[quote=KGC123;924670]About the whole "didn't like the accommodations" at Alta comment had a bit to do with being a bit isolated vs the stuff in Park City. While my fiancé is a great sport and is as gung-ho as I am about the skiing honeymoon, I'm sure she would prefer to be in a small town. Either way I'll check out the Cliff Lodge at Snowbird.
KGC- She'll be happier at Park City, IMHO. You can make an easy day trip to Alta, Snowbird, Sundance or Snowbasin with great sceanery the whole way. Don't mess with the Honeymoon. I used to call the Cliff Lodge Camp Pendelton because of all the gnarly dudes there- It's a swell place to take a date, do the spa and dinner at the Aerie, but that's about all there is except skiing. Park City is pretty magical in winter (hell, anytime) and the Marriot is great. January is great. The Mantra's are all you'll need- great groomer ski for a fattie and very good in powder. Can get tossed in wet crud but there won't be any of that. Congratulations.
Maui; So, now that you're a local, we can tell you where the Windy Ridge restaurant is..
Diversue1: There's lots of stuff to ski in your level. DV of course, Alta is good with the Albion and Sunnyside chairs, Snowbasin has lots of terrain, and Sundance, in addition to being perhaps the most beautiful of Utah's resorts, is about half beginner/intermediate. It's certainly worth a day trip. Park City's winter website has a feature where you type in your level and preferences and they show you an entire day's skiing, within your ability, ranging over the whole resort. The trails are really wide everywhere in Utah except at The Canyons. Mr. Otten and his Vermonters cut them narrow for some reason.