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Park City, Utah: Where to stay?

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My wife and I are interested in renting a place in Park City that is close enough to restaurants/bars and the mountain that we don't have to rent a car. We are trying to keep the cost under $200/night for a condo or hotel room. Any tips would be appreciated.
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I stayed at the Galleria on Main Street a couple of years ago. Everything is right there. Nothing fancy but reasonably priced.
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Ran across this today. Not a recommendation as Ive never stayed there, but rather a heads up.


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PowPig's $99 including lift tickets deal looks pretty good.

When I've been there, Prospector Square was a good, clean hotel/condo. They have rooms with kitchenette for a few dollars more. Oh, and the liquor store is walking distance!

You won't need a car because the free bus stops out front about every 15-20 minutes and will take you downtown to restaurants and to ski areas.
Bus info: http://www.parkcity.org/img/onlinese...p_%20FINAL.pdf
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you dont need a car in Park City. You catch a shuttle from the airport, then once in town, you can ride the free shuttle system all over town as well as to out to the Canyons Resort.
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Look for deals in the Hot Deals section of the Park City Chamber site - www.parkcityinfo.com and as long as you wind up staying at a property on the free City Wide bus system you'll be easily able to access the restaurants, bars and resorts!
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Park Station Condo Hotel/Park City Ski Areas


I just returned from a 6 night stay at the Park Station Condo Hotel on Park Avenue in Park City. I recommend it. A little dated, but it was clean, convenient, great location, and a good bargain. We'd walk 1 block in our ski boots and catch the Town Lift up to PCMR. Can't beat that. And about 1 block from the bottom of Main Street. No need for a car. Oh...and someone comes and cleans your room every morning. Unlike some condo properties.

At the time I booked about 3 weeks ago, they (David Holland Property Management) were running a special - stay 2 nights and get the 3rd for free. So, we only paid for 4 nights of lodging for 6 actual nights. It brought the price of our 1 bedroom condo (full kitchen, living room, fireplace, dining area) down to below $200 per night. Check 'em out at:


BTW...I loved Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) - great terrain, great lift system, great snow/grooming, nice people. Deer Valley was "okay", but I was somewhat underwhelmed by the overall experience (the snow/grooming was better at PCMR). I did not like the Canyons: 1) WAY too many teenage snowboarders ; 2) way too many long, flat ski-outs and traverses; 3) one of the worst lift systems/layouts I have ever encountered; 4) lack of visible staff on the slopes. It was like Killington - easy to get stuck at the wrong side of the resort with no-one to help you out.

BTW...don't expect powder skiing right now (a/o Jan 19). Off-piste skiing is currently pretty nasty - it's like Cascade cement. Not exactly what I was hoping for.

Hope this helps.

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Spoonie: I saw that Travelzoo alert, too! It's a sweet deal. I too stayed at Prospector Square my first time to PC. It was very good. Good restaurant nearby, right on shuttle to PCMR, DV, and canyons...no car needed. at $99/pp/pd...you will be sitting pretty. The lift tix alone are $70+ per day...how can you go wrong? Say hey, Tahoe TR!!
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