Silverado Lodge, Park City – Canyons Village
What We Love
- Midresort location — a minute away in the shuttle, but secluded from the bustle
- Home-style amenities: stackable washer/dryer, kitchen, covered deck, jetted tub
- Heated year-round outdoor pool and hot tub
- On-site fitness center with sauna and steamroom
- Free WiFi
- READ MORE: 72 Hours in Park City
What To Know
- You can arrange to have your kitchen fully stocked before arrival
- Free shuttle and town bus service can take you to supermarkets and shopping
- High altitude: Drink lots of water and wear SPF 30 or higher
- A $20 resort fee per night will be charged at Jetsetter checkout
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Mountain decor abounds throughout; knotty alderwood cabinets and doors warm up the spaces, while raw-branch tables and desks and wrought iron headboards with pinecones maintain a natural feel. Studded leather couches and sumptuous brocade bedspreads add a rich dose of luxury. Call it homey with an upgrade — and plenty of powder.
Bed & Bath
Silverado makes the family ski trip easy with 150 guestrooms and suites that vary in size from 300 to 900 square feet. Each unit has at least one gas fireplace, and the suites have washers and dryers as well as full-size kitchens complete with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Stock up on food at the nearby Whole Foods, or place a delivery order in advance of your arrival.
Park City’s 4,000 acres of powdery terrain is among the best in Utah, and revamped amenities like a heated chairlift and several new gourmet restaurants only add to its allure. The certified kosher Bistro at Park City is the first glatt kosher restaurant at any ski resort in the nation. It offers a selection of “New American” kosher cuisine, as well as traditional Sabbath fare for Friday dinner and Saturday lunch. Also onsite? A fitness center, steam room, sauna and heated outdoor pool.
Skiing and snowboarding are a no-brainer, but you can also rent a pair of snowshoes and go for a scenic trek. All Seasons Adventures, located at the Grand Summit Hotel Adventure Desk, offers rentals and information on guided tours. Deal-hunt at the nearby Tanger Outlet Mall or explore a bevy of boutiques at the Redstone Shopping Center. Spend a day checking out the galleries, clothing boutiques and jewelry shops along Park City’s Main Street. The whole family can enjoy tubing at Gorgoza Park, which is within minutes of Park City Mountain. The park features three lifts and seven tubing lanes to suit different levels of experience (and courage).
How to Get There
the place is run down. Service is mediocre and the rooms are small and not clean.
The shuttle are slow and restricted to 2 miles range. There are better places closer to Park City.
They never cleaned our rooms and our room keys stop working multiple times. They upgraded the room key in the middle of president day weekend and it was a nightmare.
From Check in to check out--- beyond expectations. INCREDIBLY FRIENDLY, HELPFUL STAFF! We had hotel room...feature fridge, microwave, coffee, bathroom amenities, washer dryer access, plenty of storage. Everything and almost anything we asked for was provided. Shuttle service around village is superb...breakfast was outstanding. Would definitely return.
I stayed at Silverado Lodge as I was attending the Sundance Film Festival. It was my first time in Park City so I didn't know what to expect, but my choice paid off in the end as The Canyons Village (which is where the Silverado is located) is not toofar from Main St and the other locations of the festival.
- In terms of location, you should know that the Canyons Village offers a free shuttle service: as soon as you get downstairs, the reception staff can call it and it will get there super quickly. It was never crowded when I was there, so I was able to get to the Transit Center in 5 minutes. That is where you can get the other free shuttles that can take you to the city center and to other locations (if you need to go food shopping, for example, you can take a shuttle to Kimball Junction, where you'll find a Smith's).
- The room was absolutely perfect! It was super quiet so I slept really well, and it looked incredible! I could see the mountains from the (massive) window, it was extremely clean and it also had a fireplace that you could turn on with a switch in no time! The temperature in the room was perfect thanks to the fireplace, the bed was super comfortable and the room had lots of storage room. It was also well decorated, the bathroom was huge and had both a (really big) shower and a bathtub. All amenities are provided, together with plenty of towels, a hairdrier and everything you might need. The WiFi worked perfectly.
- You will also find a refrigerator and a microwave, which helped as I was able to have breakfast in my room. In terms of food options, unfortunately the hotel does not have a restaurant but you can order takeout from a series of restaurants (there is a special service that delivers directly to The Canyons and will take the food to your door): the guys at reception told me about it and that really helped.
- A very positive aspect for me was how friendly everyone was! All members of staff were really helpful and lovely!
MINOR THINGS THAT COULD BE IMPROVED:
- It would have been lovely to have the possibility to have breakfast in the hotel, especially considering the cold temperatures outside. The Canyons shuttle can take you to a hotel nearby that serves it, but you should know that it costs $24, no matter what you have! In the end, I just decided to go grocery shopping and have breakfast in my room, which did have a microwave and a fridge. However, since the room doesn't have any other cooking applicances (such as a stove, a toaster or even a kettle), I had to stick to cold food.
- The room does have a coffee machine with a few coffee pods next to it, but I thought it would have been so much better to have a kettle. I hope the management considers adding it in the future, together with a toaster perhaps? :-)
- I only had one garbage bin in the room: it was very small and in the bathroom, so it was a little difficult to know where to put my garbage when I ordered food, especially considering that the room doesn't get cleaned (I knew that from the start though, and it wasn't an issue as I spent very little time in my room, which was spotless when I arrived). The staff at reception later informed that I could have asked for cleaners to come and collect my garbage, so I would maybe suggest either clarifying that upon arrival or adding an extra bin perhaps?
One surprise because I didn't read closely, There is the daily rate, and there is the taxes and fees. You will be charged $20 daily resort fee in addition to the daily rate as part of the taxes and fees, and this covers wifi and parking and other items. So when you see wifi-free and parkDaily rates are tiered mid week vs Sat and Sun, so that is also good to know. I was satified with the service. Location is great, can walk or shuttle to lifts. For breakfast buffet go to the Grand Summit, with the pay one price, and get a good meal before you start the day.
Well appointed big rooms, good kitchen, quiet at night, easy to get to the pool area. Great position in the Canyons, well connected to the skiing lifts and free buses and shuttles into Park City and the surrounding area.
Friendly helpful staff that help you as required.