The first thing I must say is that this was my first ski trip ever, so in some ways I have nothing to compare it to, but it was FANTASTIC! I am ready to make another reservation for spring break next year! My friends and I were a little leery of the high prices at the Stein Eriksen, but we were reassured in several conversations with the nice folks in reservations that we were booking some truly gorgeous rooms, and it was true. We had rooms 214-1 (a suite with BR, loft, kitchen, dining area, living area, and huge windows with lovely views of the slopes) and room 214-2 (a very spacious room with a large dressing area, big bathroom w/jetted tub, fireplace, deck & hot tub, also with lovely views). I am a light sleeper, but I can attest that my room was very, very quiet. Our two rooms opened onto a foyer with two other guest rooms and a laundry room, but it did not feel as if we were sharing space with strangers, and I could not hear the washer/dryer when I was in my room. Just about every member of the staff throughout the hotel and spa were very friendly, cheerful, and helpful -- exactly the level of service you would hope for at a luxury hotel. (The one little exception was a young guy in the on-site ski rental shop, who I can only hope was such a rookie that nobody had yet taught him that it is not OK for ski boots to crush a client's arthritic toes. But with persistence -- and some help from a senior employee -- we all got the equipment we needed.) The ski valets were especially helpful. I can also strongly recommend the SPA! I had two massages and a really great manicure during my stay -- again the prices are high but the quality was worth it! -- and my friends also enjoyed their treatments. The food is very good, but of course heavy on classic dishes involving cheese, potatoes, and vast quantities of meat. Luckily this was exactly what I wanted to eat after a day of skiing out in the cold, but a vegetarian might have been sad. The general atmosphere was rustic but elegant (lots of leather chairs, antlers ont the walls, and souvenirs of Stein Eriksen's ski career), and it felt unpretentious. The crowd included a lot of families and serious skiers there for spring break, not many fashion victims in furs. All in all, I had a fantastic experience and I can't wait to go again!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stein Eriksen Lodge is Utah's only Forbes Five Star Hotel and the World's Best Ski Hotel. Located centrally at Mid-Mountain Deer Valley and offers direct ski-in and ski-out access. We are a short shuttle ride to Historic Main Street, Park City. We are North America's premiere mountain destination. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Stein Eriksen Hotel Park City
- Stein Eriksen Park City
- Stein Ericksen Lodge
- Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley Park City, Utah