Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) and downtown Park City cater to visitors with a taste for the finer things in life. A PCMR luxury ski vacation is available thanks to the city’s wide array plush lodging options, world-class spas for pampering, high-end boutiques, fine-dining restaurants, renowned art galleries, and much more. Park City beckons Hollywood’s stars for the glitz and glamour of Sundance, but luxury is a year-round pursuit in Park City, regardless of what event is happening.
Park City’s neighboring resort, Deer Valley Resort is Ski Country's most luxurious resort. Deer Valley is just a couple minute's ride down the road from Park City, so, be sure to check out the lavish Deer Valley lodging options.
Rated a “top ski hotel” by Conde Nast Traveler, Hotel Park City is the ideal location to use as headquarters for a luxurious getaway to Park City. The award-winning hotel’s location is incredible—just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport—the hotel offers ski in, ski out access to Park City Mountain Resort. Hotel Park City sits directly on the 18-hole Park City Golf Club course and is surrounded by dense, private groves of trees. Oh, and did we mention the spectacular views of the Wasatch Mountains? Every one of the 100 suites at Hotel Park City feature a king-size bed, welcoming fireplace, jetted bathtub and private balcony with views. The resort features fine-dining, a rejuvenating spa, Nordic skiing and a complimentary shuttle to town. Luxury-lovers will also appreciate the fine amenities and exceptional service to be had at Lowell and Black Diamond Lodge, too.
Just a few minutes up the road from Park City sits Deer Valley, the official home of elegance, indulgence, and luxury in Utah. Here, you have your pick of award-winning spas at the Stein Eriksen, Montage and St. Regis.
The Golden Door Spa, located in the Waldorf Astoria Park City at PCMR's Canyons Village, has a reputation across the globe for providing decadent and tranquil spa treatments and massages, both traditional and modern. Like an ancient Japanese honjin inn, the Golden Door is a soothing sanctuary in the Wasatch Mountains.