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PArk City Peaks vs. Yarrow

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PArk City Peaks vs. Yarrow

Any suggestions on how to choose one vs. the other? Park City Peaks is cheaper, Yarrow apparently is somewhat closer to resort and town but still needs a shuttle most likely. So leaning towards the Peaks, but sure would like another opinion or 2. Need to book today, but no pressure...:>)

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1. Re: PArk City Peaks vs. Yarrow

The peaks is the old Radisson, good hotel but 6 blocks further from resort. Yarrow more centrally located. both on shuttle route. Both are good hotels.

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2. Re: PArk City Peaks vs. Yarrow

The Yarrow is closer to Park City Resort

Peaks is closer to The Canyons

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3. Re: PArk City Peaks vs. Yarrow

Thanks for the replies - sounds like for $450 difference (for 6 nights), the Park City Peaks was the right choice - we can take a taxi both ways every day and still end up ahead...Thanks again for the prompt and helpful replies

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4. Re: PArk City Peaks vs. Yarrow

You won't need to get a taxi during the day. Theres a free shuttle that is very reliable that I see stopped at Peaks every once in a while when i pass it to go to Canyons in the winter. The shuttle goes to all 3 resorts, throughout town and to Kimball Junction. Free and very reliable.

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