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If you’re looking for a place to unwind, look no further than Park City, Utah. This year-round resort town is tucked away in the mountains but just 30 miles away from Salt Lake City. Best known for its winter resorts and as the host city for the Sundance Film Festival, Park City has a lot to offer. This mountainside town is great for skiing, hiking, whitewater rafting, and much, much more. There’s no better place to book your hotel in Park City than Venere. As experts in travel, we can help you find the right hotel for your specific needs. Our hotels are searchable online at and feature detailed descriptions, real-time rates and availability, over 1 million reviews from real guests, and the best deals on the web. You can easily book Park City hotels online or give us a call and we’ll help you find the right hotel for your travel needs over the phone.

What's Park City like?

Just 30 miles outside of Salt Lake City, this iconoclastic mountain town was once popular for its silver mines but now those mineral-filled mountains lure a different sort of traveler: winter sports fans. While the winters in Park City are shorter than many other ski regions, the city offers a variety ski areas from resorts to public trails and the Utah Olympic Park where guests can book a bobsled ride, zipping 80 miles per hour down the luge track used in the 2002 Winter Olympics. Thrill seekers can also check out the AlpineSlide, Alpine Coaster, Xtreme Zip zip line, and over 400 miles of wooded trails to explore in and around Park City. In town, you’ll find cultural attractions like art galleries, the Park City Museum which offers tours of the city’s historic district in the summer, and over 100 restaurants. Park City is said to have more restaurants per capita than any other city with flavors from across the globe available around this mountain town. January is the city’s busiest times as the winter has taken hold of the slopes and film buffs swell into Park City for the Sundance Film Festival, many staying at Park City hotels.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Park City

Park City is much smaller than its name suggests, with a population of just 7,500, but this little mountain town is host to more than 600,000 visitors each year. What Park City lacks in size, it makes up for in beauty. Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains, locals and visitors alike can look to the horizon for stunning views of the tree-lined mountains. In the fall, many of these trees turn beautiful shades of red and yellow. This view is great from downtown, but it is even better from the skies. Locals highly suggest hot air balloon tours of the parks this town was named after, particularly in the summer and fall months. Park City transit is easily accessible – and free, allowing you to get to and from many Park City hotels. Locals urge visitors to take advantage of the city’s transit system to get around town. You can also take a chair lift to the mountain for plenty of winter fun! Summers are the quietest time for Park City, as most of its visitors aim for the short winter months to plan their trip. Summer can be just as fun with trout fishing, mountain biking, a variety of golf courses, and warm, beautiful days with cooler nights. No matter when you choose to visit Park City, your stay is sure to be wonderful.