The Canyons, Utah This tasteful rough-sawn cedar and stone lodge just opened this year. With 77 one- through four-bedroom residences, the all-suite property prides itself on offering roomy options for families with easy slope and village access. Each unit has a full kitchen with granite counters and wide-plank maple floors. Stone hearths grace the living rooms and many of the master bedrooms. Amenities include heated outdoor pool and hot tubs, saunas, fitness center and ski valet. All suites have a patio or a balcony, where guests will be so close to the Sunrise Quad they’ll want to hop on. $684–$1,758; thecanyons.com/escala.html
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