lodge buildings arranged in a village-like configuration
The resort is a large complex of faux-stone buildings, each of which is about six stories high and has its own lobby. There's also a central main lobby set off of a drive-in carport, which is furnished with high ceilings, several fireplaces, and massive windows. Western wildlife motifs adorn the wallpaper throughout the buildings, and interior architecture and decor has a mountain lodge style, with wood beams and tufted leather couches.
At the base of the Canyons Resort gondola near Park City
The hotel is surrounded by mountains and sits on a a service road at the base of the Canyons Resort gondola, one of three ski resorts near Park City. There are several other hotels within a 10-minute walk, and the property is relatively self-sufficient in terms of basic provisions; those wanting a selection of restaurants and shops can hop on the free shuttle service into Park City, a 10-minute drive away.
Condo-style rooms with kitchens, living areas, and large soaking tubs
The rooms here vary somewhat between the timeshare and non-timeshare units, though most maintain a more subdued version of the woodsy theme prominent in the rest of the property, incorporating wood floors, photographs of local nature, imitation cherrywood furniture, and earth tones throughout. Smaller rooms have kitchenettes with mini-fridges, double burners, and tiny sinks, while larger ones have full kitchens with stoves, ovens, fridges, and plenty of cookware and dishes. Bathrooms contain either a big shower/tub combo or have an antechamber with a large whirlpool tub and a walk-in shower in the bathroom. All rooms have at least one sleeper sofa, an iron, a makeup mirror, a TV for each room, and bathrobes. Some apartments have two bathrooms.
Facilities for children plus spa, large fitness center, tennis courts, pool, restaurants, and shop
One of the hotel's biggest features for families is its large game room with a huge selection of arcade games along with an air-hockey table and a pool table. A full-time activity coordinator provides entertainment for kids and there's also a small outdoor playground. The resort's indoor/outdoor pool is partially covered by a glass enclosure, and guests can swim outside underneath an exterior wall. There's a small separate, entirely indoor pool reserved for adults and large outdoor tennis court for fair-weather recreation. A good-size fitness center has a variety of cardio and weight machines along with benches and free weights. Two restaurants, one formal, the other less so, provide dining options that most past guests have found adequate, if not delicious. There's also an on-site convenience store that stocks basic groceries and an extensive supply of liquor.
Westgate Park City Resort & Spa is a large ski-in, ski-out property situated at the base of the Canyons Resort gondola. A mix of regular and timeshare rooms consist mainly of apartment-style quarters with washers and dryers, full kitchens, and separate living areas. A formal and a casual restaurant, a large indoor/outdoor pool, a modest spa, a free shuttle service to town, and an entertainment center for children are a few of the many amenities at the four-pearl resort. Boots and skis are kept on separate floors, and buildings are not always well-marked and thus can be difficult to find. There have been occasional reports of lapses in cleanliness; different agencies may be responsible for the upkeep of the timeshare and non-timeshare rooms.