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Lodging Recommendations in Park City?

post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 
Hey all.

The wife and I are heading to Park City for 6 days in mid-January. I can't wait - I've never skied the Park City area before, though I have skied in Southern Utah (Brian Head) a few years ago.

I'm looking for recommendations for nice, yet inexpensive, places to stay. Since we're planning on hitting all 3 Park City resorts, staying slopeside is not really that important. In fact, staying in town (or just outside) might be best for our needs. And we'll be renting a car in SLC, so quick access to a shuttle service/bus won't be necessary. Usually, we enjoy staying at privately/family owned lodges/inns, ideally with a restaurant or bar in-house.

I did a search on Orbitz, and they came back with the following in my price range (under $200 per night):

Prospector Lodge and Conference Center
Carriage House Condominiums
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites PARK CITY
Hampton Inn & Suites Park City
Shadow Ridge Hotel and Conference Center
Park Regency
Lodge At Stillwater
Best Western Landmark Inn
Red Pines Condos
PowderWood Resort
Marriott Park City

Does anyone have any recommnedations regarding these or other lodging options in the area?

Thanks in advance,

post #2 of 9
I recommend the Radisson (http://www.radisson.com/parkcityut). It should be under $200 a night unless you will be there during Sundance (1/20-1/30). A decent breakfast buffet is included. It's in a nice location to ski all 3 resorts and visit Main Street at night (although you have to drive, or take the shuttle, to Main Street). We've stayed there 3 times.
post #3 of 9
Sonja and Byian Allison manage rentals for Red Pine Condos. I stayed there last Jan. with my son for our first trip to PC. Allison, Bryan & Sonja
E-mail Address(es):

They were real nice and helpful. Best deal I could find - they set us up with discount tickets to the Canyons. The Bus stop was steps away. Cabriolet was 200 yards from our condo - cool ride up to and back from the base. Highly recommend.
post #4 of 9
I stayed at the Park City Marriott and it was fantastic! I forget the room rate because my girlfriend used points for it but it had to be under $200 a night.

On a side note, don't forget to go to this link to get a free same day of your arrival lift ticket to any of the Park City resorts: http://www.parkcityinfo.com/skiing/quickstart/
post #5 of 9

ski in ski out as well as off resort proerty lodging, served by the free tansit system
post #6 of 9
If you would like to try a Bed and Breakfast give the people at the Woodside Inn The people who run it are very nice close to everything 435 649 3494
post #7 of 9
i have stayed at Park City Marriott three times, primarily for the points, but rates have been really good $89 to 145. It is not really close to anything other than shuttle stop but for price and with rental car it is good deal. It is typical hotel though, no personalized service. The breakfast buffet is good.
post #8 of 9
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the recommendations, everybody - keep 'em coming!

What has become apparent is that there is a serious lack of small, family-owned inns/lodges in the Park City area. LOTS of condos for rent, as well as chain hotels, but I'm not really interested in those. My idea of the ideal ski lodge would be something like the River Ranch Lodge near Alpine Meadows. About 15 rooms, a restaurant, a bar, a big fireplace, close to the hill - you get the idea.

Anyway, thanks again for all the ideas.

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Look at www.skiutah.com & search for inns/b&bs. There are several, and if they're booked, then they can point you to another. This is a more romantic solution that my wife and I used several years ago. Alas, I forgot exactly where we stayed, but it was about 3 blocks from Main Street.
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