We stayed at the Lodges of Deer Valley in order to take advantage of the great hiking in the Wasatch and Uintas mountains. The lovely facility was a great base for our activities. The full kitchen allowed us to get an early start on our day. The inviting living room and outdoor patio were great places to come back to for relaxation before dinner. The in-unit laundry was an unexpected and welcome addition.
The slopes of Deer Valley Resort are all within a half-mile of this inviting lodge, which offers a complimentary ski …More
We love everything about out stay with the exception of the pillows. We have never stayed anywhere with such flat stinky smelling down pillows. Rooms usually have a variety of firmness selection on the bed, but all of the ones in our room were limp, flat ones. We thought that was really strange for such a nice place. It was a quiet room which was cozy and very nice. We would definitely stay again but bring our own pillows!
Traveller from Utah
Located adjacent to the Deer Valley Ski Resort, this family-friendly hotel is 6 miles from the Canyons Resort in Park …More
I would say my overall experience was awesome. I think my major disappointment was the jacuzzi. I picked the hotel specifically because there was a jacuzzi on the balcony. I went to get in and it was empty... Totally bummed. I think the other kinda bummer was that the lobby hours of the staff are from 10-5 so when you actually need something nobody is there to help you.
The rooms were beautiful and you really couldn't ask for more as far as conscience to the lifts and shops!
Mont Cervin Plaza cannot fail to impress with its dazzling amenities, flawless SKI-IN/SKI-OUT location and graciously …More
From the second we pulled up to the St. Regis Deer Valley, we knew we were in for a treat. The staff were friendly and accommodating, running to help us with our bags and car. The hotel offers a car service to nearby Park City, so if you want to go shopping or out on the town you don't have to worry about paying for a cab or designating a driver. The sizeable room boasted a comfortable king bed, complementary bottled water and dark chocolate delivered with evening turndown service (referred to by the bf as "rather aggressive" housekeeping), giant bathroom with separate shower and garden tub, and a lovely view of the mountains. We were staying for a wedding, which was a beautiful experience. The food and drinks were wonderful, as was the evening sitting at the "fire garden" - a set of outdoor fire pits complete with soft couches and plush blankets.
Traveller from Memphis
We open our doors on November 5, 2009, and are accepting reservations for stays on or after January 4, 2010.The St. Regis …More