Being remodeled, what we say was very nicely done. Pool, hot tub closed being remodeled! Garage, free, parking! Even replacing unit doors and locks! Close to Main Street. Very friendly and helpful staff! Will be back!
The resort was an adequate space for a gathering of adult family members. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The resort has many rooms under renovation at this time along with the indoor swimming pool and there can be sound disturbances if trying to sleep in. The entrance to the underground parking is partially blocked by a large dumpster and careful navigation is needed to get through that space and the tight turn at the bottom into the parking garage. The furniture and window coverings in our unit were very dated but adequate for our needs. The 1st floor patio could use a table outside to be able to sit outside and enjoy breakfast or dinner. The distance to downtown is best covered by use of a car or bus transit, but Park City has a historical downtown space.
This was a great location! There was a sewer issue- raw sewage in the underground parking garage- Horrible smell. The front desk people were amazing- especially Damir and Andrea! Will be nice when renovated and the pool is open. $17.50 per day resort fee should be dropped until pool and hot top are open and place is renovated. Quiet rooms but lumpy bed- I guess will be replaced soon.
My nephew and his family arrived at the resert for a 3 day stay on April 6 and found that all common areas, play areas, the pool and spa and everything else was closed due to a sewer problem. An email just one day before arrival indicated that only the spa would be closed during their stay which was a gift from me, a time share owner, to their family
A few summers back, we stayed for a week and did hikes, cave tour, salt lake city and local areas. We love the indoor pool. The second time here was just 2 nights. We stayed in because it was cold and raining. We enjoyed the room so much, we really didn't mind staying in.
This location was great. Close to the grocery store, bus stops and away from the busy part of town. There was free parking and laundry-that was the good. However, there was no heat for 3 full days and nights. We had to wear hats, sock and two layers of PJs to bed. Mountains of trash and old food was left behind. Footprints in the bath tub. Dirty dishes, plates, glasses, coffee mugs and stove.
Loved the unit, location of the resort and the underground parking. The pool and hot tub were closed for renovations so I'm not sure what I was paying for with a resort fee of $122. However, the place was great.
The units are good size and clean. Unfortunately the pool damaged the resort aesthetic. We found out about this renovation on our way to the resort. The staff are friendly and ready to help. They only provided one time cleaning during our stay. Which it didn't make sense because we paid a resort fee when we checked in.
This was a timeshare exchange. I came to Park City to ski and did not expect a "resort" experience at this timeshare. I found it to be perfectly adequate for my needs and an overall pleasant stay. I would stay here again, it is in a quiet part of the town, little traffic noise, nice fireplace in the room. Check in was very quick. I stayed in a studio which was the perfect size for me. Full kitchen they even stocked coffee and condiments for 2 mornings. Sure, the decor is rustic earth tones, the lamp sort of fell apart when I went to turn it on, sliding glass door to the balcony was stuck a little. None of this impacted my stay. No shuttle service to the Mountain at this time. The Park City Transit however is free and there are 2 pick up points within walking distance outside the door. It took me anywhere between 14 to 30 minutes to get from the condo to the hill depending on traffic in town. The walk to Main Street is approx. 1.5 miles from the timeshare using the PC Union Trail after walking though some side streets. There is a pizzeria across from the Park Plaza and other dining options within walking distance to include a 7/11. In the complex next to the timeshare there is a great yoga studio where I was able to fit in 2 yoga classes. I was a little undone about the $17.50 daily fee since I didn't bring a car and there was no shuttle service or pool. The internet was good however and there was free laundry which I did not use. Considering what I paid to stay here in exchange fees and the daily fee, I feel I still had a great value for this very expensive resort community. After reading the previous reviews, I was guarded about my expectations. I also received an email advising that the pool was out of service, but given the current status of things, it did not upset me. If I had children with me it may have been a deal breaker. The skiing was fabulous and that was what I was there for.…
Came in on a RCI timeshare trade, expected a "Gold Crown" level property. Not impressed at all. From a location perspective, you can either take a bus or drive to the ski areas. Not realistically walking distance. They're two restaurants within a block away. That's about it. The property is outdated and under renovation. Dimly lit halls, old carpeting, etc. Pool and hot tub closed (for a year!). Our two bedroom unit was a bit outdated as well. We had an old window in one bedroom that would not close properly. Bed in master however was very comfortable. More importantly, it wasn't very clean. I understand there's a workforce challenge, but even after a special request for housekeeping, our issues were not addressed.