The Best Resorts to Book in Park City, Utah

Snow almost comes as standard at these top resorts in Park City
Snow almost comes as standard at these top resorts in Park City | Courtesy of Westgate Park City Resort & Spa / Expedia
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17 December 2021

Here’s a little stat that might pique the interest of nature lovers – 85% of Utah residents live within (15mi) 24km of the Wasatch Mountains. Given its landscape, it’s small wonder that the state is known as one of the best ski destinations in America. And no place is more popular than Park City – a former mining town that is now well-stocked with world-class, snow-covered lodgings. Here are some of the best luxury resorts in Park City, bookable on Culture Trip.

Westgate Park City Resort & Spa, for a cozy evening by the fire

A double bed beneath a ceiling fan in a Westgate Park City Resort & Spa room
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With top-rated slopes, a renowned serenity spa and superior service, it’s not hard to see why this resort in Park City at the base of Canyons Village has scooped up just about every award going. There are 300 villas from which to choose, and most are equipped with fireplaces, making them an especially inviting place to warm up after a day on your skis. If that’s not enough, you can ease the inevitable bumps and bruises in the indoor and outdoor pools.

Sundial Lodge by All Seasons Resort Lodging, for awesome amenities

A double bed and a sofa with mountain views in a Sundial Lodge Park City room
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Overlooking the many shops and restaurants of Canyons Village, Sundial Lodge is perfectly located for a luxury ski-in/ski-out getaway. The amenities here are off the chart – an outdoor heated pool, a large fitness center, a ski lounge, fully equipped kitchens, fireplaces and private balconies in the rooms. A good place to start is the third-floor terrace – which has a plunge pool, a hot tub and the coziest of fire pits. It’s almost enough for you to forget about the slopes – although with those mountain views, that seems unlikely.

Newpark Resort, for an ecofriendly stay

A living area in a Newpark Resort suite, with a sofa, armchair, TV and fireplace
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Newpark offers a glimpse of what all ski resorts will look like in the future. Located on the edge of the Swaner Nature Preserve, just a ten-minute drive from Park City, it’s the centerpiece of the state’s first LEED-certified resort community, meaning that it has been duly recognized for its outstanding green credentials. In addition to being a top ski resort in the winter, Newpark is ideal for a summer holiday – offering easy access to more than 373mi (600km) of hiking trails and bountiful fishing spots.

Shadow Ridge by All Seasons Resort Lodging, for a budget-friendly getaway

A living area in a Shadow Ridge by All Seasons Resort Lodging suite, with a corner sofa, dining table and fireplace
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Ski holidays do not have to cost an arm and a leg. Shadow Ridge offers moderately priced luxury accommodations that are ideal for couples, groups of friends or families. Condos here feature full kitchens, fireplaces and dining areas – while you could also head out to the common areas and make good use of the outdoor heated pool, indoor spa tub and sauna, and ski rental shop.

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