Park City Hotels

One of the many benefits of skiing in Utah is the excellent values that can be found on Park City lodging. The large selection of Park City hotels makes it easy to accommodate a variety of preferences. Students on Spring Break will be able to find budget Park City accommodations, while those seeking a romantic ski vacations can choose form a variety of Park City luxury lodging experiences. Additionally, there are plenty of Park City lodging locations that are quite suitable for families. Let’s take a look at some of the various Park City lodging options.

Historic Park City Hotel

As the name implies, the Washington School Inn is housed in a schoolhouse that was built in 1889. Even modernization has not destroyed the charm of this quaint Park City accommodation. The facilities at the Washington School Inn include a Jacuzzi and lounge area, a sauna, and a bicycle storage area and ski lockers with convenient outside access. High Speed Internet access allows you to email your friends about your exciting Park City experiences.

Budget Park City Accommodations

Although it’s part of a chain, Best Western always manages to create hotels that blend well with the area’s ambience. The Best Western Landmark Inn stays true to this concept. Amenities at this Park City hotel include:

  • Indoor Pool with extra-large hot-tub
  • JB’s Family Restaurant in hotel
  • Room Service
  • Deluxe Continental Breakfast
  • 24-hour “Bear Necessities” Convenience Store on-site
  • 24-hour Complimentary Hot Beverage Bar
  • Guest laundry room on-site
  • Spacious, elegant lobby with fireplace
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car on-site Cable TV with HBO
  • Pay-per-view movies & Nintendo
  • High Speed Internet available upon request
  • Video Game Arcade
  • Exercise Equipment
  • Meeting Rooms & Banquet facilities
  • Outdoor barbecues
  • Creative catering services to fit budgets, appetites, and theme parties
  • Sun deck with volleyball, badminton, croquet, horseshoe pit, and basketball
  • Ping pong and pool table in our indoor pool area
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Discount tickets available at front desk for area activities
  • Ski lift tickets sold at front desk
  • Business center services available at the front desk
  • Daily maid service
  • Complimentary City shuttle through-out Park City 8a.m. - 11 p.m.
  • Parking for physically challenged guests available
  • Easy Interstate I-80 access

Park City Luxury Lodging

Given its proximity to the classy and elegant Deer Valley Resort, Park City luxury lodging is not difficult to find. However, there is Park City luxury lodging, and there is the Stein Eriksen Lodge. Who is Stein Eriksen, and why is he so important? Born in Norway on December 11th, 1927, Stein Eriksen is a former Olympic gold medalist slalom skier. When he moved to America, he became the director of the Deer Valley Ski School. Because of his good looks, charm and charisma, many people consider Eriksen to be the skiing industry’s first “superstar.” Although it is not owned by him, The Stein Eriksen Lodge is named in his honor. This luxury Park City lodging venue presents its guests with the same charm and elegance displayed by its namesake. Amenities include:

  • Cable TV for movies and video games
  • DVD/VCR Entertainment center
  • Alarm clock/radio/cd player
  • High-speed and wireless Internet accessMulti-line telephone with voice mail Separate jetted tub and shower
  • Molton Brown of London bath amenities
  • Lighted make-up mirror Hair dryer
  • Plush comforters
  • Down pillows
  • Signature terry robes and slippers High quality linens Expansive desk
  • In-room safe
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Refrigerator
  • Tea/coffee maker
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