Stein Eriksen Lodge
Nestled on the mountain with gorgeous alpine views, this luxury Norwegian-style chalet is considered one of the best ski resorts in the country. What to expect? Ski valet, in-suite jetted tubs, stone fireplaces, Utah’s only five-star spa...even your feet will be happy, thanks to heated sidewalks and walkways (yes, really). Plus, the in-house restaurant, Glitretind, is famous in the city for its Sunday brunch and offerings of over 350 types of wine.
Given its luxury status, it’s probably little surprise that visitors are spoiled for choice with Deer Valley’s restaurant options. We recommend Mariposa for wholesome, rustic food with plenty of vegetarian and gluten-free options, the Montage Hotel’s Apex for classic American grill and live music, and the aforementioned Glitretind restaurant for the views.
Park City Historic District
Nestled near Deer Valley in the heart of Park City, the glittering Historic District is a picturesque strip of shops, restaurants, bars and galleries that turns on the charm full-force during snow season. For more recreational pursuits, we recommend the spas at the Montage Hotel, St. Regis, or Stein Eriksen Lodge to help you recover from all that time on the slope.