Waldorf Astoria Park City
Park City, Utah
- 7 nights
- from $3800 per person
The Waldorf Astoria Park City is a sophisticated 5* hotel with ski in/ski out access to Park City, the largest ski area in Utah. Perfect for families and couples looking for luxury, it has fabulous facilities and the legendary Waldorf service.
At a Glance
Luxury hotel with all the Waldorf touches
Ski in/ski out access to Park City - one of North America's best resorts
Spacious suites - ideal for families
Beautiful Spa and wellness facilities
A short ride from the historic main street of Park City
One of the world class ski resorts covered by the Epic Pass
No stay at a Waldorf is complete without sampling a legendary Waldorf salad.Charlotte Smith
Your children will love toasting s'mores round the firepit each evening.Scott Dunn team
I would recommend the bi-level suites for families as they offer a huge amount of space which is always needed when you are traveling long-haul with little onesCharlotte Smith
Park City Mountain Resort and Park City ski areas have recently been connected by the Quicksilver Gondola making it the largest combined ski area in the USScott Dunn team
Non-skiers should head to the spa where there is a full array of treatments available from massages to hair and nail salon. There is even Pilates and kickboxing classes available on site.Scott Dunn team
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Waldorf Astoria Park City
Located right at the base of Park City Mountain Resort, it is the newest member of the Waldorf Astoria collection. The hotel is ideal for families and couples looking to stay in a beautiful luxurious hotel with plentiful amenities and impeccable service. Being ski in/ski out with its own private gondola, guests can access over 4000 acres of ski terrain right from the front door - the fourth largest ski area in the States. One of the best hotels in Park City Mountain Resort, the Waldorf Astoria is modern and truly sumptuous. The large open lobby is dominated by a specially imported Italian fireplace and its antique lamps and dark wood furnishings make it very atmospheric and welcoming. You can't fail to be impressed when you first arrive.
Powder Restaurant serves delicious and simple seasonal food, and is also a convivial place for après ski drinks. Private dining can be arranged, with menus to suit everyone, and every evening, guests can enjoy complimentary s’mores around the firepit. The staff are keen to make your stay as memorable as possible, and as such, are attentive and helpful. It's the little touches that are important, and the hotel can arrange for a grocery shop to be ready in suites for your arrival. The Spa is incredibly luxurious, with its own gym and pool, offering a wide range of treatments and therapies.
Relatively unheard of internationally, and part of the Park City ski area, Park City Mountain Resort is Utah’s best kept secret, with over 10m of snowfall annually. It is the state's largest single ski and snowboard resort and has seen a huge amount of investment over recent years, with luxury hotels and express lifts, including the Orange Bubble Express (the country's only heated chairlift). Formerly an old mining region, the area hosted the 2002 winter Olympics. The Olympic museum is a just few minutes’ drive from Park City Mountain Resort and definitely worth a visit. The skiing is excellent for intermediate to advanced skiers and boarders with an impressive amount of accessible off-piste terrain and usually a lot of powder between the trees. Although many of the runs are steep, they are also very wide which makes it an ideal place for children to learn to ski. This is also helped by the very professional ski school and a great beginners area. The village, at the base of Park City Mountain, is small but it has a good selection of accommodation as well as some excellent choices of restaurants and bars - the most prestigious being the Farm. If you're staying for longer or want to explore a bit more, then the historic Main Street at Park City is only 15-minutes away by car, where you'll find a huge number of restaurants and bars as well as lots of art galleries. The resort itself however, has more than enough to explore and has an extensive events calendar throughout the winter season.
All the 175 rooms and suites are elegantly furnished with custom designed furniture and carpeting, and each feature a working fireplace. Some face the mountains and most overlook the pool, although you can still see the mountains from these. The split level Two Bedroom Suites can interconnect to other rooms, making these ideal for larger families and groups.
|King Standard Guest Room||
These spacious rooms feature a king or two queen size beds (on request), with a gas fireplace. They all have the "Distinctly Waldorf" bed and bedding, deluxe bath, a flat-screen 42-inch HDTV and WiFi.
|One Bedroom Suite||
The One Bedroom Suites can sleep families of four and offer a master king bedroom plus a full or queen size luxury sofa bed with 740 sq. ft. of space including full kitchen, dining area and living space. They have two gas fireplaces and clothes washing and drying facilities.
|Two Bedroom Suite||
Two bedroom Suites can sleep families of between six and eight, and feature a king master bedroom and second bedroom with one king or two queens plus a luxury sofa bed. These suites are 1,230 sq. ft. and include a full kitchen, dining area, and living space. Some also include an oversized whirlpool or bi-level master bedroom upstairs.
|Three Bedroom Suite||
Three bedroom Suite can sleep families of ten and offers a spacious layout with 1,600 sq. ft., one king and one queen bedroom and third bedroom with two queens, balcony views, and five gas fireplaces in addition to a dining area and living space.
|King Junior Suite||
This suite offers a spacious layout with 350 sq. ft. of space including sitting area with gas fireplace. Features balcony views and kitchenette with a hob, a microwave, compact refrigerator and dishwasher. Stretch out on a king size bed or double sofa bed. In-room entertainment includes flat-screen 42-inch HDTV, WiFi and HDTV in the bathroom.
The Waldorf Astoria actively welcomes families, with its wonderful swimming pool, convenient rooming options and child-friendly menus. There is no kids club as such but the nearby ski school is used by most little guests or there is a children's club in the neighboring Grand Summit hotel.
Dining at the Waldorf Astoria Park City takes place in Powder restaurant, where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily. The menu is described as being 'modern mountain' with delicacies such as fish from Utah's fresh water lakes and Wagyu beef. Of course, no stay at the Waldorf would be complete without a Waldorf salad.
If the weather is nice enough you can eat outside on the terrace overlooking the pool area and the mountains in the background - an idyllic setting for a steak!
Breakfast can be a selection of continental dishes or larger American courses if you would prefer but they definitely all have French influences. The dishes are generally all very healthy though so hopefully will keep you going for a long day on the mountain.
There is a full 16,000 sqft spa which includes 15 treatments rooms featuring signature treatments as well as a hair and nail salon for those wanting a real pampering after a day on the slopes or the non-skiers. There are even a great selection of treatments for men too. If skiing is not enough for some guests then there is a full schedule of activities including pilates and kickboxing.
This restaurant is led by chef Ryker Brown and has outdoor seating, private dining areas and a lounge all with sweeping views of the surrounding Wasatch Mountain range.
Serves breakfast 7-11am, lunch 11am-3pm, dinner 5pm-9pm and a lounge and après ski menu 3pm-11pm.
16,000sqft spa with 15 treatment rooms offering signature treatments as well as a full service hair and nail salon.
As Utah's largest single ski and snowboard resort, Park City has over 4,000 acres of skiable terrain, accessed by 19 lifts, 183 trails and three terrain parks. Voted as one of the top 10 ski resorts in North America, the season starts late November and extends through until mid-April with over 355" of snowfall.
A great range of activities are available in Park City Mountain Resort aside from skiing, including snowshoeing, horse drawn sleigh rides, zip lining and snow tubing.
Location & Directions
Park City, Utah
The Waldorf Astoria is located just 35- minutes from Salt Lake International Airport via the interstate highway and 10-minutes from Main Street Park City.
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.