Self-contained condos within a mile of Main Street and minutes from ski resorts
Free shuttle stops outside, going
to-and-from resorts and Main Street
Units are comfortable and private
with rustic decor, full kitchens, and washers/dryers
Private outdoor hot tubs and gas
fireplaces are relaxing touches
Private Wi-Fi access and
underground parking included
Some TVs in bedrooms are tube-style
No public hangout area,
bar, or restaurant
The nearest shops, restaurants, and
services are a long walk away
These budget condominiums are situated on the road between Park City and Deer Valley ski resorts, about a mile from Park City’s Main Street dining and shopping area. While not the most stylish or cutting edge, the condos are comfortable and spacious, with leather furnitures and private hot tubs, as well as full kitchens, washers and dryers, and underground parking. Rates are similar to those of upscale hotels in town, but the condos are good options for families or groups of friends on mountain getaways. Plus, a free shuttle stops just outside, for easy access to local attractions. It's worth noting that prices soar in November and December, common for the area.
Private, '90s-era condos separated by narrow sidewalks, with rustic mountain surroundings
Because this property is comprised
of a cluster of private condominium units, there isn’t much communal space. Inside a lodge-like building with pitched roofs and wood pillars, there are a small office and an outdoor retail store with equipment rentals, clothing, and gear. Like
the condos, the office has a rustic look, with knotty wood-paneled walls, decorative antique skis
and snowshoes, and worn-in leather couches and armchairs arranged around a stone fireplace. There are a table with ski magazines, a shelf full of tourism brochures, and a display with a Keurig coffeemaker and a tray of cookies for guests to help themselves to. Outside the glass doors is a cozy, wooden balcony with simple, iron patio furniture facing large pine trees. The property itself is dotted with pine trees and evergreen shrubs, with gray sidewalks leading to the condos -- '90s-era buildings with brown siding and dark green trim. Guests tend to be groups or families in town for the skiing, and the surrounding landscape of snowcapped hillsides dotted with pines has a rustic charm.
On busy road between Deer Valley and Park City, a mile from Main Street
The condos sit along Deer Valley
Road, the busy road connecting Deer Valley and Park City ski resorts. The rear of the property has some open space, a steep hill with a neighboring housing complex. Park City Main Street with its
many restaurants and shops is about one mile away -- just a minute or so by car, and about 15 to
20 minutes on foot. Park City resort is a half-mile away, and Deer Valley is about two miles away -- both are within five minutes' drive. Salt Lake City Airport
is a 40-minute drive away.
Self-contained units with full kitchens and private hot tubs
These private condos are two- and
three-bedroom units with two or three levels. They are comfortably
furnished in earthy, autumnal colors and with mountain flair, such as cozy quilts, knotty-pine tables, and paintings of woodsy scenes. Leather chairs and sofas make for comfortable TV-watching, though some are tube-style. Each unit has a full kitchen with large refrigerator, microwave, oven and range, dishwasher, coffeemaker, blender, and all the utensils necessary to make a big meal -- plus a roomy dining table and
kitchen island. The units are carpeted, and have earth-colored, granite
tile in the kitchens. Gas fireplaces with stone tiling, and private outdoor hot tubs are nice touches, particularly on cold nights. Some windows offer lovely mountain views, while master bedrooms have simply furnished balconies. Some master bedrooms also have mini-fridges, sinks, and coffeemakers, as well as large bathrooms with shower/tub combos. Each unit has two-and-a-half-baths, and a washer/dryer unit. Each unit has private Wi-Fi access.
The Greyhawk condos are
self-contained units with full kitchens, dishwashers, and washers and dryers. The bonus features are private outdoor hot
tubs and indoor gas fireplaces. Private Wi-Fi access is included, as well
as underground parking. There is a free shuttle that stops across the street
for quick access to the ski resorts and Main Street. Greyhawk staff can help
arrange airport transfers, bike or ski/snowboard rentals, and equipment
tune-ups. There is a sports retailer on-site.
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