Pair a relaxing hiking tour with your spa-treatment at this Adventure Spa.
Located in the Sky Lodge in Park City, this Japanese-inspired spa is the first Adventure Spa in Northern Utah. They have ofuro tubs to soak in, a sand garden, six treatment rooms, and a tearoom. Try the bamboo stone massage or the Bare Necessities package: a soak, signature massage, specialty facial, and ultimate pedicure. In addition to their spa services they offer activities to increase awareness of your surroundings. Try the Local Yoga escape or the Stuart Falls Hiking Tour.
A new player on the resort’s lodging scene, the St. Regis jibes well with its neighbors in the exclusive Deer Crest neighborhood. A funicular tram carries guests in 90 seconds from the lower Snow Park building (housing the valet, porte cochère and parking garage) to the main hotel, which is ski-in/ski-out to the Deer Hollow run. The 114 rooms and 67 suites have either private or shared balconies, gas fireplaces, deep soaking tubs and access to the St. Regis’s signature butler service. The hotel’s Remède Spa is known for its custom treatments; take a yoga class in the adjoining St. Regis Athletic Club, then soak in the heated, outdoor two-tier infinity pool and ponder when you’ll possibly find time to ski. $599–$1,725; stregis.com/deercrest
The Remède Spa, located in the St. Regis Deer Crest, is known for its custom treatments; take a yoga class in the adjoining St. Regis Athletic Club, then soak in the heated, outdoor two-tier infinity pool and ponder when you’ll possibly find time to ski. $599–$1,725; stregis.com/deercrest
Deer Valley Resort aims for the stars. And it often reaches them, especially where lodging is concerned. Those with Deer Valley in their sights this winter shouldn’t delay: These options hit the mark in service, amenities and convenience.
Stein’s is classic Deer Valley. Established in 1983 by the Olympic gold medalist—still the director of skiing at the mountain—this lodge at the foot of the Sterling lift consistently graces lists of the top hotels in ski country. The décor is Scandinavian, with blond-pine trim and white-stone fireplaces. There are 180 rooms, an outdoor pool and hot tub, fitness room, full spa and hands-down one of the best breakfasts in the Park City area. (Even if you can’t pronounce the name of the restaurant—it’s GLIT’-re-tind—splurge on the decadent chocolate-chip pancakes.) But even a classic needs to be dusted off, and the Stein’s lobby, lounge and restaurant got an upgrade in 2006. Next up: the spa. $510–$2,385; http://steinlodge.com/ target=_blank>steinlodge.com; 800-453-1302
Looking for the resort's best spa treatment? Choose between the deep tissue massage or the Alpine Glow body wrap at the Stein Eriksen's spa. The facility has been recently renovated and they went all our with every ammenity. 435-645-6475, steinlodge.com