We stayed here on a weekend when I had a triathlon scheduled nearby, and got a nice room in their Wasatch lodge (the main part of the hotel) for a two-night stay over the weekend. The hotel is very nice, with comfortable, spacious rooms, and nice beds. We got a really good price on the hotel through Priceline, but I think the regular price for the weekend was pretty high, so you get what you would expect from a luxury hotel.
The valet parking was complimentary, although we didn't use it much because the parking is convenient and easy to use on your own (and we're kind of impatient about waiting for valet to bring our car out when we're ready to leave). They also had a restaurant that looked very nice, we didn't eat in the restaurant but did get some appetizers to take up to our room one afternoon when we needed a snack before dinner, and the food was good. There was a 24-hour marketplace with lots of options for food, drink, snacks, meals, everything.
We didn't use the pool but it looked like a very nice setup, especially the jacuzzi, that was very large--one of the things that we don't like is going to sit in a jacuzzi where you are crowded with lots of other people you don't know, but this one had a big fountain in the middle and plenty of space all the way around so you can have a little privacy.
There were only two real negatives:
(1) The hotel is noisy. There were children staying a few rooms down the hall from our room and we could hear them screaming like they were standing outside our door. Plus on the second morning when all the families were waking up and leaving, the noise of doors slamming and people running/walking through the hallways was very disruptive.
(2) We had a nice balcony, but with a 4" gap between the curtains and the door, the curtains did not do a very good job of keeping out the light, especially in the morning since our room faced east. I even had a sleep mask to use, and I was woken up by how bright it was in the room. They need better "blackout" curtain options to keep the light out when you want to sleep in.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the Canyons Village within America's larges ski resort Park City. True Ski-in / ski-out with dedicated Sunrise Lift. Offering deluxe, one, two, three and four bedroom residences. Complimentary transportation to Historic Main Street, Jan -April ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hyatt Escala Lodge At Park City Hotel Park City
- Hyatt Centric Park City Utah