Zermatt Utah Adventure Resort & Spa, Park City

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Location: where is Zermatt Utah Adventure Resort & Spa

· located in the village of Midway · free shuttle bus · 10 minutes' bus ride to Deer Valley Gondola · 18 minutes' bus ride to Park City mountain

Overview: hotel description: Zermatt Utah Adventure Resort & Spa description

Located in the peaceful town of Midway, amidst the magnificent Utah Rockies, is the Zermatt Utah Adventure Resort & Spa. With its detailed and purposeful European décor, the resort promotes ultimate elegance and refinement.

Dr Fuller, the hotel’s designer, travelled to Europe with a team or architects and engineers to seek out the best design inspiration to reflect the local Swiss heritage in Midway. The town, situated 10 minutes from the Deer Valley Gondola, was founded by Swiss immigrants, meaning many of the buildings uphold the native Swiss look. The half-timbering and frescoes on the exterior of the resort’s buildings, the Swiss Canton crests on the 20-foot high lobby fireplace, the German wood carvings and the Swiss stained-glass windows make it a truly special property in western America.

As well as the impressive design, the Zermatt is home to more than 400 guest rooms fit for families, couples and friends who want to rest their heads after a day of exploring Park City’s slopes. The rooms are clean and cosy, with alpine wallpaper borders scaling the tops of the walls.

On the ground floor you can take a refreshing dip in the indoor-outdoor pool, or relax in one the hot tubs. The ceiling of the indoor part of the pool even features a sky mosaic that changes colour in the evenings. And, as the hotel’s name suggests, you’ll also find a spa at the Zermatt. Pick from a menu of treatments and massages or focus on your breathing in the sauna or steam room.

Breakfast is included at the hotel so, for dinner, you can head out and grab some grub wherever you like. However, if you’d rather stay in the warm, then you can choose to eat at one of Zermatt’s two onsite restaurants – Z’s Steak & Chop Haus or Wildfire's. The former is known for its award-winning steaks, while Wildfire serves up typically American fare. If your sweet tooth is getting the better of you, then The Bakery at Zermatt is your best bet for delicious European pastries.

Facilities: Zermatt Utah Adventure Resort & Spa features

· hotel bar and lounge · sun terrace · live music · free WiFi · internet terminal · indoor/outdoor pool · two hot tubs · wellness area with sauna, steam room, relaxation room and fitness room · extra charge for massages and other treatments · pool table · kids' play area · outdoor shuffle board ·Wildfire Restaurant · Z's Chop & Steakhosue (open Thu, Fri and Sat - reservation is required) · in-house ski shop · laundry facilities · 4 lifts to all floors except the 5th floor

Room Types: Zermatt Utah Adventure Resort & Spa bedrooms

All rooms have a flatscreen TV, a music dock, free WiFi, a telephone, bathrobes and slippers, a hairdryer, safe, coffee maker and air conditioning, and are all non-smoking. Room service is available up to 9pm daily. Interconnecting rooms are available on request. Costs are available for an extra charge.

Double queen room - sleeps 2-4: two queen beds, private bathroom with WC.

King standard room - sleeps 1-2: one king bed, private bathroom with WC.

Meals: Zermatt Utah Adventure Resort & Spa food & drink

· hot buffet breakfast · complimentary daily bakery treats available in the lobby

We update Zermatt Utah Adventure Resort & Spa'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 Park City: about holidays in Park City: about ski holidays in Park City: about ski holidays in Park City United States

Award winning resort Dry, plentiful powder Large and varied town

The clouds that descend on Park City after crossing the neighbouring desert drop some of the best snow on earth onto the varied 3,300 acres of terrain. Group this with a vibrant and exciting town and you have the makings of an outstanding ski holiday for every type of snow lover.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Intermediates

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Snow Report: Top 174cm, Bottom N/Acm

Snow Forecast: 0cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 88.83cm

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Salt Lake City International Airport60km, 42 mins
Region:USA, Utah
First opened:1963

Park City lift pass price last reported as $570 (adult 6 day pass). Ask for a quote when booking Zermatt Utah Adventure Resort & Spa.
Night skiing: Yes
Park City has N NE NW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - April.

Town altitude: 2000m
Top of slopes: 3048m
Bottom of piste: 2103m
Vertical drop: 945m
Total length of trails:116 trails
Longest piste:5.6km (Homerun)
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