Stein Eriksen Lodge
Deer Valley, Utah
based on 7 nights
per person for 7 nights based on 2 adults sharing a Deluxe King Room on a bed & breakfast basis, including return airport transfers.
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At a Glance
One of the most prestigious hotels in Deer Valley
Previously voted World's Best Ski Hotel at the World Ski Awards
The Lodge is renowned for having spectacular service
The 23,000 sqft spa offers a full range of treatments
Uncrowded slopes maintained by limiting numbers
Ski in/ski out access to some of Utah's best skiing
The 23,000 sqft spa offers a full range of treatments
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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.
Stein Eriksen Lodge, Deer Valley, is one of Utah's most luxurious and intimate hotels. With ski in/ski out access to one of North America's exclusive resorts, and beautiful mountain views, it offers unfaltering hospitality and high standards of cuisine.
Named after Norwegian Olympic Gold Medal skier Stein Eriksen (some of his medals adorn the lobby), the lodge is nestled mid-mountain at Deer Valley Resort and has a distinctive European style. The hotel has a real home from home feel, and the unfaltering and personable service guests receive here has seen it dubbed the best place to stay in Deer Valley. Indeed, it's a firm favorite amongst locals and prides itself on many guests returning again and again. Forbes rate it as a Five-Star, AAA Five-Diamond hotel - the only one in Utah. The ski concierges will help you with all your equipment, and at the end of the day, you'll find hot chocolate in the boot room.
Its position on the slopes mean you can ski right from the ski room, and together with its luxurious rooms and delicious cuisine, it's hard to beat. There's an excellent range of dining options, from gourmet to simple in-suite meals, with the Gliterand Restaurant serving outstanding food. Breakfasts here are a proper affair, with everything imaginable laid out. The Lodge has a large and luxurious Spa offering the ultimate in relaxing treatments. You'll find a sauna, steam room, hot and cold plunge and a shared private relaxation suite with a fireplace. Stein Eriksen Lodge is ideal for families as well as couples, with a range of room types and suites, some of which have their own hot tubs on a private terrace. The terraces outside are a lovely place to sit at the end of the day, watching the sun set over the mountains.
With an annual average of 7.5 meters of snow, Deer Valley is one of North America’s best ski areas, covering six mountains. The resort has dedicated itself to guest services, limiting the amount of people on the slopes, and only allowing skiers. You’ll find uniformed ski valets, groomed-to-perfection slopes, great restaurants, all within close proximity to Salt Lake City. Located in Park City in Utah's Rocky Mountain Wasatch Range, it has a 3000 foot vertical drop and over 2000 acres of skiable terrain. The resorts of Canyons and Park City are just minutes away and accessible by shuttle. There are ski trails for all abilities but beginners to intermediates will feel at home at Deer valley with immaculately groomed pistes amongst the trees. Expert skiers can head for the mogul runs used for the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games.
The vibrant center of Park City is just 10-15 minutes away, with over 120 restaurants and bars. The popular Main street also has plenty of shops and galleries, and an old Egyptian theater which always has a show.
Stein Eriksen Lodge has a range of different room types from deluxe bedrooms to four bedroom suites, all of which are decorated in an Alpine feel, with cosy fireplaces. Some of the suites have jetted baths, separate showers and hot tubs on the terrace.
Each room is spacious and has its own unique décor. They feature either one king size bed or two queen size beds, window seats, balconies or decks and some have a fireplace. They can sleep two to four people.
These rooms vary in size and each one is unique in design and layout. Features include one king size or two queen size beds, and oversized jetted bathtub, fireplace and can sleep between two and four people.
|Luxury Suites - One to Five Bedrooms||
These exceptionally spacious and luxurious suites range from one bedroom to five. Each suite has its own unique décor, architecture and arrangement and ranges from 1,200 square feet to 4,900 square feet. Features include a fully equipped kitchen, large living area with fireplace, dining area, hot tub and a private deck.
The Grand Suites are each beautifully appointed and have their own distinct style. Grand suites offer guests the best access to the concierge, restaurants, ski locker room and shops. Varying in size from 800 square feet to 3,000 square feet, they can accommodate up to 14 people and include spacious living rooms with a fireplace, a fireplace in the master bedroom, a full-size kitchen, dining area and private deck.
Families choosing to stay at Stein Eriksen Lodge will be able to create a real home-from-home atmosphere thanks to the residential-style suites with full kitchens, spacious living rooms and private decks with hot tubs. Whilst there are no specific facilities for children, everyone at Stein Eriksen does their very best to welcome families and ensure they have a wonderful experience.
There are a whole host of services which have been cleverly thought of to enhance the Stein Eriksen experience. From the ski in/ski out locker room with ski valets, the on-site ski rental shop - Stein Eriksen Sport - to the shuttle service to Park City, the emphasis is very much on providing a world-class service to guests.
Complimentary guest shuttle to Park City's Main Street
On-site Deer Valley Resort skier services
Valet service and secure parking in a heated underground garage
Guests can choose to dine at the hotel or sample the abundance of restaurants at Deer Valley Resort and on Historic Main Street, in Park City. The 23,000 sqft spa offers a full range of treatments with 16 treatment rooms and relaxation rooms with saunas, steam rooms and plunge pools.
Full-service ski locker room and ski valets
Utah's only Forbes Five Star Spa
Complimentary property-wide wireless internet
Outdoor heated pool and hot tub
Fitness facility and Wellness Studio
Forbes Four Star Glitretind Restaurant and Troll Hallen Lounge
With over 7.5m of snowfall each year, the resort of Deer Valley has terrain suitable for all abilities, with fluffy powder, immaculately groomed runs, challenging steeps and moguls. The resort prides itself on keeping the slopes uncrowded for the ultimate enjoyment of its skiing guests by limiting the number of lift tickets issued each day and is a skiers only resort. Snowboarders need to head for Park City or Canyons instead.
In addition to skiing, there are plenty of other activities to get stuck into during a stay in Deer Valley, including snowmobiling, snow tubing, hot air balloon rides, Nordic skiing and snow shoeing.
Grace Holton (Staff)
This Norwegian style hotel has a warm and cosy feel and is reaped in character and history as the hotel is named after the Olympic skier whose medals are displayed in the hotel.This ski in/out hotel is home to the only 5* spa in Utah! There are 58 different room types so there really is something to suit everyone, and it works well for families. The suites with fireplaces are my favorite, and all the suites have hot tubs on the balconys. Rooms are very large and spacious, with all the facilities on site that you need, from a ski hire shop, a great outdoor pool and a brand-new coffee shop called First tracks so you dont have to waste any time getting on the slopes!
Charlotte Austin (Staff)
This is perfect for guests used to skiing in the Alps, as it is so European and has a great Alpine feel to it - an ideal introduction to your first American ski vacation! The staff here are very welcoming and nothing is too much trouble for them. There's always water in the lobby waiting for you and great hot chocolate and cookies too. The breakfasts are the perfect start to the day and with such amazing views of the slopes and chairlifts from breakfast you can time your first run really well.