The St. Regis Deer Valley
What We Love
- Chaise-lined ski beach and heated terrace with a 40-foot fire garden, ideal for viewing people and mountains
- The private midmountain location, which puts you steps from the trails yet still close to Park City's nightlife
- Unflappable St. Regis service, which includes on-call butlers and eager ski valets
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What To Know
- The resort’s midmountain location means you need a car or shuttle to get to the action in downtown Park City
- Multiple hallways and levels make it easy to get lost finding your way around
- Ski-in/ski-out access is just that, as snowboarding is not allowed at Deer Valley
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
With a mountain-modern design by Linda Snyder, the hotel is refreshingly free of antlers and saturated ski lodge colors. Thick stone pillars and dark woods meld with neutral colors, subtle textures and snug seating in muted umbers and browns to create a contemporary look that’s polished but not stuffy. In the lobby a two-sided fireplace anchors the vast room, while the cozy adjacent library offers a more intimate setting. More than 200 pieces of original art grace the public spaces — the most notable being the bar’s commissioned mural by Phillip Buller, which depicts Park City’s mining history.
Bed and Bath
The cool, mountain-modern vibe continues in the 177 guestrooms and suites, showcasing a palette of subtle charcoal, taupe and rust. Rooms with views of the slopes boast fireplaces and Juliet balconies. Bathrooms include glass-enclosed showers with rainfall showerheads, soaking tubs and plush towels and robes.
Jean-Georges Vongerichten, who happens to be a skier, created the J&G Grill, a sophisticated stop that offers elevated farm-to-table cuisine, including black truffle pizzas and thick cheeseburgers with Beehive cheddar. Après ski and hike, the stylish St. Regis Bar becomes a vibrant scene for guests to mingle over signature cocktails, some made with spirits produced by the local High West distillery. The wine vault, with its lavish red leather banquettes, entices diners pre- and post-dinner. The hotel’s greatest luxury is the Remede Spa, a soothing escape awash in earthy winter white.
In the Area
Just 35 miles from the Salt Lake City airport, the historic former mining town of Park City harbors three distinct resorts, Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons. Shopping and dining are concentrated along a sloping one-mile stretch of Main Street. Pop into the Wasatch Brewery for a Polygamy Porter or reserve a table at Silver, a swank restaurant and lounge in a renovated 1926 brick building. At the Utah Olympic Park, you can ride a bobsled, take a freestyle skiing lesson, or peruse the Alf Engen Museum, an homage to skiing history and the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics.
How to Get There
We came for a couples weekend away over Memorial Day and could not have asked for a better experience. The property is beautiful and the service is amazing.
My only recommendation was the kind of *meh* game room and lounge areas (off the main lobbies and downstairs) - a property this perfect should knock that out of the park in my opinion.
I was told to be sure to eat here and I’m very glad I did! The bartender recommended the steamed shrimp salad which I loved. My husband had a hamburger and enjoyed it. Also loved the ride to the J & G Grill in the fuinculcar!
St. Regis was a wonderful hotel. I was in park city for 4 nights but only stayed at St. Regis one night because of lack of space (the other nights were spent at the montage). If you are between St. Regis and the Montage, all I can say is that you cannot go wrong with either one. I could not pick one over the other.
The St. Regis is a bit smaller, which is great because it's easy to get around.The staff at the St. Regis is super friendly, butler service is amazing, food at their restaurant was also delicious--great pancakes. Clean facility and amazing views towards the back/pool. Their guided hikes are a must! They are bit further from main street but still a quick ride.