Hotel Park City, Autograph Collection
What We Love
- Excellent in-town location equidistant from the Canyons, Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort
- All rooms are large suites with a kitchen, oversize jetted tub and separate walk-in shower
- Dedicated hotel shuttle to ski areas. Also, Park City’s free biodiesel bus system stops outside the front door
- The excellent Park City Golf Course is out the back door — and hosts the town’s best cross-country skiing in winter
- Ultra-reliable Salt Lake City airport is a skier’s favorite. There are tons of nonstops, it rarely closes for winter weather, and it’s just 35 minutes from Park City.
- READ MORE: 72 Hours in Park City
What To Know
- Getting to downhill ski areas requires the hotel shuttle, town bus or a car, but it’s never more than a five- or 10-minute ride
- Deer Valley is one of the three Park City ski resorts that limits the number of skiers daily — check before you show up; Deer Valley also does not allow snowboarding
- Utah’s archaic liquor laws have been liberalized, but beer is still mostly limited to “light” 3.2 percent brews
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Parking On Site
Located in Park City (North Park City), Hotel Park City, Autograph Collection is minutes from Park City Golf Club and Olympic Welcome Plaza. This 4-star condominium resort is within close proximity of Park City Mountain Resort and Alpine Coaster.
Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 100 guestrooms, featuring fireplaces. Rooms have private balconies or patios. Kitchenettes are outfitted with refrigerators and microwaves. Satellite programming and DVD players are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature jetted bathtubs and complimentary toiletries.
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. While the golfer in the family is out on the course, you can enjoy above-par recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and a spa tub. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge). You’ll be on the slopes in no time with the complimentary ski shuttle.
Grab a bite to eat at the condominium resort’s restaurant, where you can enjoy drinks at a bar, take in a pool view, and even dine alfresco (weather permitting). You can also stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Featured amenities include a business center, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. This condominium resort has 7 meeting rooms available for events. Free self parking is available onsite.
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Booked the room on points. Nice room with nice amenities. We have gold status and was hoping for an upgrade, but nothing was available. The first night the hot tub was “out of order” and the pool was only heated to about 80 degrees. However, the next day they got the hot tub working again. The resort is nice and the the room is good however.
Just back from another Park City ski trip and Hotel Park City continues to shine.
This hotel is exceptional in so many ways and when you stay here in feels like home.
It is centrally located in Park City so you can ski at Deer Valley or Park City/Canyons. They have a shuttle that runs constantly.
I also bounce around alot and it is a 30 minute ride to Alta, Snowbird, Brighton or Solitude.
There is a Ruth’s Chris in the lobby which is great. They also have a daily breakfast buffet in there as well that can be included with your room.
HPC is now part of Marriott so you will be receiving points or even better you can use points to stay here.
The lobby is quaint with a roaring fireplace and has a lodge feel throughout. They have added a store in the lobby for snacks, drinks and essentials which is a welcomed addition.
The rooms are over sized it whatever category you select.
They are well appointed with all the features of a hotel room needed but all the touches that make this place seem like a home.
Kitchens, fireplaces, balconies, and giant comfortable beds. Washer and drier in the rooms. Jacuzzi tubs and beautiful tiled bathrooms. Sleeper sofas. Wifi. EVERYTHING you need.
The giant hot tub big enough for 20 is a welcomed treat after a day of skiing the world famous Park City Powder. There is also a heated pool.
Ask about the cottages out back as they are great for families and small groups. Danielle is in the reservation department and is truly a great resource to make sure you get the room that will fit you best. She is the definition Park City hospitality.
There is a spa as well if you would like to add that to the incredible list of amenities provided by HPC.
Alot of people get caught up in ski in/out hotels but this hotel gives you options to explore different resorts at substantially less money.
There really is no other place to stay in PC.
the other reviews tell a pretty honest opinion of this place--its got great service and the cottages with private hot tubs are almost unbeatable. The only problem is the location. Its not right in the Park City "main street" area, nor is it on the ski slopes. Its sort of in no mans land, right on the main highway but away from the real action. They do have a shuttle/SUV which will take you to town on request, but was often "not available." We were told to "take an uber" a few times, which is easy enough but at $10/each way is annoying. And since its not on the mountain, you have to board the shuttle bus in the AM to get to the slopes. Its not far but there is a mad rush to get on and was standing room only. Not a enjoyable experience.
The staff was outstanding, spa was excellent (albeit pricey), and the Ruth's Chris room service was amazing. But just not sure I'd return based on the location. I'd either stay right off main street and be able to walk to dinner/bars/shops, or in one of the ski villages walking distance from lifts
We stayed for 5 nights during the February holiday week. The room was nice and spacious. This was our first ski vacation away as a family and I didn’t know the procedures for storing skies, drying ski boots, etc. So, here it is:
The hotel dries, warms up, and stores your ski boots for you. They add stickers with your name on all the boots and wake care of them every day. Just drop them near front desk.
The hotel also picks up your skis and stores them. There is a place to leave your skis outside in front of the front door right after shuttle and they will pick them up and store them. In the morning, it takes 3 mins for them to bring them to you.
Shuttle was ok. It was completely full in the AM so we needed to wait for 20 mins for it to return. We only did shuttle one day. We just drove the car and parked at free parking lot at Park City Canyon Village and took a tin can to the base. Sooo convenient. Just be there by 8:45AM.
Cleaning staff does terrific job cleaning!!! Just amazing.
Don’t expect to check out late. Hotel is sold out during the winter. But staff will store all your staff. Overall, they run a very smooth operation.
The only negative was that we missed two breakfasts because no one at the check in told us about it or gave us the tickets. I learned about it by accident. I wish they told us when we were checking in that we were entitled to free breakfast. So, check upon the check in.
Try Five5eeds for lunch. Funky place with amazing cappuccino.
If you are ex military, bring your paperwork. Good discounts at Park City and Deer Valley for the whole family.
Great property in a great location. The staff at the front desk and the shuttle drivers go out of their way to be helpful. The shuttles to the mountain are super convenient and the shuttles (on demand) to/from Main Street are a great perk as well. The hotel is within walking distance of a grocery store, the liquor store and some restaurants - very convenient.
The room is fairly well appointment, but there isn’t enough space for ski gear (boots, helmets, big coats….), no shelves or hooks (well, there are 2, but we are a family of 5...) to put all this bulky stuff on. Additionally, in our room, there was no place to sit beside a couch, so we brought in the chairs from the balcony. Looking at pictures online, it appears there are other rooms that are a bit roomier and with a chair…we had 3 kids with us, are Lifetime Platinum Members and not only did we not get the upgrade, we got the smaller room …disappointing.
The ski valet is convenient, but not very efficient - it always took a long time to locate our gear and often our skis were returned without poles (even though we turned them in together), in fact - by the end of our stay they lost 2 sets of our poles. Thankfully the guys at Marty’s (ski shop in basement of the hotel - they're great!) were understanding, but still…
Towels and bedlinen were great, but the bed is super fluffy, like a huge marshmallow. If you like firmer beds, you might not find that pleasurable.
There is a $25/day resort charge which always makes me laugh…you charge $600 a night and then a “resort fee”?! (they say it’s for the drinks in the lobby….)
Housekeeping was very inconsistent and at times puzzling - I loaded the dishwasher with some bowls and silverware and one of my tupperware containers, but instead of running the dishwasher, the housekeepers took everything out, handwashed it but left my tupperware in and ran dishwasher with that ONE Thing! LOL Every housekeeper did things differently, but none of them left us enough towels or replenished ALL the items - over the course of 5 days we had to ask for coffee, soap, towels, laundry detergent, bathrobes (they took the dirty ones away and I was afraid they’d charge us for them!). A note says to leave towels on the floor if we didn’t want them changed, but they changed them all anyway. Also, it would be great, prettier and earth-friendly to have refillable toiletry containers instead of the small plastic bottles...
The gym is big and has more than you need, but it is in the basement, with no windows and you have to go through the parking garage to reach it...an unfortunate location. They really need to build one with large windows to enjoy the beautiful location.