Sundance Mountain Resort

Sundance, UT Resort
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ChainIndependent / Other
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Total meeting space1,301 sq. m
Guest rooms95
8841 N. Alpine Loop Road
Sundance, UT 84604

Sundance Mountain Resort

Sundance, UT Resort
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Recommended by Forbes - 2018 #1 Resort in Utah- Conde Nast Reader's Choice Award 2017


Room features and guest services

  • Calls (Local)
  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Mountain)
  • Voicemail box


  • Extended stay
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Skiing
  • Spa or salon

Venue accessible by

  • Airport shuttle
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Piano
  • Portable heaters
  • Staging area

Photo gallery


Meeting space

Total meeting space1,301 sq. m
Meeting rooms6
Largest room392 sq. m
Second largest room309 sq. m
Space (Private)Available
Space (Outdoor)Available
Exhibit space650 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms95
Single (One bed)95
Tax rate11.32%



Local Attractions

Sundance Film Festival

45 minutes away
Join in the festivities at Sundance by attending the well-known Sundance Film Festival. With most of the festival activities based in Park City, many locals, visitors, and celebrities can be seen crowding the streets to watch films and to shop and dine along Main Street. For 10 days in January, the Sundance Film Festival presents hundreds of films made from independent filmmakers. Several of the films go on to the big screen in theaters nation-wide after the festival. In addition to the screenings at Park City, the Sundance Resort also offers an opportunity to view these films in their majestic surroundings at the Sundance Screening Room in Utah Valley. This lets you enjoy a day full of skiing to come back to base to dine and end the night with a great film -- all at a serene place
Park City, UT

Heber Valley Historic Railroad

Historical landmark
25 minutes away
This unique attraction features the 618, a 1907 vintage steam locomotive, which pulls passengers in authentically restored vintage coaches on one- or two-way trips from Vivian Park up Provo Canyon, around Deer Creek Lake, and through the beautiful Heber Valley. The 618 and her sister engines also transport visitors on such fanciful evening adventures as the Sunset Special, Pioneer Day Lakeside Limited, Storytelling Train, and the Christmas Train - The North Pole Express. Call for train departures, varies depending on season and event.
Heber, UT

Historic Downtown Provo

20 minutes away
Historic Downtown area offers a unique shopping and dining experience in Utah Valley. A variety of restaurants located on Center Street are locally owned and operated. There is something for everyone's taste, including, Mexican, Asian, Italian, and Indian food, smoke barbecues, sandwiches, etc. Some of the stores include antique shops, health and beauty, art galleries etc.
Provo, UT

Salt Lake City International Airport

55 mi. away
Salt Lake City International Airport is located five miles northwest of downtown Salt Lake City. The airfield consists of three air carrier runways and a general aviation runway. Runway 16L/34R is 12,003 feet long, runway 16R/34L is 12,000 feet long, runway 17/35 is 9,596 feet long and runway 14/32 is 4,900 feet long. There are two terminals, five concourses (A-E) and 83 aircraft gates. Delta Air Lines and SkyWest Airlines operate from Terminal Two. All other airlines serving Salt Lake City use Terminal One. In addition to scheduled international service, the International Terminal is used by chartered flights and houses U.S. Customs. The Salt Lake City Department of Airports has been collecting art since 1977 that is displayed throughout Salt Lake City International Airport. The multimedia collection creates ambiance for passengers, employees and other airport users. The art is periodically rearranged to accommodate the evolving demands on airport space creating a movable visual feast.
776 North Terminal Drive
Salt Lake City, UT, US 84116

Brigham Young University

20 minutes away
Brigham Young University, home of the Cougars, is diverse in culture with students from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and 115 countries. BYU of Provo, Utah provides higher education to over 30,000 part-time and full-time students each year. The “Y” mountain can be seen by visitors entering the Utah Valley and acts as a beacon guiding them to BYU’s campus, nestled in the heart of Provo at the base of the Wasatch Mountains. Mount Timpanogos and Utah Lake contribute to the beautiful scenery that surrounds campus. Although BYU educates thousands of students, the University also offers many opportunities for the community and visitors from around the world to enjoy. Museums, libraries, competitive nationally ranked sports teams and performing arts are all available for you to partake in and experience. In U.S. News and World Report "America's Best Colleges" issue 2002, BYU received high marks in several divisions.
Provo, UT

Utah Parks and Forests

Put the complete outdoor experience of beautiful Utah Valley right your door—the door of you tent or camper, that is. Utah County operates 11 parks and 21 miles of scenic byways, and many more state and national parks are located nearby, making Utah valley a true camper’s paradise. The Timpanogos Cave National Monument, located in the heart of the Uinta National Forest, is also situated in Utah Valley, as well as the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. In addition, Utah Lake State Park and Camp Floyd/Stagecoach Inn State Park are located within Utah County. Deer Creek Reservoir State Park is also a short drive away. Utah Valley’s parks, forests and wilderness areas not only provide great camping—they are also the gateway to your next Utah Valley adventure. If you have a single afternoon or a day to spend, it’s well worth the trip—and if you have more time, your journey can lead you to discover a myriad of outdoor activities, beautiful scenery, and fascinating history that each area has to offer.

Distance from airport

  • 88.51 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking


Nestled at the base of Mount Timpanogos, this full-service year-round community for the arts, recreations and nature is situated on 6,000 acres of spectacular wilderness. Sundance offers a variety of unique indoor and outdoor conference and function spaces. From groups of 15 to 200, the spaces you use are designed to echo the beauty of the natural settings of Sundance. With over 14,000 square feet of meeting space and a variety of outdoor venues, Sundance Resort is ideal for corporate events, weddings, board retreats, or private catered functions.

Additional information

Awarded as: Top Resorts in the Continental U.S. in the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2014 readers’ survey The Rehearsal Hall, our largest space which accommodates up to 250 people in a dinner setting has a food and beverage minimum of $3000 plus a $500 room rental. The Redford Conference Center, our newest space which accommodates up to 180 people in a dinner setting has a food and beverage minimum of $3000 plus a $500 room rental. The Screening room which accommodates 60 people in a dinner setting and the Creekside which accommodates 70 people in a dinner setting both have a food and beverage minimum of $1800 plus a $300 room rental. And finally, the Wasatch Room which accommodates up to 30 people in a dinner setting has a food and beverage minimum of $800 plus a $200 room rental.


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