Main & SKY
What We Love
- Thoughtful details, from Anichini linens to Jenn-Air stainless steel appliances
- Three of Park City’s best restaurants are on-site, as is the chic SkyBlue rooftop lounge
- Soaking in a deep Japanese-inspired ofuro tub in the hotel’s Amatsu Spa
- The town’s ski lift is about 100 yards away
- Some suites have their own pool table
- Eco ethics: The hotel is built to LEED environmental standards
What To Know
- A $15 per night resort fee will be collected upon checkout from Jetsetter
- Ski season ends in mid-April, but guests can drive to Snowbird, which is about an hour away and has skiing until early July
- The large suites, some with extra bedrooms, make Sky Lodge popular with families
- Parking is valet ($15 per night); cars are stored in a heated underground garage
- No pets allowed
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Main & SKY, you’ll be centrally located in Park City, steps from Kimball Art Center and minutes from Park City Museum. This 4.5-star resort is within close proximity of Egyptian Theatre and Alpine Coaster.
Make yourself at home in one of the 33 air-conditioned rooms featuring fireplaces and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include safes and separate sitting areas, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages and facials. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as an indoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center. This resort also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a fireplace in the lobby. The complimentary ski shuttle makes getting to the slopes a breeze.
A complimentary continental breakfast is included.
Featured amenities include express check-in, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Limited parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
The staff is very friendly and helpful. I very much enjoyed my stay over the labor day weekend. I recommend this hotel for anyone looking for a nice weekend getaway. Location and view is absolutely amazing. I’m definitely come back to Park City soon!
I wish we had read the reviews before booking at Main & Sky. All you have to do is read the prior reviews. It only gets worse from there. I have stayed at a full range of hotels and rental homes in resort and urban settings all over the world in properties from boutique to 5 star. This was the worst experience we have ever had. I should have taken more photos to illustrate what a dump this mismanaged place has become. The only picture is of the restroom in the lobby. We all had to use the bathroom when we arrived, so this was the first experience. The picture tells the whole story. This captures our experience from the first moment until we left.
I don’t even know where to begin. It took almost 2 hours JUST TO CHECK IN! The older fellow at the front desk had no idea what he was doing and had no system to even know which rooms were available. He gave us a key to Room 301, which is a one room suite. Our booking was for a two room apartment. I tried to call the front desk, but nobody answered, so I went down to find him. He was surprised that it was only one room, and wanted to go upstairs to confirm that I was right, which I was. We then waited at the front desk for around 30 minutes while he tried to “find” a two bedroom apartment for us. He struck out and wanted to keep looking. We asked if we could join him so we at least had something to do. We went from room after room. They were all filthy and unmade with dirty sheets and piles of stuff all over the place. I asked him what was going on. He was huffing and puffing and said they cant get enough maid service to keep the rooms clean! It was disgusting. Read the rest of the negative reviews. The are all true, but leave out some other points like:
Filthy stained rugs with wrinkles in them
Broken, taped roller shaded on the windows that you have to hand roll
Crumbling, sheet rock around water fixtures
Hallway lighting falling off
Miniature shampoo and conditioner bottles - for a doll house
Do face towels and no wash clothes
No place to get water
Terrible beds and pillows. Must be as old as the building
Front desk is visible and a mess, with memos taped to the surfaces with messages to staff like “make sure you ask for this and that and NEVER provide a refund!”
Oh, and lastly, we were downgraded from the type of condo we were offered confirmed. However, they tried to charge twice the price! I received a bill for over $800 a night for a space that was confirmed at $430. Even at that this place is a rip-off. I would never go near this place!
The first part of a hotels function is for a guest to be able to check in. We just spent a ridiculous amount of time trying to check into this ghost hotel.
Only to be told the person was off property - The bar and restaurant are closed no staff no friendly greeting.
We were told the pool the restaurant the spa the bar would be open but they were closed! So not much use.
A radio was kindly left at reception for us to call someone - A very nice kind maintenance man eventually answered but was unable to help. He explained we would have to contact Expedia to get our money back.
Not sure why you would invest in a hotel and not have employees
Does anyone even care?
There were some nice people at the desk....we stayed one night and then we were trusting that we would get compensation for being ill.....almost sick enough to go to the hospital, but we drank fluid, hardly slept and left early the next day...felt better immediately as we decreased the altitude and headed toward Jackson Hole, Wyoming
We have been calling since July 20 with no results. We finally found the name of the GM Brenda Nagel and she was supposed to call us back, but has not....it is August 20....1 month working on getting some conversation other than the kind people at the desk who have no control about being able to get us to speak to someone who has the capacity to return one night's fee. The reason we stayed there was because we only had to pay one night and there was no cancellation policy.
Thanks for the post from the couple who were getting married and had to deal with Brenda Nagel who was not kind
A good egg from the East who wants to be treated kindly in this world.
This was our second stay at this “hotel” in Park City. While the location remains fabulous, everything else has gone downhill from a couple of years ago when we stayed. The rooms already feel dated, the hotel feels woefully understaffed (including requiring the use of a walkie talkie to summon help to the front desk) and the room, while spacious, had miscellaneous other issues like non-draining showers (which you can’t call anyone to fix because no one answers the phone) and a mattress that fell off the box spring. The only person who can handle a billing inquiry or respond to an email for the hotel works overnight, so it is impossible to even attend to the most basic business on site. Skip this one until they get their act together.