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Park City, UT Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 50
Total Sleeping Rooms 5,221
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,146
Committable Meeting Rooms* 27
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $162
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $74
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $276
*Maximum for a single hotel

Park City, UT Things to Do and Attractions

Alf Engen Ski Museum

Fans of skiing should not miss an opportunity to visit the Alf Engen Ski Museum. The museum features a number of interactive and virtual exhibits that highlight the history and future of winter sports in the region. Located in the Utah Olympic Park,

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Amatsu Spa

Rest and relaxation are the goals at Amatsu Spa in the Sky Lodge. The Japanese bath-themed spa features a number of treatments to rejuvenate the body and ease away stress. Visitors can indulge in a cooling cucumber botanical scrub with a plum wine

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Deer Valley Resort

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The Deer Valley Resort unapologetically caters to an upscale clientele. As one of only three ski resorts in America that prohibits snowboarding, Deer Valley offers amenities to pamper and attract only those who take their skiing seriously. The resort

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Main Street

Park City's Historic Main Street is a hub of activity for locals and visitors alike. Rebuilt after a fire in 1898, many of Main Street's buildings retain an old world charm while housing more modern venues. Several of Park City's finest restaurants

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Park City Balloon Adventures

Visitors to Park City are just a short trip from sky high exploration and natural wonder. At Park City Balloon Adventures, guests can climb aboard a hot air balloon to soar above the peaks and valleys of the majestic Utah Rockies. Among the flights

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Park City Golf

Golf aficionados will revel in the plethora of options available around Park City. The area's elevation has the unique benefit of allowing for longer drives off the tee, and courses in the mountains are typically 10 to 15 degrees cooler than at other

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Park City Museum

The history and development of this vibrant western city is on display at the Park City Museum. Dedicated to exploring the area's roots, from its humble beginnings as a mining town to its current reputation as a world-class destination for skiing and

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Park City Skiing

Park City's meteoric rise in popularity began in the pristine powder on the slopes of the Rocky Mountains. The area's decision to focus on winter sports and skiing helped make Park City a top-notch destination for recreational tourism. Although Park

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Recreation Ventures

For an opportunity to get off the beaten path and explore the wilderness of the surrounding area, visitors to Park City can arrange for alternate modes of transportation. Recreation Ventures specializes in All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) and snowmobile

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Rocky Mountain Recreation Tours

Park City and the surrounding mountains provide year-long opportunities for recreation and outdoor fun. The summer months are perfect for fishing in the area's many tranquil rivers and streams, while the winter is tailor made for snowmobile

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Sundance Film Festival

In 1981, acclaimed actor Robert Redford gathered a few friends in the Utah mountains to analyze and discuss the state of American film. Nearly 30 years later, the work has continued via the Sundance Institute and the highly acclaimed Sundance Film

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The Canyons Resort

Skiers and snowboarders seeking adventure head straight to the Canyons Resort for some of the most challenging slopes in the area. The Canyons offers experts a chance to try backcountry skiing through untouched snow off of 21 designated runs, most of

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The Park City Mountain Resort

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Opening in 1963 and formerly known as Treasure Mountain, the Park City Mountain Resort is used as a training base for the U.S. Ski Team. The resort also hosted all snowboarding and giant slalom events during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.

Today the

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350 Main

350 Main has been steadily racking up awards since its opening, including being named Best Restaurant in Park City for both 2007 and 2009 by Salt Lake Magazine and Best Place to Impress Clients by Utah Business Magazine. Its self-described "global

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Easy Street

No trip to the West is complete without a hearty meal of rustic favorites. At Easy Street, diners can sample American classics without sacrificing elegance and ambience. The menu features steak, seafood and pasta dishes, expertly prepared by the

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El Chubasco

When craving Mexican cuisine, Park City locals head to El Chubasco, a hidden gem serving authentic and quality food at reasonable prices. The restaurant features a family-friendly atmosphere with a laid back attitude. The menu consists of traditional

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Goldener Hirsch Inn

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Tucked away in the Deer Valley Resort is one of the finest restaurants in the West. Aiming to bring old world continental charm to Park City, the Goldener Hirsch Inn quickly developed a reputation as an unforgettable dining experience. Keeping with

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