I’m finally getting around to posting about our Park City trip we took about a month ago, way overdue! Park City was one of those destinations that I had on my list of travels for 2017. I can honestly say that it was one of the most beautiful mountain/snow destinations I’ve been to. If you like to ski/ snowboard, this is your spot! I don’t ski (I may have to try soon!), but if you do, the skiing looked amazing. Even if you don’t, it was a nice snowy, relaxing getaway in the mountains. If you’re looking to visit Park City, I definitely recommend checking out the Waldorf Astoria. It was in a great location, only about 10-15 min from Main Street and located near a few other resorts and ski lifts.
Where to Stay
We spent the weekend at The Waldorf Astoria Park City, and let me tell you, it was beyond amazing! I can’t say enough about this hotel, it was everything I imagined and more. The staff was so friendly and accommodating, and the actual hotel speaks for itself (look at this place!). Our hotel room had a cute balcony, a sitting area, fireplace and mini kitchen. The pool was beautiful and there were two hot tubs, which came in handy with the cold temperatures. In the evenings they had the fire pit areas set up to make smores, we definitely took advantage of that!
Where to Relax
The spa at the Waldorf Astoria was gorgeous, and if you were a guest staying at the hotel, you had access to all of the amenities. There was a steam room (my personal favorite), a relaxation rooms with heated stone recliners and a really nice fitness area as well. The spa is definitely where I spent most of my time! I would use all of the amenities and then head out to the warm hot tubs while the snow fell, it was so relaxing!
Where To Eat
The hotel had a really nice restaurant called Powder, which we ate at quite a few times. They had great breakfast, lunch and dinner; and probably the best spicy margarita I’ve ever tasted!
We also ventured out to the St. Regis Deer Valley and ate at their restaurant/bar. I had some of the best muscles there, can’t forget a side of fries!
Another one of our favorite restaurants we ate at was an Italian restaurant called Grappa. It had some really great Italian dishes and was located right on Main Street in the little town. The ambiance was very warm and cozy and the pasta was to die for!
I have heard that summer is also a beautiful time to visit Park City. Of course no skiing, but I have heard there are many other great outdoor activities to do! Have you ever visited Park City? If so, what are some of your favorite things to do there?