Montage Deer Valley Resort Review
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9100 Marsac Avenue, Park City UT 84060
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Editor’s Review of Montage Deer Valley Resort
The upscale aesthetic here is refined Mountain Craftsman. At first glance, it looks like a lodge, but there's more marble than timber, and the rustic-style fixtures are on a grand scale. Despite the subdued opulence, the Montage has a warm, welcoming vibe toward families. During our stay, we saw an equal number of families, couples and single business travelers.
High season here is winter, as this is one of North America's top-rated ski resorts. There is true ski-in/ski-out access, with three high-speed ... more chairlift stops on the property. Whether you're a skier or not, there's plenty to do the rest of the year, thanks to the full range of indoor and outdoor activities offered through the Compass outfitting shop.
With no immediate neighbors, the Montage's mid-mountain location is serene and quiet. The views are expansive, and on a clear day, you can see the state of Wyoming 70 miles away. Park City's celebrated Main Street is less than 10 minutes by car or via the complimentary, on-demand resort shuttle. less
Our Editor Loves
- Secluded, mountainside location
- Supervised childcare program
- Indoor and outdoor recreational activities
- Children's Program
- DVD Player
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Game Room
- Laundry Service
- Onsite Dining
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RoomsThe Montage Deer Valley Resort has 154 deluxe guestrooms and more than 66 suites and residences. Guestrooms are a spacious 600 square feet, and the two configurations available include either one king bed or two queens. Rooms can be combined to create two-bedroom suites. Both cribs and portable play yards are available to borrow. Fine amenities -- including 400-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets and down bedding, bathrobes and slippers -- add a high level of comfort.
Guestrooms and Suites
The guestroom layout included a small foyer where the honor bar and fridge were located, a walk-in closet, a dedicated work space, an ample furnished balcony and a loveseat at the foot of the bed in front of the large, flat-screen LCD TV. The gas fireplace provides a warm glow with real flames, and generates a fair amount of heat. It is automatically set to turn off after about an hour. Lighting throughout the room, which includes a stylish chandelier over the bed, is ample and set on dimmers, which take some time to figure out how to use. The complimentary Wi-Fi was fast and reliable.
The bathroom was large by most standards, with a separate water closet for the toilet, a marble-surround soaking tub and a stand-alone shower. Inside the shower was a marble bench seat and two shower heads; a traditional fixture from the wall and an oversized rain shower fixture from the ceiling. An extended selection of complimentary toiletries is provided, too.
Regardless of your room's location, views will be spectacular and serene. Set into a mountain range at 8,300 feet, the property faces undulating wooded hills in every direction. With no immediate neighbors, you can sit on your balcony and enjoy the quiet rustle of leaves. The evergreens offer year-round color, while the aspen and birch trees sport changing foliage spring through fall.
Each guestroom and suite receives twice-daily housekeeping, including turndown service. Check-in time is 3 p.m.; check out is noon.
The resort offers several residence units to guests as an alternative to the traditional guestrooms. If you would like access to a kitchen, laundry facilities and other household amenities, consider staying in one of these.