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Park City Introduction

Park City’s early prosperity was built on silver mining, and today it continues to sparkle, playing home to the star-studded Sundance Film Festival and 2 world-class Olympic ski resorts. This stylish city in the affluent Wasatch Back region of the Rocky Mountains boasts a vibrant restaurant scene, spectacular natural beauty, and thrilling outdoor-sports facilities. The winter months attract skiers and snowboarders keen to test their skill against the best in the world, while in summertime hikers and bikers flock to the scenic mountain trails of this picturesque corner of Utah.

Hotels in Park City

Hotels in Park City treat every guest like a movie star, with all possible needs thoughtfully provided for. Glamorous resorts encompass gourmet restaurants, full-service spas, and luxurious heated pools, while cozy log cabins epitomize the perfect romantic retreat and well-equipped condos provide a self-contained home from home. Park City hotel rates soar during the peak ski season, so be prepared to shop around for the best deals. If you don’t have your own skis, ask if your chosen resort offers on-site ski rentals—some even provide top-up lessons to prepare you for the slopes. Alternatively, plan your visit during spring or fall and enjoy the great outdoors with fewer tourists around.

Where to stay

The majority of hotels in Park City are situated close to the pistes, so study the levels of difficulty and choose the location to match your ability. Most hotels offer free shuttles to the slopes so that you can make the most of your precious skiing time. The homey condos around the foothills of Bald Eagle Mountain also make peaceful bases for summer hiking and biking trips. Alternatively, swap the mountain scenery for the buzz of downtown in a luxury suite with fine-dining establishments just steps away, or head out to Interstate 80 for the best choice of cheap Park City hotels and spectacular views of Utah Olympic Park.

Things to see

Park City’s unrivaled sporting facilities and scenic beauty are complemented by an abundance of heritage and cultural attractions. Atmospheric Main Street encompasses many Victorian landmarks listed on the National Register of Historic Places, providing an inspiring setting for art galleries and craft workshops. Park City Museum combines the twin themes of mining and skiing in a comprehensive overview of the city’s unique heritage. The museum also arranges guided walking tours of the Old Town during the summer months. Take in a comedy show or live music performance at the atmospheric Egyptian Theatre—this institution's original 1926 design was inspired by the discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb. Visit the influential Sundance Institute to discover more about the organization behind the world-famous film festival, then head over to the Jim Santy Auditorium, where the Park City Film Series regularly showcases independent movies, with genres ranging from art house to documentary.

How to get to Park City

Salt Lake City International Airport, which is around 40 miles west of Park City, offers a wide choice of domestic and international routes, including London, Paris, and Vancouver. If you've got your own wheels, Interstate 80 provides the main road-access route into Park City, and Utah Transit Authority also operates a helpful shuttle service to and from Salt Lake City. Travel in Park City itself comes courtesy of a network of public buses covering downtown and mountain resorts, with an expanded service during the winter ski season.

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