Waldorf Astoria Park City Park City gets some Waldorf bling

95 top rated
  • Waldorf Astoria Park City

  • 2100 Frostwood Drive Park City, UT 84098 USA (435) 647-5500
reviewed by
Michael Martin Editorial Review Author
  • Who's Going:

    Hilton Loyalists, Hollywood Directors, Lux Weekenders

  • Reason to Stay:

    All-Suite Hotel, Kitchens, Designer Decor

  • Hotel Type:

    Ski Resort

  • Preferred Room:
    1-Bedroom Suite
  • Special Features:
    Gourmet Eatery, Hip Clientele, City Center
  • Amenities:
    Golden Door Spa, Ski Concierge, All-Suite Hotel
  • Waldorf Astoria's ever-expanding hotel group debuts its first ski location with Dakota Mountain Lodge at the base of The Canyons ski resort. A lobby of ebonized wood paneling and sparkling chandeliers deviates from the tumbled-stone norm of Park City architecture, instead lined in oriental carpeting and fluffy upholstered sitting areas where a Hilton sister wouldn't look out of place.Dakota Mountain Lodge is home to SF restaurant offshoot Spruce that's been glammed-up with chocolate mohair walls, white Carrera marble bar, saddle-leather chairs with nail head detailing and Baccarat chandelier dangling from above.

  • The Room:

    Entry-level rooms are outfitted with gas fireplaces and marble bathrooms while one-bedroom condo-style suites come with stainless-steel kitchens and stackable washing machines for stink-free final day skiing. The hotel is also home to a newly revamped Golden Door Spa, a more upscale and surprisingly strong version of that ubiquitous chain many snobbier spa lovers would normally shun.

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