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Park City, Utah

The Sky Lodge

Want to party in Park City, Utah? Then stay at The Sky Lodge, which is the prime location for you! The Sky Lodge is a 33-unit boutique hotel is in the heart of Park City’s historic Old Town District. It’s a wonderful property from the penthouse to the underground, (yes, underground) spa.
The penthouse is particularly lavish. It covers the entire top floor and has a wrap around patio overlooking Main Street. During the Sundance Film Festival, you can keep your eye on the activities from your own luxurious vantage point. On the deck overlooking Main Street is the hot tub. You are literally right above restaurants Zoom and Easy Street.

Not ready for a penthouse? Then take one of the other units, each with its own patio and multi-person hot tub. The rooms are romantic, deluxe units with their own patio, and hot tub. You can also ask for a couple’s hot tub turndown service, that includes getting your hot tub ready, and putting out the champagne and chocolates for you and your favorite person!

Need more room than a single unit? Well, The Sky Lodge is still for you. We suggest that you and family take one of the 33 luxurious suites which have up to three-bedrooms. The suites all come with a total condominium package. The furnishings are elegant yet modern, including an 8-person dining room table. There are full kitchens, including a wine refrigerator as well as the Cuisinart coffee makers. Living rooms are comfortable with flat screen TVs, leather couches, modern art on the walls, fireplaces and even Bose sound systems. The bedrooms also have these several amenities.

Japanese style doors open into the huge bathroom with wardrobes, a center room bathtub with water that flows down from the ceiling, a double-headed shower and Aveda products. You and your family will want to plan ahead for this deluxe vacation spot!

The Amatsu Spa at The Sky Lodge

The Amatsu Spa at The Sky Lodge is like going from old west to modern Japan. The spa features Japanese style treatment rooms with sliding doors covered in rice paper which are entered from the zen sand garden. The treatment rooms are simplistic in their design and inspire relaxation. You’ll want to spend all day inside the relaxation room as you sip on tea and thumb through Buddhist self help books.

Before or after your treatment, slip into one of the traditional Ofuro baths. These handmade, wooden baths are filled with pure water and allow for peaceful contemplation and cleansing the body and the mind.

The variety of original treatments is impressive and includes Bamboo-Koi Massage, and treatments using Zents personalized Essential Massage Oils.

Easy Street

Easy Street is the on-site restaurant for The Sky Lodge and is a full service, breakfast, lunch and dinner restaurant. Underneath Easy Street is Bar Bohome, which is the lounge area of this historical property. The building is the beautifully restored Utah Coal & Lumber building, a historic landmark. Both venues are very French in their décor and feeling. Easy Street is more formal with a grand open kitchen that sits in the center of the dining room. Bar Bohome has a more intimate, dark interior. The low ceiling and wood paneling are perfect for hiding out and consuming your favorite cocktails. Executing the culinary program at The Sky Lodge is Executive Chef Scott Boberek.

Sky Blue

On the roof of The Sky Lodge sits one of the best bars in the United States. With views of the Wasatch Mountains, three local ski resorts, and Old Town Park City, Sky Blue offers outdoor seating with fire pits and a hot tub. Yep, you can be at the bar, in the middle of Park City, seated in a hot tub. In addition to this ambiance, you can drink some of the best-made drinks in the country. Sky Blue consistently wins national mixology competitions. Most recently it was voted “Best Spot to Drink In the View” by USA Today. The bar offers a menu of delicious small plates and does a weekend Grill Menu which includes casual fare.

In anticipation of another great ski season this winter in Park City, groups of friends and families need not look any further than The Sky Lodge’s “Double Black Diamond” package. This package includes four nights in a two-bedroom Sky Suite, and lift tickets for up to four people to enjoy Park City Mountain Resort or Deer Valley. Guests can look forward to relaxing in their private outdoor hot tub on their deck or at the rooftop bar, Sky Blue.

The Sky Lodge’s “Double Black Diamond” package is available for $699.99 per night (taxes and fees not included), based on a 4-person occupancy. What’s great about the package deal is that it includes lift tickets for four guests.
435.658.2500 | www.theskylodge.com

The Stein Eriksen Lodge

The Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City is the quintessentially exclusive, classic ski lodge. This is where the rich and famous hang out. It’s a five-diamond, five-star resort with a spa that is off the hook. The Stein Eriksen Lodge is the four‐time number one ski resort according to the readers of SKI Magazine.

Stein Eriksen is a world-renowned skier who started Deer Valley Resort and the lodge. The lodge used to be very difficult to get into, but with the recent additions of other lodges, such as the St. Regis, Montage and the Waldorf Astoria into Park City, the Stein Eriksen is becoming more available.

Located just outside of town in the mid-mountain area of Deer Valley Resort, Stein Eriksen Lodge has 180 rooms including 68 suites. Recently the lodge invested millions in upgrading the already impressive rooms adding double capacity to their wireless network and converting to flat screen, HD televisions. The rooms are set up like a home away from home with large living areas, fully equipped kitchens and onsite laundry. The hotels offers world-class hospitality, ski-in/ski-out, ski valet, twice daily maid service and full-service concierge. This is a beautiful, classic old-world lodge with all the amenities you will need…and more!

The Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge

The readers of Condé Nast Traveler recently rated the Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge the No. 1 Resort Spa in the continental United States. The spa is truly a marvel. The surrounding mountains inspire its architecture and design. Designers of the Spa have used natural elements such as copper, water, stone in its construction, and then added rich fabrics for accents. In each of the 16 treatment rooms there are handcrafted naturally detoxifying salt lamps, which heal and sooth.

Signature treatments, such as The Great Salt Stone Therapy, the Pigment Balancing Facial, and the Hike Boot Relief treatment are unique to the mountain spa and are the creation of Spa Director, Jill VanAusdal. A full line of locally crafted products featuring indigenous ingredients such as cedar and sage are used to invigorate the body and at the same time, lower tension and stress levels. In addition to customized treatments, every guest may also enjoy expanded fitness facilities and a year-round heated pool, which has breathtaking mountain views.

Glitretind Restaurant

The Glitretind Restaurant at the Stein Eriksen Lodge is an extremely elegant restaurant. Absolutely gorgeous. It sits on the slope-side of the mountain and is known as a fine dining, luxurious hot spot. The restaurant features an extraordinary menu created by Zane Holmquist, Executive Chef & Director of Food & Beverage Operations for Stein Eriksen Lodge Management Corporation. Holmquist joined the Stein Eriksen Lodge food and beverage team in 2000 and was promoted to executive chef in 2001. Prior to the Lodge, he served as executive chef and food and beverage manager for the Goldener Hirsch Inn in Park City. The Glitretind was the only restaurant in Park City to win, (last year) the Santé Restaurant award, which is a prestigious industry award.

The ambiance can be categorized as mountain elegance and the ideal place to impress business clients or a proposal of marriage. The menu consists of standouts such as Tuna Crudo, Roasted Poulet Rouge Chicken and Hawaiian Barrumundi. The Four-Star, Glitretind Restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner and weekly for Sunday brunch.

In addition to the beautiful mountainside ambiance, and the remarkable menu, is the wine program at the Glitretind Restaurant. Cara Schwindt is the Wine Director and Sommeliére. The Lodge’s 10,000-bottle wine cellar holds one of the largest and most varied collections in Utah. Clearly it can cater to the most discriminating clientele.

Both Chef Zane and the Sommelier, Cara, have food and wine blogs for your information and enjoyment.

435.649.3700 | www.steinlodge.com

Zoom Restaurant

Zoom Restaurant is located next door to The Sky Lodge in the historic Union Pacific Depot building. Robert Redford started the restaurant, hence the name and the décor which uses many photographs of movie stars as they enjoy the environs of Park City. Great food, ambiance and wine make this a constant hot spot. Try the ribs!
www.zoomparkcity.com

High West Distillery and Saloon

High West Distillery and Saloon is located in the former home of master carpenter Ellsworth Beggs, in the heart of Old Town, Park City — right next to the city gondola. This is a wonderful Old West style place to sip whiskey and while doing so, imagine yourself as a thirsty cowpoke. While comfort food is served, the thing to do at High West is to taste the variety of whiskeys created onsite.
www.highwest.com

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