The right lodging in Park City puts you minutes from the action happening on the slopes, and from quaint, but lively, historic downtown. And you don’t have to settle for your typical hotel room. There is a myriad of options for various group sizes and style of accommodation when you choose to stay in Park City vacation rentals. Park City offers more than 6,000 rooms, thanks in part to the hosting the 2002 Winter Olympics, and due to the high demand for access to the “greatest snow on earth.” You will probably need to book early. And if you do, you will find the perfect vacation match for your needs.
While there are many comfy and convenient hotel choices in Park City, many visitors find their needs are better met in a serene cabin hidden away in the woods, or in a condo warmed by a cozy fireplace. If you require extra rooms for a family or group trip, there are furnished homes available during the winter season, hot tub included. You can also stay in a townhouse located just off of downtown Park City, convenient for frequenting restaurants and bars and experiencing the vibrant nightlife. There are several Bed & breakfasts allowing you to experience historic old homes, friendly down home service and a traditional breakfast, while maintaining modern comforts. If you’re bringing your own accommodations on wheels, there are a couple RV parks to choose from offering year round hook ups, and in at least one instance, access to a heated pool and wifi service. So where will you stay? The options are endless and more specific to your needs than you might have assumed. Remember, before you book a standard hotel room, consider the variety of Park City vacation rentals available. You will certainly find accommodation better suited to your needs.