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Park Regency in Park City, UT

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Rating: 3.67

Address: 1710 Prospector Ave, Park City, UT, 84060

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    Comments (6):

    1. Hank M.
    We stayed at the Park Regency this past holiday season becasue it was the only place that we could get last minute in prime ski season for under $250 a night. We paid ~$100/night and were disapointed. We had a one bedroom unit with a full kitchen but needed to rearrange the furtniture in order to have the sofa bed open and use the kitchen area at the same time. You need to fold up the sofa bed to use a table to eat or use the fireplace. The doors open to an outside courtyard area and we had a problem making sure our door really locked. The construction seemd really cheap and we asked to move rooms because the door of the first unit we were assigned didn't stay closed at all. The furniture and all fixtures were cheap, and looked kind of like a run down college dorm. I can't believe people would buy into this facility as a timeshare. There is a parking garage in the basement that can only accommadate ~12cars so it is unlikley that you can ever get a space there, excpect at midday when no one is there. The best thing about this place is it's location which is close to numerous ski facilities, a 24 hr supermarket and restaurants. I was glad we didn't spend too much time in the room. So, this place is no different then anywhere else, you get what you pay for. It gave us an inexpensive place to stay, the staff was helpful, but overall I will probably recomend you just pay more for a better place if traveling to Park City. Unless faced with similar circumstances again, I would not stay here, I would suggest you look elsewhere.

    10/01/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    2. Katie K.
    You get what you pay for with the Park Regency.  It's one of the cheapest places in Park City but that doesn't mean it was bad.  You just need manage to your expectations.  Positives:  #1 Cheap.  We were there the week between Christmas and New Years and it was affordable.  #2 the shuttle to town and the ski resorts.  very useful  Negatives  #1 The reservation system sucks.  My father called and needed a space for 5.  He was told he got one bedroom with 2 Queen beds and then a pullout couch.  Lo and Below, we get into the room and there is a one queen bed and the pullout couch.  There is also no availability anywhere else in the hotel.  We were able to get a cot but still...  Both myself and another member of my family heard front desk workers ask people if they were willing to downgrade to smaller rooms because they were overbooked. #2  said pullout bed was awful
    The location is about a mile walk from the center of town and I walked it a few times.  I didn't mind it.  This also means there is not as much traffic around the hotel either.  This is a family friendly hotel so keep that in mind if you're a couple in Park City for a romantic trip.  The hotel doesn't much ambiance but it makes up for it in price

    25/01/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    3. Gary D.
    We stayed at this location because the in-laws have owned into this timeshare for over 20 years.  There are 6 of us (2 adults/4 kids) and attempted to get into a 2 bedroom unit.  Apparently there are only 6 of the 2 bedroom units in the facility.  So needless to say we got a 1.5 bedroom unit (a 1 bedroom and a small area with 2 bunk beds and no door).

    Like one of the other reviewers said, we just didn't spend much time in the room.  There are numerous activities for the kids in the area.  Also the pool is a good size and is well maintained.  The property itself is nice and maintained.  They appeared to be painting the buildings during our stay.  Also, the staff was really nice and helpful and went out of their way to accommodate us.  My only real complaint was the kitchen/dining area.  The appliances were older and the kitchen area was very small.  If there were only 2 or 3 in the room it wouldn't be a problem but with 6 it was challenging. But again, that was really the only negative.

    03/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Kaaren D.
    Have stayed here multiple times, and am happy with the accomodations.  This time they were remodeling, and had finished all the rooms on my floor except mine and one other next door, of course.  But  it is in a super location, and I discovered several walk/bike trails this time that are very close, and made it easy to walk into the Main Street Historic district.

    03/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    5. Sam A.
    Inexpensive, clean, accommodating. Last place we could find when rolling into town and glad we did. Staff was great and so was location.

    13/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Faith S.
    We were extremely happy with our accommodations.  We had a 2 bedroom condo, with 2 balconies overlooking a beautifully manicured lawn area.  The kitchen was full size and all the appliances worked fine.  Everything was clean.  It is however a bit run down, and the elevator wait can get long.

    The best part of our stay, without question, was the staff.  A giant shout out to Jarred, Isaac, Tuki, Yesinia, Tim and last, but definitely not least, Chuck.  Anything we needed, from a restaurant suggestion (which were all fantastic) to directions, to awesome tours, to getting more firewood, they were friendly and helpful and madde our stay incredibly pleasant!

    30/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0