The room was perfect, wood burning fire place, well equipped kitchen, and plenty of space. The location to the mountain was key, just a quick walk through the parking lot and you have the choice of three lifts to take. Highly recommend and would stay there again.
We wanted to stay up in Park City with family for the weekend. We found this place and fell in love with the photos of the room that was advertised. When we showed up, we were presented with something completely different! It was definitely not what we expected. The pool, hot tub, and parking were great. The Sauna was broken. The staff is only there until 6-8pm at night. You have to wait for someone to show up from who knows where, to bring you extra sheets or whatever you may need.
Covid will date this review. But if you simply want to take the family skiing, especially first time testing out PC, then this may be the most ideal choice. Upgrade to the rooms with a kitchen. Market is 10 minute walk. Ski rental on premises is not simply the least expensive but great people! Test your gear the afternoon before skiing. Pick up in the morning and walk out the side door, across the parking lot and you are on the beginner hill. Order in to minimize social contact but everyone in PC wears a mask everywhere (except the bars on Main). 20 min walk to old town for a great collection of restaurants ( make reservations!). Some rooms are in the process of renovation. Little ones enjoyed the pull out sofa. Check in/out process should be the model for every hotel which is a simple app for instructions and pick up envelope in lobby. Pool is super tiny. We avoided amenities due to Covid. …
My husband and I stayed in a 1BR deluxe condo for 17 nights and really appreciated the easy 1-minute walk to the slope. Other highlights included the large washer and dryer (only available in two units of that type - and cannot be guaranteed when reserving), strong internet, and very responsive staff. The units are individually owned, so furnishings and upkeep vary. While we had a comfy bed and well-stocked kitchen, the lighting in the unit was inadequate. In addition, the heat did not work well - as the staff noted, when it was cranked all the way up (registering a theoretical 90 degrees), it got up to 70 in the condo, but I was always a little cold. Indoor parking and elevators were nice to have. The small outdoor pool was lukewarm and we never saw anyone use it, and the hot tub was indoors so we didn't use it. A better use of space would be to make the outdoor pool into a hot tub.…
We stayed at Shadow Ridge 308 for the weekend and could not have had a more perfect experience. The unit is just steps away from the mountain, helping us get more runs in! We were able to cook great meals with a fully stocked kitchen and eat by the cozy fireplace. The decor was very contemporary with comfy beds, pillows and couches and large screen TVs. The bathrooms were beautiful reat shower pressure! Our friends stayed in unit 306 next door - where they had baths with jets. The building also had all of the amenities we needed - jacuzzi, sauna and gym. Can't wait to come back!!
We were led to believe it was true ski in/out, but it is not. More than 100 yards uphill through a parking lot. The hot tub was cold and the room had heating issues. I admit that they tried to address them, but did so unsuccessfully. There are three attached units, and the smallest, hotel room sized does not control the temperature- at least according to the maintenance people. Disappointing all around except for the guys in the local ski shop housed in the hotel. They saved us a ton of money and were a shear pleasure with whom to deal.
The hotel is in a great location, a few minute walk to the main ski lift. Bedrooms are fairly expensive for such old and basic rooms. The kitchen is well equipped and the bathrooms were good. Just the bedrooms let it down. Especially as there is no main lights (just small lamps). All in all an ok stay.
Just recently left Shadow ridge after a ski trip to Park City Here are the pros 1. It’s not ski in/out but it’s very close. The walk to the slopes is slightly uphill but not bad at all. About 100 yards 2. Staff at the complex were very nice 3. Room was clean 4. On site ski rental was great 5. About a mile walk to downtown. Easily doable but it is a slow uphill climb. Walking back is much easier. 6. About a half mile walk to a nice grocery 7. A few bars and restaurants at the base of the mountain if you prefer not to be on Main Street. The cons 1. These are condos individually owned so I have no idea what they’re all like. However, I paid extra for the upgraded unit and was very disappointed. It appears that what this means is that new counter tops are put in the kitchen and new tile is in the bathrooms. The fold out sofa was like sleeping on a chain link fence and when I showed the staff they gave me an actual mattress. But I shouldn’t have had to sleep on the floor. The furniture in our unit was pretty old, worn, uncomfortable. I would not pay for the upgrade. It seems a rip off to me. I’m not sure who did the remodel work but it’s pretty slip shod. Holes in countertop around stove, no caulk on the corners and floors in one bathroom. Old Tile glue just painted over pretending it’s wall texture. I stayed in the canyons sundial and it’s much better. …
Stayed in a Deluxe one bedroom condo. Unit was clean, nicely furnished, well equipped, nothing to complain about. Staff was friendly and professional. No daily housekeeping but not needed as there were plenty of supplies in the unit. bets thing is location, across the parking lot to the lifts, bus stop less distance. I had gotten and e-mail saying they had discontinued their shuttle service, not an issue since the free bus stop was a few feet away. Took the bus each day downtown to eat dinner. No need for a car. Highly recommend Shadow Ridge.
Don't let their pictures fool you. It is old and outdated, the carpet in our room was scary and looked pretty dirty. The decor was straight from the 80s. The pool is tiny, the parking garage is hard to maneuver in. I would not stay here again, in fact had there been rooms available in town I would have not stayed there at all. We actually left early a night even though we were already charged for it. What we were charged for this place is a joke just because most other places were full