Hotels in Utah
This understated hotel, like the rest of Springdale, is authentic without trying too hard: reclaimed old-growth Douglas fir floors and a tawny palette of neutrals provide a soothing retreat from the blazing red rock outside.
A beacon of warmth at the base of The Canyons resort, the brand’s first slopeside property—with Baccarat crystal chandeliers, a double-height lobby, a sweeping staircase, and a majestic hearth flanked byhand-carved wooden stags—invites you to cozy up and stay put, in spite of the bevy of outdoor
The Setting: At nearly 8,000 feet above sea level, the 12-person stone hot tub at this opulent ski-in, ski-out home atop Deer Valley Resort’s Little Baldy Peak is ideal for an après-ski cocktail party.
Choose one of 58 rooms in the Swiss-style chalet, or take over one of the Chateau Villas, 126 one- to three-bedroom condos. Either way, you're smack between Park City and Sundance.
A spa, a hilltop labyrinth, and the popular Spotted Dog Café make the property feel like its own little village. Several rooms have decks or patios; Zion National Park is a five-minute walk away.
Make your reservations far in advance for this rustic 1920s-era lodge with 40 cabins and 74 rooms within walking distance of a rim overlook. Cabins have fireplaces and front porches among the pines.
A green vintage pickup truck marks the entrance to Canyons Resort's Park City Farmers' Market , where guests snack on roasted sweet corn and vanilla-bean ice cream while perusing cheddar cheeses, seasonal salsas, and a local favorite—pumpkin honey.