Park City is nestled among the Wasatch Mountains, only 35 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport. The charming Utah town was founded in the late 1800’s as a mining town, and was home to the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Shopping, galleries, great dining, a Historic Old Town and the famous Sundance Film Festival have put Park City on the map as a premiere ski town, and year-round destination. Perfectly located for the best of what Park City has to offer is The Waldorf Astoria Park City, and is an ideal place to call home while exploring this picture-perfect destination.
SUMMER IN PARK CITY
Summer in Park City is full of outdoor fun, street fairs and farmers markets. Countless activities include hot air balloon rides, kayaking, river rafting, hiking and fly-fishing. Mountain biking is a must-do during the Park City summertime as Park City Mountain Resort provides lift service and well-maintained bike trails. Other fun things to try are Stand-Up Paddle boarding (SUP) or a round at Canyons Golf Course, located directly behind Waldorf Astoria Park City. If you’re looking for more of a mild activity, there are so many concerts at the Canyons village base of the Resort throughout the entire summer or check out the Farmers market that happens every Wednesday.
“Park City is truly a four-season destination,” shares Danielle Summers, PR & Marketing Manager at Waldorf Astoria Park City. “What makes Park City so superior in the summer is the perfect weather consisting of 75-degree days, no humidity and endless sunshine.”
WINTER IN PARK CITY
Winter is magical in Park City with snowmobiling, sleigh rides, ice-skating and cross-country skiing – making Park City a winter wonderland for people of all ages. With the recent acquisition by Vail Resorts of Park City Mountain Resort, skiing and snowboarding in Park City and the Canyons has never been better. If you have not yet purchased your Epic Pass for this next season, here are two more reasons why: Legendary deep, dry powder and exciting nightlife and après ski venues. Located at the base of the new Park City Mountain Resort, now the largest ski and snowboard resort in the country, Waldorf Astoria Park City offers prime access to a myriad of year-round outdoor activities.
“We are very excited about our partnership with Vail Resorts because as similar to Waldorf Astoria, Vail Resorts is known for being the best in class in what they do,” shares Kerry Hing, General Manager of the Waldorf Astoria Park City. “Waldorf Astoria Park City is fortunate to be the only Forbes four-star luxury hotel located at the base of the resort, which makes for a very elite partnership that will afford both Vail Resorts and Waldorf Astoria great opportunity.”
Why To Consider The Waldorf Astoria Park City
The hotel has 175 guest rooms and suites boasting top-of-the-line kitchens, fireplaces and spectacular views of the ski slopes and Wasatch Mountains. Available in standard rooms to three bedroom suites the rooms can easily accommodate a group of any size. Private patios, a spacious bath with steam shower and beautiful artwork are just a few of the unique aspects that make this hotel so inviting. The 20,000-square-foot Spa includes a fitness center, 20 treatment rooms and a full beauty salon. Weekly classes include cycling, yoga, and kickboxing, mat Pilates, tabata, cardio and strength circuits. The hotel restaurant Powder has an amazing buffet breakfast, a delicious seasonal menu and an outdoor Arctic Ice Lounge in the winter. The terrace bar features ice carvings of penguins, a throne made out of ice and a bar stocked with Moet Ice Champagne. With a reputation for the greatest snow on earth, did I mention there is a Waldorf Gondola right outside the hotel? The ski valet will deliver your equipment so you can go directly there each morning.
Inspiring, inviting and full of year round activities — Park City is the perfect place for your next mountain vacation. The Waldorf Astoria Park City is rich in amenities, offers unparalleled service and a premiere location for everything that Park City has to offer.