When you visit Main Street, stay the night so the fun doesn’t have to end.

When you’re figuring out the next place to vacation, you pretty much consider three things:

  • Attractions
  • Food
  • Lodging

And your experience with any of the three categories can really make or break your hard-earned vacation.

As far as lodging goes, let us save you the hassle of figuring it out.

Rule number 1: Stay in Historic Park City. We’re not exaggerating when we say that you’ll be in the middle of everything. Staying in old town lets you walk to restaurants, shopping, nightlife, hiking trails, and the ski resorts. If you want to venture out further, the bus system in town is super efficient (and free!).

Rule number 2: There is no rule #2. Just stay in the heart of the action and instead of spending your time driving and finding parking, spend your time enjoying the attractions and food of Park City. 

Where to Stay 

Now that you’ve narrowed down your search area to old town, where exactly should you stay? Well, that really depends on what you’re looking for and how many people are joining you. Is it just you? A romantic getaway? A bachelor/bachelorette weekend? The quintessential family vacation? No matter how many people are staying, we’ve got you covered.

Solo or Couple’s Retreat

Really, you can stay anywhere you want since you probably don’t need a ton of space or a restaurant that serves chicken fingers, but if you trying to avoid some of the family crowds, stay at the Blue Church Lodge for that cozy, mountain vibe or Main & Sky if you’re looking for a more modern, luxurious hotel right in the middle of town.


Group of Friends

How often do you really get together with your friends for a stress-free vacation? It probably doesn’t happen all that often, so do it up right. Abode luxury rentals will set you up in one of the most beautiful rentals in the area — and Park City is kind of known for exquisite real estate. Another great option: rent out the penthouse suite at the Washington School House. It’s been completely renovated and blends the history of the 1889-era building with every modern luxury you can think of. Obvious bonus: no one has to be DD when you stay right in the midst of the Park City nightlife.

 Family Vacation

Of course, Park City is not all penthouse suites and romantic getaways. In fact, we’re known for being a great family destination with all of the outdoor activities, sightseeing, and restaurants available in town. Marriott’s Summit Watch and the Treasure Mountain Inn both will ensure your whole family leaves town happy. There are pools, hot tubs, courtyards, coffee shops, and everything else needed to meet everyone’s expectations.


Come Stay with Us!

 Ultimately, it’s hard to go wrong with any of the great options in Historic Park City. They each have a unique vibe and they offer different amenities, but at the end of the day, you’re still staying in the heart of one of the most beautiful mountain towns in America.