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Chances are when you think back on some of your best vacations, many of the memories that go hand in hand with the adventures you enjoyed, involve the meals you devoured during your getaway. Food is the centerpiece of every celebration, every memorial, and every vacation and when your travels bring you to the mountain town of Park City, you will discover that your ski vacation may become more of an epicurean exploration of the best restaurants in Park City. Today, we at Park City Hotels have created this comprehensive dining guide to our town, and although you may not be able to experience every one on the list, we can promise that trying to do so is an admirable goal, rewarded by the comforts found in our Utah luxury escapes.

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Breakfasts of Champion Travelers

Experienced travelers know that a good breakfast is the key to being able to fully enjoy your vacation adventures, filling up their “tanks” and giving them the energy they need. This is especially true in Park City, as our guests face days filled with outdoor activities including skiing and snow boarding in the winter months and hiking, fishing, and golfing in the summer months. The following list of breakfast spots will give you exactly what you need to ensure you enjoy each adventure to the fullest.

The Eating Establishment, 317 Main Street, Open 8 AM until 5 PM Daily

Offering an elevated selection of breakfast foods, the Eating Establishment has been a local favorite for over 50 years. Also open for lunch and dinner, their menu also features vegetarian specialties, such as their Shakshuka Skillet made with zesty tomato sauce, potatoes, roasted red peppers, feta cheese and kale with toast. Their Hungry Miner skillet, however, is our favorite breakfast, made with two basted eggs, seasoned potatoes, melted cheddar cheese, onions, ham, green peppers, and mushrooms, also served with toast.

The Bridge Café, Upper Deck, 825 Main Street, Open 8 AM to 6 PM Daily

There’s a simple luxury involved with eating breakfast at any time during the day, not just during so called “breakfast hours,” and the Bridge Café is where we go when we want eggs at eight am, noon, or even five pm. Offering simple meals made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients, the Brazilian twist they add to most dishes adds an exotic flair and their Brazuca Omelet is the perfect example.

Atticus Coffee and Teahouse, 738 Main Street, Open 7 AM to 6:30 PM Daily

Book dragons (better than a book worm, we are told) may recognize the name of this next breakfast spot, and no, it is not a coincidence, the entire establishment is literary themed, and Atticus is from the owner’s mother’s favorite book, “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Serving breakfast from open until 2 PM, when the kitchen closes, the food menu isn’t large, but everything on it is destined to become your latest obsession. Sausage burritos coexist peacefully with Buddha Bowls, vegetarian delights that are made with chai tea infused oatmeal with caramelized walnuts and dried mixed berries, and bagels are blended with unusual yet scrumptious toppings, ensuring that your day starts off in the most delicious of ways.

Lunch on the Mountain

When you pay for an all-day ski pass, you don’t want to leave the mountain at midday just to eat a meal, but after all the energy you have burned on the slopes, you also don’t want to skip a meal. Fortunately, the mountain provides, and this next list of Park City restaurants are perched just off the ski trails, allowing diners to ski in, chow down, and ski out again, in close proximity to our Park City ski-in ski-out vacation rentals.

Tombstone BBQ, Located at the Base of Tombstone Express Lift, Park City Ski Resort

Open 11 AM to 3 PM and serving the best barbecue in town on a daily basis, the menu is simple, consisting of brisket, pulled pork, smoked wings, and beer. What else could you possibly need?

Miner’s Camp, Located at the Base of Silver Lode Express and Quicksilver Gondola, Park City Ski Resort

Open daily from 9 AM until 4 PM and offering a patio tent and ski beach where diners can relax in the Utah sun and dine on a limited menu of chicken pot pie, gyros, and burgers.

Royal Street Café and Bar, Deer Valley Ski Resort, Midmountain

Open from 11:30 AM until 4:15 PM daily, this menu takes midday to the next level of excitement, including such scrumptious dishes as duck & truffle fries, poke mini-tacos, and our personal favorite on a cold and snowy day, their Deer Valley Turkey Chili that is rich, spicy, and can be upgraded to a bread bowl for those who are seeking extra carbs.

Fresh Tracks Kitchen in Snow Park Lodge in Deer Valley

Open daily during ski season from 8 AM to 5:30 PM daily serving breakfast, lunch, and après ski. Offering vegetarian options including a Portabella Parm Sandwich made with crispy mushroom, parmesan cheese, provolone cheese, spicy marinara, all served on a wheat bun, carnivores need not fear that their food requirements will not be met. Offering a FTK Burger piled high with farm to table produce, white cheddar cheese, guests can also choose to add Deer Valley Turkey Chili to their plates.

Family Friendly Sunset Delights

Family vacations can be the most wonderful of experiences, but they aren’t without their stresses. Trying to find something that is appropriate for all ages, spending far too much money on activities and meals, and for parents traveling with younger children, finding restaurants that welcome children that may not always be on their best behaviors. This next group of Park City restaurants invite travelers and their families to sit down, be a little rowdy, and delight in meals that won’t break their budgets.

Big Dipper Park City, 227 Main Street, Open for Dinner Tuesday through Saturday

Kids are notoriously picky eaters, so finding a restaurant that caters to their food quirks can be a godsend. Big Dipper is a sandwich spot with an unusually large kids’ menu offering dinner specialties such as grilled cheese sandwiches, mini corn dogs, and dino nuggets. Nothing on the menu costs more than $20 and the sandwiches for adults offer exotic combinations including a sandwich called Saigon in 60 Seconds made with shaved beef, pork liver pate, jalapeños, fragrant herbs, pickled carrot and daikon, cucumber, bean sprouts, sriracha mayo and a pho dipping broth. (All sandwiches come with some sort of broth to dip your sandwiches in, hence the name)

Park City Roadhouse Grill, 1900 Park Avenue, Open Daily from 8 AM to 9 PM

Park City Roadhouse Grill is another low-cost, kid friendly restaurant that will become a memorable part of your vacation experience. Offering adult beverages that will make the parents quite happy, their kids’ menu offers pictures of every dish served, allowing your tiniest travelers the opportunity to pick what they want without you having to read the menu to them. Pizza, mac and cheese, burgers, chicken tenders, and noodles (with butter or marinara sauce) are the meal of the evening, just remind your littles to save room for dessert; the peanut butter pie of Park City Roadhouse Grill should not be skipped.

Windy Ridge Café, 1250 Iron Horse Drive, Open Daily from 11 AM to 9 PM

We are excited to offer yet another kid-friendly restaurant featuring low prices and an extensive children’s menu, Windy Ridge Café. Known for the comfort foods they offer on their regular menu, this is where you go when craving meatloaf like your grandmother used to make or chicken and biscuits that would make any Southern mama proud. Hot dogs, burgers, pizza, grilled cheese, are just some of the foods listed on the menu which also includes children’s beverages such as hot chocolate and Shirley Temples.

Special Occasions Deserve Special Occasion Restaurants in Park City

Every holiday or special occasion offers a meal as its centerpiece and if you are in town celebrating something wonderful, you don’t want a burger from McDonalds, you want to visit a restaurant that makes you feel as special as the occasion you are celebrating. This next list of restaurants in Park City will take you on a tour of haute cuisine, giving diners a memorable meal they will dream about for years to come. If you’re looking for a place to stay for the holidays, take a look at our Park City properties!

Riverhorse on Main, 540 Main Street, Open at 5 PM Daily

Starting with the workhorse of haute cuisine, Riverhorse on Main is probably the most acclaimed restaurant, not just in Park City, or in Utah, but in the entire United States. It opened for business on New Year’s Eve in 1987, we simply do not have the time to list all of the awards it has won, but we do want to tell you that the food is amazing. Offering small plates that include Nashville Quail, Oysters on a Half Shell, and an incredible A-5 Kobe beef, their Trio of Wild Game dish on their entrée menu will make you feel like you have won the lottery.

Firewood, 306 Main Street, Open 5-10 PM Daily

Firewood brings the fire to the table, serving a menu filled with sophisticated all-American classics, Firewood is a relative newcomer to the culinary scene of Park City, having opened its doors in 2016. Their menu is ever changing but guests can expect to see elegant selections that are delivered in courses. Wagyu Sautee, Pear & Radish, and Elk Loin Au Poivre are just a few examples of what you can expect from each of the courses, but remember, this menu is in perpetual flux, changing with the seasons, so when you visit, don’t be surprised to find an entirely new selection of epicurean delights.

The Viking Yurt, At the Top of the Crescent Lift, Open Daily at 11 AM

It isn’t just the menu that wows, it is the entire dining experience that begins with a 25-minute sleigh ride to the top of the Crescent Lift. Led by a red tractor instead of horses, the stars will shine brightly, the snow will glow under the moonlight, and the views of Park City at night will burrow their way into your heart. The menu of the Viking Yurt, however, is a carefully curated one that takes diners on a journey of Nordic wonders and from your first mug of Glogg (a non-alcoholic berry cider) to the lobster and salmon bisque, to the braised beef short ribs, and the final course, the dessert course, which features a stunning Marzipan and Valrhona chocolate cake complimented by vanilla cardamom ice cream and chocolate medallion.

Taste the World

Park City has come a long way from its humble silver mining days and as people from all over the world find their way to our doorstep, these international restaurants keep their interest as they entice travelers to try something new.

Grappa, 151 Main Street, Open Every Day from 5 PM to 10 PM

Classic Italian dishes are the food of the day at Grappa, a fine dining Italian restaurant located in the heart of historic downtown Park City. Their Lobster Fregola Sarda is our favorite meal, but feel free to choose any of their Italian classics for your own favorite dish.

Dos Olas, 2417 W High Mountain Road, Open Every Day from 11 AM to 9 PM

The Southwest is famous for their authentic Mexican food and Dos Olas offers an elevated take on traditional Mexican dishes. All we ask is that you don’t ask us to choose a favorite; we love everything on the menu!

Shabu, 442 Main Street, Open Every Day from 5 PM to 10 PM

Serving what they call freestyle Asian cuisine, this next level restaurant offers an extensive menu of Asian favorites, their Mojo Rising, created with Szechuan chicken sausage, galbi, rice noodles, Panang curry, jalapeño oil, Thai basil, and scallions, will take guests to new horizons of taste.

The Kitchen of Your Park City Hotels Sanctuary

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When you visit a very popular vacation destination, you know to expect long lines, long waits, and crowds in every spot, but what if we could give you guidance on how to avoid all or most of the above during your Park City getaway? Our first clue is in the title at the top of this page, the insider’s guide to Park City, and as we at Park City Hotels take a few moments from your day, showing you Park City from OUR point of view, we also invite you to enjoy your life like the locals and escape to Utah from your home base of our luxurious and stylish sanctuaries. We can’t promise that you won’t have to wait in any long lines or that the wait times at our favorite restaurant will always be short, but we can promise that this comprehensive guide to the top local hot spots will give you a peek into a Park City that you may not have known existed!

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Day 1: The Joy of Park City

Today, as most days, starts with a delicious breakfast at one of our town’s best kept secrets, Wasatch Bagel & Grill. Located at 1300 Snow Creek Drive, even during its most crowded times, the people who will be “joining” you for breakfast will more than likely be our neighbors, friends, and local workers. Open from 7 AM until 10 PM every day, you can also return for sandwiches at lunch and burgers for dinner, but for today’s purposes, we want to talk about their breakfasts. Hearty enough to support a day of skiing, hiking, or any tourist things, guests can expect to enjoy meaty omelets, authentic huevos ranchero, and, of course, an extensive selection of bagels and toppings.

Bloods Lake

Now that you are sufficiently fortified for the day’s events, (or at least the morning) we are going to take this first day of travel to introduce you to the joyfully beautiful part of Park City and its serene and natural landscape with a visit to Bloods Lake. Located about 20 minutes outside of the Park City center, the road to Bloods Lake is one that we often recommend road trips be taken on, the scenic Guardsman Pass. The hike to Bloods Lake is an easy one, taking visitors through some of our most beautiful landscape, and when you reach its clear blue waters on a summer day, paradise will be revealed. No one is quite sure of how this oasis in the middle of the forest got its name. Perhaps it is linked to former Governor Henry Blood, who served in office from 1933-1941. We don’t know for sure, but we can promise that there is no resemblance of blood in or surrounding the lake, and that a summer morning spent here is best enjoyed with a raft that you can fold away and put in your backpack.

Park City SUP, 1375 Deer Valley Drive S

If you haven’t gotten your fill of the water on this first day of your summer getaway to Park City, it may be time to explore some stand up paddleboarding adventures with Park City SUP. Offering one-hour classes at Pebble Beach in Deer Valley, they also offer tours at Jordanelle Reservoir and half river trips on the Weber or Provo Rivers. Few tourists actually think about SUP as a vacation option, so whether you are taking a class or a tour, chances are the students or guests in your group live and work right here in their Park City hometown.

Dinner at Baan Thai Cuisine & Bar, 710 Main St. Suite 3-103

Once the sun has set and you are beginning to feel more than a little waterlogged, you may want nothing more than a good meal and to relax at home in your Park City Hotels haven of peace and serenity, and if you like Thai food or are willing to try it for the first time, Baan Thai Cuisine & Bar is one of our favorite hidden gems. Open every day from 1 PM until 9 PM and serving traditional Thai food created from locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, this low key restaurant may be one you feel the need to return to more than once during your stay.

Day 2: Seeking a Different Type of Souvenir

For most travelers the second best thing about Park City vacation, running closely behind eating, is souvenir shopping, but if you are an avid travelers, how many magnets, coffee mugs, or Christmas decorations do you really need? Today, we would like to explore different options for bringing home souvenirs, visiting shops where you can create your own, filling your vacation minutes with fun and excitement. Breakfast this morning is up to you, maybe preparing it yourself in the fully equipped kitchen or planning a visit Mochinut Donut Park City, located at 1241 Center Drive Suite L-150, where they serve a Japanese inspired mochi donut which is a cross between a rice cake and an American donut.

Red Flower Studios, 1755 Bonanza Drive Unit B

As you dip in and out of the shops and galleries that dot the landscape of Park City, you are sure to see many beautiful items that you can’t wait to take home, but if you really want a souvenir that will make your heart smile, why not make it yourself at Red Flower Studios? This is where we go when we just need a couple of hours to ourselves and want to set free our creative side, as the owner/artist offers classes in the art of glass. Make your own glass ornament, cup, bowl, vases or more under the wise tutelage of experienced artists, and in 24 hours, the piece you poured your blood, sweat, and tears into the making will be available for pickup.

Paint Fusion Park City, 6699 N Landmark Drive Suite M105,

Offering the opportunity to paint any of the 100 pieces of pottery the shop offers, using whatever color scheme you love, or to create pieces of art made from fused glass, Paint Fusion Park City may provide the perfect activity to enjoy on a rainy or stormy day, something that most travelers never think about doing. Instead of following the crowds to movie theaters or bowling alleys, you and your family can spend a day creating beauty and bringing joy to your hearts. We can just about guarantee that no one else will bring a piece of hand painted pottery home from vacation and as you step into the calming environment and out of the noise and confusion that surrounds you, you will feel the noises in your brain begin to quiet.

Kimball Art Center, 1251 Kearns Boulevard

The Kimball Art Center sells stunning works created by talented artists but it also offers a large selection of art classes, many of which will fit easily into your Park City vacation schedule. Offering over 300 classes every year, including ones that recur weekly and ones that accept drop in students, visitors can learn to paint with watercolors, how to draw figures, throw pottery, and so much more. Even offering children’s art classes for kids 3 and up, the Kimball Art Center can be where your greatest Utah souvenirs are created.

This Day Just Keeps Getting Better

Bringing the color of your artistic adventures to the dinner table, Tarahumara, located at 1300 Snow Creek Drive P, is where the locals go when they want some truly excellent Mexican food. All Mexican food is not created equal and this special spot offers curbside pick up if you are simply too tired to consider dining out. Offering an authentic taste of your South of the Border favorites, the vibe of Tarahumara is casual and laidback and the bill won’t bring you a bit of sticker shock which is not something we can often say about Park City restaurants. The name comes from a people who lived in Chihuahua, Mexico and the foods served mostly come from the northern part of the country. Their salsa bar features 20 types of salsas prepared fresh every day and we at Park City Hotels are doing our best to try every flavor.

Day 3: A Mixed Bag of Wonderful

Up until this point we have been trying to keep some sort of theme for each day, giving our guests, our favorite people, an idea of how they can fill their Park City getaway minutes while staying off the beaten path. We give you the opportunity to pick or choose, it isn’t necessary to strictly follow our guides, especially as their may be activities that just don’t appeal to you. But on the 3rd day of your Park City adventures, we want to give you an idea of some of the more unusual things you can explore. Breakfast today is left up to you; we figure that by now you have probably begun to get the rhythm of the mountains and know what interests you and where to go to get it, so let’s skip the meal portion and begin today’s local’s only escapades. Stay in one of our Park City downtown hotels for the ultimate convenience!

Rancho Luna Lobos, 4733 Browns Canyon Road in Peoa

Peoa was once a farmers’ community where produce was grown and sold to Park City Miners and the land is still fertile and lush. Located just 14 miles outside of Park City, Peoa is also home to one of the most unusual of our hidden gems, Rancho Luna Lobos, a place where lost and abandoned dogs are rescued and dog sledding is an everyday activity. Yes, you read that right, today we are going to explore dog sledding opportunities and the chance to ride mush on a dog sled is one experience you will never forget. The dogs are key to the success of this beautiful sanctuary, and although not every dog will get to pull a sled, there is a home for every dog that needs one, and we try to visit as often as we can, especially when there are puppies to meet!

Ski with a Champion

If you are here in the winter, you are probably going to spend at least one day on the slopes, so although that isn’t really an off the beaten path adventure, being able to ski with champion skiers is something different. There are six different Olympic Champions on staff at Deer Valley Ski Resort, and visitors can choose between half day and all-day ski experiences that are not ski lessons. Participants must be at least 7 years old, and if you are doing this for your kiddo, there is a release that must be signed, but since the maximum group size is six, why not consider going along for the ride? For more information, check out our skiing guide!

Midway Ice Castles, 2002 Olympic Drive in Midway

Located just about 25 minutes outside of Park City your winter visit may need to include a visit to the Midway Ice Castles, a popular attraction for locals, but they do let tourists visit as well! Started as a way to keep his kid’s occupied during the long winter months in Utah, there are castles, slides, tunnels, and caves all constructed from ice, Midway Ice Castles brings fairytales to life and is as magical for adults as it is for the children.

The Last Meal in Paradise

On your last night in the paradise we call Park City, it is time to enjoy a dinner and a show with a visit to Prime Steak House and Piano Bar. Located at 804 Main Street, guests can savor thick and juicy steaks as pianists accompany their gourmet experience, creating memorable moments that they won’t want to forget. If this is your last night in Park City, be sure to raise a toast to an experience that has been fulfilling, exciting, and unlike any you have ever experienced before.

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All Roads Leads to Park City Hotels

Every adventure begins with your stay in our comfortable and luxurious Park City, Utah Hotels vacation sanctuaries and every road leads back to the spaces you will make your own. Reserve your favorite escape today!

The communities that make up Park City all have something special and unique that makes them an integral part of any traveler’s vacation, and Park City Hotels offers properties in the best of the best. When you share the name of the town you love, you want to make a good impression on the people who may not have visited before. We can’t help it, it’s just the way we are made! Today, we want to take a few minutes out of your day to discuss the beauty, charm, and amenities offered at Black Bear Lodge in Deer Valley. Offering a rustic luxury that blends sophistication and simplicity at the same time, your stay in any of our Black Bear Lodge escapes is destined to provide the cornerstone for a vacation that you will wish never had to end! This guide to this Deer Valley complex located in the shadow of the ski lifts will give you options to anticipate in the days, weeks, and months leading up to your Utah escape to the mountains!

Standing Out While Blending In

Springing from the landscape with rustic beauty, the wood, glass, and stone of the Black Bear Lodge buildings have managed the art of standing out while still blending in. The main entrance provides a touch of whimsy and irony, as a carved wood bear greets each guest with a snowboard in hand. What is the irony you wonder? Deer Valley Ski Resort is a ski resort only, and snowboarding is not permitted. (Of course, snowboarders can enjoy the terrain of Park City Ski Resort which isn’t that far away!) The Black Bear community meanders along the Park City landscape, each building filled with residences containing simple luxuries and all the comforts of home.

Before we enter the spaces that Park City Hotels offer, however, we urge you to walk along the sidewalks of the community, breathing deep the fresh mountain air and listening to the whispering of pine trees stirring in the breeze. Soon you will find yourself standing outside the wood and stone gates of one of their most popular amenities. A crystal-clear pool, heated for your comfort anchors the space, and in one corner, a community hot tub bubbles happily under blue skies. A propane grill rests in another corner of the space, meant to be used by guests, while the patio table provides a place to enjoy your fresh grilled meal.

Inside, a community fitness center helps guests burn off some of their excess energy while ensuring that no matter how many rich meals you consume during your Utah adventures, you will still fit nicely into your ski clothes! Located on the free shuttle route travelers can get around town without having to put a strain on their bank accounts, but if a road trip is desired, the heated underground garage will ensure that your car stays warm, dry, and ready for adventure at a moment’s notice. Located mid-mountain, guests can be on the lifts and soon after, on the slopes within minutes of leaving the complex and a ski storage area will be much appreciated during the cold and fun days of the winter months.

Just a Peek

Now that you have experienced an in-depth tour of the Black Bear in Deer Valley and all its amenities, it is time to take a peek inside our Park City Hotels homey residences. Offering a rustic cabin appeal with the sophisticated elegance of a New York City penthouse apartment, these spaces are built to spoil. Fireplaces built of stone take up a large part of the wall opposite comfortable furnishings, and above the mantels, guests will find the state of the televisions that will provide moments of entertainment during down times. Dining tables surrounded by enough seats for every seat in your traveling party are where games will be played and meals will be eaten, and modern kitchens provide encouragement to stay in, cook a meal, and maybe enjoy a cozy night at home on a snowy Utah night. Fully equipped with updated appliances, including small appliances like toasters and coffee makers, these spaces are the heart of the condo. At night, when the black skies are dotted with the twinkling of a billion stars, our bedrooms will provide the nightlife you crave, promising deep sleep and happy dreams for all who reside within. Throughout all the rooms, mountain chic décor and large windows that provide unobstructed views of the landscape and the mountains just outside, remind occupants that life is better when you are in the mountains!

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The communities that can be found throughout the neighborhoods of Park City all offer something that enhances the region, especially the ones in which our Park City Hotels offer homes and condos. Built to withstand the winter cold and reflect the stunning landscape that surrounds them, every place we offer is destined to enhance your vacation experience! Today, we want to talk about the Arrowleaf community, one that is located within a short distance of Deer Valley and offers 2- and 3-bedroom residences that will bring joy to your stay. Every day will be a new adventure when you choose Arrowleaf in Park City for your sanctuary, and this guide will show you all the reasons why.

Sophistication on the Mountain

Mountain homes often tend to go for a rustic charm, amplifying the beauty of the area while keeping life simple on the inside, but Arrowleaf properties have always tended towards elegant sophistication. The clubhouse does offer wood floors and dark wood beams, but the chairs gathered in front of the large stone fireplace are all modern, offering a puffy jacket style that is comfortable and stylish. The lighting options in said building are glass and chrome, with some hanging lamps actually resembling selfie lights that all the influencers require for equipment, and the artwork on the walls is simple—a set of old wood skis photographed at close range and cut into a triptych that hangs on the wall over the pool table. Inside, travelers will find a coffee and hot cocoa bar, plenty of comfortable seating, and complimentary Wi-Fi for those who like to sit, scroll, and savor quiet moments amidst fellow travelers. The ski storage room, built to resemble the lockers of an exclusive country club, offers wood lockers, benches, and pegs to hold your warm coats while preparing for your ski adventures.

Outside, the Arrowleaf at Empire Pass does feature a rustic charm with stone walls, iron gates, and wood and glass structures seeming to grow from the ground, much like the trees that shade the community. An outdoor common area is often filled with laughing and chattering groups of skiers, waiting for their families to be ready to hit the slopes, and the community hot tubs present a wonderful way to stay warm and keep your muscles loose and limber. New friendships are often made in these bubbling bodies of water, which are somehow even more soothing and fun when the snow is piled on the landscape! Throughout the community, firepits are popular spots after a long day of skiing, (Deer Valley only permits skiers, no snowboarding is allowed) and as the chairlifts cut through the buildings, it’s ok to call out a friendly hello to the skiers riding above you! Shuffleboard is another game that can be played at Arrowleaf, but if you choose to just walk along the sidewalks on a snowy evening or as the sun sets in the summer months, no one will judge you for avoiding the shuffleboard tables!

Concierge services are available for travelers, perhaps guiding visitors to the best restaurants, offering transportation suggestions, or even helping guests to find a personal chef. Parking is free at Arrowleaf and can be in the private areas, or in the heated garages that keep your car warm, dry, and ready for a road trip adventure at a moment’s notice. Every attention is paid to every detail and guests that choose an Arrowleaf sanctuary for their Park City Hotels lodging will feel pampered and spoiled!

Sneak a Peek into Comfort at Arrowleaf Park City

This guide is dedicated to showing travelers all the reasons the Arrowleaf at Empire Pass may be the only one they want to stay in, and offering a sneak peek into the residences we offer there will help guests make their final decisions. Offering fully equipped kitchens with updated appliances, comfy living rooms with stone fireplaces providing warmth and romance, and dining rooms that will be the center of most family activities, our havens manage to combine a sophisticated style and homey ambiance at the same time.

Relax in overstuffed reading chairs as the fire crackles and snow falls to the ground outside; the views framed in walls of windows will make you think of a Norman Rockefeller scene, and when you and your family are added to the picture, you are sure to think this vacation is the best ever! Spending an hour or so happily submerged in the fragrant waters of the bath you ran, sipping chardonnay and savoring the soft music playing in the background, you will soon find that even the travelers with the worst sleep issues will find their joy in our alpine bedrooms! At night, your sleep will be deep, and your dreams will be happy as you drift off into oblivion, tucked away in warm beds that make you feel safe and secure.

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Park City has been through many incarnations during its time as a town, but at its heart, it is a mountain town, meant to be enjoyed on the slopes. The properties we offer at Park City Hotels reflect that mountain heart! Springing out of the earth as if a part of nature and yet still providing a stunning contrast to the mountains that stand guard over our town, every community we “build” in offers something that is uniquely Park City, and even more uniquely, an example of how we take care of our guests. Today, we want to start at the beginning of the alphabet, visiting the community of Apex in Park City and exploring the amenities, luxuries and comforts the condos we offer for rent have to offer. As you take a tour of words, remember: When your first name is Park City, you have a responsibility to uphold the charm and style of the town, and Park City Hotels is proud to do just that!

Luxury Matters

Apex is a relatively new community in Park City, having been constructed in 2017, and although it may not have the historical details that some of our Main Street properties do, choosing Apex Residences in Park City will give travelers that touch of luxury that makes life special. Built of wood and glass, it appears a part of the mountains at Canyon Village, and its spot high on the mountain ensures that the views you will enjoy from the properties we offer there will never be eclipsed. Apex is defined as the top or highest part of something and no condos will be built above them! Offering a ski-in/ski-out lifestyle in the winter months, thanks to the resort-style pool, it is also an excellent summer escape. Heated pools can be used much of the year and although many of our Apex rentals also offer private hot tubs, the community hot tub is still a welcome addition to your vacation amenities! The clubhouse of Apex can be utilized by residents and guests, and its fitness center, steam room, sauna, and game room will ensure that every minute of your stay will be filled with fun and relaxation, especially if you are sipping cocktails in the lounge or receiving spa treatments at the Apex spa. Garages that are heated keep vehicles warm and dry and ready for a road trip at a moment’s notice and in the winter, a free shuttle, the Canyons Village Connect is available for quick rides around town! Concierge services can arrange for private transportation if you prefer, however, as well as providing personal chefs at additional fees.

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The best part of the community, however, may be the condos we provide for travelers from all over the world. Offering 3 or 4 bedrooms and an equal number of baths, these stylish units are modern, sophisticated, and still manage to reflect the beauty of the mountains that surround them. Spacious and warm, the kitchens are the heart of the homes, but the dining rooms may be the center of all family activity! Gather around large tables with your family, playing games, chatting, and devouring meals or start a fire in the living room, settling down on a snowy night with a good book, a great glass of wine, and a few hours stretching out ahead of you to fill with the magic that always accompanies the stories on the pages written by your favorite authors. Decks that look out over the mountains will provide bird’s eye views that will sneak into your soul and make a home there. Some of our condos will offer private hot tubs, others may provide multiple fireplaces, (including one in the primary suite) and all will offer gourmet kitchens that will encourage guests to cook at least a few meals at home.

Bedrooms are havens of peace and comfort offering premium beds, televisions, sitting areas, and en suite baths with soaking tubs or showers with multiple shower heads. Storage rooms for your skis will help you keep skis out of the way and ensure that the floors stay dry in public spaces and washers and dryers stacked behind closet doors will allow you to pack light and save room in your luggage for the souvenirs you purchase in historic downtown Park City. Every space is designed with your comfort in mind and every day spent in an Apex property will be your favorite.

Apex Residences in Park City

However you spend your time in Park City, coming home every evening to the comforts found in our Apex abodes will make memories you will never forget! Reserve your favorite sanctuary today and discover all the reasons Park City Hotels is the first choice in vacation accommodations and why Apex in Park City may be the perfect choice for you and your family.