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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 Meeting Planning Overview

Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Park City with its majestic landscape and invigorating spirit attracts millions of visitors each year. In fact, the city continues to make an appearance in top ski and outdoor magazines worldwide, while in 2008 Forbes Traveler named it one of the 20 Prettiest Towns in the country. But there's much more to Park City than a serene setting and posh resorts. It also features more than 50 professional meeting and convention facilities and one of the most accessible U.S. mountain locations.

Located just 36 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City is connected to all parts of the globe. The airport has over 350 daily arrivals and non-stop service to over 100 cities in the United States, Mexico, and Canada; it also offers service to European cities, Lima, and Tokyo. Known for its exceptional on-time record, Salt Lake City International Airport also provides excellent accommodations and amenities for passengers. In Park City itself, convention guests are treated to efficient and complimentary transportation around the town via Park City Transit and the Main Street Trolley Service.

Park City, Utah, is one of the best resort venues in which to hold your next meeting or conference. Despite its intimate atmosphere, Park City offers more than two dozen professional meeting and convention properties and can accommodate groups as small as 10 or as large as 700. Meeting planners may choose from over 1,146 committable guest rooms ranging from bed-and-breakfast inns to full-service hotels with fully equipped conference rooms and catering facilities.

Park City's convenient transportation comes in handy for reaching one of over 50 meeting and convention hotels spread across town, many of which are walking distance to Main Street. The Park City Marriott features over 10,000 square feet of flexible meeting space spread across a ballroom, boardroom, and Junior Ballroom. Meanwhile, the 181-room Yarrow Resort Hotel and Conference Center offers a picturesque setting and limitless amenities for visitors and convention guests, including a newly renovated restaurant, business center, complimentary Internet service, and conference services support for transportation, lift tickets, and recreation. The Montage Deer Valley, occupying a coveted location on the slopes at Deer Valley Resort, offers over 35,000 square feet of conference facilities.

Park City also boasts a number of unique spaces for events that are experts at giving visitors a true taste of the town and plenty of business-friendly amenities. Art centers such as Kimball Art Center are chic spots for cocktails and conversation. Utah Olympic Park is the ideal location for retreats, conferences, special events, and more, accommodating groups of 20-1,000 among 12 event spaces. A tribute to both Park City's popular pastime and Utah's Athlete of the 20th Century, the Alf Engen Ski Museum is an ideal spot to welcome up to 144 guests to a conference or convention. Additionally, many of Park City's award-winning eateries offer private dining space, professional service, and mouth-watering cuisine.

Over the past several years, tourism has become the primary economic engine for Park City. In fact, tourism accounts for over half a billion dollars in regional revenue as visitors flock to the city for events such as the Sundance Film Festival and Park City Food and Wine Classic, to area ski resorts, and for other outdoor recreation.

About Park City, UT / Additional Info

As the primary resort town in Utah, Park City attracts visitors from all over the globe with its stunning natural beauty, unbeatable outdoor recreation, and vibrant arts and music scene. Spanning across 9.4 square miles just 32 miles from downtown Salt Lake City, Park City is home to more than 7,000 residents. With a backdrop of scenic mountains and a storybook Main Street, Park City is an ideal spot for outdoor fun and relaxation all year long.

Springing to life more than 130 years ago, Park City rose to fame at the discovery of hefty silver mines in the surrounding mountains. Though the mining boom eventually ended, Park City remained a popular destination for ski bunnies and thrill seekers, even more so when the city helped host the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Today, the city's popularity continues to soar thanks to its reputation as a first-class resort and host of celebrity-studded events such as the Sundance Film Festival and the Park City Food and Wine Classic.

Certainly one of the most popular activities for Park City visitors is skiing. The city has three world-class resorts that provide the finest accommodations and amenities to visitors from across the globe: Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort, and the Canyons Resort. Combined, these resorts offer 9,326 acres of The Greatest Snow On Earth®, 426 runs, bowls, terrain parks, and 58 lifts, mean that skiing and snowboarding in Park City have never been better for guests of all skill levels. In addition to its top-notch slopes, Park City offers plenty of wintertime fun in the form of ice skating at the Park City Ice Arena, taking a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the woods, or now tubing at Gorgoza Park.

Though known as a great ski destination, Park City's mountainous location is also a great spot to visit during the warmer months. Companies such as Red Pine Adventures and Country Trails offer guided horseback rides through the wilderness, while Beyond Limits provides challenging half-day mountain biking or hiking tours. Park City is also home to a number of 18-hole championship golf courses, including Soldier Hollow Golf Course, Wasatch Mountain Golf, and Park City Golf Club, ranked as one of the premier public golf courses in the region.

In addition to being a haven for sports and recreation, Park City is also becoming quite a hotspot for arts and culture. In the downtown area, art galleries and historic theaters stand side-by-side with hip boutiques and antique stores. The city's culinary scene is also on the rise, as it's now home to several award-wining restaurants that reflect a variety of flavors and influences. Enjoy fine continental cuisine in a setting reminiscent of an Alpine lodge at the Goldener Hirsch Inn, or the global-inspired cuisine at 350 Main. After dinner, head to one of Main Street's happening clubs and bars and ask for Park City's signature drink, the Sky Blue Acai Sour, an intoxicating combination of Absolut Berri Acai vodka, lemon juice, and blue Curacao.

 
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