Hotel Park City
Park City, Utah
At a Glance
Luxury ski hotel in one of North America's finest ski resorts
Comfortable and spacious accommodation - perfect for families and friends
Small and intimate Spa
Superb cuisine - with some of the best steaks around
A Great Location, only a couple of minutes in the shuttle to Park City's historic main street
Families sharing a suite should be aware that there is no separation between the sleeping areas so this hotel is perhaps better suited to families with older children looking to eat together and then go to bed at a similar time.Charlotte Smith
The bellboys at this hotel could not be more helpful and go out of their way to offer a really personal and professional serviceCharlotte Smith
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Hotel Park City
Consistently rated as one of the best ski hotels by Condé Nast Traveler, the Hotel Park City has a great slope side location and is close to all the resort's facilities. Not quite ski in/ski out, it is ideal for cross country skiing, and families where one or two members prefer not to ski every day. We were bowled over by the service here - guests are greeted with a genuine warm welcome and staff get to know your name immediately.
Hotel Park City has 100 suites, with a mix of hotel accommodation and cottage style living, giving families and groups more flexibility. The property has a couple of fantastic restaurants and many people visit just for this alone. Ruth’s Chris Steak House has a gourmet menu of prime steaks, seafood and New Orleans-inspired appetizers. The catch of the day should definitely be tried. Bandannas Bar & Grill serves an American breakfast and then American favorites for lunch. The luxurious Spa and Health Club has a variety of therapeutic massages and Thai inspired treatments. It's a small and intimate Spa, but the service is still fantastic. The outdoor heated pool is enormous and is a hub for après ski.
Hotel Park City is a very good 4* but because it is great value you won't end up with a huge bill before or at the end of your stay. This makes this an ideal choice for families along with the great outdoor pool and excellent sized rooms.
The town of Park City is nestled high in the Wasatch Mountains and boasts some of the best snow in North America. Formerly a mining town, it is home to three world class ski resorts, Canyons, Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR), making it one of the largest ski areas in the States, all of which are covered by one pass. It offers a fantastic range of recreation, as well as sophisticated dining and nightlife, all within a short drive from Salt Lake City International Airport. It was the epicenter of the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games and offers exceptional skiing for intermediates and experts. Wide slopes are great for children and beginners, with very professional ski schools offering great tuition. With nearly 400 pistes, it's difficult to imagine there's more to do in Park City than world-class skiing or snowboarding, however, if you're a thrill-seeker, you should visit the Olympic park and try the Olympic Bobsled run. The park also houses a fantastic museum which is worth a visit. An extensive choice of shops, bars and galleries can be found on Main Street Park City, an historical landmark which you can explore by trolley tram.
Each of the 100 suites features a cosy fireplace, king size beds, sofa bed, jetted bathtubs and a private balcony or patio with gorgeous views of the mountains. The smaller suites have extensive kitchen facilities, whilst the larger ones feature full kitchens. For families we recommend the two bedroom suites.
The Executive Suites are spacious, with a lofted master bedroom, large leather sofabed, spa style bath, two large screen LCD TVs, fireplace, washer/dryer, a kitchenette and a private balcony. They sleep up to four adults.
|Deluxe Executive Suite||
The Deluxe Executive Suites are extremely spacious, with a lofted master bedroom, large leather sofabed, spa style bath, two large screen LCD TVs, fireplace, washer/dryer, a kitchenette and a private balcony. They sleep up to four adults.
|Grand Luxury Suite||
The Grand Luxury Suites include a separate master bedroom, a large leather sofabed, guest bathroom, two fireplaces, kitchen, washer/dryer and a private balcony. They sleep 4-6 adults.
|Cottage Deluxe Executive Suite||
The Cottage Deluxe Executive Suites are great for families and feature one separate master bedroom, larger leather sofabed, spa style bath, kitchenette, fireplaces, two large screen LCD TVs, private balcony or patio with a six person hot tub. They sleep up to 4 adults.
|Cottage Luxury Suite||
The Cottage Luxury Suites include a separate master bedroom, large leather sofabed, private balcony or patio with a six person hot tub, kitchen, fireplaces, washer/dryer, two large LCD TVs, a guest bathroom and a spa style bath. They sleep up to four adults.
|Cottage Luxury Two Bedroom Suite||
The homely and spacious Cottage Luxury Two Bedroom Suites consist of connecting a Cottage Luxury Suite and a Cottage Deluxe Executive Suite. The combined accommodation offers two separate master bedrooms, two large leather sofa beds, six fireplaces, four large screen LCD TVs, a kitchen and kitchenette, two private balconies or patios with two six-person hot tubs, three spa style bathrooms. Combined, they can sleep up to eight adults.
With an average annual snowfall of 365 inches of Utah's famous dry powder, the skiing at Park City is cleverly color-coded into seven Mountainzones and this is clearly illustrated on the trail map. Each mountainzone features different types of terrain so that skiers of nearly all abilities can benefit from the incredible skiing available.
Learn to fly on the Flying Eagle, a zip line which starts and ends in the same place. Alternatively, try tubing at Gorgoza Park with its seven tubing lanes and let the kids loose on the Mini Snowmobile track or at Fort Frosty play area.
Location & Directions
Park City, Utah
Hotel Park City has a convenient location close to town, which served by a complimentary shuttle bus. It is possible to ski back to the hotel but it is very flat.
When to go
The ski season in the United States is longer than that in Europe. Most resorts open sometime in November, with Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday in that month) being a common opening time, and stay open until mid to late April. The exceptionally high altitude means December through to February can be extremely cold, with temperatures sometimes reaching as low as -12C, although the skiing conditions remain very good. Warmer temperatures in the Spring mean more variable skiing conditions and softer, forgiving snow.