The Cliff Spa offers rooftop views and full amenities, including spa treatments, an outdoor pool, a hot tub complex. The lodge offers two lounges and three restaurants, and many other lodge and condo options are also available slopeside, as well as a wide array of dining options.
Solitude: Sneak away for some Solitude. The 66 runs and three bowls are spread out over 1,200 acres, featuring 20 percent beginner, 50 percent intermediate, and 30 percent advanced terrain. The eight lifts access terrain with a vertical drop of up to 2,047 feet. Spend some peaceful time on 10 km of snowshoe trails, cross-country skiing on 20 km of trails at the Nordic Center, or ice skating at the rink with cozy fire pits nearby. Deer Valley is the resort's new owner and they’re busy upgrading chairlifts, lodges, and more.
Where to Stay
In Salt Lake City, you can stay at a luxury hotel, a charming bed-and-breakfast, or rent a condominium or home — lodging options are plentiful. Many of the slopeside accommodations offer convenience and luxury and are a great way to relax in luxury and soak up the ambiance of resorts.
For luxury accommodations in the city, Grand America in downtown Salt Lake City is known for its “old world opulence” and features 775 luxury rooms and suites complete with marble bathrooms. The property, which has a prime downtown location, has received numerous awards and is the only Salt Lake City property to receive the prestigious Forbes Four Star rating. Add the fact that the Grand Spa features a full menu of spa and salon services, including massage, steam rooms, saunas and an indoor pool, and you’ve got quite the relaxing retreat. The pet-friendly Hotel Monaco is home to a top restaurants and bar scene in Bambara and the Vault and is walking distance from downtown theaters, performing arts venues and an outdoor ice rink. Explore more top Salt Lake City hotels.