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.
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, the 1-year-old hotel comprises 11 miles of cross-country trails, two championship golf courses and an 8,000-square-foot spa, opening this spring. The resort's 54 suites have kitchens, fireplaces and balconies; beds are piled with down pillows; and marble baths feature jetted tubs.
Does Aspen need another luxury hotel? How about another fractional property? Well, it gets both with the new Hyatt Grand Aspen, which opened in mid-December. Sure, you can pony up $90,000, the entry-level tariff for a 1/20th share—or 17 days of use.
But you can also taste this luxury for a night or two for considerably less. And the location is prime. The Hyatt is at the foot of Aspen Mountain, overlooking the ice-skating rink, and a four-minute walk to the Silver Queen gondola. Outside, the white-balconied, red brick building is New-England-meets-the-Rockies.