What's New in Park City?
Take a look at this sampling of new dining offerings, adventure activities, meeting property updates and entertainment options.
Check out the variety of updates from Canyons Resort this year. New dining venues abound: The Farm featuring seasonal, local cuisine sourced from growers and artisans located within 200 miles of Park City; southwestern Red Tail Grill; Bistro at Canyons, a first of its kind American kosher restaurant and Slopes by Talisker at Waldorf Astoria Park City focusing on the Golden Door Spa's "living well" mantra. Adventure has been elevated to a whole new level at Canyons Resort with the new Ziptour Adventure. This unique tour features two thrilling zip-lines that stretching across breathtaking scenic canyon views.
Historic hotel gets a whole new look. Washington School House, a historic landmark built in 1889 in the heart of downtown Park City is open after an 8 month renovation. Perfect for a small board retreat, this 12 guest room luxury boutique hotel is in a perfect location for your VIP's to experience the popular Historic Park City District. Check out this great option for your smaller groups at www.washingtonschoolhouse.com
All Seasons Resort Lodging has developed a "one stop" shopping service for three popular conference properties located at the base of the Park City Mountain Resort. The three conference properties include The Lodge at the Mountain Village, Silver King Hotel, and Shadow Ridge Resort Hotel & Conference Center. Visit www.allseasonsresortlodging.com for more information.
The Lodges at Deer Valley has some notable upgrades to meeting rooms, guest room and common areas. Meeting rooms have been upgraded with new paint, carpet and furnishing and new bedding furnishings can be found in the guest rooms.
Other developments in the Deer Valley Resort area; The Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge was rated the #1 resort spa in the continental U.S. by readers of Conde Nast Traveler in 2011. Check out the possibilities at Stein Eriksen Lodge.
Dining and Entertainment just keep getting better.
Wine Spectator's 2011 Restaurant Awards honor nine Park City dining establishments for their distinguished wine programs, 3 of which earned the Best of Award of Excellence and 6 that earned the Award of Excellence.
Jupiter Bowl - Have a look at this ultra-chic bowling lounge, bar and restaurant. Ski Magazine named Jupiter Bowl best all-ages après-ski destination. Jupiter Bowl offers great night life, daily specials, luxury bowling, full-service bar, dining and well-appointed private party rooms. Group accommodations for up to 600 people are available.