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Montage Deer Valley

Montage Deer Valley Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Montage in Deer Valley is a large, luxurious resort with a ski-in/ski-out location. The rooms feel like upscale apartments, with warm wood accents, chandeliers, high-end artwork, fireplaces, and marble bathrooms complete heated floors, soaking tubs, and separate showers. The hotel has a massive spa (with free access to its pool, steam rooms, and saunas) and several restaurants, one with fine dining and another with a bowling alley -- but pricey hotels have pricey extras, and everything from spa treatments to kids' club is expensive.
Waldorf Astoria Park City

Waldorf Astoria Park City Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Waldorf Astoria is luxurious in every way, starting with the beautiful lobby -- crystal chandeliers hang from the high beamed ceilings, antlers protrude from the walls (a must in Park City), and leather and dark-wood accents give a dramatic but warm feel. The restaurant and rooms are similarly cozy and upscale, with all rooms featuring fireplaces and large marble-and-granite bathrooms. The pool area is gorgeous as well, boasting magnificent mountain views, but access to it isn't technically free -- it's included in the daily resort fee, as are other "freebies" such as Wi-Fi and parking.
Sundial Lodge at Canyons Resort

Sundial Lodge at Canyons Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A nice choice for families, the Sundial Lodge features rooms and one- to two-bedroom suites with mini-fridges, microwaves, and toasters. Though the somewhat drab lodgelike decor can't compare to that in the more ultra-luxe sister Canyons' hotels, like the Waldorf Astoria, the rooms are large yet cozy, with warm colors and wooden accents (and many rooms have fireplaces). A small heated pool, a rooftop Jacuzzi and a basic fitness center are popular amenities, but those looking for a ski-in/ski-out location may consider the comparable Grand Summit.
The Grand Summit at Canyons Resort

The Grand Summit at Canyons Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 358-room Grand Summit features rooms and suites outfitted in typical Park City style -- warm colors, Western patterns, and mountain-themed artwork -- but the decor never crosses the line into kitschy (even if it can't be described as "elegant" either). The hotel's location -- right in The Canyons village with a ski-in/ski-out location -- is the highlight, but amenities like a heated outdoor pool, fitness center, nail salon, spa and various shops make it a nice choice for guests looking for more to do than hit the slopes.
The Sky Lodge

The Sky Lodge Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Sky Lodge is upscale from top to bottom, featuring chic boutique-y decor melded with homey mountain style. The suites and residences are massive and high-end, sporting working fireplaces, kitchenettes or kitchens with modern appliances, private balconies (many with hot tubs), and washer/dryers. Bathrooms in the residences are palatial, with two sinks, double showers and soaking tubs (some even have flat-screen TVs). The central location makes getting around Park City and hitting the slopes easy, but you'll have to pay extra for the resort fee and valet parking.
Bear Hollow Village

Bear Hollow Village Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Bear Hollow Village is a neighborhood-like resort featuring three-bedroom condos and three- and four-bedroom townhouses. The individually owned condos and townhouses vary in decor and modernity (some do not have flat-screen TVs) but all feature fireplaces, washer/dryers, and modern, sleek kitchens. As a condominium property, the hotel lacks amenities such as housekeeping and a spa, but the Clubhouse features a small fitness center (with just a few machines), a business center, and an outdoor pool (open during the summer).
Silver King Hotel

Silver King Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This mid-range option in the expensive resort town of Park City features suites and condos, each with a kitchen, laundry facilities, a flat-screen TV, and a fireplace. Because condos are privately owned, the decor and quality of the kitchen appliances varies from room to room, but many have kitschy decor (for example, this western-themed bedspread). The indoor/outdoor pool and game room are nice for families, but concierge service is available only during the winter; be prepared to make your own arrangements during the off-season.
The Silverado Lodge at Canyons Resort

The Silverado Lodge at Canyons Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located at the base of the Canyons Mountain, Silverado Lodge is a budget-friendly option within the Canyons ski area. Spacious rooms range from studios to multi-bedroom units with full kitchens, washer/dryers, and flat-screen TVs. Notable elements include gas fireplaces, charming lodge decor, and big bathrooms. Other highlights include the spacious lobby with gas fireplace, heated outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, and very small fitness center. The Silverado Lodge may not be as glamorous as other Canyons resorts -- such as the nearby Waldorf Astoria or the Sundial Lodge -- but its prices and generous space make it a good value pick.
The Caledonian

The Caledonian Rating: 3.5 Pearls

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.
The Yarrow Hotel and Conference Center

The Yarrow Hotel and Conference Center Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 181-room, mid-range hotel is one of the more affordable in Park City. Though it is a drive from the slopes, a free shuttle bus stops right in front of the hotel, and free parking and Wi-Fi add value. Rooms are large, with empty mini-fridges and flat-screen TVs, but the decor is pretty bland (beige curtains and furniture). Features are few: an outdoor pool and Jacuzzi; small, dated fitness center; the unexceptional Mountain Grill; and a casual bar with little ambiance. Those looking to be closer to the slopes may consider the nearby Silver King Hotel.

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  • Kid-Friendly
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Locations

  • Deer Valley
  • Park City Mountain
  • The Canyons

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • All Seasons Resort Lodging
  • Waldorf Astoria
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