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Park City Vacation Rentals Meet Pillow Talk

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In Park City they like to say they have almost as many rooms as there are trees on the slopes. Let’s face it: that’s probably an exaggeration. But there’s no arguing that this small resort town played successful host to the 2002 Winter Olympics, so it can certainly handle the hordes that descend every winter to ski the “greatest snow on earth”. Boasting beds enough to fill 6,000 rooms and then some, Park City is nonetheless popular enough to merit pre-booking during busy holiday periods. Spoiled for choice, the complication, truly, is bedding down with the perfect vacation match. We mean accommodation, obviously. So pack your bags for a quick run-through your Park City vacation rental options.

While you might find sound slumber and convenience in one of the area’s resort hotels, Park City’s character is better revealed with an escape to a peaceful cabin hideaway, or a spacious condo equipped with crackling fire. If you’re looking for something less romantic and more spacious, consider renting one of the furnished homes available during ski season, hot tub always a plus. Townhouses conveniently situated just off Main Street make it an easy jaunt home for those frequenting the bars and restaurants around historic Park City, the perfect solution for late night revelers who want to mix pleasure with proximity to the pillow. History buffs with a thing for quaint old homes will do well to look rather for one of Park City’s atmospheric Bed & Breakfasts, where modern comforts meet whimsey, wainscoting and eggs over easy. And for those jet-setters who like to get around by well, RV, not jet, Park City also offers year round hook ups at two different locations, depending on whether you want wifi and a heated pool or a little peace and quiet.

So while settling on the right Park City vacation rental might not be a long-term commitment, it’s clearly more than a one-night stand. You’re making memories, people.

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