Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley

Park City's classic ski lodge
VERIFIED LUXURY
Nestled mid-mountain at Utah's Deer Valley ski resort, the Scandinavian masterpiece Stein Eriksen Lodge has a magnificent alpine setting as one of its many attributes. The resort offers visitors unparalleled levels of service, and that's what makes it stand out among the many new luxury resorts that have opened nearby.

Heated sidewalks and walkways keep you toasty, while the ski valet service takes care of all your needs on the slopes. The blazing fireplace and inviting ambience of the Troll Hallen Lounge make it a cozy spot for après-ski or light fare. Rooms are distinct, but all feature jetted tubs; suites have gourmet kitchens, stone fireplaces and master bedrooms.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
• The lodge is located at mid-mountain, about 8,500 feet above sea level. This means ski-in/ski-out access and mountain biking are right out your back door.

• A heated outdoor pool and hot tub are available year-round, with complimentary sunblock for guests to use. Many rooms at this Park City hotel also have their own private hot tub on the patio, perfect for a little R&R after a day on the slopes.

• With 16 treatment rooms, private showers and tubs, fireplaces and more, the Five-Star spa is the perfect place to relax and recline in the lap of luxury.

• Stein Eriksen Lodge’s gym looks out on the quaint houses of nearby villages — a breathtaking view you can enjoy while using one of the many treadmills, elliptical machines, free weights, bikes or yoga balls provided by Life Fitness.

• The Glitretind is one of the most celebrated dining spots in Park City — the restaurant has received a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star designation for some 20 consecutive years and been mentioned in numerous “best of” lists.
Things to Know
• If you aren’t accustomed to high altitudes, you should give your lungs a day or so to adjust before jumping into intense exercise.

• Hiking boots, hats and sunblock will keep you protected out on the trail and bringing a few extra outfits will keep you focused on the adventure, rather than washing your clothes. But the lodge provides overnight laundry service in case you need it.

• Utah state alcohol laws require that anyone ordering drinks at a restaurant must also order food, so if you’re planning on sampling some of the onsite restaurants’ cocktails, be sure to bring your appetite.
The Rooms
• All rooms have exterior entrances, so you won’t have to cut across the lobby every time you leave.

• Thanks to the vaulted ceilings, bedroom areas at the Five-Star hotel feel open and roomy. Many of the rooms also have stone-hearth gas fireplaces and an outside deck with tables, chairs and a private hot tub.

• Facing the wall-mounted flat-screen TVs are one king or two queen-sized beds with comfortable mattresses and several pillows.

• The bathrooms are stone-tiled, keeping with the hotel’s natural feel, and have both a jetted bathtub and a separate shower with Molton Brown bath products.
The Restaurants
• The Glitretind’s warm and elegant setting is perfect for a romantic four-course dinner or for a hearty pre-skiing breakfast buffet.

• The inventive menus focus on a global cuisine experience, with dinner entrées like Kobe Pot Roast, Hawaiian Barramundi and Peas & Carrot Risotto.

• One of the Lodge’s on-staff sommeliers can assist in pairing wine with your menu selection. The collection at Stein Eriksen Lodge includes more than 10,000 bottles.

• Troll Hallen Restaurant Lounge, adjacent to Glitretind, has the same stunning views with a more casual, après-ski vibe. It houses the Lodge’s bar and has a fireplace that invites lingering.

• The après, dinner and dessert menus include many guilty pleasures with a gourmet twist, like Stein’s Garlic Cheese Fries with asiago cheese or Pork Belly Potato Skins with avocado mousse and pico de gallo.
Getting There
7700 Stein Way, Park City, Utah 84060
TEL435-649-3700
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
SLC (45 min-1 h)   36U  
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