Park City

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

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Photograph courtesy of Visit Park City

Why Park City for Your Next Meeting?

As fall rapidly approaches, Park City is gearing up for winter — and the swarms of skiers who will head to town. With millions of dollars being put into resorts from Deer Valley to the Canyons, there will be many upgrades for guests who want to hit the slopes, trails and spas, or just relax by the fire.

Choose the Food First
Getting the menu right takes creative partners with the expertise you need. Winner of the Best of State Caterer a whopping 24 times, Culinary Crafts not only has a tried-and-true event résumé, but also great relationships with a number of the town’s venues, such as Kimball Terrace and the 4U Ranch.

Recent Updates to Hotels and Venues for Meetings and Events

Sold to a real estate arm of the Mormon Church last year, the 123-room Park City Peaks Hotel is undergoing a transformation into a Marriott Tribute property. No word yet on whether the name will stay the same; work on the project is scheduled to begin in late April 2024, after the 2023-’24 ski season winds down.

The second phase of a $42 million renovation and expansion project at the 174-room St. Regis Deer Valley — tackling the lobby, common rooms, fitness center and guest rooms — was scheduled to be completed in 2024, but updates were not available at press time. The first phase added a five-story building with nine residences, some of which are in the rental pool. There are three two-bedroom homes; five with three bedrooms; and one four-bedroom penthouse with a loft, patios and a terrace. Each features three or more fireplaces, a large heated balcony off the living room and a lock-off bedroom. The property’s dining options include Rime from chef Matthew Harris.

The 162-room Chateaux Deer Valley finished up a $3 million renovation last year that upgraded the pool area, courtyard and fitness center. The pool deck now has two hot tubs and space for lounging, with great views of Flagstaff Mountain. A central fire pit and four smaller ones were added to the 25,600-square-foot courtyard. S’mores kits are available at the front desk.

Deer Valley Resort is expanding the Snow Park Base area to connect it with the Silver Lake Mid-Mountain trail system, one of a number of trail projects taking place this summer. Working with Gravity Logic, experts in designing bike paths, a new intermediate jump/flow trail and a new advanced/expert flow trail will be constructed on Bald Eagle Mountain, as well as the addition of a hiking-only trail. Ripple, the newest green (easy) flow trail will open officially this summer, offering a top-to-bottom, leisurely ride. Spread over six mountains and featuring about 3,000 vertical feet of elevation change, Deer Valley Resort offers nearly 70 miles of mountain-bike trails accessible via three chairlifts. Several of Deer Valley’s mountain-bike trails connect with Park City’s 400-mile network.

Bringing a VIP?
Make an appointment in advance at JW Bennett’s Park City store for the gift of a lifetime, a custom, handmade hat. You also can arrange fittings for your event.

Meeting Hotels

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

To find and compare hotels, and send RFPs, visit our venue finder.

Group Venues
  • The DeJoria Center in Kamas is on High Star Ranch, which offers stagecoach rides, team-building with horses, mountain-biking, snowshoeing and more. The center hosts up to 1,300 theater-style or 550 for a banquet. The  second-story pub called State Road Tavern is available for dinners and receptions of up to 250 people, and features a deck with mountain views. 
  • The elegant barn of River Bottoms Ranch on the Provo River in Medley seats up to 200 for a dinner, plus 150 under the pavilion. The rustic chandeliers in the barn can be lowered to be adorned with flowers or other decorations of your choice.
  • New on the city’s famed main street is Pine Cone Ridge, a contemporary American kitchen and bar (baked brie, chilled buttermilk and cucumber soup, or bison New York strip steak, anyone?). Groups of 150 seated and up to 200 for a reception are welcome.
  • Blue Sky Utah is a 3,500-acre mountain playground in Wanship, where guests can enjoy hiking, fly-fishing, hunting, horseback-riding and hay rides. Among the event options are the 8,000-square-foot Arena; the connected Terrace, a multiuse outdoor space; and an event yurt (left) that holds 22 people. The Lodge at Blue Sky, an Auberge Resort, features 19 rooms, 22 earth suites and 5 creek houses. 

Transportation Essentials

Airport Transit: Salt Lake City International Airport, about 35 minutes from downtown. Shared transport to Park City includes Canyon Transportation, from $49 each way.

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

CVB: Visit Park City

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