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Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, UT

Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, UT

Specialties

Utah's only Forbes Five Star hotel and spa with mid-mountain ski-in/out access to Deer Valley Resort.  With room configurations up to five-bedrooms suites boasting full kitchens, living rooms with fireplaces, full decks with hot tubs, and master bedrooms with fireplaces. Guests have access to an array of amenities including ski locker room staffed by ski valets, Forbes Five Star Spa, on-site restaurant and lounge,  24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi, full-concierge, and complimentary guest shuttle to Main Street.

History

Established in 1982.

Stein Eriksen Lodge is named for Olympic Gold Medallist, Stein Eriksen.

 

Company Info:

Rating: 4.25

Address: 7700 Stein Way, Park City, UT, 84060
  • Mon: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Tue: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Wed: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Thu: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Fri: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Sat: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Sun: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm

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Comments (89):

1. Mama L.
Best Sunday brunch in the world. The food is outstanding-- best waffles in the world.  Lots of fresh sea food (yummy smoked oysters). I love the cozy, rustic, lodge decor. Pricey, but every thing in PC is pricey.

10/01/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Yan M.
Read in the magazines that Stein Erickson is the best lodge in Park City, hence we had to go check this out.....the staff are extremely friendly and courteous! We didn't get to stay here but walking in the grounds was extremely breathtaking! The staff made way for us when we were passing her on the walkway! The pool was amazing and the property is artistically spaced and just utterly beautiful among the rolling snow mountains in the background!

21/01/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. RD E.
one of the craziest buffet's i've ever seen!

08/06/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Myle S.
This resort is a nice escape nestled in the mountainous Park City region. I loved the plush cozy bed and the big lush bathroom which was made of all natural stone and granite, complete with a whilrpool tub and giant showerhead. I did not get to try the spa, but heard that they have a vichy shower...........this place delivered wonderful rest after a long day of travel

10/10/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Natala M.
This resort is a classic 5 star -- poeple at your service able to address your every need and thoughtful touches that make your stay more delightful. We had a deluxe room (so no mountain  view, smaller portions) and I found that it was a little cramped. That being said, there were 4 different rooms - a foyer, a washroom (just a sink), a bathroom w/ tub and shower, and then the main room with king size bed and fireplace. The bed was just too big for the bedroom -- but the bed was wonderful and i slept really well. My room also had a porch and a fireplace - great touches. My favorite touch was that their was a humidifier in the room -- i find that winter weather is very drying and usually have to call the front desk for one - but they had already thought of that. They use Molton Brown products -- which are great, and each room has a hot-tub like bath with jets. They provide bubbles and sea salt. The main lodge had a restaurant - glitterand? which is OK. They claim 5 star but i didn't find the food to be delicate or truly special in any way. I had the pot pie which was yummy. The granola, which i had daily for breakfast, was awesome.

I also tried the Spa: manicure pedicure was awesome - they use Essie polish which does really last longer. Only thing is that it is so cold it takes longer for polish to dry so plan for extra drying time by the fire. Nordic Princess - Vichy  Shower + salt scrub + deep moisture massage. It was good, not amazing. The combination is nice for dry winter skin, but if you need a deep massage this won't solve for it. The Vichy shower was cool, but also really wet in weird ways.

The one thing that does make this fabulous: ski-in-ski-out to Deer valley. This was fabulous. Truly.

Net-net: i would stay here again but it didn't knock my socks off like other higher-end places i've been too.

16/12/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Todd K.
We just stopped in for a few drinks on an especially cold and windy day, but I was not that impressed w/ ole' Stein's place.  The drinks were overpriced and small, the service was mediocre at best and the employee's kinda sucked in the gift shop (guess we weren't dressed nice enough for their approval...).  My opinion, skip this place and head to Main Street Park City.

03/02/08 | Link | Rating: 2.0
7. Bryan A.
This place is about as swank as you can get. Make sure you bring your unlimited credit limit AMEX card because your going to need it. On the other hand you definately get what you pay for at this place. Just be aware that if you run into Stein he will be arogant and say "It was a pleasure for you to have met me!"

12/07/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Peter L.
It's Stein's you know it's great.

29/08/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Katie F.
By far the best hotel in Park City!  Located in the luxurious Deer Valley resort, Stein Erickson Lodge offers everything you could possibly need to have a wonderful ski vacation.  No need to drive to the slopes, because you're already there!  Deer Valley was rated the #1 ski resort in the nation by Ski Magazine.  They'll treat you like VIPs!  They even have a shuttle that will take you in to Park City for shopping or dinner or just to play.

29/09/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
10. Lezlei K.
We ski every year at Deer Valley and every day we eat lunch in the bar at Stein's.  It is the best!  I have had most of the items on the menu and everything has been delicious.  Service is great.  WE LOVE IT.

23/04/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
11. Carly L.
Yeah it's my 100th review! Anyways, I have never stayed here but eaten here, and that in itself was a five star meal. Granted my BF at the time worked there, but I would tell you had they messed anything up. They didn't. Service was spectacular... the food amazing. I had a ahi tuna that I still remember to this day. Everything they have there is fresh, amazing and well prepared. There were five of us in our dining party and to this day (several years later) we still remember that meal. It's a perfect little haven tucked away in the mountains of Utah.

09/01/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
12. Cindy P.
I am NOT a fan of buffets but when I went here with family and friends for the Thanksgiving Brunch Buffet, I was blown away. This was by far THE BEST BUFFET I have ever had. There were all the Thanksgiving trimmings--turkey, prime rib, stuffing, mashed potatoes, etc. The real delight was the dessert table though. I went back for seconds on dessert!

To top all that off, we received THE BEST SERVICE I have ever had. Our waitress was there for our every need. The only thing that came out wrong was when I ordered a Bellini and received a Mimosa. I accepted it since it wasn't that big a deal to me but I had a feeling they didn't have white peach puree to make Bellinis. Brunch ended up being about $50 a person but it was worth every penny.

26/11/06 | Link | Rating: 5.0
13. Peter B.
Dined here during Sundance. Definitely a place to add to your list for dinner. Hotel is about a 10 minute drive from historic main street, but well worth it. Celebrities love to stay at this lodge during sundance so if you can get reservations chances our you will be dining with somebody. Food was very good not great, but the service was impeccable. Pricey but well backed up by the establishment. Fellow patrons may be snobby but you may play the part yourself if you like. Its a who's who.

13/09/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
14. Brien R.
Just returned from a few days of skiing and the Sundance Film Festival, as well as an awesome lunch at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer Valley. The service levels of the lodge and restaurant are the best while the food was excellent. It  was dumping powder outside and out table had a view of the Olympic torch and Trainer's Run.  We all enjoyed a fantastic meal and shared a bottle of New Zealand's Cloudy Bay before heading outside for a great afternoon of powder.

28/01/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
15. El J.
Recently visited for a quick lunch that was excellent and with a spectaular view on the deck of the valley. Had the burger that was very gourmet style versus the chain restaurants. I felt adventures (and kinda outta shape) so I opted for a ceaser salad on the side versus fries and it was by far the best ceaser I have ever had to date. Fresh capers, sundried tomatoes, anchovy paste and fresh romaine lettuce. It was the bomb. The only thing I missed was the fresh cracked ground pepper on the salad. Other wise I will be back.

17/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
16. Rich L.
Never stayed here during ski season but have stayed here in spring, summer and fall and it's always beautiful. The service & accomodations are about as good as it gets.

13/03/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
17. Annie G.
No question that this is the best lodge in the world. Really.
Excellent service.
Its only problem is that you  cannot go anywhere else and have a decent time. You will always compare your experience to the SEL and  feel a sense of lacking. The treatment starts as soon as you drive up. They take it from there. They helped me with my equipment, the luggage and then hid the car. Rooms have wonderful views, the great room has fireplaces all over. Apres ski is taken to an extreme there. I feel badly about clunking around in ski boots in a nice place like this. Think 5 star hotel meets Nordstrum staff. I would suggest their champagne brunch but its really hard to ski when you are stuffed to the gills. You will be spoiled, and for all of that, if you consider how hard you work, their prices are not out of line. You really do get what you pay for.

25/08/06 | Link | Rating: 5.0
18. Anita B.
I love the Stein Erickson. We usually come at least once a year to ski at Deer Valley. This hotel is very nice and if you need a nice romantic getaway, this is the place. Keep in mind though that like just about everything else in life, it comes with a price. If you're in town during ski season, this place will set you back a pretty penny so don't even look here if you don't want to spend the money for luxury.

The Stein has absolutely excellent service.  The sooms are of very generous size with excellent bathtubs, fireplaces and plenty of amenities. Some even have their own hot tub out on the balconey which is perfect to relax in after a long day of skiing.

If you like the best when it comes to hotels, don't hesitate to book the Stein Erickson. Quite possibly one of the best places for a ski vacation.

11/07/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
19. Nancy W.
I've not had a better resort/hotel/spa experience.   It's not pretentious or hoity-toity and there's no visible sucking-up.  Everybody that worked there that I encountered was nice and very, very good at their jobs.  The property is gorgeous

The Lodge is a part of the Deer Valley Resort, located 1000 plus feet  above Park City.  It is a combination of rooms and suites on the side of a hill.

This is not a budget resort.  During high season, the most 'economical room' will set you back over $700 per night.  Fortunately, I was there as my sister's guest during her company's annual executive retreat.  

"How was the snow?", you ask?  

WHO CARES!!  The company* paid for one spa treatment per day and I spent a great deal of my time there being patted, pummeled, rubbed, glossed, polished, hydrated, oiled and exfoliated to the point where I felt like I had no bones.

Beautiful!

(* My older sis' company held their executive retreat here and I was a most lucky guest)

20/12/06 | Link | Rating: 5.0
20. Hayden H.
Absolutely amazing! This is by far the best restaurant in all of Utah! that atmosphere and service are great, but the food is what really takes the prize. No matter what you get it will impress you and I can assure just about anyone loving this restaurant.

05/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
21. Christie B.
I love the quiet elegance of this lodge and send everyone I know here for a drink in the bar.  Just sitting here and looking out at that beautiful mountain brings back many memories of my early days here in Park City.  My boys would watch the train go around the huge Christmas tree or play chess together in front of the enormous fireplace, while I listen to the classical piano player!  Life is good at Stein's!

16/08/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
22. Boomer Fwang ..
This was my first ski vacation and we did it right at the Stein Eriksen Lodge (note spelling of Stein, a Norwegian Olympic skier!).

Stein's service was impeccable, the concierge top-notch, natural environment breathtaking and we truly felt pampered after our visit.  The food was quite good, but for a five-star resort, I had expected a bit more creativity in options.  We had a fantastic dinner across the street at the Chateaux at Silver Lake, which I would recommend over Stein's dining room.  Nonetheless, breakfast at Stein's was the perfect way to prepare for a cool day in the mountains. Granola and oatmeal like you've never experienced before....

Details matter at Stein's, from the hardworking snow shoveling staff (amazing that the walkways stay clear in five feet of snow) to the attentive valet and housecleaning staff.  That said, one important detail lacking from an environmental standpoint:  they provide Dasani water bottles every entry/exit through the hotel lobby and during the turndown service. Yes, anyone at 8,200 altitude should stay hydrated, but bottled water--not sustainable.  I will look forward to the day that Steins replaces bottled water with water coolers--and will delightfully bump my rating up to five stars.

16/01/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
23. J M.
While the location is good and the grounds beautiful, this hotel is in dire need of an upgrade!  It looks like major renovations have not been done at the Stein Eriksen in over 20 years!  And the staff (especially the front desk and restaurant) need to be coached on what 5 star service is supposed to mean!  You don't need to try and sell room upgrades to incoming guests like you are out on a used car lot!  There is no way that any realistic  person who has traveled extensively could honestly call this place 5 star.  No way!  I was glad to leave.

22/05/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
24. Stefanie G.
My husband and I had dinner at the Glitretindi n October because everyone had been raving about how amazing the food is and how the service is impeccable. Um , WRONG and WRONG! First off, I made reservations for 7:30. We arrived at 7:25 and was told by the smug, self-righteous twit working at the hostess stand that our reservation was for 7:45. When I called her out on it, she accused me of lying about when the reservation was made and told me to take a seat. She didn't offer up up the excuse that they were running behind and apologize for the wait - no, she called me a liar then sat me in the corner. To add insult to injury, she didn't offer me or my husband a glass of wine while we waited. Just sit down and shut up. Determined to have a good evening, I took her poor treatment with a smile. Then four other couple who came after us were seated while she glared at me. When we were finally seated at 8:15, the dining room was practically empty. There was no reason for us to have been forced to wait. We could have been seated early and it wouldn't have made a difference. SO. WEIRD. I ordered the fish, which completely escapes my memory. Why? Because, somehow, the Stein Eriksen chef managed to remove all the flavor from the fish. The mushrooms were the most flavorful thing on my plate. AND, the portions were small. My husband ordered the elk, which he described  as "tasteless yet strangely gamey."  Our waiter left a lot to be desired. He completely lacked personality and a knowledge of the menu. He tried to serve us other people's meals twice. The wait for our flavorless meals was very long and by the time we finished the meal - not our food - we just wanted to leave.  My husband talked me into ordering dessert, which was a chocolate cake that tasted no better than anything you could get a Smith's. Two thumbs down for Glitretind! Not worth the high prices or the time! And, the hostess is a total bee-otch. Just sayin'.

19/02/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
25. Don M.
Very disappointing lunch and appetizers in the late afternoon.  The sandwiches were soggy and tastesless. The muscle appetizer as well as the caprese salad were barely  edible. The muscles were old and the salad was not like any caprese we've ever tasted. Goats cheese instead of mortzarella

12/07/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
26. Marina M.
I'm only rating the restaurant.

We came here for the Easter brunch. There were a whole bunch of us, and the food was fresh, filling, and delicious. Stein Erickson's is gorgeous, and service was top-notch. Nothing to complain about :)

12/08/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
27. Mike G.
For this review, I will re-enact windy weather while speaking on a cell phone:

PRIVATE HOT TUB ON PRIVATE BALCONY

TWO TELEVISIONS IN ROOM

FREE INTERNET

GORGEOUS VIEWS

AMAZING STAFF

CAN YOU STILL HEAR ME? ARE YOU THERE?

HIGH ALTITUDE, HEADACHES

AMAZING ROOM SERVICE

MINTS

This concludes my cell phone windy weather review.

01/12/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
28. Elizabeth K.
We went to the famous sunday brunch on new years weekend. For a large buffet style brunch I thought it was good - but was expecting a bit more from all the people RAVING about it.

The sushi was NOT good. Less than average. Most of the pre-made selections were delicious, amazing omlette and crepe stations and good variety of foods and desserts. You could definitely stuff yourself and it was delicious.

I thought the restaurant was really crowded - waiters and people bumping into you while you sat. And I also thought the lodge was looking a bit dated in comparison to some of the other newer resorts.

But all in all a great brunch experience!

20/01/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
29. Barrett C.
oh my goodness... my wife and I stayed here in November at the beginning of the ski season...  we had a 1 bedroom suite with hotub located in the west wing.....  GORGEOUS...  being a Venetian/Palazzo Snob from Vegas, I had high expectations....  and Stein Eriksen exceeded them in every possible way!   forgot my laptop in my car and the friendly bellman said, ill be right back with it..... I went out onto the balcony for like 1 minute and he was literally right back with it!   This place is rated 5 star 5 diamond for a reason... I cannot wait until my next stay at Stein.

18/04/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
30. michael e.
Was there in the summer.  Wonderful place and the service was as good as it gets.  The service and employees went above and beyond to meet issues and concerns.  We had a wonderful 4 days here.

14/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
31. Tristan A.
This is the place for a sweet getaway.  I've stayed here each year for the last 4 years and loved it.  I like to go here to read, write music, and sleep, its o so quiet, and the views are very inspiring.  They know their service here, oh yes  they do.  The rooms are great, with big tall beds with fluffy white duvets, marble jetted bathtubs and cozy fireplaces, slippers, robes, big fluffy towels, fluffy luxury.  I'll never forget sitting in the steamy hottub on the balcony in my room one year and watching the snow fall.  

I love driving up in the dark and seeing the lights and torch out front.  You drive up, the car door is opened, oh hi, you get out of your car and your bags are whisked away, and then your car is whisked away, bye bye.  The desk folks are quick and kind.  A front desk clerk quickly staved off the crying of another guest's small child by handing him a new package of little toys, while she was helping me check in .  One bellman shot to my room within minutes and lit the fire in my fireplace at 2am when I was struggling with it - yeah!  Did i mention the service is great?  Food is mmmm lishus.  Try Stein, you will like.  but you will never want to leave.

11/06/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
32. Tom R.
This is a review of the Glitretind restaurant at the lodge.

We eat out often at high end places and this is one of the best we have been to.

Everything we had - salad, entrees and dessert  (4 people each with different entree) was well prepared and well served.

Corkage fee for wine was waived with purchase of one of their bottles.

Well worth the money.

08/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
33. Bill N.
One of the best experiences! Fine food, lodging and service. If you want to pamper and spoil your significant other (and yourself). This is the place to do it. Don't be surprised if you find yourself bumping into celebrities.....especially during the Sundance Film Festival. You might even find yourself sharing a ski lift with them too!!!

01/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
34. Abel O.
This is, truely,  an outstanding resort.  One of the best ski resorts in the area.  Deer Valley is a beautiful, pristine area... only to be treaded  upon by the very rich.  Good lord... that room is how much?  It seemed like a dream, as it started to snow and blanketed the entire valley with a foot of new, wet, skiable snow.  AND, here I sit with a broken foot.   The squeaky noise it made under my shoe (not pleural.. on crutches)  reminded of The Shining.... but, what the heck.  I feel asleep in front of the giant Riverrock fireplace, dreaming of endless ski slopes.  The suite was unbelievable.  Check it out on their website.  

I had a terrific meal in the restaurant....Duck with a orange glaze... but, their liquor situation is totally barbaric.  It is such an effort to be a drunk in Utah.

18/12/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
35. Michael N.
Not much more to say than has been said. If you are like me and not particularly wealthy, I recommend going in the off season and getting one of their special packages that includes dinner at the restaurant there. The food was sensational, the room was incredibly fun, and the lodge overall is absolutely charming and rustic. I love that they use wood burning fireplaces all over the place, there is something about gas that just kills the lodgy-mountain-rustic-ambiance if you know what I mean. Bathrooms are fantastic, beds are comfy, and private balcony/hot tub is everything you want it to be. It is a little distressing finding your way around at first, but it is nice that it is more spread out and not like a crowded hotel. Great place!

03/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
36. Kristopher F.
4 stars because it was expensive and I'm not sure it was worth the price. Cocktails were great and food was good. Cozy atmosphere with live music.

18/02/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
37. john t.
My wife and I married at the lodge on July 18th, 2009.  This is ONE of the most beautiful places in the U.S.   deserves 6 stars for food, service and view.  Once you stay here youll be hooked.  
highly, highly recommended!!!

26/07/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
38. Jon F.
What can I say about Stein's that hasn't already been said about Valhalla?

Perched near the summit of Deer Valley, Stein's wood- and stone-work evokes the highest quality Scandinavian design. Strong, but warm.

The staff are always helpful and easygoing. They even lent us a sports car to drive over to the Olympic grounds, and would drop us off and pick us up anywhere down on Main St.

I have stayed at Stein's for Renaissance Weekend during the summer (when rooms are affordable) and also been by during the winter; it's equally serene in all seasons. If you're looking to stay during Sundance, call well in advance to get on their waiting list -- first dibs go to returning guests.

SEL has no close competitor in the area.

21/10/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
39. chris m.
Who got paid off to give this place a 5 stars/diamonds rating that they advertise? Stein Eriksen Lodge is a real disappointment. The facility seems old and worn and is a maze of difficult to navigate areas. My first exposure to Stein was pulling up to the front to check in, the valet literally yelled at us for not parking precisely where he imagined (not directed); many others have related the same valet experience to me. A valet yelling at an arriving customer, really? Fortunately that is the worst of the customer service. The rest is just underwhelming. The rooms are nice, nothing special -- the one time we stayed there our room was was below ground level but it sure had the same 5-star price others paid for a nice mountain view. Food and drinks are very expensive and only so so.

Maybe Stein's place got the stars in a by-gone era and the rating agencies have not checked back in for a decade or so. That is all I can figure because this place is NOTHING like the hype. There are some new choices in the area that seem a lot better -- I know they are better for eating and drinking and the related service but I don't have any direct experience with staying at the other high end options.

The location of Stein's is fantastic. Maybe someone will come in and rework the place into its past glory. I hope so.

07/09/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
40. Jay N.
Awesome for après ski. We sat on the deck. One of the best burgers I've ever had in my life. I love burgers. I'm from the midwest.  I've eaten more burgers then I could count. I don't know how they make it but it's amazing. The stiegle pilsner is fantastic.   A must visit at deer valley.

This is the place to see and be seen.  If that's not your scene then this is the place to eat.  Do not pass go, but do pass the lift lines in the afternoon and go directly to here.

10/04/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
41. Bif P.
It's hard to rate this with the star system because this is just for cocktails on the deck and not dinner .

A nice warm day we sat on the deck and had drinks after skiing. I can't think of a better place and atmosphere but that where it ends. You can see people were annoyed but after taking off the ski's and loosing up the boots  we figured we see what the story was. The waitress was just never around. I'm talking maybe every half hour at best and you had better be quick because custy's were basically grabbing at her to take their order.  I'm not necessarily blaming her because she seemed to be doing the best she could but they could have put another server out there during the crowed period.
The kicker is, the 'hostess' came out and just hung around to talk to us but she wasn't allowed to get drinks.

Wait and then the bill 6 bloodies and 2 beers, $120 before the tip.

01/02/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
42. Hayden A.
The Glitretind restaurant is by far the best restaurant in Utah. Around here, it doesn't get much better than this. Wonderful food in a wonderful place. If you're looking for good food, this is the place to go.

28/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
43. Ashley B.
Warning: This review is for apre-ski drinks only.

Why do you go to Stein Eriksen for drinks? People watching!!! From the families to the cougar on the prowl sitting in the corner... It also doesn't hurt they have an extensive cocktail list and yummy snacks. The pretzel and the fries are soooooo good, this is why you ski hard for six hours a day. The martinis are well made, interesting, and delicious. The only downside is the price ... your wallet will be hurting after an outing here.

If you can swing it, get moving and order yourself a martini!

18/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
44. Tobias L.
We were here with the family for a day checking out park city and deer valley. Lunch was pretty good but be prepared to pay deer valley prices.

14/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
45. Traci B.
If you are looking for the Deer Valley experience at the most elegant, cozy, lodgy, and exclusive mountain retreat, Stein's is still THE place to be. Overall, the ambiance, service and a slope side location that can't be beat. This property remains the definition of mountain elegance.

As a long time Park City local, I am compelled to share my experiences at this beloved mountain legend.

In the last 5 years, there has been a major growth spurt of "5 Star" properties in Park City/ Deer Valley, and sadly, most of these monster glam palaces have widely missed the mark. In the spirit of growth and progress we have all had to grit our teeth and watch  new hotels be built (one is over 1 million square feet!), I feel that none of them has come close to the experience and ambiance of this classic mountain lodge.

Having been nearly 30 years since Stein Eriksen's opened it's doors, it is still the pinnacle of mountain elegance and romance. AND you might just be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the iconic Stein Eriksen himself.

27/03/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
46. Carester M.
phenom, point blank. upgraded to my own suite with hot tub, hello?

get the parmesan risotto with cauliflower, done.

05/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
47. Pete E.
Nothing is better than a day of skiing and then enjoying the brunch at Stein Eriksen's lodge. The choices are spectacular.  Do not make plans to ski afterwards, unless you are not staying at the resort, and need to make your way down the hill.

31/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
48. Arianna P.
Spa facilities and massages were good

26/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
49. R F.
Very disappointed! Appetizers were quite well prepared and met our expectations but main courses were bland (lamb was greasy, cod was nothing, and Tasmanian trout was overly salted). Left without desert and will not return! This was supposed to be a dining experience not a costly mistake.
Suggest Shabu in Park City for a superior dining experience!

06/03/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
50. Nicole B.
My husband & I stayed at Stein Eriksen for a weekend in November. It was absolutely wonderful. We had a room with a wood-burning fireplace and a hot tub and a large deck, the bed was comfortable, the bathroom was huge. Everything about this place is top of the line. Customer service is excellent, as would be expected at a 5-Diamond hotel. The food was delicious, the service impeccable, Sunday bruch overwhelming with choices. We hope to take a weekend getaway here every year!

08/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
51. Brendon D.
Legends of the Fall meets top shelf vacationing.

This place will knock your socks off.  This review is for the restaurant, but the entire building and grounds are amazing.  No kidding.  

We had sashimi, game, cocktails and loads of other food.  The service was stellar and the food was epic.

Wine list is nothing to scoff at, either.

Don't half step.  Spend the money for this place...it's well worth it....breathtaking in the winter.

26/11/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
52. Ann P.
Very nice resort.  The air is crisp and clean up here.  I was there in the summer when the ski runs were hiking trails.  Beautiful country here.  The hotel is clean and has a very upscale vibe.  The staff is respectful and professional bordering on obsequious.  Be careful staff, sometimes the bowing and scraping can be too much for some.  It was for me.  That doesn't take anything away from the five star review I give them.  The little town near the lodge is full of nice shops.  I ate most of my meals in the resort restaurant.  The food was always good.  I hope to be back again some day.

01/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
53. Peter A.
We stopped to eat here during our skiing not to stay overnight. If you want something more upscale and I mean much more upscale than the Silver Lake Lodge at Deer Valley, veer left at the top of the Viking Lift and head on over to Stein Eriksen. Best thing on the menu is the burger and the garlic potato wedge fries. GOOD STUFF! As for the accommodation of the hotel, I can't speak to that but at the prices of $1500+ a night my guess the rooms are Robin Leach quality.

08/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
54. LISA M.
I love the Stein it get's no better ..the service is the some best I have ever had ...enjoy it you will take in beautiful views ..We had a four bedroom suite it was lovely ,I felt like I was at home everything was stocked the kitchen and baths are great (Molton Brown products)..They brought firewood nightly it was so cozy ..wonderful selections of coffees and teas in every bedroom and I love the bedding ,i took a pillow case off just to find out about those pillows..It was so restful after a day on the slopes

16/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
55. Jimmy B.
Yumm. Stein Burger is awesome and the caesar salad is a winner as well. Great service , scene and place to warm up on a cold ski day. Bring your platinum card though!

05/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
56. L L.
Stephanie kept our family coming back to the bar après ski again and again, and we had dinner here several times. The food is great--who doesn't love raclette?-- but it was Stephanie's friendliness, efficiency and welcome that brought us to Stein's so many times. She even brought us menu items from the posh restaurant next door on request. Try a Moscow mule-- love this place!

11/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
57. David J.
This place was incredible! 5 stars all the way. But get this: I left a pair of nice headphones in my room when I checked out (stupid, I know). I called the hotel within a couple hours of leaving to ask if they could keep an eye out for them. And after a couple of days I get a follow up call saying they were found and would be mailed out to me!!! I thought that went above and beyond. Many thanks to the housekeeping staff at the lodge. I really appreciate your integrity and follow through.

09/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
58. Erin L.
While I enjoyed my standard room and the service when I arrived was outstanding as well as the spa was wonderful there were too many other issues.
The first day and night there was banging in the room next to mine.  I called the front desk the next morning to complain.  The gentleman very coldly said that there was no one in the room next to me he knew for a fact and maybe next time I hear it I should call them to investigate.  Obviously I was hoping not to hear it again.  He was wrong as I walked out of my room there was a gentleman walking out of his room too.  
Then prior to checking in I had concierge set up to pick me up from the airport and charge my room.  No problem.  So when I left I thought I would do the same thing, that it would be simple.  Well it wasn't I got on the shuttle, and in front of all my peers the driver says okay you will pay cash, I explained I didn't have cash, I booked through my room and they were charging to my room.  He said he would have to call the hotel even though we were sitting outside of it.  As we left and started driving the driver says the hotel has no record of me.  How funny is that; and that i had to give my cc in a van full of people over the phone to their shuttle guy.  I gave him my cc and held back my anger.  
Then I get an e-mail two days later saying they must have wrote down my card wrong and need it again, so I call and have to give it to the guy again, where I tell him how frustrating this is, and he didn't seem to care.  Then to make it even funnier he e-mails me again and says he forgot to get the CCV number. Seriously at this point is it even worth charging me.  I gave him what he needed and they charged my card for the full amount.  
Then a couple days after I received an e-mail from Stein Erikson to fill out a survey, so I did and wrote all my complaints and then you have the option if you would like to be contacted about your survey, I said yes.  I was never contacted.

Overall I would have likely given it a three or even a four or five if it weren't for all the issues, and continuous dropping of the figurative ball by so many. :(

27/12/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
59. Gracie C.
This review is mainly for the SPA.  Felt extremely uncomfortable while in the spa's hot tub, steam room, and while changing... For one reason and one reason only.  I felt constantly spied on by the two openly gay towel guys.  They whispered and giggled, continually peeped in on me naked while in the steam room, hot tub, and while changing.

Listen, I was the only one in there, the towels were stocked, the water bottles were layer out, all the robes were hung up.  I was there to relax, not to be watched while I was naked.

Im not uncomfortable being in a locker-room naked around other people.  I have played college sports which make that occurrence normal...  However, this was NOT normal.  Why make a customer experience poor and uncomfortable by employing peeping toms.

I can't say anything overly positive about the rest of my visit here because the whole thing is tainted with this experience, plus being checked into a room that wasn't ready.  There was urine splatter on the floor of my rooms bathroom, and after the spa treatment, I just feel gross.

I'm here for another 4 days on business... So I guess it prolly can't get worse... I hope to god.

09/06/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
60. Melissa H.
I love Stein's. Once you understand that it really is named after Stein Eriksen himself, and you see him walking around happily-you begin to understand the history that lies within the real wood burning fireplaces, the cozy wood Norwegian architecture(exposed pine everywhere!) and the sprawling spacious grounds- you begin to see the absolute beauty the fantastic staff contributes to every time you come there.
i have had many meals there, including their famous Sunday Brunch. If ever something is not to your liking-the staff won't hesitate to go to the greatest lengths to make things perfect for you.
The service, history and extremely educated staff keeps me coming back. They are a 5 star absolutely-not because they are some big corporate resort-but because they truly understand service and are experts at providing a great experience.

11/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
61. Andy S.
This was an amazing experience.  I was there for work and left with some great impressions of how this place does it.  The room was amazing.  The service was ever-present in a non-intrusive way.

I really wanted to comment on the spa, though.  I love a good spa.  Meaning, I love my relaxation and quiet time.  Since I'm not in a habit of staying in a 5 star resort, I figured I'd get a treatment done.  

I had the Norseman Vichy and it changed my life.  The guy who did the work was amazing.  He'd been there for 10 years.  I cannot remember his name, but that should be a testament to how well he did.

Go for the hospitality and posh rooms, but stay for the awesome experience!

05/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
62. Wells N.
This review is about the seafood buffet during the summer months. I have been to this three times in three years, and after this last time, I can say with certainty, that each time I have come home with some sort of stomach issue. This combined with the overall disappointment in the quality of food are why I feel I have to give this such a low score.

Food: Average-Poor
I guess I was expecting a lot more than what I got. While the choices are vast, the quality was not what I have come to expect form a Deer Vally establishment. The eggs benedict had been under a heat lamp too long. ( this is interesting, since we were there when they opened right at 11am) and the sushi seemed like what I would get at Smiths. The desert choices seemed as thought they came from a Cost Co, not the highly trained pastry chefs of Deer Vally.

Drinks: Average
The mimosa was what I would expect from the Silly Market (a local thing on Sundays in PC), not from someplace like Stein's

Atmosphere: Classic Deer Valley
Each time, I have sat out on the deck next to the musicians. The views of the mid mountain trail and bald mountain are spectacular, and the musicians  they have had each time are wonderful. The restaurant  has that unique combination of American Western and Alpine Chateau decorating that one finds in Deer Vally.

24/07/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
63. Alexis P.
Excellent service, the food is what you need when you've been out skiing all day and who can beat their hot buttered rum at the bar?  I prefer this genuine lodge to the more hotel feel that some of the other places have.

Had a facial at their spa and their technician was very knowledgable and helpful.  I could spend a whole day in that spa.

07/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
64. Sheri S.
Beautiful! The views, the rooms, the atmosphere...all beautiful. If you have it to spend, get the upgraded room with a fireplace in the room and spa on the patio! We did not - but we're totally jealous of those in our group that did! The gym is great - more like a well equipped apartment community gym than a hotel gym.

29/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
65. Alex S.
4.5 Stars. Only reason it's not a 5 is that the lodge is showing minor signs of age that a 5 star place would not.

Pros:
~ Staff is excellent. From Valet to Front Desk to Bell Hop and Cleaning Staff. My Bell Hop asked if it was my first time at elevation and gave recommendation to help stave off altitude sickness and helped me set up my room humidifier.
~ Amenities match expectations. Massaging Hot Tub, Balcony, Keurig Coffee Machine, bath robes, slippers, Safe, 24 hour room service, shoe shine/laundry service, Spa, A real newspaper (nytimes) + standard amenities (TV, Iron, Fridge, fitness center) A non standard amenity I I found particularly useful was an umbrella especially as it rained the 1st night. as I was wondering about the lodge grounds.
~ Thoughtful room design. My bed was placed far away from the bathroom so any noise of people using late at night or early morning were not heard.
~ Access to a ridiculous amount of trails, Mountain biking and skiing all within a 5 minute walk from my room
~ Bed is awesome. You spend 1/3rd - 1/4th of travel time in one. This one was one of the best I have ever slept in.

Cons:
~ Signs of age. My humidifier stopped working halfway through the 1st night, but it started up by the morning and has been going strong. 1 of the blinds in my room does not close all the way without a little push down assistance.

~ Price. I got a corporate discount which made the price very reasonable. The standard price right off the website ($260 - $285 a night) is a little steep.

02/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
66. Carolyn M.
Opulence, to the max. This place really shouldn't be a lunch spot on the mountain, but it is, and I love it. I sat outside, in front of a beautiful glass fireplace, on a beautiful bluebird day, and I enjoyed every last sip of my $15 Moscow Mule, and every last bite of my $20 sandwich. If you're visiting Deer Valley, you should probably experience all it has to offer, and Stein Eriksen Lodge is the place to do that. If you're looking for a $10 meal on the mountain, stick to your granola bars while riding the lifts!

21/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
67. Aaron G.
We skied Deer Valley on January 20, 2013 during the Sundance Film Festival. After skiing the morning, we met friends at the lodge for lunch. The legend of the lodge was correct. It had a first class opulent look and amenities.

We requested a table for seven and were told the wait would be about a hour. Our group took seats near the fireplace and alerted the hostess where we were waiting. During the hour we continually checked in to see where we were on the list. After about 1 1/2hrs, we were the next large table to open up. We got excited to have lunch. After another fifteen minutes went by, a member of our group went to check with the hostess and was told she gave our table away. She acknowledged knowing where we were waiting and still gave the table away. We can only speculate that this being done during Sundance, somebody slipped her a substantial tip and she gave our table away.

After making our displeasure known to the staff, including the restaurant manger with no result or even apology, we were led to an outside table after one of the outside hostesses overhead what happened to us. Once outside, we had a great server and an enjoyable meal.  The food was a pretty standard lunch menu for mountain dinning. I had a burger, which was cooked to medium rare and was satisfying.

I think Stein Eriksen should be ashamed of the poor customer service provided by many in his restaurant staff. While the lodge is a nice experience, it was not worth the wait and the rude unprofessional service that was provided. We basically lost 3 hrs out of a great ski day for a sub par dinning experience. Not one accommodation was made for our trouble.

07/02/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
68. Whitney C.
The lodge is beautiful...let's just leave it at that? Unfortunately, my experience there was not as amazing as I had hoped it would be. We booked a room for a quick weekend getaway while the fall colors were still around and although it was peaceful to walk around  the grounds and sit on the patio and have a beer, the room itself is why i'm giving it two stars. We were put in a weird corner room that made it seemed cramped and not worth the $$ we were shelling out. Beyond that, it was down below the ground level so our view was of underneath a staircase :( It was also a part of this three room suite so it connected into an echoey hallway that connected to a main door and it was SO LOUD. The main door kept slamming and people talking and walking in the hallway were constant. There was a baby in one of the other rooms and the sound unfortunately carried. We were hoping for a relaxing vacation that we could enjoy but the price tag for the room and what we got out of it was just not what we had hoped. And if Vegas doesn't charge for valet, why do other hotels have to? It's $10/night.

The restaurant there is to die for. If anything, just go there to eat dinner. Had I just done that, I would have enjoyed my experience so much more!!

25/10/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
69. Jacob M.
There's a reason we keep coming back to SEL. The service is second to none, and the location cannot be beat. Looking forward to going back!

07/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
70. Tiffany W.
When two doctors get married, it's almost a guarantee that it's going to be good (wutwut).  When coupled with the gorgeous setting of Stein Eriksen, the efficient staff, and the food and amenities -- Deer Valley be hosting some super-posh wedding weekend.

While my wedding experience is pretty limited, of the ones I have been to, this place did an outstanding job.  From the rehearsal dinner to the day-after brunch, service was impeccable and the food was quite good.  The staff did a most excellent job, and always with a smile.

Overall, my rating is based on SEL's setting, amenities, and its staff (who really bring that fifth star).  I can only imagine nature's wonders during the wintertime with snowfall and whatnot.  Regardless, the views of the mountains and the mountain air surrounding the Lodge are likely magnificent year-round.  Be it summer or winter, if you've got the change to drop on a wedding ceremony et al. and are looking for a pristine mountain setting with great service, give Stein Eriksen Lodge a looksee.

19/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
71. Rodney W.
Wow.  What a place to stay.  They take care of you from the first minute.  They pay out robes,  pull down service,  chocolate on the pillow and more.  Enjoyed every minute.

07/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
72. Kevin K.
Almost always a sure bet.

It's the best burger in PCU, and the patio on a clear and sunny day is a 10 for sure.

They have a nice selection of beers - try the UNITA Tilted Smile.

Yes it's spendy. But worth every penny.

21/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
73. Jennifer S.
Absolutely beautiful place to enjoy Park City and all it has to offer!  First class all the way.  We stayed in a suite for 2 nights this week and didn't want to leave...comfortable bed, fireplaces in the bedroom and living room, hot tub on the patio...who could ask for more?  This is the BEST place to stay in Park City...hands down!

28/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
74. Shaun R.
Amazing food. Very pretty lodge, very cozy. Large areas for sitting and hanging out. Wagyu beef cutlets, caesar salad, gouda stuffed chicken were FABULOUS!

11/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
75. Lindsey K.
This review is specifically for the OMG AMAZING lunch buffet at the lodge.

I knew it would be good when we walked in and the hosts not only offered to take our jackets, but exchange our ski boots for slippers as well. Magical Stein Eriksen monogrammed slippers that make your numerous trips through the buffet comfy cozy.

I began by ordering a Bloody Mary, which was fantastic. Just the right amount of spice, hot pepper and celery garnish and a salted rim. Had I not been skiing the rest of the day there would have been a second. We all ordered the buffet, so I can't give you any information on what their menu even looks like. What I can tell you is that the buffet is fantastic! It was divided into four sections.

1. Salads, etc.:
-Beautiful fruit platter with strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, melon, pineapple and watermelon.
-5 beet salad with microgreens
- mixed greens and veggies
-Caesar salad with side of salmon, anchovies, cheese.
-bean salad with roasted garlic dressing
-cheese tray with at least half a dozen types of cheese
-cured meats
-bagel and lox station with all the trimmings
-crab, oysters and shrimp

2. Meats, pasta and Omelet station:
-The best chicken in the universe. No lie.
-Bison- looked amazing but I didn't try it.
-full omelet station with every ingredient imaginable
-pasta station

3. Hot Bar:
-Barrimundi (sp?) with quinoa
-Bison short ribs with mashed potatoes
-Baked Ziti

4. Desserts!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-peach ginger cake
-chocolate cake
-key lime tarts
-smore's bars
-rice krispie treats
-gummy bears
-assorted cookies
-chocolate decadence
-berry cobbler with whipped cream
-creme brulee
-at least 5 more types of desserts that I cannot recall.

The dessert tables were truly glorious. I felt like I was in a ski chalet version of a Willy Wonka movie. Everything I tried, which was a good portion of what they offered, was delicious. The chicken was a stand out favorite for the table. I did not get an omelet because I usually only do egg whited, but they looked delicious. The service was equally as stellar. Everyone at the lodge was so friendly and helpful. We all decided that we will be staying here instead of renting a house next year. This is definitely worth the stop if you are skiing, and worth a drive if you are in Park City.

Three cheers for the Stein Eriksen Lodge!

04/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
76. Jamie H.
I was already in awe last night when we arrived to a beautiful turn down service but to awake and have the Chef's Signature Breakfast, a Norwegian Potato & Bacon Pancake, just confirmed what I had anticipated this resort would deliver. The perfectly poached egg melted together with the Jarlsberg cheese sauce in between layers of crispy potatoes and hints of bacon have made a good start to what should be a great day on my first trip to Utah!

16/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
77. Tammy B.
The best ever place to stay.   It is so beautiful and the customer service is top notch. I love when they drive you into town and pick you up, cart all my stuff to my room, and when they turn down the beds at night they put slippers on a cloth place mat, leave a chocolate on the pillow that has Thank you written in four languages, a TV tray with additional complimentary waters, and night time tea.  The Jacuzzi on the balcony overlooking the ski run.

Best ever!!!

01/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
78. Jamie B.
Excellent place! Had lunch here on Dec 17th 2014 followed by hours of meetings with the head of the company I work for. I'd love to check out the other services this lodge offers. I believe Stein himself was onsite during our lunch. Very awesome place and atmosphere!

24/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
79. Aaron T.
Alright... If your idea of a good meal is a $75 buffet or $22 for a bowl of chili then boy have I got a recommendation for you. Located in the heart of overpriced central is the Stein Eriksen Lodge. Where the snow from your boots melts as fast as your credit card once the team here get their hands in it. Seriously, I've been to a lot of nice Hotels, however this place makes expensive joints blush with envy. The decor is gorgeous I'll give them that, but consider this a bucket list experience and check it off your list. Once. Unless that is you have a money tree in your backyard. Then have at it!

26/12/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
80. Shauna D.
Heaven on earth! Absolutly fabulous!  Superb 5 star service,  amenities, killer views  & food! As a family we have made it a Holiday tradition to stay here. We always have the best time. It's a very special place to us. I am staying here this weekend. My kids are flying in from back east so I thought I would treat them for some relaxation & fun! We always enjoy the fantastic spa! It is incredible. Very posh. Feel like a rock star here. Staff is right on top of things & very friendly & accommodating.

07/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
81. Anna T.
I had the privilege of staying in a gorgeous luxury suite with my boyfriend for a day and night. We're both in our twenties and don't dress extravagantly or drive a crazy expensive car like most people here. However, the staff treated us the same as they treated everyone else, which was outstanding (and we are great tippers). Every staff member made it a very special experience for us.

21/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
82. Jan F.
THE EPITOME of classy ski in ski out. Pricey, but with the old school clubby ambience of the way the privileged took their ski vacations.  The decorating and service were superb; the views to die for, and you don't kill yourself getting here like going to Aspen and Vail destinations! A great place for children and families.  The rooms are large with all the amenities-cleaning, turndown service etc. Happy hour jazz trio just made it even better! Don't want to forget to mention indoor and outdoor hot tubs(with waterfall)  and pool were great fun.

09/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
83. Palyn H.
Restaurant only review:

Maybe it was all the hype, but I didn't think the lunch buffet was all that, including the service. We waited several minutes after being seated for water and menus and finally had to ask for them. The server steered us toward the buffet, even though our friend and my husband expressed interest in ordering off the menu. This struck us as odd. He told us that the wait for food off the menu would be 30-40 minutes, which was useful information. But then he actively encouraged us to do the buffet instead. Less work for them, I would think...

I am currently a dairy-avoiding vegetarian and there were lots of seafood options, including some type of white fish that was on the warm table. But none was very good. If I didn't eat fish and seafood, I'm not sure what I could've had.

There was mold on several raspberries on the fruit platter. It wasn't just a little. It was a lot of mold per raspberry.

There were a lot of desserts, but they struck me as pre-fabricated or store bought. I have high standards for food and dessert in particular. I want it to be worth the calories, and these desserts were not.

Next time, I'll try one of the many other options in Deer Valley.

12/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
84. Mat A.
This was our first visit to the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer Valley, and let me say, it definitely will not be our last.  There is absolutely no question why it is Utah's only five-star resort. The atmosphere, the hospitality and the amenities set the Stein Eriksen Lodge far apart from it's competition.

On our arrival, we were greeted by Paula at the front desk.  She was happy to see us, and excited that we were making our first visit to the lodge.  Paula went out of her way to make sure we were taken care of.  We arrived a little earlier than the normal check-in time, and our room wasn't ready yet, but Paula told us to wait just a little while while our room was prepared.  I told her we were just going to go into town and grab a bite to eat and that we would be back shortly. What a cool surprise to get a call on my cell phone from Paula telling us that our room was ready and we could come and check in at anytime. I have never had this done at any hotel I have stayed at.

The room was very comfortable and had everything one would need for an overnight stay...bath gels, mouthwash, robes, slippers, water and the lodge's famous home-made granola.  Our bellman came in and lit the fireplace while we looked around the spacious King Deluxe Room.  There was even a private deck we could go out on and enjoy.  The bed and bedding was very comfortable, and my wife tells me that this is the best sleep she has had in a long long time.

We spent some time in the workout room, which had everything you needed to get in a quick workout.  There are free weights, treadmills, yoga mats, exercise balls and many weight machines.  I feel like we had a great workout. The gym even provides iced bottles of water, snacks, flavored ice water as well as chilled towels to be used at the end of your workout.

We then decided to get a couple's massage at the Stein Eriksen Spa.  This was the ultimate experience in luxury and relaxation for us.  Our two masseurs, Kristy and Ellen were very professional, and fun to have in the room.  They provided a great atmosphere for us to relax and be comfortable in. The couple's treatment room is complete with a large soaking tub, and a double shower.  We were also able to take advantage of the couple's relaxation room.

We then went to enjoy the other amenities available to us at the spa. Both the men's and the women's rooms include access to a sauna, steam room, hot and cold plunge ( I guess it is the Norwegian way to spend three minutes in the hot pool, and then three minutes in the cold plunge. I could only do about 30 seconds in the cold plunge).

The men and women also have separate relaxation rooms, stocked with snacks and water.  As I went into the men's relaxation room,  I was happy to see current newspapers, including the Times and the WSJ on the table and college basketball on the large TV.  I spent a good amount of time in here, while my wife did the same in the women's relaxation room.  While the men's relaxation room was great, I was told by my wife that it paled in comparison to the women's relaxation room (which was much larger and even had a sun room overlooking the slopes at Deer Valley.)

The Stein Eriksen Lodge is a ski-in lodge, where guests can ski down to the lifts directly from the lodge.  While we didn't ski on this trip, we were excited to see how accessible it is to the slopes.  You cannot beat Utah Snow...it really is the "Greatest Snow on Earth!"

The breakfast buffet was top-notch and had everything one could want before hitting the slopes.  From cold cereal, hash browns, eggs and fresh fruit, to smoked salmon and maple glazed bacon.  The breakfast was included in our room rate, which made it that much better.

This short stay quickly became one of the best weekends we have spent away in our almost 13 years of marriage. Great place to enjoy each other, the beautiful Utah Mountains and the amazing lodge. If you are considering a stay in Park City, I would strongly recommend a stay at the Stein Eriksen Lodge.

03/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
85. Pete K.
I don't want to be that guy. I really don't. But I just paid $15 for a shot of Jim Beam. Now, are there establishments that might possibly get away with that? Sure. Do all of those establishments offer blow jobs? Yes. All of them do.

The Jim Beam was fine. But that shit's from Kentucky. And it still ain't $15 a bottle.

27/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
86. Kelley K.
The most amazing brunch experience in Park City. Highly recommend. Awesome seafood selection, omelette bar, crepe bar, waffle bar, salads galore and desserts. Bloody Mary's were delicious as are the Moscow mules. Service was phenomenal with some always there to get you what you need. Best brunch place!!! Will definitely be back.

29/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
87. Todd S.
$20 for a kids burger, but the service and view are worth every dollar! Our server Lennox was better than good. Food tasty and overall a great way to take a break from Deer Valley ski slopes.

20/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
88. Jeremy G.
Pretty cool place!  The rooms are a bit spread out from the amenities but we loved walking around the property and the spa was great. John at the pool was awesome with the drinks and the chilled watermelon. (Summer stay).

The staff here is absolutely incredible!

The BEST turn down and housekeeping I have ever experienced.  The restaurant is always good (especially the Sunday buffet) although we experienced some semi-detached hostesses and servers, they made up for it with quality of food.

The stein also owns the restaurant Cena across the street at the chateaux hotel which was worth the visit.  Great Italian food and good prices for deer valley. The trout was delicious.

The only negs to mention are that you do have to walk outside to get to/from your room. The rooms are comfortable but the doors are hollow and you can hear everything so that might disturb light sleepers. Only the bigger suite type rooms have balconies and truly good views.  It's worth the upgrade to this as the regular rooms are kind of small comparatively.

12/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
89. Joe C.
Exceptional Service.

The prices are high, but the service is so amazing!  Wow!  This is the best hotel in all of Park City!  I will definitely stay there again!  My family and I cannot stop talking about the place.

04/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0