The Inn at Solitude, Solitude

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Overview - hotel description - The Inn at Solitude description

Nestled at the base of the mountain, this 4-star hotel has 46 spacious rooms, ranging from deluxe rooms to Suites with kitchenettes. All rooms are finely and thoughtfully appointed with an emphasis on space and comfort, not unlike the resort itself.

The Inn offers bed & breakfast intimacy and ambiance with the service of a first-class hotel. Guests enjoy daily housekeeping services, continental breakfasts, access to the Solitude Mountain Spa and great dining at on-site bar and restaurant, St. Bernard's.

With its slopeside location, The Inn is only a very short walk to the main village lifts, a short slide down to the kids ski school and close to all skier services.

Hotel Amenities:

  • Concierge service
  • On-site restaurant and bar
  • Complimentary valet service
  • Full spa access
  • Heated outdoor pool
  • Hot tub
  • Sauna
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Ski-in/ski-out location
  • Continental breakfast

Facilities - The Inn at Solitude features

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All rooms and suites are thoughtfully appointed with an emphasis on comfort and space, not unlike the resort itself. This Bavarian style Inn feels more like a lodge in its layout and the immaculate 4-star service helps to maintain this warm, welcoming atmosphere.

There are four room varieties, the first two are Deluxe Rooms, available with either a Slope or Village view. The second category are the more spacious Suites and Kitchenette Suites, these are better suited to families and groups. All rooms and suites include:

  • Fridge
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Bathrobes & toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • DVD player
  • Flat screen HDTV
  • Free WiFi
  • iPod docking station

In addition to this Kitchenette Suites also offer kitchen/dining area and microwave - some units come with private balconies.

Fold out beds and cribs are available on request.

Meals - food and drink in The Inn at Solitude

We update The Inn at Solitude's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Solitude - about holidays in Solitude - about ski holidays in Solitude - about ski holidays in Solitude United States

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An oasis of calm among the ski giants of the Utah region, this resort’s name is no misnomer. Though it’s among the elite Rockies 6 for snow cover, and has intermediate and expert runs good as any in the state, the crowds just never came. It’s no wonder Deer Valley smelt the potential. They bought up the resort in 2015 and have big things in store…

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Great for Families Intermediates Quiet ski holidays

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)33 miles, 1 hour
Region:Utah, USA
First opened:1956

Solitude lift pass price last reported as $65-83 (single day adult pass). Ask for a quote when booking The Inn at Solitude.
Night skiing: No
Solitude has N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 7988ft / 2435m
Top of slopes: 10,035ft / 3059m
Bottom of piste: 7988ft / 2435m
Vertical drop: 2047ft / 624m
Total length of trails:1200 acres / 77 runs
Longest piste:3.5 miles / 5.6km
If ever we’ve heard of a cracking reason to start a ski resort, this is it. Billionaire uranium miner, Robert Barrett was one day barred from the restroom at Alta (a “guests only” privilege). So affronted, he set to work building a ski resort of his very own, right next door... Setting his sights on Big Cottonwood Canyon, the next canyon across, he bought up all the land and began building the cosy, Bavarian-style village that hasn’t grown much to this day. Surrounded by the same Wasatch mountain range a...
1200 acres of mixed ability terrain, three bowls and some of the most impressive off-piste terrain in the country. If this doesn’t suffice, the resort of Brighton (and another 1050 acres) is just over the hill and accessible on a SolBright pass. Lots of beginners make their first turns in Solitude. The ski school has a magic carpet but many skip this and head straight for the incredibly gentle Easy Street (served by the incredibly gentle Link chair). A less intimidating run you will not find. Super wide run...
Solitude tucks itself in early, but it can muster up some lovely, cosy evenings with warm spirits and fine food. If you’re loathe to part with your après ski booze – the Library Bar (contrary to name) doesn’t have a bespectacled bookkeeper to tell you to be quiet, and serves cocktails like Whiskey Smash in view of the setting sun. A place you’ll be happy to sit in ski gear, the Thirsty Squirrel is a rustic spot for an après beer and billiards. With 10 restaurants to choose from, dinners are the main e...

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