Waldorf Astoria Park City
What We Love
- Free shuttle service to/from downtown Park City and neighboring resorts
- The heated outdoor pool has Wasatch Mountain views and beverage service
- The sleek spa, with its wide variety of treatments
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What To Know
- The resort is five miles from the restaurants and shops of downtown Park City
- A $35 per day resort charge is added to cover phone, Internet, valet parking and shuttle service
- You can ski to the resort, but a heated gondola ride is required to get to the slopes
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The lobby, scented with an earthy leatherwood aroma, sets the stage for the hotel’s mountain-modern vibe, created by interior designer Stephen Brady. Crystal Baccarat chandeliers and artwork by Clay Blackmore blend with bronze stag statues, an inviting antique Italian fireplace, dark woods and re-upholstered antique furniture in leather and velvet. Outdoors, the hotel embraces an enormous pool enclave and a patio with neatly positioned firepits, ideal for making s’mores and gazing at the Wasatch Mountains.
Bed and Bath
Designed by Stephen Brady, the 175 guestrooms and residences range in size from cozy (320 square feet) rooms with gas fireplaces to slightly larger studios with kitchenettes to spacious four-bedroom hotel homes. Blending traditional decor with mountain style, rooms feature textured fabrics, a neutral palette, and furnishings from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, including chocolate-brown velvet sofas, leather chairs and mirrored dressers. The generous bathrooms are equipped with HDTVs and Salvatore Ferragamo amenities.
Grab a pastry and cappuccino at Crave before heading out for mountain pursuits. Sunny summer afternoons are best spent at the pool (cabanas have recently been added). Mountain Salvation, a massage using oil and a pain-relieving gel, is a must for those who overexert themselves. In the evening book a table at Slopes, a sophisticated seasonally driven eatery and lounge with Baccarat chandeliers and walls adorned with hand-carved wooden deer antlers.
In the Area
The Canyons is home to one of Utah’s best restaurants, the Farm, a comfortable spot for lunch that offers locally produced cuisine. An après-ski alternative can be found at Jupiter Bowl, a trendy bowling venue in Kimball Junction. Also nearby is the Utah Olympic Park, where you can ride a bobsled on the 2002 Olympic course. A 10-minute ride via free shuttle puts you on Park City’s historic Main Street for ice cream at Java Cow or artisanal cocktails at High West, Utah’s first distillery since the 1800s.
How to Get There
Great hotel with top amenities, great staff, beautiful surrounding area. Truly a must see! This resort has a great restaurant on property. The spa is a must for anyone looking for a remarkable experience and looking to really unwind and relax.
The Waldorf Astoria Park City was the first resort in the lower Canyons and was immediately perceived as the best and most luxurious accomodation in the area. Since then many hotels and condos have been built and the area has the vibe of a resort area like Beaver Creek, and the star of it all continues to be the WAPC. Service and quality of rooms and public spaces is tops. GM Kerry Hing has the place humming and in great shape. Keep up the good work!
Every person encountered could not have been more helpful. Wait staff, housekeeping valets everyone did whatever they could to make our stay better. From Jacob checking us in (and solving problems along the way to the stellar Andy. Perhaps the most helpful concierge I have ever encountered.
The resort property was stunning, but the very best feature of the hotel is the amazingly attentive and courteous staff. They make sure every detail is covered, every wish is fulfilled, and go the extra mile for their guests.
Another amazing trip, to a Waldorf Astoria. Recognized for my Hilton Honors status, treated very very well by any and all staff with who we had an encounter or interaction. Excellent experiences - breakfast, dinner, bar - in the onsite restaurant, Powder (thank you Martin, to you and your staff).