When I go skiing, my requirements are to be close enough to the slopes to avoid driving/shuttles and to have a kitchen to save money on food. We ended up booking our trip late and this was pretty much the only place left that fit the bill. I think for the price it was a decent deal, and we had a great trip. Still, I'm sure I could have done better with more time.
On the upside, the unit was within walking distance of the First Time, 3 Kings, and Eagle lifts. It's a bit of a hike across a busy street and the parking lot, but it still beats the shuttle or driving. The bed was pretty comfortable, and there was a very nice hot tub that was never crowded. It's also worth noting that he WiFi was very good, which is unusual in these sorts of places. It was good enough to watch Netflix during the down time, which was nice.
On, the downside, the unit was completely devoid of any of the charm one usually expects this close to a ski resort. It looked like it was last decorated in the 80s with bare minimum fixtures and appointments. The kitchen had an old electric stove on which one of the burners (the large one) didn't work. There was no dishwasher, a single tub sink and no dish drainer, so anything more complicated than frozen pizza turned into a cleanup nightmare. Heat was provided by individual baseboard heaters, which were virtually impossible to regulate. One was stuck on, so we usually had to open the sliding door to keep the temperature from becoming unbearable.
So, no regrets, but I'm unlikely to stay there again.
- Also Known As:
- Resortquest Snowcrest Condominiums Hotel Park City
- Snowcrest Condominiums Park City, Utah