Headed to Utah the last week of February for 4 1/2 days of dad's-only, budget-minded skiing.
I've run some searches and found some good advice on varying Sandy hotels and motels, etc., but the gist of my question is, what would you recommend for some sort of suite, since we're three guys hoping to divide up the cost of accommodations. I assume the traditional configuration to a room would be maybe a set of queen beds. Do some of the accommodations in Sandy (or Midvale) have some sort of suite configuration in which there's a sofabed in the second room (sitting room, or whatever they call it)? Or even two-bedroom accommodations? The pull-out sofa for the third guy is fine, regardless, but it'd be nice to have the sofabed in a room other than the room with the two beds, if for only some elbow room.
The next part of my research is figuring out if it's cost-effective to stay up in LCC in one of the more rustic (read: less expensive) lodges, which as a cost-offset would presumably eliminate the need to rent a car (would an airport shuttle negate that savings somewhat?) and the need to buy dinner every day,