Affordable hotel with amenities that check off basic needs
Rooms are large and equipped with coffeemakers, mini-fridges, and safes
Some rooms have kitchenettes with a microwave and sink
Roots Grill is an informal spot with good food
Heated pool and hot tub are open year-round
Central location in Park City, close to resorts and entertainment
Spacious fitness center has cardio and weight machines
Meeting space and a business center
Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel
Complaints of dark halls and confusing layout
Room decor is generic, with little embellishment
Some reports of noise and maintenance issues
This 181-room, mid-range hotel is an affordable option for leisure and business travelers to Utah’s Park City. It is a short drive to the slopes and summertime entertainment on the mountainside, plus there is a free shuttle that stops directly in front of the hotel. Rooms are spacious, with mini-fridges, 32-inch flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, and irons, though the decor is certainly generic. Basic features add some appeal; there are a heated pool and whirlpool open all year, a restaurant serving good food, a fitness center, and free Wi-Fi throughout. For comparison, check out Silver King Hotel, which is within walking distance of the slopes and features in-room kitchens, laundry machines, and fireplaces.
Casual spot with features for both leisure and business, including a ski-friendly environment
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City is a casual hotel with convenient access to nearby mountain ranges in Park City, Utah. The lobby is a relaxing space with a lot of dark wood lightened by green carpets and blue walls. Common areas give a nod to the location, where many people come to enjoy the mountains in both ski weather and warmer months. Outdoorsy elements like climbing rope, lamps resembling tree branches, and a large mural of a snowy mountain range decorate common areas. There’s a ski valet for those toting a lot of gear, plus a cozy lounge with a fireplace to warm up after hitting the slopes. Some guests have reported finding the hotel a bit dark and gloomy, as well as hallway layouts confusing at first. Families are drawn to this hotel for the decent list of features -- like a swimming pool and on-site dining -- at a budget-friendly price, but couples and business travelers come as well.
Well-situated in central Park City, near entertainment and a popular ski resort
The hotel is in a convenient spot, at the intersection of the two main roads through Park City, Utah. There are a grocery store and strip mall behind the hotel, and several restaurants within a seven-minute walk. It is an eight-minute walk to the Park City Golf course. The city’s free public transit system stops just outside the hotel for easy access to resorts and sights around the area.
It is a three-minute drive to the iconic Park City Mountain ski resort, where there are powdery slopes in the winter, fit for all levels of skiers. In the summer, the resort hosts an amusement park and there’s ample hiking and biking opportunities on the slopes. Main Street is a quaint spot with shops and restaurants to explore, a four-minute drive from the hotel.
Spacious but generic rooms have modern amenities like coffeemakers
Standard rooms are spacious and clean, though they're generic chain furnishings make them feel bland. Brown and ivory tones and wood furniture are warm, but there’s little color beyond a green headboard, chair, and bed runner. Still, rooms are a good value for the price, and extra amenities make up for lackluster decor. All rooms have a 32-inch flat-screen TV, mini-fridge, coffeemaker, iron, and safe. Some rooms include a fireplace and/or kitchenette with a microwave, sink, and cabinet space. Room options include queen- or king-size beds, and suites have king-size beds and a sitting area, some in a separate room. Contemporary bathrooms have either a shower/tub combo or a shower stall with a glass door. Some rooms have a whirlpool tub and provide bathrobes. A hairdryer is included, as are free toiletries. Note that some past guests have complained of minor maintenance or noise issues, as well as uninspiring parking lot views.
Restaurant and bar, heated pool, and a fitness room
This DoubleTree has all the basics, but few extra frills. The on-site steakhouse is a straightforward spot with brown and ivory decor and funky chandeliers made from bicycle frames. Three meals are served daily; the food is good, but none are included in the room rate. The bar and lounge is open in the evening. It is a pleasant, casual spot with a modern feel, and guests can order food from the restaurant grill menu.
The central courtyard is a simple, bland space with a heated pool and a large whirlpool. It is nicer in warm weather when the trees are in bloom, but still usable in the winter. There's also a spacious and functional fitness room, but it only has a few machines. Meeting rooms are available for events up to 600 people, and a business center in the lobby has computers and a printer. Free Wi-Fi is available everywhere on-site.
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