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Compare Sundial Lodge @ Canyons to Loft @ Mtn Village?

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Compare Sundial Lodge @ Canyons to Loft @ Mtn Village?

I need to make a decision between Sundial Lodge @ Canyons and the Loft @ Mtn Village. Factoring in convenience and fun for our 2.5 yr old as number one importance, then nice (very clean/newer) stay, quiet and very close-by eating places and other activities, incuding grocery, which would you choose?

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1. Re: Compare Sundial Lodge @ Canyons to Loft @ Mtn Village?

If it were me, it would all depend on the furnishings. Both are ski in/ski out and it really boils down to if you want to be in Park City or the Canyons. The resorts are only 5 minutes a part from each other. Mountain Village is obviously closer to downtown. The Canyons is closer to the factory outlets and Redstone--the mall area at Kimball Junction.

If you have a vehicle, it wouldnt matter where you stayed. Bus stops at both locations. Both have their own, self contained communities--food, recreation, ect.

There are a handful of grocery stores in Park City-Smiths, Wild Oats, Albertsons, ect.

Toss up, flip a coin.

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2. Re: Compare Sundial Lodge @ Canyons to Loft @ Mtn Village?

This is really a complete toss-up. Sundial is a great place and newer. There's probably a bit more going on restaurant-wise at Park City Mountain Resort, and you're a bit closer to town with more activities.

Personally, I would probably go with Sundial but you may have more overall conveniences at Mountain Village. I've been IN both properties, but not in the sleeping rooms.

3. Re: Compare Sundial Lodge @ Canyons to Loft @ Mtn Village?

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