Luxury is more than spending a lot of money on an item; it’s about ease, comfort, being in a desirable location, receiving top-notch personalized service, spaces with unique character and distinctions, top-notch amenities, and a curated experience that is full of seamless planning so you and your loved ones can make the most out of every moment you are in Park City and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Park City offers year-round excitement on and off the slopes—with two world-class mountain resorts less than 35 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport and a cultural calendar that includes the Sundance Film Festival, sporting events, and Award-winning performers.
If you are looking for a 5-star experience while visiting Park City, we’ve highlighted a number of options that will help guide you toward a luxurious vacation that is worth the investment.
WHERE TO STAY
Nestled amid the alpine serenity of Deer Valley and identified worldwide as a preeminent luxury ski hotel, the Stein Eriksen is an authentic year-round European lodge offering an elegant blend of contemporary sophistication and nostalgic grace. Inspired by the Olympic legend and his Norwegian heritage, this traditional ski lodge was the first luxury property in Park City. Adorned with oversized leather chairs, crackling fireplaces, and a welcoming ambiance, the Stein provides guests with the ultimate in service, comfort, and location. Being Utah’s longest-running Forbes Five-Star hotel and spa, guests experience the best mid-mountain access, award-winning dining, indulgent spa treatments, and entertaining après, making Stein Eriksen Lodge a premier year-round resort. Here, you are sure to experience only the finest.
Montage Deer Valley
An authentic yet elegant mountain getaway, Montage Deer Valley provides unrivaled ski-in / ski-out access to one of America’s premier ski resorts. Set to a backdrop of majestic mountain vistas, the Montage’s accommodations provide a warm respite in which to unwind. Located just five minutes from Main Street, the retreat is home to a 35,000-square-foot spa sanctuary, inspired dining, and year-round activities
Goldener Hirsch, Auberge Resorts Collection
The Goldener Hirsch seamlessly blends a charming Bavarian-inspired inn with sleek modern residences designed by award-winning architect Tom Kundig. Nestled at the foot of Deer Valley’s Silver Lake Express lift, the freshly renovated family-owned property has been an iconic fixture in Silver Lake Village for more than 30 years. The inn’s beloved old-world architecture and know-you-by-your-name hospitality are complemented by one to three-bedroom alpine chic residences.
The St. Regis Deer Valley
Experience unmatched luxury at The St. Regis Deer Valley. Adorned with distinctive furnishings and tasteful décor the resort mimics the beauty of its location amidst the picturesque Wasatch Mountains. During the winter season, they offer convenient ski-in/ski-out access with a private ski valet. Indulge year-round with a signature treatment or massage at Remède Spa, the resort's exclusive day spa. Make a reservation for an exquisite meal at any of their three onsite dining establishments serving delectable American fare and handcrafted cocktails. Unwind in thoughtfully appointed hotel rooms and suites with plush bedding, immaculate marble bathrooms, and private terraces overlooking the slopes.
The Waldorf Astoria
Nestled among the peaks of the Wasatch Mountains, you’ll find the luxury hotel the Waldorf Astoria, with slope-side access to Park City Mountain, the largest ski resort in the United States. Ride the Frostwood Gondola, steps from their door, to a full day of mountain thrills before warming up by the fireplace in your cozy quarters. Choose from rooms, spacious suites, and bi-level residences. Rooms and suites offer stunning pool and mountain views, working gas fireplaces, and premium amenities to make your Park City stay comfortable.
Introducing Pendry Park City, a contemporary mountain enclave bringing the mastery of Utah’s awe-inspiring landscape to all new heights. A ski in/ski out hotel nestled in the center of Canyons Village, Pendry Park City is a slopeside retreat where modernist design inspires every angle, luxury service is welcoming at every turn and every amenity is thoughtfully executed to ensure an exceptional experience with every visit. An unparalleled offering of upscale, casual, and après ski options make it easy to enjoy The Pendry’s finest food & drink – including the area’s only rooftop lounge.
Washington School House Hotel
The Washington School House Hotel is an award-winning, exclusive boutique hotel with only twelve spectacular rooms/suites that are masterfully-crafted in over the top mountain-chic. Built as a school in 1889 and named for George Washington, the Washington School House has created a new level of luxury with its historic living space that includes a roaring fire, chic ski lounge, and heated pool terraced into the hillside. They provide unprecedented service for an unequaled experience. The Washington School House is an incredible juxtaposition of modern luxury coupled with carefully curated fine art, antiques, and custom furniture, setting a new standard in boutique hotel design.
The Lodge at Blue Sky, Auberge Resorts Collection
The Lodge at Blue Sky blends modern luxury and rustic aesthetics for an exceptional Western escape. Blue Sky was designed with deep reverence for nature’s beauty and sits on a unique setting of 3,500 acres of lush and untamed landscape. You can choose from three unique accommodation styles and locations: Sky Lodge, Earth Suites, or Creek Houses. Each celebrates the unique elements of the natural environment on which they are situated and are located within a 3-minute walk from the main amenities of the resort. Partake in year-round, expertly guided adventures, including horseback riding, outdoor yoga, heliskiing, fly fishing, hiking, mountain biking, clay target shooting and alfresco art classes. Wind down with a restorative treatment in the 7,400-square-foot Edge Spa or take a relaxing dip in the infinity pool overlooking the mountains.
WHERE TO EAT?
The Mariposa in Silver Lake Lodge is Deer Valley’s premier tasting room dining experience. Six- and eight-course tasting menus are offered, along with full vegetarian menus, highlighting decadent ingredients and the highest-quality seasonal and local products available.
Cast and Cut
The newest addition to Deer Valley’s dining scene is Cast and Cut, with an array of delicately prepared a la carte dishes, fresh seafood towers featuring an enticing selection of oysters from around the U.S., mussels, lobster, crab legs, caviar and more. Their award-winning team of chefs has created the quintessential mountain seafood and steakhouse experience, offering dry-aged cuts, locally caught trout, along with the best locally sourced ingredients and accompaniments. Definitely try their absinthe drip experience …
Fireside Dining at the Empire Canyon Lodge offers favorites from the European Alps in the mountains of Deer Valley. The alpine inspired menu features four courses, including guest’s favorite, raclette cheese, served from stone fireplaces. Horse-drawn sleigh rides are available by reservation Wednesday through Saturday, starting Friday, December 16.
Rime at St. Regis
RIME at The St. Regis Deer Valley serves traditional American cuisine conceptualized by local Chef Matthew Harris in an elegantly rustic setting. Savor pristinely prepared fresh seafood and sustainably sourced prime cuts, paired with an award-winning 10,000+ bottle wine cellar.
Historic Main Street
Firewood is about experiencing locally sourced seasonal food cooked by wood fire, which enhances its flavor and keeps the connection between food and terrain. The restaurant’s glowing ambiance reflects both its cuisine and its turn-of-the-century industrial décor. Chef John Murcko brings a long resume of exquisite fine dining plus local Park City savvy, delivering a truly unique culinary experience in the heart of the town’s historic Main Street.
Named for Park City’s sister city in the French Alps and situated within the historic Coal & Lumber building, Courchevel Bistro is inspired cuisine, warm hospitality and a festive venue right on Park City’s historic Main Street.
Riverhorse on Main is among an elite list of top restaurants in the nation and is one of the oldest and most distinguished restaurants on Park City’s Historic Main Street. As a 16 year recipient of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Award, Riverhorse on Main is lauded by restaurant critics and the dining public alike as one of North America’s top culinary destinations and a Park City culinary gem. With its trendy urban vibe, live music, and historic setting in Park City’s renovated Masonic Hall, Riverhorse On Main treats its guests to an inventive array of upscale, eclectic American cuisine and uncomplicated, seasonal dishes, all crafted by award-winning executive chef and co-owner Seth Adams
Be transported as you walk into an enchanting atmosphere at Chimayo with festive lighting, wrought iron detail, Southwestern throw pillows, and an authentic Mexican tile floor that creates the fabulous illusion that you are no longer in Park City. Start with a signature Chimayo Margarita, a local's favorite, and don't miss the Crown Roast of Barbecue Spareribs with a chipotle and caramelized pineapple glaze served with buttermilk whipped potatoes.
Tupelo features the ingredients of American producers in globally-inspired dishes. Fresh Idaho trout, natural Utah lamb, heirloom Sea Island beans, and housemade ricotta are some highlights on a diverse menu with unexpected, delightful touches. From the impossibly flaky buttermilk biscuits to tender Niman Ranch beef with creamy barley risotto, every ingredient is carefully chosen to offer a tasty and enlightening experience for diners.
This long standing dining establishment is now celebrating their 24th year in Park City, and you won't find fresher seafood creatively crafted, presented or consumed in Utah. If you are looking for fresh fish, sushi, oysters, lobster, sushi, organic steaks, or something from their delicious raw bar, Blind Dog is the spot!
Park City Mountain
The Viking Yurt on Park City Mountain below the Crescent Lift is a Nordic fine dining adventure unlike any other in the world. Each diner is taken on a memorable winter journey that begins with a 23-minute spectacular sleigh ride up 1,800 feet with incredible views of the lights of Park City and surrounding mountains. A gourmet six-course meal awaits you in the cozy yurt accompanied by a pianist playing a variety of musical styles from different eras. Each course has an imaginative presentation and entertaining twists. When the meal is complete, you'll head back down the mountain nestled under blankets to the base of the resort. A luxurious and intimate evening you will talk about for years.
The Farm is a slopeside dining experience at Canyons Village with views of the Red Pine Gondola. In true Brasserie fashion they offer a robust wine, craft beer, and cocktail menu along with a new menu offering a variety of small plates for the table to share, house made cheeses and frites plates. Enjoy the views from their dining room or relax in the attached heated yurt, and experience approachable dining delivering refined classic flavors.
Kita at Pendry
Japanese for “north”, KITA is a Japanese grill style restaurant set in a stunning, modern space that welcomes guests with indoor, al fresco and sushi bar seating. Their menus put the spotlight on fresh sushi, Japanese steakhouse favorites, cozy ramen bowls and a thoughtfully curated menu of beer, sake, wine and cocktails.
WHAT TO DO
Ski with a Champion at Deer Valley
If your idea of luxury = access then this experience is for you as you will have access to a host of Olympians that are available to ski with individuals, families and groups for exclusive half and full-day memorable adventures at Deer Valley Resort. The Ski with a Champion experience also includes access to the Ski School lane at all chairlifts, which is quite the luxury on days with longer lines.
Taste Wine with Certified Sommelier in Utah’s Largest Wine Cellar
With over 15,000 bottles of wine and 12,000 different selections, it is not a surprise that the wine cellar at the Stein Eriksen Lodge is the largest in the state. The Sommelier will give you a brief history of the collection and how it has grown over the years, as well as a quick overview of the system in which they keep track of over a 1 Million dollars’ worth of wine. This is a delightful experience to do as a couple, or as a group of wine-loving friends
Luxurious Spa Experience
There are many luxurious spas in Park City but if you find yourself at either the Stein Erickson Spa or the Montage’s you know that you are in good hands. The Stein’s Spa is one of Utah’s finest as one of Forbes Five-Star spas offering the absolute best in treatments and amenities for the ultimate relaxation. You’ll find yourself graced in European elegance and taken care of by experienced therapists that will ensure you leave with an overall feeling of elevated health and well-being. An alpine oasis welcomes you at the Montage’s Spa, where nature’s goodness provides the ingredients for health and renewal. The majestic mountain landscapes promote powerful well-being, and their serene sanctuary will take you to new heights of relaxation, beauty, and wellness year-round.
Appreciate the Art of Park City on a Gallery Stroll
Looking for impressive pieces of art to don your walls and remind you of your splendid time in Park City? Then look not further than the galleries of Main Street who play host to a curated selection of artists that represent many styles of art from photography and sculpture, to painting, and multimedia. Stop into Gallery MAR, Bret Webster Images, Montgomery Lee Fine Art, Park City Fine Art, or Mangelsen - Images of Nature Gallery where you will find a diverse array of art that is a collectors dream or an opportunity to just stroll through a stimulating and aesthetically pleasing art experience right in the heart of Park City.
Without a doubt, do not miss the opportunity to experience a dogsledding adventure while you are in Park City. We have multiple dog sledding companies that have teams of beautiful huskies and other arctic breeds, all excited to lead a winter sled guided by professional racers from all over the world. Luna Lobos Dog Sledding, All Seasons Adventures, North Forty Escapes, and Destination Sports and Adventures are all located within a few minutes drive of Park City and offer unlimited fun in the snow with human’s best friend.
Hire a Personal Trainer to continue your Health and Wellness Goals
Hire a personal trainer to come to your home, hotel, vacation rental or meet you out in our expansive outdoor spaces. Rachel Elberts is a Stoke Coach - a personal fitness trainer with a holistic view on wellness that creates custom fitness experiences to help people feel strong and confident in their bodies, connect more deeply with nature, and live life in radical amazement through mindfulness, gratitude, and celebration. She calls herself a STOKE COACH because she helps people stoke the fire within them to feel powerful and alive and lead an inspired life. She not only works with individuals, duets, or small groups, but also corporate clients creating fitness programs for executives, meeting participants, spouses/partners of corporate retreat participants to help create some mindful movement during stays in Park City.
Park City Yoga Adventures
Take your yoga to an adventurous level with Park City Yoga Adventures, who offer an eclectic mix of yoga adventures to choose from year-round in Park City. Featured in publications like The New York Times, Yoga Journal, Outside, Mens Journal & more, these personalized experiences are one of kind! Try your yoga skills out on a paddleboard in a hot spring or enveloped in silks amongst the trees. Take a hike or a snowshoe and find your ohm in a backcountry yurt.
There’s nothing quite as luxurious as dashing through the snow in a horsedrawn sleigh cozied up underneath some warm blankets. Park City has numerous sleigh riding opportunities that would make for an enjoyable family adventure or a romantic evening for two. Through Rocky Mountain Outfitters enjoy a unique and memorable experience on a horse-drawn buggy or sleigh ride around the Homestead Resort nestled in the beautiful Heber Valley outside the small town of Midway, located about 20 minutes from Park City. Another option for a ride and dinner is the Snowed Inn Sleigh Company, located at Park City Mountain. This is a true Western winter experience with cowhands leading the sleighs up the mountain to a warm cabin where dinner is served in front of live music.
Our world is your oyster. You can’t go wrong with any of these options that serve unique curated experiences and personalized service with comfort, ease, and the quality you look for when visiting Park City.