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I booked through Park City Ski Places and stayed in condo A207 with three of my friends. The place was impeccably clean, spacious, and had every amenity we could have thought of available to us. TV and DVD players in every room, DVDs, books/magazines, every...More
Booking accommodation can always be a bit of a gamble but from my first dealings with Stuart I knew I could rest assured. The condo didn't dissappoint. The photos and the virtual tour really didn't do it justice. From start to finish the experience was...More
We booked through Park City Places and hadn't seen these reviews before we booked, so our expectations were pretty low. We just wanted something reasonably priced near Park City. We walked in and were amazed! Very clean and cozy, with a nice view, fireplace, open...More
I rented condo A305 from Park City Ski Places for a ski trip in February. Having looked through dozens of listings, this condo was definitely a great deal. The condo was clean, comfortable, spacious, situated in a perfect location, and cheap!
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We rented B308 from Park City Ski Places and had a fabulous stay. The condo is in excellent condition and it had everything we needed. With three bathrooms it was a breeze getting ready in the morning. It is conveniently located close to shopping and...More
The bus stop is in front of the Grand Summit hotel on the opposite side of the ski village which is about 100 yards away from Sundial. Please let us know if you have any more questions.
It is about the equivalent of a city block. You have to walk to the bus stop that is at another hotel on the opposite side of the ski village. Canyons Resort and Park City Mountain Resort are now one connected ski resort so... More
It is about the equivalent of a city block. You have to walk to the bus stop that is at another hotel on the opposite side of the ski village. Canyons Resort and Park City Mountain Resort are now one connected ski resort so it it possible to take a lift up into the mountains from Sundial Lodge and then ski down into Park City ski area. I hope this answers your question.
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