We had some Hilton points that were about to expire and I like to ski so we decided to book a couple of free nights with points at the Waldorf Astoria at The Canyons. Here are the pros and cons of our stay:
- The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful in a genuine way. When I ran into the receptionist during the course of my stay, he always greeted me by name. Other staff members were equally welcoming and fun to be around.
- The hotel was beautifully decorated with understated Restoration Hardware colors of charcoal, olive, cream and dashes of crystal chandeliers throughout.
- The Canyons ski area was a 5 minute gondola ride away and the staff were happy to drive guests across the road to the gondola entrance. (I walked but some people might find that hard to do in ski boots.)
- I had one of the best massages of my life at their Golden Door Spa. If you go, be sure and request a deep tissue massage with James.
- I really disliked the Waldorf Astoria's mandatory $25/day "resort fee". It should be built into the room price if it is a mandatory fee otherwise, this is just a dishonest ploy to make their room prices appear less than they really are.
- No self parking. They only have valet parking but that is complimentary due to paying the resort fee.
- Their Ferragamo "Tuscan Soul" toiletries were rather cheesy and even I, a self avowed hotel toiletry enthusiast, didn't want to take any of it home.
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- Also Known As:
- Waldorf Astoria Park City Hotel Park City
- Waldorf Astoria Park City Utah