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Marriott’s MountainSide in Park City, UT

Marriott’s MountainSide in Park City, UT

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World-class skiing, year-round cultural events and robust seasonal activities characterize Park City, home of Marriott's MountainSide, providing you the ultimate in Park City ski lodging. With luxury 1- and 2-bedroom villa accommodations in Park City, Utah, guests can enjoy residence-style living with separate living & dining areas, fully equipped kitchens, TVs with DVD players and much more. Each spacious villa can comfortably accommodate up to eight guests. We also offer standard guestrooms with kitchenette, king-size bed & sofa bed. (maximum occupancy of four). Enjoy the convenience of ski-in, ski-out Park City lodging from your villa or guestroom, offering prime access to some of the finest slopes. Take in commanding views of the majestic Wasatch Mountains as you soak in the sparkling outdoor pool or unwind in the whirlpool or sauna after a full day of outdoor activity. Our 1- and 2-bedroom villas provide ideal Park City ski lodging for a memorable mountain retreat.

 

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Rating: 4.00

Address: 1305 Lowell Ave, Park City, UT, 84060
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1. T S.
Nice beds, bright windows, updated rooms

08/05/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Karly C.
This is the ULTIMATE family resort. We have rented a time share for years and have loved it!
Lobby- very cozy with computers to access local information, resources kiosk, free DVD rentals, and a mini store.
Lounge- a level up there is an area where you can view an enlarged map of the nearby slopes, a huge flatscreen TV, an equipped children's lounge, and a pool table.
Ski check- with this feature you can literally ski into the hotel without lifting your skis once. There are a couple games like foosball as well a large gym next door.
Pool and spas- there are six spas and one heated pool. Next to them are a ping pong table.
Room- since we sometimes bring up to 10 people with us, we get a latge suite. The main room has a pull out couch, two comfy chairs, a flat screen TV, a dining table, and a large kitchen area equipped with all cooking gadgets.To the right there is a master bedroom with a big bathroom (separate toliet room). To the left of the main room there is another bedroom.
Others: there is free wirless internet, a HUGE selection of free activities all day long (for all ages and interests), and much more.
THERE IS NEVER A DULL MOMENT HERE. =)

26/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Victoria B.
I stayed here because of a convention in Salt Lake that drove up the rates - I was amazed at the lack of traffic commuting to and from Park City, and I got the room at government per diem.

The whole spectacular scenery goes without saying, and if you're bringing kids, this would be terrific as it's like a cruise where they give you a list of activities.  There's a separate club room for teens and non-stop things to do (and as a non-owner in the timeshare paying a low daily rate, I could still do so).

They have a bunch of outdoor activities: an Alpine Slide, a zip line, a weird amusement park-type ride with tiny little carriages that rip at high speed on a track down the mountain and of course the ski lift with the views.  

If you bring kids, either prepare them for limited rides ($11 each!!) or bring your mortgage.  Holy cow... for unlimited rides, it's $70/day/person.  DISNEYLAND isn't much more than that.

The big drawback... my pseudo-roommates.  I've never met them, but I know all about them.  They're in the adjoining room... all 95 of them, there have to be that many given the number of voices I hear.  Clearly.  Every word.  Oh, and the majority are children. Nice family.  I just don't want to live with them any more.  I want my own room!!

The front desk clerk looked for another room, but said he couldn't guarantee (of course) the same problem wouldn't occur again (this sounds like a common problem), and the second reviewer mentioned it.  

He offered me ear plugs (no thanks) then said he could adjust the TV so the sound can go higher (what, and make other people miserable?)  I said I'd make the best of it - and to their defense, the family quietened down when the kids went to sleep.

Not only are the walls between the rooms like tissue paper, the hallway walls are semi-opaque as well.  And with the hoardes of kids here, you can't walk to your room without hearing some child or other melting down.

I'm in what the first reviewer referred to as the "master bedroom" and it is the smallest kitchenette-equipped room I've ever stayed in.  It serves its purpose, but don't have more than two people in here.  There's a fold out couch but this just isn't big enough for three.

I'm not paying extra for room service, BTW... it's included in my non-timeshare rate.

They have not overtly pressured me to attend a time share presentation (and they'd get a clear NO), but they've certainly given me the materials to "entice" me to go ("Would you like to receive 10,000 Marriott Points?  How about a $75 gift card?")

Other suggestion:  bring food.  I'm sure it's stinking expensive to feed a family here based on resturant fare.  I stopped at Whole Foods before ascending the hill.

Would I stay here again?  Only if necessary as I don't use the resort stuff while working, and because of the super-thin walls.  If you're renting the full large suite with add-on master, you'll probably be okay, but be aware if you're renting the small room... you may be sharing your airspace.

16/06/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. DJ W.
We have stayed here many times.  A GREAT resort.  Staff was friendly and helpful, especially CARLOS at front desk.  We usually come here after Labor Day, as the resort is usually quit deserted.  This year, for some reason, the place was near full.  And sad that we picked a week with rainy weather (not the resort's fault).  Still loved spending time at the pool and hot tubs.  We will be back!

18/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. David W.
Amazing staff! Amazing facility! Terrible parking garage! Good pricing for weekends and great for the weekdays.

30/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. julie s.
AWESOME experience. We mooched off my mother-in-law's timeshare while in town for a wedding and kinda didn't want to leave.

The rooms are reasonably sized and full of everything you'd need, even dishes and a dining table. The views are GORGEOUS. Parking was a little tight but we never didn't find a space. The staff were amazingly helpful, and even pulled out a map and drew their favorite restaurants on it for us. Also, our room came equipped with a warm mist humidifier, which was BRILLIANT--if you're not from the area and going into the mountains with no humidity, your sinuses are probably going to be the first thing to crap out. I know mine did!

This place itself doesn't have a lot of amenities, foodwise, but it's a very, very short walk from the restaurants and shops available at other hotels in the area.

I am taking off one star for one reason only: the walls are WAY too thin. We came in the off-season-ish, so we didn't have anyone in the rooms next to us until the very last night, but once we did, we could hear EVERYTHING they did, from the sink running to average-volume conversation. It's a real bummer because they clearly put some thought into this stuff--our room overlooked the pool, and we found out that the windows and outer walls are amazingly well-insulated against shrieking children. It's really a shame they didn't do the same for the between-room walls.

I also kinda wish you didn't have to pay extra for housekeeping, but ehh, it's a time-share.

03/06/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
7. Jonathan S.
Typical Marriott.  Perfectly fine.  Nice.  Kept up.  Great staff.  

3 stars for the 10AM checkout.  Really?  10AM?  Only hotel I've ever been too with a 10AM checkout.  11AM maybe... normally noon.  10AM?!?!?   Does not fit with the up all night Sundance party scene.  When you get in at 3-4AM and have to be out by 10... won't stay here again.

07/03/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
8. Sam K.
comfortable room. Great activities for kids both inside and outside the place. Good location walking distance to many activities and ski-slopes. People are nice.
Cons: Parking spaces are tight. On the top of it, not enough parking. If you come in after 9:00pm, you have to park elsewhere. They pick you up from there.

04/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
9. Cherie E.
You can't beat a hotel that is right dab near the mountainside where you can look out your window and see the ski lifts...

Wonderful hotel. We stayed in the smallest room, the studio suite but it was enough to fit all of  our four suitcases and a big snowboard bag. The room is clean, modern  and comes with a little kitchenette. We got a room on the ninth floor overlooking the pool area and the ski lifts. Definitely request the ninth floor for the view. The reservationist (is that a word??)  at the front desk Jon-Paul was very helpful and getting us our room earlier than the scheduled check-in time. We check in the morning and he made sure our room was ready and even went and personally gave us our keys when they were ready.

Just the fact that you can snowboard off the mountain and walk through a back gate and your at your hotel is well worth it. I'm coming back to this place!

20/12/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Andrew S.
I'll give them a one star as this was the worst stay at a marriott in my life. I stayed in one of the two bedroom villas, the room for a friend for her birthday. As well as me and my girlfriend. When we walk in the room it smelt of gas. Come to find out the fireplace was leaking. So I called down and asked could we have a little more time but the pool because I didn't want to sit in my room while they were fixing a gas leak. They informed me it would be closing soon but if they said anything to me to just tell them the front desk said it was ok. When i did this the man that covers pools for living- mocked me by saying "oh really, they told you that, a gas leak". When i told him again and told him to speak with the front desk he lied and said he already had. Which I confirmed he didn't when I spoke with the front desk again. Then while sitting in a sitting area on 2nd floor I was told I couldn't be there and needed to be in my room? Again there was a gas leak in my room.... Ask and said would you like us to go outside he said no you can't? I was really blow away by the retards they have working there as said again your saying I can't go outside and wait. He said out you mean outside outside? Yeah no shit the only outside I know of. The disrespect continued. Needless to say I would strongly advise you not to stay here unless you want this kind of disrespect and can assure you would not say here again if they fucking paid me.

30/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
11. Byoung Kyu S.
Great location; although it's hard to find in a snow blizzard.  If you are into skiing, the location is hard to beat.  The staff were very friendly and helpful.  The concierge wasn't as helpful or knowledgeable as rest of the staff.

The room was bit small.  Could have used larger dresser and a bigger closet but considering the size of the room, I guess that wasn't possible.  The room was 1/4 the size of the room I had at the Summit.  

Parking was indoors which was nice; especially since it snowed all week.  

I'd stay here again.  It's a great get-away destination.  The heated swimming pool and hot tubs looked awesome!

27/12/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
12. Keith B.
The pool and hot tubs are awesome. Tons of activities for you and the kids. Going to try the zip line and alpine slide. Tons of fun.

14/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
13. Charles S.
Disclaimers:
1- We stayed here in the Summertime, so this review doesn't necessarily apply to ski season.
2- We wanted a nice, romantic, getaway.
For those two reasons, we had to chop this place.
The good:
They have very nice rooms. They're recently renovated, appointed with granite countertops and newish appliances and TV's. The staff is super friendly and amazingly helpful.
The Bad:
The views from our wing of the hotel were terrible! We had a 2nd floor room and our view was looking directly at the side of sheer rock cliff, which was about 15 feet from our window. I asked to be moved to a higher floor and they accommodated us. We were moved to a 6th floor room and our view was mostly of the side of the cliff still, but nearly at the top, so not quite as claustrophobic.
This place, at least in the Summer time is WAY family-oriented. We go to Park City to escape Utah, not to hang out with a ton of (obviously local) families that consist of 2 parents and 4-8 kids each, all decked out in their BYU regalia. I honestly thought we had somehow been teleported from Park City to Provo. The condos, along with all the adjacent restaurants, pools, bbq areas and other amenities were overrun with screaming, obnoxious, children. Don't get me wrong, we love kids... we even have several of our own. We just happened to leave them home for this trip. We should have done some checking and booked our romantic "kid-less" getaway someplace else.
We decided to go down to the pool on Saturday morning. There were 30 screaming kids, and 6 or 7 adults crammed into the tiny pool. I was tempted to jump in, but I decided to sit, wait, and scope things out for a while. During the next 90+ minutes, not one person EVER left the pool to make the long journey to the indoor restroom (located inside the building). This led me to the conclusion that this "pool" was one giant communal urinal. No thank you.
On the bright side, there is one hot tub that's for "adults only" and it was peaceful and quiet... and pee-free.
Would we ever stay at Marriott Mountainside again? In a word... NO.

06/02/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
14. Julie Y.
Let's be honest here: paying up for a suite is EXPENSIVE! Especially when it's for a family of 5 during winter break where everyone wants in on the snowy holiday vacation.

But it was so worth it.

Marriott's Mountainside is located conveniently RIGHT next to the Park Mountainside Resort aka snowy mountain slope paradise! Service was efficient albeit with a few hiccups but those problems were solved quickly so they aren't really worth mentioning.

I loved that I could access everything I needed including the resort, the mini-market in the village for small things, the free public transit stop to go anywhere I pleased etc.

A few things you might want to keep in mind:
* If you rent your board or skis from Slopeside Sports and you are staying at the Marriott's Mountainside, you get 20% off your bill at the end of your rental!
* you can store your rented board/skis on the 2nd floor. You can access this floor straight from outside, but you need your room card key!
*You need your room key to access the 24 hour small but convenient recreation center.
* If you need to go to a market, you can walk to the Village where all the bus stops are and easily access A-Fresh Market for your basic needs. To get back, make sure the bus you take heads back to Park City Mountain Resort. To go towards Main Street for a little window shopping or fine dining, take the bus that takes you towards Main Street/Deer Valley.
* you can contact the concierge for advice or extra blankets, or even laundry detergent! How cool is that :)

So convenient indeed. Will be coming around again if we're in Park City for the slopes!

12/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
15. Jordan W.
The location is amazing and the mountainside views were great, but I was left somewhat frustrated by the hotel service. My T.V. volume wouldn't work oddly enough, and the hot tub temperature was luke-warm. That being said, the gym was nice and the hotel offers a lot of activities for couples and families.

15/09/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
16. Jenn J.
Just stayed here last weekend and its very cute!!!  Hot tub and pool is inside and really nice; except the hot tub had to much chemicals and my eyes were stinging and it was a little crowded.  There is a nice (not real) Starbucks/Convenient store inside and the lobby is comfortable with iced fruit water (my personal favorite).  Pretty quiet and in a good location for the mountain, but we also had a rental car.  We were able to check out at 11:00am; another bonus!

05/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
17. Don S.
Top notch resort with all kinds of activities and amenities.   Very well maintained.   Friendly staff.  This resort is a winner ...big time.

25/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
18. Ruben A.
Good resort.  Lovely area.

06/08/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
19. Sam M.
Overall we had a great experience.  The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable.  Proximity to the Payday lift was awesome.  There is always a lot of things going on as far as children's activities are concerned.  I also wanted to point out that my child became ill and had to go to an ER in Salt Lake City.  The property's graveyard shift front desk person (Steve) went out of the way to call around taxi companies at 3 AM and was able to get us a driver who came to pick us up in the early dawn.  Thank you Steve!

26/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
20. Christina W.
we decided 3 years ago that park city would become a destination spot for our annual snowboarding trips.
in 2010, we stayed at this marriott for the first time and again this year.
we skipped last season, unfortunately.

the name of this hotel really says it all.
***mountainside***
in other words, you walk out of the hotel and the lift is right in front of you.
this is the main reason why we enjoy staying here.
when it comes to snowy mountain resorts, location is key.
being close to the mountain is important to us.
it's also only a short drive to the canyons and deer valley as well so you definitely have choices here.
the hotel is located within a small village with a few shops and restaurants.
it is also very close to main street where you can find many more shops, good eats and nightlife.

the rooms are spacious, comfortable and clean.
each room has a kitchen and laundry which come in handy if you plan to stay for an extended period.
having a kitchen is really convenient especially if you're not interested in eating out 3 times a day while on vacation.
again, the location is so convenient that there are a couple of grocery stores within a short drive - whole foods being one of them.
there is also an outlet mall about 5 minutes away, just in case you forgot some stuff or just need to pick up some extra gear, etc.

there are multiple hot tubs on-site with grotto style waterfalls so we usually have no problem finding a spot to unwind.
the pool is also nice but usually too cold during the winter season for us to try out.
the gym facilities are spacious with many machines as are the locker room facilities which are well kept and clean.
the parking is convenient as they offer a covered parking garage with direct access into the hotel itself.

the service has always been stellar here as well.
i suppose it helps to be a marriott elite member but they've always allowed us a late check-out as well as a key to the locker facilities to change after our last day of riding.
we've also been given rooms facing the mountain each time we've stayed here.
fantastic views!

definitely our go-to resort in park city.

17/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
21. Elga T.
$500/night is just exorbitant, it is a very nice, pretty standard, time share hotel, in a great location. What does stand out are the hot tubs, they are great!! LED lights, cheesy soft jazz music..
We stayed during the Sundance film festival and frequently caught the park city shuttle, which goes all over park city.  The shuttle stops next door at the park city mountain resort, so the location was convenient and a car is not really necessary.

01/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
22. Joshua S.
I have stayed at this resort a number of times with my family and it seems like every time i come back it gets a little worse. As of yet i have been here two nights and both of those night there has been a fire alarm that went of in the early morning (2 and 3 A.M.).  I have never had a fire alarm go off in any hotel i have ever stayed at prior to this. They stated that the first was due to a malfunction in their system and it was an isolated event, only affecting the rooms around ours. the second was for the entire building which they said was caused by a broken water main in the basement. stopped writing here as I was informed the head engineer was ready to talk to me and my father. There was a number of other things wrong- women's steam room was broken, 1 of 2 fire pits didn't work(fixed while I was here), and the provided humidifiers had a disgusting amount of calcium build up (actually didn't work at all until I personally cleaned them). Greg I think his name was(might be confusing him with the front desk manager) was very nice and apologetic. He said it was the "perfect storm" and that stuff like this almost never happens. The front desk manager said he would provided compensation of some sort but has yet to deliver. Other than those disappointments it's a very nice hotel.

07/01/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
23. Mikaela S.
Pros
Beautiful views
Over-sized soaking tub in upgraded room
Fully stocked kitchen
5 hot tubs and one that's kid friendly
kids activity room
close to Main Street

Cons
No rooms service which means you have to get up early and drive to breakfast, hunt down coffee and buy groceries for your stay
bottled water in room that has a fine print, $2 each.
No room service, did I mention this is a serious bummer?

I loved my stay and had a great time but the lack of room service is making me reconsider staying again. At $700 a night It is something I definitely expect.   I think next time I will be staying at the regular Marriott as opposed to the resort. Over all it was a fun experience and I did love the hot tubs and great views.

25/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
24. Kaaren D.
Nice resort, probably really nice in the winter during ski season, for the right person.  It was the wrong place for me. And none of the stores, and almost no restaurants were open when I was there (Memorial Day Weekend and the week after). The Plaza near the hotel was creepy and everything was closed.  I have been in the area during ski season, and there are tons of things to do right there, but not at this time of year.  You have to take the bus, drive or walk into Old Town.  The bus is free, but there is limited parking, except in the parking garages.  If you find a place on the street, it is all pay to park.  Since I walked or took the bus from the resort, I am not sure about the parking garages.  They have been free to park in the past.

I have stayed in Park City many times, and usually at Prospector Square, where it is close enough to walk into Old Town, but pretty quiet at the times I have been there (May).  This year tried the Marriott.  Big mistake.  The room had only a microwave and a small refrigerator, and only plates, cups, glasses, so "cooking" was out of the question. And there was a two person breakfast bar, but no table.  That was a surprise.  And that is why I stay in a condo, so that I don't have to eat every meal in restaurants. I was able to get a blender to make my shakes in the morning, so that was good.

The pool was so full of families (mostly kids) that I didn't even try to get into it.  The hot tub that was labelled "adult" and "quiet" was ok one time I tried it, but the next day the men sitting in the hot tub were so chatty, I couldn't "chill" like I wanted to.  This is the hot tub farthest from the mayhem that is the pool.  And there are other hot tubs, so they could have gone there (I think there might even be three of them).

I specifically asked for a "quiet" room location, as I was there on business, and needed to work.  The first night there was a crying baby not too far down the hall.  On the Saturday before I left, after a lot of people had signed in, teen age kids were running up and down the hall at midnight.

The resort has lots of activities you can try, including movies four times a day.  I didn't partake of any of the activities, any many of them are free.  The gym had the equipment I needed, and a sauna that I didn't try.

My only reason for not returning to the resort is based on the fact that it caters primarily to families.  When I travel for business I need a place where my sleep will not be disturbed, and where I can go to the pool and not have it so full of kids that I don't want to get in.  It is a nice resort for the majority of people who choose to stay there, but was not the right choice for me.

06/06/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
25. Ani S.
You can still feel the energy of the Winter Olympics as you walk through the park!  Loved this place! Definitely Returning! Just be sure to check price options between rooms!

Our grad school friends plan a ski trip every year.  This year, we went to Park City with 12 other families of 4pp+.

LOCATION,LOCATION, LOCATION!!  The best part of this hotel is Location!!  Ski-In, Ski-out access to amazing slopes in a former Olympic venue!! What more can you ask for??You walk out of the hotel and the ski lift is right there. For the non-skiiers, the hot tubs and pool overlook the ski slopes so you can watch your friends!   LOVE soaking in the hot tub after a long ski day, watching the other skiers and enjoying the stunning views of the Wasatch Mountain around us.

ACCOMMODATIONS: One or Two Bedroom Units available with full kitchen, separate living and dining areas, TVs, and more.  Most studios can accommodate a family of four easily with a king sized bed and a pull out sofa.  The One Bedroom units easily support families of 4-5.  If you are lucky enough to get two adjoining units, you end up with a two bedroom suite with a full kitchen, kitchenette, laundry and room for almost nine people! Plenty of space!  We had 8 rooms at one point in every combination.

SKIING: Fantastic slopes.  Access to almost every level.  And just around the corner from the adorable "Magic Carpet" instruction area for the little ones!!!

PRICING:  It can be VERY pricey depending on the time of year. We found that for our one week stay, it was actually cheaper to rent the two bedroom unit than get two individual rooms.  Be sure to check your options!!

05/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
26. Roy P.
Booked this for Sundance and it was the best decision ever. LOVED everything about it. Location was phenomenal, suites were clean and nice and the entire place was vibrant with life.

If you are coming to Sundance next year try to book this as soon as possible, you won't regret it.

18/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
27. Julio A.
No complaints, great hotel! Rented 2 villas room and plenty of room for our family of 5. Nice swimming pool and 6 hot tubs!
We didn't know you could BBQ your own meat by the pool, awesome! Big families everywhere, great for families!

15/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
28. Chad C.
This is a fantastic resort with full accommodations for families, the rooms have a full kitchen and gigantic bathtubs (you literally could fit four people into the them).  Their is a large pull out sofa which can sleep three children easily, there are doors separating the bedroom which is great for privacy after they go to sleep.  Rooms also have a washer and dryer combination so you can do laundry if you want to bring less clothing and do your own.

There is a daily activity list for children which is great, if featured movies, horseback riding and whit water rafting.  Only negative is no room service, there are restaurants if you walk of property a small bit.  This is a great family resort with plenty for everyone.

28/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
29. Eva W.
It's our home away from home!"

We've been staying here ever since it's doors first opened in 1999/2000. We love this place and return just about every year. The rooms are nice, the people are friendly, and it's located slope side. There's also a wonderful gym and pool area. It's a great family resort!

The beauty of this property is that there is covered parking. Unless you're driving in (like we usually do), there's really no need for a car once you get up here. There are times that we have not touched the car for days as mostly everything is reachable by the great shuttle system they have (which is free!). A walk into town isn't really too far, either. There is also shopping and dining at the base area.

The mountain is a great place for people to learn. We ski here year after year and never get bored. This is one trip we're always look forward to! We love spending our vacations here with our friends.

07/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
30. Brandon S.
Let's make this quick since you're scrolling through reviews looking for a hotel....
Location- AWESOME! Out the door and you're on the slopes. Located a few blocks from the center of town.
Price- Awesome if you rent somebody's timeshare :)
Staff- terrific!
Great for kids!..... Kids club and all sorts of activities.
Zero complaints!
My family will certainly return!

12/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0