Rate includes free breakfast (European-style in the winter, and continental in the summer)
Intimate rooms with handcrafted cabinets and imported furniture from Austria
Most of the rooms have wood-burning fireplaces and private balconies
What To Know
All lift tickets and ski rentals are through the Deer Valley lift, located about 100 yards from the lodge
Self-parking is available for $12 per day
Pets are not allowed
Parking on site
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Intimate Austrian-style haus with Alpine fare and ski-in/ski-out slope access near downtown Park City
Flanked by the snowcapped Wasatch Mountains, the Goldener Hirsch Inn is an intimate Austrian-style haus with an Alpine restaurant and ski-in/ski-out access to some of Park City’s best slopes. The 20 rooms are thoughtfully designed, outfitted with hand-milled cabinets, travertine floors and hand-painted and -carved furniture from Austria; most have wood-burning fireplaces and private balconies offering unimpeded mountain views. In the summer, the concierge can arrange activities such as fly-fishing, hot-air balloon rides and 18 holes of golf at the nearby Park City Golf Club. And when the snow begins to fall, skiers only need to schlep 100 yards to the nearest lift to access Deer Valley’s 100 runs and six bowls. After a day shredding the pow, savor award-winning mountain fare at the elegant on-site restaurant, which churns out dishes such as Rocky Mountain Elk ribeye with chantrelle mushroom puree and Goldener Hirsch Wiener Schnitzel with red choucroute and heirloom carrot salad. Continuing the Alpine theme is the selection of in-room spa treatments on offer, which the staff can arrange should your sore ski muscles call for a Swedish massage.
In the Area
With more than 3,300 acres of skiable terrain, Park City’s Deer Valley slopes are consistently rated among the top in all of North America. Strap in and go right from the inn, or head to 389-acre Utah Olympic Park and descend down the world’s steepest zipline before reaching 80 mph on the Comet Bobsled. In Park City, there’s as much action happening on the slopes as there is downtown. Every January, art house patrons, independent filmmakers and celebrities flock here for select screenings, discussion panels and late-night parties at the Sundance Film Festival. Ready to shop? Flex your plastic along historic Main Street for love jumpers by Stone Cold Fox, Cynthia Vincent vinyl slacks at Flight and Rag & Bone tees at
Goldener Hirsch Inn
7570 Royal St
Park City, Utah 84060
How to Get There
Flights are available to Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Transfers to/from SLC, which is about 40 miles away, are approximately $140 for 2 people, each way, and can be arranged through the property. A private SUV can be arranged for $185 (holds up to 5 people), each way.