The hotel itself was very clean and the bed comfortable - whoever was the architect did a less than great job. Doors running into each other and the window in the shower/bathroom - not practicle. When you turn on the light in the bathroom (which was bright) shined into where you were sleeping - No bueno! Other than that the room was great for overnight - beautiful views as well
Traveller from California
Situated in Park City, this ski hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Trout Bum 2 and 2 mi (3.3 km) from Red Pine Adventures. Park …More
I have been coming to this hotel for the past 3 years and have enjoyed my stay each time. Mind you I typically come in the off season, so I do know if the experience would be the same during peak ski season. I feel safe when I come alone.
Located in the mountains, this Park City hotel offers ski-in/ski-out access within 3 mi (5 km) of Trout Bum 2, Redstone, and …More
The place was cozy not to far from the ski lift. Park City is a nice place to ski it is not to far from the airport. It is an easy trip to town to buy groceries. I kitchen full of pots utensils plates everything you need to fix meals for a family of 5. We would stay here again.
Traveller from Maryland
Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this Park City condominium resort is in the mountains, within 2 mi (3 km) of Trout …More
"amazing resort, great location and wonderful staff"
My wife and I went away for our babymoon and we're incredibly impressed with all phases of the WA park city; amenities, staff, room, location, food, etc...it was really really great. We would highly recommend it, Abby went above and beyond to make our stay unforgettable. thank you WA PC.
Traveller from Michigan
Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this Park City resort is in the mountains, within 2 mi (3 km) of Trout Bum 2 and …More
The Canyons Resort anchors the North Park City area, offering more than 3,700 acres of skiing on eight mountains. Another main attraction is Utah Olympic Park, where ski jumping, bobsled, and luge events were held during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Now the park is open to the public. The bars, restaurants, and galleries of Park City’s historic downtown are within five miles.