Park Plaza is a quaint three story resort, perfect for a family adventure, located in Prospector Square, Park City, Utah. The resort amenities include an indoor swimming pool, jetted tub, sauna, gas BBQs and ski storage. Park Plaza also offers complimentary shuttle service to historic Main Street, a popular destination for shopping and dining.
Park City, Utah has three year-round mountain resorts featuring miles of easy to advanced trails. The three ski areas are: Deer Valley, Park City and The Canyons. Skiing and snowboarding are tops in winter, and in warmer weather, wildflowers bloom and mountain trails are great for hiking and biking as well as alpine golf. For food aficionados, Park City offers cuisines from around the world in over 100 restaurants and bars.
Park Plaza offers junior suite, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom condominiums, which can sleep up to eight guests. Our rooms feature coffee makers, bathrobes, and gas fireplaces. The resort itself features bicycle rentals, ski equipment storage, and shuttle service to ski lifts.
Please note that Park Plaza charges a one time split fee per reservation, which will be collected upon check-in, for any reservations made for less than 7 nights or 7-night increments. The fees are as follows:
Studio $25 US Junior Suite $40 US 1B $50 US 2B $60 $US
Flat screen TVs
Indoor swimming pool
Spa and sauna
Park City is unarguably one of the best places to ski in the world. It didn't earn a reputation for having the "Greatest Snow on Earth" by being a mediocre winter destination. On the sleek white slopes above Park City, skiers and snowboarders can navigate every type of terrain and difficulty while marveling at the powdery perfection of the snow beneath their feet. For veterans, Park City is a dream come true, and for beginners, a perfect place to learn how to ski or snowboard.
During the summer months, when the snow has melted and the temperature is perfect, Park City's slopes turn into a fir-covered playground for hikers and mountain bikers, complete with rushing snowmelt streams, dusty alpine trails, and panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains. Fishermen will enjoy a trip down to the Provo River, which during the summer is swollen with rainbow trout and largemouth bass. For those more interested in culture than nature, every January the world-famous Sundance Film Festival floods Park City with celebrities, producers, and directors. When the sun goes down, visitors can savor delicious pints of local beer at the Wasatch Brewing Company.
When most people think of haute cuisine, Utah is not the first place that comes to mind. If you are one of those people, Park City will prove a pleasant surprise. This energetic mountain town skillfully blends a tradition of hearty alpine fare with a wide variety of dishes and flavors from all over the world. Adolph's Restaurant offers elegant European choices like roast rack of lamb, roast duckling a l'orange, and Steak Diane.
Grappa Italian Café on Main Street brings the flavors of northern Italy to Utah with dishes such as sage-and-prosciutto-wrapped Shrimp Saltimbocca and a special house Osso Bucco. Chez Betty breaks the mold with a chef tasting menu that changes every two weeks and a la carte alternatives like sautéed Turkey Scallopine and porcini-encrusted chicken breast. For something a bit more basic and hearty, the Blind Dog Grill has steaks, hamburgers, and other traditional American fare.
Park City was once home to the world's richest silver mines. During World War I and the Great Depression, silver was still in high demand; gradually, however, the industry began to suffer, and Park City's tenacious community of miners quickly adapted to the times and proposed the construction of a major ski resort in their little industrial mountain town. The travel conglomerate Utahns Inc. jumped on board, and by 1970 Park City was drawing almost seven hundred thousand tourists per year. Today, that number has jumped to four million, and this cozy yet bustling resort town is known for its affluence, liveliness, and having the "Greatest Snow on Earth".
Located thirty-two miles south of downtown Salt Lake City, Park City is almost completely surrounded by mountains. It served as the site for the 2002 Winter Olympics, and is home to the United States Ski Team. Since 1981, Park City annually hosts the Sundance Film Festival, the largest and most prestigious independent film festival in the United States. In 2008, it was named among the top twenty most scenic towns in America by Forbes Travelers Magazine.
The transit system in Park City is free and provides access to touristic areas, historic district, restaurants, shops, and more! For more information about routes, schedules and coverage, please click here.
Directions from Salt Lake City International Airport to Park Plaza:
1. Head west toward N Terminal Dr (0.1 mi) 2. Continue straight onto Terminal Dr (0.6 mi) 3. Continue onto Crossbar Rd (0.4 mi) 4. Slight right toward Terminal Dr (0.2 mi) 5. Continue straight onto Terminal Dr (0.2 mi) 6. Take the I-80 E ramp on the left to City Center/Ogden/Provo (0.7 mi) 7. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-80 E and merge onto I-80 E (27.8 mi) 8. Take exit 145 toward Kimball Jct (0.6 mi) 9. Turn right onto UT-224 S/Olympic Pkwy. Continue to follow UT-224 S (5.5 mi) 10. Turn left onto Kearns Blvd (0.6 mi) 11. Turn right onto Sidewinder Dr. Destination will be on the left (0.3 mi)
The floor plans displayed are a sample of the unit types and are not to scale. We cannot guarantee specific unit occupancy and we are unable to inform you which specific unit you will occupy until you arrive and check into your room.
Studio units have 1 queen Murphy bed, 1 bath and a partial kitchen.
Junior Suite units have 1 queen bed, 1 queen sofa bed, 1 bath, full kitchen and a fireplace.
1 bedroom units have 1 king bed, 1 sleep sofa, 2 baths, full kitchen and a fireplace.
2 bedroom units have 1 king bed, 2 twin beds, 1 sleep sofa, 3 baths, full kitchen and a fireplace