This hotel's greatest asset is its staff. They are all very professional, helpful and friendly. The doormen/bellhops and shuttle drivers stood out among the most helpful and friendly, which is important since they were always there to welcome you and make conversation when getting a lift into town.
The hotel's location may seem odd, but depending on your needs and what you're doing, it can actually be quite ideal. It's not "right in town" in Park City, and it's not slope-side. However, with three ski resorts right around town, and several more within an hour or so drive, unless you're planning on skiing at one particular resort, this hotel makes a great "home base." The hotel runs a shuttle that is either always there or never too far away, and the free city bus (your hotel taxes help to fund it) picks up right outside, runs frequently, reliably and until fairly late at night. Either option can easily get you to Park City's Main Street or to any of the three nearby ski resorts. Additionally, there are some places to eat, drink and shop for convenience items (including beer and liquor) within easy walking distance.
The common areas of the hotel have been remodeled somewhat recently and have a great contemporary mountain vibe, especially the lobby and front desk. The indoor pool and hot tub are very nice. The fitness center is somewhat minimal. The hotel rooms are nice enough, but appear to be soon due for some remodeling. The are very comfortable (awesome beds and linens) and exceptionally clean (the bathrooms are immaculate), but some of the furnishings and decor could be updated. The televisions are giant and appear to be brand new. Ever stay I've had in this hotel revealed noisy floorboards, even with the carpet, and can be especially noticeable if there's people walking in the room above you, so third (top) floor might be best for anyone sensitive to noise. The rooms aren't particular spacious, but they're comfortable and serve the purpose well. The heating and cooling system is very quiet and works awesome. I don't know if the staff is tasked with going through the trash from the rooms to pull recyclables, but it seems senseless that there's no recycle containers in the rooms, especially with all of the bottled water that gets consumed by visitors at this altitude.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Embark on an unforgettable adventure at the Park City Marriott. The Marriott Park City is the landmark choice of Park City, Utah hotels, offering majestic views of the surrounding Wasatch Mountains and world-class comfort in the heart of ski country. Experience the area’s rich recreation by day, then retreat to the warmth and convenience of full-service luxury. With its luxurious guestrooms, savory restaurant, and relaxing atrium-style pool, this three-star Park City hotel provides exceptional comfort in a picturesque setting. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Marriott Park City Hotel Park City
- Park City Marriott
- Marriott Park City Utah