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Chateau Apres Lodge in Park City, UT

Chateau Apres Lodge in Park City, UT

Specialties

Chateau Après Lodge offers affordable, convenient and comfortable lodging in Park City. We are a true "Skiers Ski Lodge!"

Our lodge is located only 150 yards from the main Park City Mountain Resort lifts. This close proximity to the lifts means you're basically at a ski in, ski out lodge - just walk right out the door and you'll be ready to go up the mountain in a matter of minutes! We are the most affordable lodge in town, and we don't sacrifice on comfort or amenities.

We provide 32 Park City hotel rooms with private baths, cable television and phone, and daily maid service. Our rooms consist of either one queen-size bed or a double and single.

Get your ski day started off right with a continental breakfast, or enjoy a cup of coffee in our comfortable lobby by the large central fireplace.We are a smoke free facility and offer free wireless internet in the lobby.

As "A Skiers Ski Lodge" we feature Park City ski lodging accommodations for a sensible price and a short walk to the

History

Established in 1963.

Chateau Après Lodge has been a fixture in Park City since being built by the current owner's grandfather in 1963. We are a true skier's lodge, offering comfortable, clean and well kept rooms with close proximity to the most important thing - Park City Mountain! We are also near a bunch of shopping and restaurants, and other activities including sledding, snowmobiling, and the Olympic Park. We are always striving to remodel and improve our hotel, keeping it up to date and enjoyable for our guests. Our friendly personnel will tend to your needs while you are our guest. We look forward to seeing you!

 

Company Info:

Rating: 4.00

Address: 1299 Norfolk Ave, Park City, UT, 84060
  • Mon: 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Tue: 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Wed: 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Thu: 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Fri: 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Sat: 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Sun: 6:00 am - 2:00 pm

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Comments (8):

1. andrew m.
at $100 a night, this is an unbeatable park city deal.

breakfast is included but it consists of little more than cereal or instant oatmeal.

and the walls are paper thin so bring earplugs.

BUT the lift is literally behind the property, outside of the 2nd floor door.

there's a large fireplace in the lounge so hang out, dry your gloves, and you might learn a thing or two from the regulars.

19/02/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
2. Leslie L.
Chateau Apres is an excellent 2 1/2 star hotel.  It is a chalet, similar to what one would find in Europe.  We arrived at about 10 pm at night...check-in was a breeze.  There were plastic bags of three chocolate chip cookies that we purchased for a $1.  

Location:  The chateau is a 5 minute walk to the Park City Ski Resort.  You just had to walk up some stairs to get to the road where the resort is located.  It's about a 5 minute drive to Main Street.

Room:  The room is basic.  It has a bed, a couch, a dresser, and a television.  The television had cable.  The bed was a double bed...nothing special, but comfortable enough.  The bathroom was tiny, with a very tiny shower.  The shower was clean.  The water was a bit undependable...it was hard to get a comfortable temperature.  

Parking:  There are several parking spaces located in front of the chateau.  One evening  we came back late, and there were no parking spaces.  The hotel gave us a sign to put up in our car, and we parked about a block away.  

Breakfast:  Continental breakfast is included.  It is "good enough."  There was canned fruit, coffee, juice, cereal, muffins (Costco style), toast, peanut butter, and jelly.  Nothing wonderful, but it filled us up enough for the skiing.

This place is not a four star hotel, and one shouldn't expect it to be for the price we paid.  It is a great value for a hotel in a great location at a reasonable price.  I would stay here again.

19/02/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Patrick K.
I wouldve given 2 stars buuuut this place kinda grew on me over the course of a couple days. From the front, it looks like the whorehouse from Beetlejuice. It is a dead on replica. From the back... Well the back is a 2 minute walk to the lifts so you cant beat that. The rooms are closet sized. We had a good laugh at some of the corners they cut. The TV is positioned perfectly on the wall for you to rip a giant hole in your head. As if you need more danger after you get done shredding the gnar. Instead of a bottom sheet that grips the side of the bed they just gave me 2 top sheets. They also have never heard of dryer sheets because there were static electricity fireworks in all of our beds. My bed never got made in four days but I think they switched out the napkins they called towels.

I thought the breakfast was reasonable though. The attendant paid close attention to make sure the coffee, milk and cereal dispensers were full. There was also bread, toasters, butter, peanut butter and jelly. They also can some sort of canned fruit which I didnt touch. Overall this place was OK, right by the lifts and close to a bus stop into town. If you are a germaphobe or a snob you may want to find different accomadations..

12/02/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. Kari B.
Great staff... Rooms are super basic.  If you are high maintainence... You wont like it. If you are going to snowboard.. You can walk to The lifts... If your going to spend your days on The mountain...  This place is for you. We will be going back for sure!!

01/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. J S.
We stayed here for a ski weekend.  The place is no-frills, everyone is spot on about that.  Including the thin walls, unmade beds and canned fruit breakfast.

BUT, the great thing is the location.  Its 3 minute walk from Park City mountain.  And they sell $80 discount tickets.  Walking to Main St is about 10 minutes.  In the other direction you can get to a market and movie theater.  All of which is easy by bus, which stops in front of the library.   Our rate was $105.  I heard the hostel room was $40 if you really want to rough it.

04/03/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
6. S M.
Perfect for what it is.

Want an old school lodge that is close to the slopes, has a cute old circular fireplace , old fashioned cafe and "hot tub time machine" vintage charm and is super  affordable, clean and cozy? Look no further.

International crowd, very friendly staff, looks just like pics, great place to meet nice people, hang out and play a game of scrabble near the fire (they have board games ) and just relax. This place is a gem and I couldn't recommend it enough.

IF you want a fancy hotel with modern amenities and want to spend 3x the cost per night you have lots of options. We totally dig this place. Note: for cheap lift tix Stop off at ski rental place in salt lake city after getting rental car before driving to park city. $20 less per day.

Note: aloha ski rental and breeze have 25% off coupons at the chateau desk.

Note: great bookstore on main street.

Note: whole foods before turn onto park city to stock up. You can keep items in chateau apres kitchen fridge.

Note: canyons nicer/better than park city for skiing. Bigger, better snow. Note: orange bubble lift at canyons awesome. Fast, heated seats!!

26/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Andrew K.
This review is for their dorm sleeling. They give you a big locker to keep your stuff locked up. The lock is weak so you can open it with a little force if needed, but I didnt try that as I had the key. The beds are bunk beds, so they are okay. I did 3 nights and it was okay, heard some creaking from the above floor and the blanket they give is thin,  so bring something or wear warm clothes when you sleep. The breakfast was nice     and the common area fire place is the best. They have a one apple desktop computer (10mins max) for communal use and some board games. Also they give you hot cider during the night, it was sweet and hot. Only a short walk to the lifts and you can walk to most restaurants,  market, starbucks, 7 eleven, and etc. The location is the best and for a budget sleep, this place is the best. 40+tax (about $44 per night).

26/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Adrian B.
What can I say? The location is great. It's just a short walk up the hill to the Park City slopes, and a very easy walk to Main Street. I loved it all.

Yes, like everyone else on here says, the towels are not all that. They get the job done.

It's exactly what I wanted in a ski lodge. Very quaint and cozy.

21/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0