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Silver King Hotel in Park City, UT

Silver King Hotel in Park City, UT


Welcome to the Silver King Hotel, the historic site of Park City's famous silver mine from which the Silver King took its name.

Located just steps from the PayDay lift at the base of Park City Mountain Resort, you'll find sophisticated mountain luxury wrapped in local mining nostalgia, with hundreds of historic mining artifacts and photos thoughtfully placed throughout the hotel's halls and common areas.

Each and every studio and 1-to-4 bedroom condominium at the Silver King has a full-sized kitchen, a double-wide jetted bath, and honest-to-goodness real wood-burning fireplaces. Guests also enjoy our indoor/outdoor pool, concierge services, complimentary ski lockers, heated underground parking, and close proximity to the restaurants, boutiques, galleries, and nightlife of Park City's Historic Main Street.


Established in 1999.

All Seasons Resort Lodging represents over 800 vacation rental properties throughout the world-class ski towns of Park City, UT and Aspen, CO, beautiful San Diego, CA, and historic Santa Fe, NM. Our properties range from modestly priced condominiums to luxurious 4-Diamond, AAA lodging.

We began in Park City in 1999 with just one property and now manage the nightly rental program for 17 properties and the homeowners association for five of those. Our rapid growth is due to consistently high rental returns, clear and honest owner communication, professional maintenance, and asset value growth of each property we represent.


Company Info:

Rating: 3.71

Address: 1485 Empire Ave, 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

Hotels in Park City, UT



Comments (14):

1. Karen J.
We stayed for three nights during the off-season  (mid-October), for a very reasonable price. The room was great -- nice jetted bathtub, very comfortable bed, sofa area and dining area. The hotel was right next to Park City Mountain resort, and walking distance to downtown Park City. The hotel doesn't have room service, but it's very close to a grocery store, and has an in-room kitchen. The indoor/outdoor pool looked fantastic, though we didn't have a chance to go swimming ourselves.

The one drawback: the parking garage is terrible if you have anything larger than an economy-sized car -- very small, tight spaces (we had to turn the side mirrors in so they wouldn't hit the concrete supports), and practically no available spaces, even during the empty time of year that we visited. I can only imagine what it's like during mid-winter, packed full of SUVs.

09/11/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Shari F.
We stayed a few nights in July and got a nice room for a great price.  Prices are much higher in the winter. Comfortable bed, decent TV and a good sized kitchen area.  I had trouble with the oven not working tho and no one ever did come by to fix it.

The location is great.  We love walking over to PC Resort and taking the ski lift up the mountain to either hike down or ride the Alpine Slide.  We love Park City in the summer.

13/03/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Pebbles And Bam Bam A.
After a horrible experience at our original location, we found a safehaven here.  We asked for a room with a kitchen (coming from a condo and having already purchased a week's worth of food).  The room was phenomenal!!!  High ceilings, nice decorations and view, solid construction (so no noise, even with kids in the hallway nearby).... everything we could have hoped for.  The pool was very nice, and the gym was decent.  Added bonuses: garage parking (which is extremely hard to come by in this area of Park City) and multiple "living" areas around the hotel. Although the hotel may not look great from the outside, the interior is significantly nicer.  Ann at reception was amazing!!

09/07/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Charles S.
Looking for a sleek, romantic, modern getaway spot? DO NOT GO HERE!
Looking for a family-friendly, roomy, conveniently-located, fully furnished getaway for you, your spouse and your kids? GO HERE NOW!
Yes, every room has a jetted tub. NO, you probably don't want to use it. Or at least we didn't want to. Everything about our room was OLD. There were hard water stains in the tub, which made it look very unappealing, if not scary, to use. The countertops, carpeting, artwork on the walls and even the board games appeared to have arrived here circa 1986. The kitched was very impressively furnished with everything you would ever need to prepare a meal and clean up afterward. Since we went out for every single meal, this was not a huge benefit for us. We got the two-room suite and this place was BIG! There was a sectional leather sofa, which was awesome, until you actually sat on it and realized it too was OLD and in need of replacment. i.e. uncomfortable.
The TV in the living room was flat screen and HD, which was nice. But the one on the bedroom was an old fuzz-box that was thicker than it was wide. And, get this... it had a VCR hooked up to it! Hah!! Hilarious.
So... the Silver King is not bad, unless you're expecting something completely different, which we were. We would possibly stay here again, with a larger group or with the kids. But for romance and modernity, class and sophistication, elegance and charm, this is NOT THE PLACE. Drive ON!

25/08/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
5. John R.
Stayed here last weekend and loved it.  Room slept 6 people (only says 4) Room was wonderful.  Service was good.  Had underground parking which was really nice (get there early for guaranteed parking) it's a 5 min walk from ski resort.  Indoor/Outdoor pool that's connected and a nice hot tub.  Overall I was very impressed with the hotel.   Very reasonable on price.

Appliances are a little old but do the job.  Not very much parking.  Room service expensive.

21/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. Karli P.
I've been to this hotel twice, and have been happy with my stay both times. I came here for a local leadership conference, and stayed for 3 days all together. The first room we stayed in was small, but nice. It had one queen sized bed, a huge couch, a lazy boy rocker, a small kitchen with a bar, a small table in the living room, and two bathrooms. Four girls sharing two bathrooms for two days did not go over well! Our second stay was much better! We had a HUUUGE hotel room, and only 5 girls to fill it! There were 4 different rooms with 2-3 beds in 3 of the rooms, and in the biggest room (The room I called dibs on) had a huge amazingly comfortable queen bed in it, and it's very own bathroom. In our whole hotel room there were 3 bathrooms available, and 3 TVs. Sadly, we only got to spend one night in this amazing room. The Silver King Hotel is in walking distance of a 7-11, and several places to shop. There is even a bus stop incredibly close by in case you don't feel like walking. I hope I can go back someday.

13/01/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
7. Brad G.
Stayed here during the off season to go fly fishing on the Middle Provo. Stayed in a nice studio with a full kitchen and bathroom.

These are condos, and they are nicely furnished. Nice pool and Jacuzzi, a few blocks to downtown, right at the base of the ski mountain.

No onsite restaurant, but plenty of choices nearby.

Off season is very inexpensive, during the season it's very expensive.

26/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Jeffery S.
Thanks so much for a wonderful stay! Everyone is very friendly and the place is extremely cozy. Special thanks to Alexander Stucky (reservations agent) who worked so well with me and my family on the two night reservation we made. The swimming pool is the best! The beds were cozy the showers were wonderful. We just simply had the best time! We will come here again. Anyone looking for a relaxing time, this is the place to go!

26/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Jamie B.
Worst Experience with a Hotel. They weren't responsive to any of our needs and house keeping came at weird hours including waking us up at 8 am to clean our room. Pool was also very dirty and full of pollen. It is nicely situated in Park City, very close to the resort and shops. I would never stay here again though. Awful Experience

19/05/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
10. Ing V.
Lots of bang for your buck!

The wife an I stayed at a single suite that could comfortably lodge 4 to 6 people. Full kitchen, two bathrooms, two flat screens, chimney, all for around $150 a night. Granted, it was early in the ski season (early December) but still great value.

Walking distance to Park City Mountain. Covered parking garage. I will definitely stay at this place in my next visit to Park City.

17/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
11. Sam S.
The Silver King shouldn't be called a hotel, it should be described as a time machine. As soon as you walk through the front doors, it's like you're magically transported to the 80's. It's like a museum of artifacts from the late 20th century. - complete with grey woodgrain paneling, track lighting, and what looks like the actual couch from the show The Prince of Bel Air. In fact, the microwave in our room might have been the very first model ever invented.

All joking aside, the hotel is ideally situated near the ski resort in Park City. If you aren't familiar with the area, keep in mind that many hotels that you'll find on travel websites will often times suggest hotels down in Kimball Junction or Heber City (which are both about 20 minutes away). The Silver King is situated a bit too far from Main Street to walk, but an economical cab ride will get you there in no time (just don't pay more than $12, they may try to charge you more). The hotel is very outdated, but you're paying more for the location than the hip decor. We went during Sundance, so we severely overpaid for our room (hence my heightened feeling of cynicism).

Indoor/outdoor pool, so you can take a dip year round.
Secure, covered free parking

Horrible pillows
Awesomely 80's decor
Pricey for what you get

21/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
12. Chad R.
We decided to get in one more trip to Park City before the ski season was over and went up for Park City's closing weekend.  Had a great time up there and stayed at the Silver King.  We were in one of their 1 bedroom units and it was NICE!!!  Our room had been recently upgraded with a large kitchen.  The room itself was huge with plenty of space for everyone.  The staff was super friendly, pool was nice and even got into the workout room.  The Pay Day lift was only a 2 min walk across the parking lot.  Had a great trip and can't beat the location!

29/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
13. Joshua P.
When staying at a hotel, your first impression is the check-in desk and the quality of service that you received. Needless to say, mine started out poorly. I felt as though I was bothering the lady at the check-in desk by staying at her hotel.

I must've stayed in a room that was not recently renovated, because it was old, dirty and unsatisfactory.  The only reason I gave it a two star instead of a one star, is because I am trying to be nice. They need to do a renovation on their units very soon, or their occupancy will be even lower. I will not be staying here again, nor recommending it to anybody unless you just need a place to stay.
Additionally, there check in and check out hours are not convenient for somebody on a business trip. Oh well, that is my review, take it or leave it :-)

01/05/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
14. Kanako I.
We stayed here for the busiest Xmas break. Using booking.com , this hotel was the cheapest available hotel very conviniently located ($1500 including tax for five nights for Xmas week).

Location: Could this hotel be any better located? You are 2 minute walk away from First Time Lift from which you can ride down to Payday Lift leading to Bonanza and all blues and greens. You can also walk to the resort center (with many rental shops etc) within a few mins. Further, the hotel is close to the Main St along which there're many shops and restaurants. We even walked up there, though it was cold and took 25 minutes.

Room: You cannot expect the room to be W or Westin with luxurious and modern bathroom. But this hotel's room was large and equipped with a spa tub and full kitchen. We went to Walmart to buy breakfast and lunch food so that we could just save $$ everyday. Oh and because the hotel is 2 mins away from the lift, yes you can go back to the room for a quick lunch and go back out. The room was also equipped with washer and dryer. Though I didn't use them, it's always nice to have D/W in the unit. Pack light!

Hot Tub: For sore muscles, the hot tub was very relaxing.

Shuttle: Yeah the driver Andrew would drive you around as long as it's around Main St. The front desk or you would call him and he'd be there for you. He was friendly and very quick! It's nice not to need to walk 25 mins every night to go to the town.

WiFi: Though it's not super fast, I'm glad they have a free wifi in the room.

Housekeeping: they sometimes come around 3p, sometimes before noon. you just do not know when to expect them. One time, nobody came even after 4pm when we got back to the room after all day snowboarding and we needed to call the front desk. They would give you new towels as long as you put used ones on the floor (unless you're eco friendly). But I do not think they ever changed our bed linen...I did not particularly find the sheet newly washed and clean. And I was convinced when I saw an ear plug my fiance uses on the bed sheet...Would they change the sheets etc, and put the ear plug back on the sheet!?

Dishwasher: It's awesome we had a dishwasher in the room. You need to put rinse aid. Washed plates and glasses that are suppoed to be clean did not look clean at all and feel clean (you feel somehthing on plate) due to risidue. Sponge wasn't clean so I would not use that to wash dishes. I'd recommend the hotel to spare rinse aid and a new sponge in the room.

Mattress/pillow: Not horrible but probably rather old. The spring wasn't strong so if you sleep with someone, the heavier person will sink in and the lighter one will be on a slope. I had to be on the very edge of the bed to prevent myself from sinking. They give you only two pillows (non decorative) and they were both pretty thin and super soft. I had to roll up the pillow (and you can roll up as it's so soft and thin). Hopefully they would replace the pillows at least.

Having said that, the hotel was very conviniently located and it was cheaper than others that were far away from lifts when we booked the room. So I'd stay again if it were no more expensive.

28/12/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0