Hotel Park City, Autograph Collection

Hotel Park City, Autograph Collection

Overview:

On my recent trip to Salt Lake, I split my stay up at two local hotels: Hotel Park City and Marriotts MountainSide. In this review we’ll dive right into Hotel Park City which is part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection. 

Booking:

I booked this night through Marriott’s website. Since beginning of summer is offseason, I booked an executive suite with a king bed for a relatively great rate at $295 after all taxes and fees. The entire stay earned me 6,373 points which equates to $57 in rewards (0.8 cents per point).

Booking Summary

Location:

Hotel Park City is located in the heart of Park City at the base of some of the most popular ski runs in town. The Park City Golf Course is also built around the hotel and the pro shop is in the hotel.

The hotel is located conveniently off the 224 which is one of the main highways if you’re driving from Salt Lake City. The total drive time is 40-60 minutes for Sal Lake International Airport.

Just up the road are the major shopping areas in Park City along with major restaurants. 

Check In:

The hotel is easy to find coming off the main highway. Once you arrive, you have the option to pay $10/day for self parking or $20/day for valet parking which is more than reasonable. Self parking has covered and uncovered options.

Main Entrance

After entering the lobby, you’ll start to feel warm and cozy inside. The rustic western style has a great feel to it with warm and welcoming staff. The lobby overlooks the Park City Golf Course and Nordic Ski Club.

Lobby - Photo Courtesy of Marriott

The Room:

All the rooms at Hotel Park City are lodge themed in keeping with the overall, western style of the hotel.

I was in the Executive Suite and while it sounds impressive, it’s actually the smallest of the available rooms. The room has space to sleep four adults with a pullout couch.

Living Room

The lower section of the room was the kitchen/family room with the fireplace, couches, and mini-kitchen available to use.

Living Room and Kitchen

Dishwasher was available for use with complimentary soap.

Dishwasher

The upper section of the room had the king bed, desk, dresser, and bathroom.

TV and Desk

The bed was very comfortable with a nice mattress topper, good pillows, and soft sheets.

King Bed

The closet had your typical amenities including robes, ironing board and iron, safe, and additional bedding items.

Closet

The bathroom was large with a sink, tub, shower, and toilet. The masonry and tile work was beautiful.

Sink and Bathtub

The shower had a rainfall and standard shower head with good water pressure and responsive hot and cold water.

Shower

The complimentary soaps were high quality and good to use.

Complimentary Bathroom Supplies

The room featured a small balcony with chairs and a table. The view overlooked the pool, mountains, and part of the golf course.

Balcony

In all, the room would definitely be perfect for two and four people but it would definitely be a bit tighter with four in the room.

Sunset Balcony View with Pool

Amenities:

The pool is hard to miss being at the rear of the hotel. There is plenty of lounge chairs and great views/sunlight for reading a book, swimming, or picking up an afternoon tan. There is also a large hot tub for when things cool off.

Additionally onsite, there is a spa, gym, a Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, and two additional restaurants.

Pool and Hot Tub

Overall:

Hotel Park City, Autograph Collection is the iconic resort in the Park City Area. With it’s unique architecture and construction, prime location, and great amenities, it’s hard to overlook it year-round. Make sure to check the hotel in the offseason for great rates and a beautiful getaway to the mountains!

Book your next stay here!

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