Park City Hotels
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Park City has the highest number of ski-in/ski-out lodging brands and offers over 100 different lodging options, including multi-family private homes, bed and breakfast inns, condominiums, and full-service hotels. When looking for cheap or discounted hotel deals, there are plenty of choices, such as Park City Peaks Hotel. It's just minutes from Park City Golf Club and Park City Mountain Resort. There are three spectacular resorts near this hotel, and depending on the time of year, prices can be as low as $69/night.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Park City

The Park City Peaks Hotel
The Park City Peaks Hotel
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4.1
968 reviews
2346 Park Ave, Park City
from $69
PowderWood Resort
PowderWood Resort
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3.0
83 reviews
6975 N 2200 W, Park City
from $69
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City - The Yarrow
from $101
Stein Eriksen Lodge
Stein Eriksen Lodge
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4.3
143 reviews
7700 Stein Way, Park City
from $275
Newpark Resort & Hotel
Newpark Resort & Hotel
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4.4
232 reviews
1456 Newpark Blvd, Park City
from $129
Waldorf Astoria Park City
Waldorf Astoria Park City
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4.4
123 reviews
2100 W Frostwood Drive, Park City
from $199
Montage Deer Valley
Montage Deer Valley
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4.5
78 reviews
9100 Marsac Ave, Park City
from $265
Park Regency Resort
Park Regency Resort
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3.8
249 reviews
1710 Prospector Ave, Park City
from $68
The Lodge at the Mountain Village
The Lodge at the Mountain Village
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3.1
300 reviews
1415 Lowell Ave, Park City
from $74
The St. Regis Deer Valley
The St. Regis Deer Valley
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4.4
167 reviews
2300 Deer Valley Dr E, Park City
from $297
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Avoid Peak Season for Best Park City Deals

Park City is famous for its snow, winter sport activities, and Sundance Film Festival. For the best hotel deals, avoid the peak skiing season and book a mid-week trip. If you book your travel for mid-July through early November, you could see discounts of 30-40% off of peak travel prices.

Consider The Lodge at the Mountain Village, ideally located at the base of Park City Mountain Resort beside the PayDay chairlift. The Lodge's hotel rooms, studios, and 1-to-4-bedroom condominiums overlook the mountain village and its charming outdoor ice rink, ski shops, restaurants, boutiques, and coffee shops.

Location, Location, Location in Park City

Although you want to stay within budget, you also want to be close to the best that Park City has to offer. To cover both the cheap and convenient, stay close to Main Street and Park City Mountain Resort. 

Even if you find yourself further out, Park City operates a free area-wide bus service between Deer Valley Resort, Main Street Transit Center, Park City Mountain Resort, and Canyons Resort. Free bus service also runs to Kimball Junction and Quarry Village, servicing Park City’s outlying areas, so you can get around without needing a car or having to pay for transportation.

With a stay at Park Regency Resort in Park City (North Park City), you'll be convenient to the George S. and Dolores Dorb Eccles Center for the Performing Arts as well as Park City Mountain Resort. This ski condominium resort is also close to the Olympic Welcome Plaza and Park City Golf Club.

Discover Park City's Main Street 

There are so many things to do and see on Main Street in Park City, you won’t have to venture far to have a good time. Combine small town charm with award-winning cinema at the weekly Park City Film Series at the library. Park City is also home to the Kimball Art Center and nearly 20 art galleries. Experience the free monthly Park City Gallery Stroll, which offers refreshments and live music on Main Street, or check out the many shops, bookstores, and restaurants on Main Street.

Airbnb Listings in Park City 

While checking Hipmunk for cheap places to stay, you'll notice many Airbnb options. Rates start around $65/night, so even budget travellers can find something to fit their needs. For example, one Airbnb listing for a private room included a bedroom with a queen size bed; ample closet/storage space; use of the kitchen, living, and dining areas; and access to the garage to store ski equipment.

Cuisine Variety is the Spice of Life 

In terms of cuisine, Park City's 100+ restaurants and bars will please every taste, including Mexican, Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Italian, French, Austrian, Middle Eastern, Indian, Southwestern, Pub, and American Continental. They’re all within easy walking distance or accessible via the free city-wide transportation system.  

Park City Travel Resources

Visit these websites for helpful tips on planning your trip to Park City:

Park City Website (http://visitparkcity.com

Park City Main Street Map (http://www.visitparkcity.com/includes/media/docs/MainStMap.pdf)

Bus, Bike, Walk Free Transit (http://www.parkcity.org/index.aspx?page=257)

Cheap Lodging and Airbnb (http://hipmunk.com

You'll find everything you need to discover cheap hotels, things to do, and places to eat while vacationing in Park City!  

Tips for Finding the Cheapest Hotels in Park City, Utah

Park City is famous for professional level ski slopes and was home to the 2002 winter Olympic Games. The city offers three top-rated ski resorts, but visitors can still find cheap hotels, such as the PowderWood Resort, Best Western Landmark Inn, and the Holiday Inn Express.  

Best Time to Travel to Park City

Park City receives visitors year round, but October through April is the peak season, with Christmas being its busiest time of the year. Visitors may also want to avoid Park City in January during the famous Sundance Film Festival. The cheapest hotels in Park City can be found from May to September.

Cheap Hotels Away from the Slopes

While staying at a hotel with ski slopes right on-site is more convenient, visitors will find great Park City hotel deals as they move further away from the slopes. This is a great way to stay in a luxury hotel for a fraction of the cost.

Cheap Transportation Options

Park City operates an affordable transit system that will take visitors nearly anywhere in the city.

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