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Pinebrook Pointe, Park City, Utah

tenerife
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Pinebrook Pointe, Park City, Utah

Thinking of booking to stay at this condo for Xmas, the condo looks really nice, but does anyone have any idea how far from Park City ski area and The canyons it is??

Also any recommendations for anywhere special to eat on Xmas day??

Has there been a lot of snow there??

Thanks

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1. Re: Pinebrook Pointe, Park City, Utah

Also as we are there between 20 dec and 29 dec its going to be busy, do we need to book restaurants in advnace or just do it when we get there???

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2. Re: Pinebrook Pointe, Park City, Utah

You will be 10 minutes to the resort.

There's been some snow, some avalanches, and there will be more. December isn't here yet. What we get today, could be melted tomorrow depending on the weather but there will always be man made snow. For Christmas Day there are many options. What do you like to eat, how much do you want to spend, what kind of ambience are you looking for? Some quick thoughts- The Homestead in Heber, Steins in Deer Valley or anywhere in Deer Valley, Log Haven, or Tuscany in Salt Lake. If you go to Salt Lake go down to Temple Square afterwards and see all the lights and take a buggy ride around town. It's fun....dress warm.

You don't need to worry about dinner reservations except for Christmas Day. There are restaurants all over and Christmas week isn't as busy as you might imagine.

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3. Re: Pinebrook Pointe, Park City, Utah

You will be 10 minutes to the resort.

There's been some snow, some avalanches, and there will be more. December isn't here yet. What we get today, could be melted tomorrow depending on the weather but there will always be man made snow. For Christmas Day there are many options. What do you like to eat, how much do you want to spend, what kind of ambience are you looking for? Some quick thoughts- The Homestead in Heber, Steins in Deer Valley or anywhere in Deer Valley, Log Haven, or Tuscany in Salt Lake. If you go to Salt Lake go down to Temple Square afterwards and see all the lights and take a buggy ride around town. It's fun....dress warm.

You don't need to worry about dinner reservations except for Christmas Day. There are restaurants all over and Christmas week isn't as busy as you might imagine.

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4. Re: Pinebrook Pointe, Park City, Utah

Looking for somewhere romantic and chrsitmassey!!! its for christmas day, dont mind how much it will be any price range, if you have any websites that you know that ic ould look on that woudl be great!!

Thanks

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5. Re: Pinebrook Pointe, Park City, Utah

Hi...Goldener Hirsch in Deer Valley is very alpine-Christmasy. The Blue Boar Inn in Midway (about 30 minutes away) is also Christmasy. Grappa, which is on Main St., has lots of white twinkling lights and great Italian food. I would make lots of dinner reservations for the week between Christmas and New Year's. Last year things were pretty booked up. Have fun!

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