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Lodges At Deer Valley in Park City, UT

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Rating: 4.77

Address: 2900 Deer Valley Dr E, Park City, UT, 84060
  • Mon: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tue: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wed: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thu: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sun: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Comments (13):

1. Peter L.
i just spent 3 nights, this time of year we where the only ones here! everything was great, we eat most meals at the lodge, all great. rooms and big and had full kitchen,  headed pool, at the foot of the mountains,

13/10/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Tom C.
The Lodges is a very nice hotel experience located just beneath Snow Park Lodge at the base of Deer Valley ski resort. I visited in October, but I'm sure they will shuttle you up to the slopes every morning. Main Street in Park City is maybe 5 minutes away by car, so the location is very good - just a notch below a ski-in/ski-out setup.

I have only good things to say about the place. The decor is timber, steel & glass - just what a ski lodge should look like in my opinion. The service & the food were both exceptional - this is Deer Valley after all.

Our group decided to hike Bald Mountain & The Lodges arranged for a shuttle to and fro Silver Lake Lodge higher up the mountain.

The room surprised us with a treat: jacuzzi tub. We also took advantage of the hot tub & had some cocktails while soaking on a nice night. It all felt very lavish & top-shelf.

Bottom line: it's hard to go wrong at The Lodges.

25/10/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Brandon J.
I recently stayed at the Silver Baron Lodge, which is part of the Lodges at Deer Valley.  I went with my girlfriend, and another couple for a New Years getaway.  We rented a two bedroom, three bathroom suite. It was basically a one bedroom suite, complete with kitchen, living room area, two bathrooms, laundry, and a hot tub on the patio...  Then an adjoining room to make it a 3/2.   The suite was beautiful and probably close to 1500 square feet in total.  It was great having so much space to sprawl out after long days of skiing.  Even nicer to have a full kitchen so that we could eat in every now and then.

The lodge includes a free shuttle from 8AM to 11PM that will take you anywhere you want to go in the Park City area.  Even though we had rented a car, we used the shuttle more than our rental car.  The lodge also includes a concierge service which is really helpful.

There is continental breakfast every morning, but we never took advantage of it since we had a kitchen.

It was a great experience and I would definitely come back.  I might even have a New Years tradition.

FYI: We booked the room via expedia.com and paid 1/3 the rate that was quoted on the Lodge's own website.  The Lodge's website quoted around $1500/night, we got the suite booked for around $550/night.  It might just be a result of the economy these days, but I would definitely recommend shopping around before booking.

02/01/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Nader H.
Excellent property - keeps my family coming back year after year.   Uncrowded and upscale yet extremely friendly and accommodating staff (they really go all out on service).  

The flexibility of the room options are truly well designed (you can get a hotel room, a 1 BD suite, or combine them to get a large 2BD suite with 3 sleeping rooms.    The kitchen in each suite are really nice - and help in a big way when travelling with a group.    Covered underground parking - heated hallways.   I almost forgot to mention the fantastic daily breakfast which is included at no charge!!

03/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Faisal L.
Deer Valley is host to many a conferences including Search Insider Summit each year. Needless to say, it is a popular ski destination for serious ski enthusiasts.

The rooms are very well appointed. The fireplace and furniture gives the rooms a very cabin-esque feel. They remind me of the Pines Lodge in Beaver Creek, CO.

Food is good here, but the resort does not win out just on food.

Skiing here is really top notch with a number of great slopes.

Utah's state law requires alcohol to be diluted (yes a regular bottle of beer has half the alcohol in UT). So try to sneak in your own alcohol into UT if you can.

10/12/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Krista N.
Wow, just wow.  I usually don't get excited over accommodations but Lodges is as good as it gets.  

Disclaimer:  the rooms are not as super-high end as other places in Deer Valley. In fact, they could use a little renovating.  Finding electrical outlets was a major pain, something that could be alleviated by simply putting in lamps that include outlets on the base.  

The rustic decor throughout the building, however, gave the appropriate "mountain lodge feel" and didn't verge on feeling outdated or dirty.  My ENORMOUS two-bedroom unit included the mountain standards like a fireplace, leather couches, and gorgeous, snowy mountain views.

Oh, did I mention that my unit included two-story, floor-to-ceiling windows, full kitchen (and two mini-kitchens), two couches, three bathrooms, two king size beds and one bunk-bed set...all for the summer price of around $300 a night?  Crazy!  This place is in Deer Valley, right?

To top that off, you're also treated to an enormous, and free, continental breakfast every morning.  That includes waffles, eggs, steel-cut oatmeal, pastries, croissants, fruit, bread, cereal, tea, coffee, juice, etc.  If you don't feel like walking to town after gorging, you can also take the complimentary shuttle down to Park City or over to one of the other Deer Valley lodges.
 
But, overall, the best part of my stay was dealing with the staff.  They went out of their way to help us --  from clearing snow paths during a gathering we had outside (we weren't using the hotel's meeting spaces) to making dinner reservations -- and they made our stay the best it could be.  I'll definitely be back.  If you go, ask for unit 5311!

08/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Scott W.
A.maze.ing .

I can't think of a better place to stay while on holidays at deer valley.  Our unit was a one bedroom facing the courtyard... Was incredibly decorated, top of lone furniture, appliances, and washer dryer, oh... And must have been 1500 sq ft!   Having its own entrance to the courtyard meant we could sip wine with lots of space outside, bring the BBQ right up to our door.. And stumble down to the pool when we wanted to cool off!

If we ever come back we will stay here, and request the same room we had.  So good.

01/07/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Stuart F.
I had a super good experience here at the lodges. I was here at a corporate alliance networking summit. The entire hotel is beautiful with a rustic true mountain lodge feel. All of the hotel workers were very kind and accommodating. Did I mention the rooms are HUGE! More like a cabin experience than a simple hotel.

17/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Shannon V.
Loved my experience at this resort! I was very impressed with the room, the cabin-feel, and the great service. I have no complaints and would love to come here again!

23/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
10. Steven F.
1 bedroom rooms are super nice.

free wifi
free parking

wish my real apt looked like this.

10/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
11. Lisa C.
4.5 Stars

PROS:
-Complementary Cadillac SUV take you to anywhere you need to within a 4 mi radius. We used this to go down to Main Street. They also pick you up; just give them a call when you're ready.
-Comfortable bed.
-TV: lots of Dish Channels; there is also a DVD player
-Bathroom: bathtub with jets!
-Small kitchenette that included a microwave, sink, fridge, and microwave. It even included utensils and plates for you to use.
-Pool/Jacuzzi: self serve ice cold water & towels.
-Underground parking lot

CONS:
-Bathroom: It's small. If you were sitting on the toilet you would not be able to open the door. A few of the jets in the tub wasn't working.
-Our room was next to the maid closet so whenever they go in and out, it sounded like as if someone was opening our door.
-Keep your room key away from your phone! Our key stopped working a few times because of this.

11/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
12. Jacob H.
This is a pretty nice resort. You can tell it is nice when the carpet in the room is super soft and comfortable to walk on. The views from the resort is pretty amazing too of the mountains. I came during summer but I can't imagine how pretty this place must be when it is winter.

There are a lot of summer activity here in Park City such as mountain biking, hiking, swimming, eating, and other things. My favorite is just nature and how calm this place is. The parking to elevator to the room is so close which is great. Parking is on the lowest level and when you enter the garage be careful of oncoming cars. The spots are a bit tight but it's manageable. The room itself has a fridge, a microwave, and a sink. The bath had a mini jacuzzi which is fantastic. Wifi was really fast. The only issue I had was when I was going into the lobby my key didn't register as well as I had hope it would. I came for a conference so without them I probably wouldn't have known about this place. St Regis is really close by and they have a free shuttle that takes you to main street. Definitely take advantage of that! There is also a free bus that you can take.

Stayed 8/2 - 8/5. Rate was an incredible $125 a night.

10/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
13. Rachael Y.
I feel so lucky that I've been able to stay at this hotel a few times now.
The location is great to get any place in Park City.
Also make sure that you have the breakfast in the morning at the brass tag restaurant. It is so delicious and keeps you energized all day for the slopes!

09/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0