Waldorf Astoria Park City Review
217 family reviews
Families will love:
- Gorgeous family-friendly resort with beautifully-appointed rooms
- Located just 30 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport
- Full kitcens, ski valet and dedicated ski gondola
About Waldorf Astoria Park City
The Waldorf Astoria Park City, which opened in July of 2009, is one of Park City's newest resorts and the first mountain resort from this iconic hotel brand. With 174 guestrooms and residences, the Waldorf lives up to its famous name. Park City is home to the Wasatch Mountain Range and its three distinct ski resorts: Deer Park, Park City Mountain and the Canyons.
The hotel is gorgeous, inside and out, managing to be both luxurious and rustic at the same time. The exterior is comprised of hewn wood and stone, and trimmed with white lights. Cozy fire pits are conveniently scattered around the property. Inside, the lobby has a vaulted ceiling and massive fireplace, with polished dark wood and comfortable conversation areas.
Park City is a huge draw for families who love to ski as it offers some of the world's best powder skiing with over 4,000 acres of ski-terrain, and families love that it is conveniently located just 30 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport. The resort is situated at the base of Canyons Ski Resort and is just steps away from their own gondola to the Mountain. When not on the slopes, your family will enjoy exploring Park City's small, Victorian downtown area. Colorful Main Street features shops, restaurants, a small museum and 64 Victorian buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
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