I would for sure stay here again. My family (2 adults, 3 kids ages 11, 9, and 5) stayed in a two bedrooms residence and the other family that we traveled with stayed in a two bedroom sky suite. The residence was much bigger and the family traveling with us wished they would have upgraded. All kids were between 11 and 5 of age.
The 2 bed residence had 2 large balconies with hot tubes on each which our kids used every day after skiing. It also had granite counter tops, full kitchen, wine fridge, awesome coffee maker, washer and dryer. It had two king size beds and a queen sleeper sofa. Each bedroom had a fireplace as did the living room.
We ordered room service for breakfast twice and dinner once. The food (from Tavern restaurant) was fine. We stayed on the 4th floor (unit 406) which was very nice because SkyBar was just down the hall and we could to get drinks anytime we wanted and drop in to get a break from the kids for short times if need be. The outdoor part of SkyBar was great with ample seating, big outdoor fire place, great views of the city and mountains and an elevated large hot tub. SkyBar is only open Wednesday to Sunday, FYI.
I got massage downstairs at the Spa, deep tissue / sports and it was very good, not overly expensive.
No need to rent a car here. We shuttled over from SLC airport. And then once at SkyLodge they have two vans that can shuttle you anywhere you need to go. We used the shuttle to go back and forth to Deer Valley everyday and used it a few times for dinner. We never waited more than 3 minutes, very easy. Being in the middle of Park City is super nice as you can walk to dinners and to other things like the Park City Museum. We did not ski Park City, but the town lift is very short walk from the hotel.
Best thing about the SkyLodge was Michael at the front desk. He went above and beyond on anything we needed, whether a dinner reservation or suggestion, getting us complimentary bottle water, getting the shuttle to take the wives to the grocery store the afternoon we arrived, whatever.
One thing to consider, if you are traveling with another family and would consider all staying in one large residence, they have a couple 3 bedroom residences on the 5th floor. We toured one and it would have worked for our group the way it is set up. It was huge, two levels, and likely would have been less money, so consider that if traveling with another family.
I would recommend SkyLodge and it is hard for me to imagine a better ski set up for a family with kids our age.
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- Soho meets the mountains at the best address in Park City, Utah. The Sky Lodge, a luxury boutique hotel like no other in the Mountain West, inhabits the heart of historic Old Town at the corner of Main Street and Heber Avenue. The Sky Lodge's every detail, every vista, every service, every interaction, every bite was thoughtfully created and is meticulously polished each day with you in mind. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Sky Hotel Park City
- Sky Hotel Park City
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