The latest addition to the Park City area’s hotel scene, Newpark Resort, is also its greenest.
The latest addition to the Park City area’s hotel scene, Newpark Resort, is also its greenest. Newpark offers space, convenience, style… and with its distinguished LEED-ND certification for environmentally responsible development, it also offers do-gooder cred.
LEED-ND is a special designation given to developments that incorporate the principles of New Urbanism—namely, walkability, density of living spaces and amenities like shops and restaurants, public transit access, and a mix of accommodations at all levels of affordability.
If you've got unique taste, this hotel might be just your style.
This is not your grandmother's hotel (unless she favored leopard-print carpeting). But depending on your appetite for the unusual, the Silver Queen might be the perfect ski retreat. Set on Main Street a quick walk from the Town Lift, the hotel has 12 suites. Each has a full kitchen and a washer/dryer, and the six two-bedroom suites boast steam showers in addition to jetted tubs. After a day on the hill, head for the rooftop hot tub. Or, if it's that kind of night, Mother Urban's nightclub is just across the street.
Near the slopes of Park City, Deer Valley and The Canyons, the Hotel Park City's guests never quibble about location—they hardly have to leave the grounds.
Designed in circa-1900 national-park-lodge fashion, Hotel Park City opened in early 2002, bringing a new level of luxe to the lodging scene (Deer Valley notwithstanding). Skiers hitting all three resorts will like its location, as well as the on-demand shuttles to ferry them to and fro. The resort comprises 11 miles of cross-country trails, two championship golf courses and an 8,000-square-foot spa. Rooms are elegantly decorated with king beds, flagstone fireplaces, triple-head showers and living areas with TV, DVD and Bose surround sound.