Park City

A wealth of upscale lodging, fine-dining establishments and top-notch outdoor activities await in this gorgeous city all year round.

Park City, Utah, and its surrounding mountains

Why Park City for Your Next Meeting?

After a year and a half of going absolutely nowhere, this destination is more than just a breath of fresh mountain air. Summer or winter, the best in outdoor activities await, and eclectic dining and luxury accommodations help your attendees round out a host of perfect days.

Recent Updates to Hotels and Venues for Meetings and Events
  • Coming soon to Canyons Village is Pendry Residences Park City, scheduled to open this December. The ski-in/ski-out resort will feature 152 guest rooms, ranging from fully furnished studios to four-bedrooms residences, as well as more than 7,000 square feet of indoor meeting space. The plans also call for a rooftop pool and bar, a ski valet, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a spa with eight treatment rooms.
  • Construction has begun on the first hotel of the Mayflower Mountain Resort in nearby Wasatch County. The property will feature 387 rooms, 55 private residences and more than 60,000 square feet of meetings space. The hotel is expected to open in late 2023, with two more to follow. Ski lifts and a commercial area will be constructed in the base village.
  • St. Regis Deer Valley completed a $42 million renovation and expansion in December 2020, adding a new building with nine luxury residences. Renovations have been made to the lobby, common rooms and fitness center, as well. The ski-in/ski-out property offers 173 guest rooms and more than 16,000 square feet of event space.
  • In December 2020, the destination welcomed the new AC Hotel Park City. The 100-room design hotel from Marriott International offers the brand’s signature amenities: European-inspired breakfast from the AC Kitchen, a relaxing atmosphere at the AC Lounge, and a variety of cocktails, craft beers and local wines at the AC Bar, which features a menu of Spanish-inspired tapas.
  • Last November, the 20-room Goldener Hirsch Inn debuted 40 new elegantly designed residences, which are available for rent. The ski-in/ski-out property is mid-mountain at Deer Valley, and offers a rooftop pool deck with mountain views and the Antler Lounge, both of which can host up to 100 for an event. The Goldener Hirsch Inn Restaurant combines Old World dishes with regional Western fare. The conference center welcomes groups of up to 345 and features an outdoor patio.
  • Construction continues on the new $3.6 billion Salt Lake City International Airport, just 35 minutes from Park City. Parts of the first phase opened last fall; the 21 gates in the new Concourse B serve Alaska, American, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest and United airlines. Delta also occupies the 25 gates in Concourse A-west, including six international gates. When completed in 2024, the new facility will have 78 gates with ample seating and charging stations; a meet-and-greet area for groups; and a plaza with dining and a large window overlooking the airfield. Operations in all of the old facilities have now ceased.
  • Adventurous members of your group might enjoy the new YotelPad Park City, a stylish, modular take on the slopeside-residence model. Unveiled at Canyons Village in November 2020, the 144-condo property features a pool deck with a fire pit and fire “nooks,” Life­Fitness and Peloton equipment in the fitness center, and grab-and-go meals.
  • Among the area’s group properties are the 488-room Westgate Park City Resort & Spa, 290-room Grand Summit Hotel, 220-room Montage Deer Valley, 200-room Sheraton Park City, 182-room DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City – the Yarrow, 180-room Stein Eriksen Lodge, 176-unit Lodges at Deer Valley and 159-room Waldorf Astoria Park City. 
Group Venues
  • Get your group into the Olympic spirit by teaching them the winter sport of curling. Hire some instructors and get your game on for up to 24 people at the Park City Ice Arena.
  • The ski town’s Historic Main Street is lined with good eats and terrific shopping. Slip into Atticus Coffee Books and Teahouse for a sandwich and a vacation read. The absolute best in Western wear and accessories is available at Burns Cowboy Shop (ooh, those boots and belt buckles!). And the perfect souvenir can be found at Backscratcher Tees.
  • About 20 minutes out of town, tiny Heber City dishes up big tastes at Afterword, a new spot with a large deck for outdoor dining. Small-scale and artisanal producers provide ingredients for the mountain-inspired fare. Guests dive into menu options such as Rocky Mountain Elk Bolognese and Roasted Idaho Trout.
  • Run by Utah State University, the Swaner Nature Preserve celebrates the beauty that surrounds Park City. Ten miles of hiking, biking and snowshoe trails run through the site’s 1,200 acres.
  • Summer in the mountains marks whitewater-rafting season. Utah Outdoor Adventures is one of several outfitters ready to take the willing out on the Weber River, perfect for participants of all abilities.

Transportation Essential

Airport Transit:Salt Lake City International Airport, about 35 minutes from downtown. Shared transport to Park City includes Canyon Transportation, from $43 ($86 roundtrip). Uber and Lyft start at $49.

Taxes: Park City, 13.37%; Summit county (Canyons Village to Kimball Junctions), 10.47%

CVB: Visit Park City,

    2020 Stella Award Winners

    Best CVB/DMO, Southwest: Visit Park City (Gold)