Winter Vacation in Park City, UT - Choosing the Right Place to Stay

Who would ever consider traveling to Utah? Specifically winter sports fans would! Park City ranks high when it comes to snowboarding and skiing facilities. Winters bring large amounts of snow, which makes this place attractive for those wanting to hit the slopes. Park City Mountain is the U.S.’s largest ski and snowboard resort; this is also a one-of-a-kind historic mining town with great places to dine and wine and particularly stay and unwind after an active day in the snow.

Image via  Flickr  by Larry and Linda

Image via Flickr by Larry and Linda


Park Regency Resort

When staying at the Park Regency Resort, expect condos with full-equipped kitchens, coffee and tea makers, and dishwashers. Here you can get comfortable after having hit the slopes. Further amenities include fireplaces, an indoor pool and hot tub, and workout equipment. Ski storage is available, so is complimentary Wi-Fi. If you want to explore downtown, take advantage of the hotel shuttle; you find shopping facilities, as well as restaurants nearby. Prices start at $150 on-season.

Montage Deer Valley

Montage Deer Valley is for those seeking a luxury winter getaway. The resort is overlooking Park City featuring different room types, each of which comes with a classic, superior interior design; high-quality bedding; and marble bathrooms, fireplaces, and private balcony or patio. The higher the floor, the higher the price; off-season rates start at around $350. You’ll also find a bowling alley, five restaurants, and a pub. The popular Main Street is only minutes away. Recover after an active day with one of the many spa options to choose from or go for a dip in the pool. 

Peaks Hotel Park City

With room rates starting at around $130 per night, you can expect a range of perks. Rooms at the Peaks Hotel Park City have warm colors and luxury bedding; they come with tea and coffee makers, views on Wasatch Mountain, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Additionally, a ski-rental agency comes right to your door for fitting purposes. If you bring you four-legged friend, it’ll receive a water bowl, treat, and its own bed. The hotel also offers complimentary breakfast, and a large pool and hot tub area to re-fuel and rejuvenate.

Powder Wood

This is a place where you can feel fully at home, equipped with kitchen, washer, dryer, fireplace, and living area, along with an ironing board and private balcony. At Powder Wood, you can choose from deluxe or standard rate condos, starting at around $160. Make yourself comfortable after playing in the snow by using the hot tub, or head straight out again and explore Park City’s historic downtown and Deer Valley. The resort also offers a complimentary maid service.

Stein Eriksen Lodge

This will make your winter holidays unforgettable: Stein Eriksen Lodge. This five-star Norwegian-inspired hotel has everything your heart could possibly want, such as a luxurious and relaxing atmosphere including heated pool, hot tub, a roughly 20,000 square feet large spa area, child care, sauna, games room, and complimentary breakfast, just to mention a few. Rates during the ski season start around $350. Rooms come with a jetted bathtub, robes, coffee maker, and fridge. A free hotel shuttle brings you to the lively Main Street.

This piece was written in collaboration with Hipmunk, in the course of the Hipmunk Boutique Hotels Campaign to bring you selected hotels for any budget, all around the U.S.