The Best Hotels for Every Traveler in Park City, Utah
The luxurious Stein Eriksen Lodge sits at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains in Park City, Utah | Courtesy of Stein Eriksen Lodge / Expedia
Strap in – it’s time to hit the slopes of Park City, Utah. You’ll find accommodation to suit all tastes, including European-style timbered chalets, want-for-nothing resorts and business-chic hotels. What they all have in common are top-class amenities: masseurs that work out après-ski knots and hot tubs with stellar views of the Rockies. Here are the best places to stay in Park City.
The Chateaux Deer Valley
Resort, Spa Hotel, Apartment, Luxury
4.6/5 (1143 Reviews)
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Chamonix comes to Utah at these chalet-style digs within walking distance of the Deer Valley ski lifts. Après-ski activities are more plush than party – sit by the fire pit with a hot chocolate, chill in the heated pool, or soothe sore muscles in the hot tub. Le Spa Chateaux offers Mountain Heeling hot stone massages for legs and feet – post-treatment, head up to the Cena Restaurant for pizzas and polenta.
Hyatt Centric Park City
Resort, Apartment, Luxury
4.5/5 (453 Reviews)
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Peeping between Wasatch mountain peaks, this Hyatt outpost combines hotel-style swank with the dark walls and plush furnishings of the chalet. Choose from guest rooms or one- to four-bedroom residences; even guest rooms have a fireplace, and residences come with a full-size living room, a dining and a kitchen area with a washer/dryer. On-site restaurant Escala provides locally sourced comfort food, and The Market supplies grab-and-go snacks for your day on the slopes.
Silver King Hotel by All Seasons Resort Lodging
Chain Hotel, Apartment
4.2/5 (1246 Reviews)
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This collection of condominiums occupies a plum spot in the center of town, next to the Park City Golf Course and multiple snow-sports stores. Condos range from studios to three-bed deluxe suites – all have mountain views and access to the building’s shared pool, hot tub and fitness center. As they’re individually owned, each unit has a distinct style, ranging from chalet-cozy to contemporary cool, and many have fireplaces and in-room Jacuzzis.
Lift Lodge Condo
4.9/5 (17 Reviews)
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Ideal for an extended family stay, these condos put you at the heart of the action, moments from several ski lifts. Suites have a smart, businesslike feel and come with a microwave, coffee maker, refrigerator and stove. Larger units have a dishwasher and wood-burning fireplace. A daily resort fee – charged on arrival – brings access to the hot tub, sauna and pool as well as resort activities such as movie nights and wine-and-cheese parties.
Canyons Village Condos by All Seasons Resort Lodging
Chain Hotel, Apartment
3.9/5 (85 Reviews)
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At the base of several ski lifts heading up Murdock Peak, this collection of condos offers options for groups of different sizes. Red Pine Condominiums has a sleepy, laid-back feel with fireplaces and hot tubs; Sundial Lodge, on the other hand, has more of an après-ski resort vibe, with multiple pools and a ski lounge. You’re also close to multiple Park City restaurants, shops and entertainment venues.
Marriott's Summit Watch
Resort, Chain Hotel, Apartment
4.3/5 (535 Reviews)
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Combining mountain views with access to buzzy cafes and restaurants, this ski-in, ski-out hotel makes Park City vacationing simple. Modern guest rooms come with marble bathrooms, coffee makers and microwaves. If you’re part of a family group, upgrade to a villa for a living room with a fireplace, a dining area for six and a fully equipped kitchen. As you’d expect from Marriott, there are also a well-appointed fitness room and indoor and outdoor pools.
Park City Peaks Hotel
Boutique Hotel, Hotel
4.5/5 (493 Reviews)
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With black leather recliners, dark-wood walls and blocky FM radios, this hotel is the epitome of sleek mid-century design. Sparkling dual-vanity bathrooms with Malin & Goetz toiletries complete the image. The amenities are pretty swish, too: on-site ski and snowboard rental, a heated pool with a sauna and steam room, a cutting-edge gym and healthy breakfast muffins. Have a low-key après-ski at Versante, serving wood-fired pizzas, local craft beers and seasonally themed cocktails. The Park City Golf course is just outside.
The St Regis Deer Valley
Resort, Spa Hotel, Hotel, Luxury
4.4/5 (148 Reviews)
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Surrounded by the fir-covered slopes of Deer Valley, St Regis is a rare beast: a five-star ski-in, ski-out hotel. All guest rooms offer stellar views of the Wasatch Range and have a home-from-home feel, with stone fireplaces, plush leather furnishings and arboreal artwork. Afternoons are best spent in the heated outdoor pool surrounded by mountains; for dinner, tuck into a sustainable prime steak at RIME. The highlight, however, are private ski lessons with double Olympic medalist Shannon Bahrke.
Hotel Park City, Autograph Collection
Resort, Spa Hotel, Hotel, Luxury
4.7/5 (355 Reviews)
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Looking like an oversized chalet at the edge of Park City Golf Course, this 100-suite lodge from Marriott is just minutes from Park City’s major slopes. Oaky, leather-filled rooms come with mountain or golf views, balconies and fully equipped kitchens as standard. The premium cottage suite features an outdoor whirlpool tub for six that’s well worth the outlay – alternatively, get your wellness fix at the 10,000sqft (929sqm) spa. Dining options include local restaurant delivery and casual grill and steak houses.
Stein Eriksen Lodge
Spa Hotel, Hotel, Apartment, Luxury
4.7/5 (409 Reviews)
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This modern ski lodge sits at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains and covers all your needs. Forgot your equipment? Buy or rent gear from Stein Eriksen Sport. Strained a muscle or chipped a nail on the slopes? Choose from more than a dozen massage therapies and manicures at the five-star spa. Luxurious rooms have a contemporary chalet feel, and dining options range from traditional Norwegian cuisine to American classics, accompanied by wines from the 18,000-bottle cellar.
Sheraton Park City
Chain Hotel, Hotel
4.2/5 (662 Reviews)
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This member of the Marriott group shines with an urban-chic design among the restaurants and snowsports stores of central Park City. Rooms are pared-back in appearance but cover all bases with double vanities, THANN aromatherapy products and pillowtop mattresses. Presidential suites also come with a whirlpool tub and balcony. Indulge in treatments including body scrubs and facials at the Massage Express spa, before enjoying mountain views with a whiskey on the rocks at Timbers Bar & Patio.
These recommendations were updated on December 7, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.