Lying east of Salt Lake City in Utah, Park City is known for its mountain resorts and snow-glazed valleys. It is a perfect place for a quick honeymoon after your wedding. Take your romantic escapade in Utah to a whole new level by experiencing world-class skiing, exquisite meals, and luxurious spa treatments. I am not exaggerating when I say it is a perfect package for honeymooners! You have your adrenaline-rushing sports, breathtakingly beautiful scenery featuring marvelous mountains and alpine greenery, fine-dining restaurants, and sophisticated shopping areas.
Where to Stay In Park City
Park City is full of amazing resorts and hotels. While for most trips I recommend practical accommodations, for Park City, its worth a splurge. Some of your best memories of your time in the city may be spent at the jacuzzi or spa together, recovering from a long day on the slopes or by a warm fireplace with an amazing view of the mountains in the morning or afternoo n. Here are a few recommendations for where to stay.
Featured Honeymoon Resorts & Rentals
Westgate Park City Resort & Spa
When we were in Park City, we personally stayed at the Westgate Park City Resort & Spa. It offers several amenities making it a perfect Park City resort for honeymooners. It is ideally located in the base of Canyons Village, offering ski in/ski out access, direct access to lifts, hiking trails, and a myriad of restaurants and shops.
You’ll find suite accommodations with oversized beds and in-room hot tubs. The Forbes-rated Serenity spa offers a range of romantic treatments and the award-winning fine dining restaurant, Edge Steakhouse, offers the perfect indulgent honeymoon evening. We loved swimming in the indoor/outdoor pools and in the adults only relaxation pool with a waterfall.
Stein Eriksen Lodge
Stein Eriksen Lodge just celebrated its 35th winter season and is known for being Utah’s first Forbes Five-Star property. Here you will find Utah’s only Forbes Five-Star spa and have 3 award-winning restaurants and a slopeside coffee shop on site. They have been recognized as Park City’s eminent romantic lodge, offering stunning mountain views of Deer Valley Resort and the Wasatch Mountain range.
If you are looking to celebrate your honeymoon in a luxurious alpine setting with unrivaled service and the highest attention to detail from a sincere and friendly staff, then Stein Eriksen Lodge will not disappoint. We strive to make every guest’s stay special and memorable.
We stopped by Stein Eriksen Lodge to check out the cozy Glitretind restaurant and can say we found the service amazing, the food delicious, and while it is not cheap, I consider it a good value.
At Goldener Hirsh Inn, you can spend a lavish honeymoon in the comfort of a cozy suite, travertine showers, and spa services. The European-style ski hotel sits under the looming shadow of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains and only a few steps away from the Silver Lake Express. Along with your significant other, try out skiing, hiking, and biking trails surrounded by picturesque views of Bald Eagle Mountain.
The hotel’s 20 rooms feature European king-sized beds, hand-painted furnishings, fluffy terry cloth robes and slippers, private balconies and wood-burning fireplaces. Guests can also enjoy the hotel’s hot tubs, sauna, and exercise equipment, and the Continental and American fare from its on-site restaurant, which has earned “Extraordinary” ratings from Zagat Restaurant Guide, Four-Diamond recommendations from AAA, and was awarded the “Best of State” for Fine Dining — European Cuisine in 2017 by the Best of State® organization.
The Washington School House Hotel
Recently I went to Park City, Utah on a romantic trip with my husband. We stayed in a hotel called The Washington School House Hotel. It is an old school house renovated into a boutique luxury hotel. There are tons of unique things on the property that make it special, such as, an Olympic torch outdoor fireplace. The hotel only has nine rooms which makes it very intimate and perfect for Honeymooners. – Sarah Funk
Wyndham Park City
Wyndham Park City offers honeymooners the ideal intimate getaway in a beautiful setting. The resort’s elegantly designed and spacious one- and two-bedroom suites come complete with full amenities like fully equipped kitchens so couples can enjoy selected wine and cheese from local gourmet markets or even make breakfast in bed, and luxurious king size beds.
The resort, which opened in 2014, just steps away from Canyons Ski Resort slopes and offers ski in & out gondola access, heated outdoor hot tubs for evening star gazing, fire pits and ski storage and rentals onsite, so newlyweds can enjoy their time together and not worry about logistics. Whether bonding on the slopes in winter or mountain biking and hiking in the summer, Wyndham Park City is at the heart of it all and walking distance from the charming shops, art galleries, and award-winning restaurants of downtown.
One Empire Pass
Situated in the stunning Empire Pass area of Deer Valley Resort, One Empire Pass is an intimate ski-in/ski-out community of 27 private residences that boasts expansive views up to the Daly Chutes and Lady Morgan Bowl, as well as down valley to Historic Park City Main Street and beyond.
Here you will find all the warmth and comfort of casual mountain design with the latest modern luxury features and finishes. Open, spacious kitchens with living and dining areas flow freely while broad window walls, “see-through” balconies and private elevators service each residence.
The lodge features over-sized, infinity-edged spa pools and fire pits; a fitness center; a 5-star valet ski service provided by JANS Mountain Outfitters that include ski rentals and clothing for last-minute needs; on-site guest ski storage; a resident manager providing concierge services; complimentary underground heated parking, and the Empire Pass Shuttle service to handle all transportation needs with ease.
Hyatt Centric Park City
Tucked away in the Wasatch Mountains, Hyatt Centric Park City is a convenient base camp for a romantic alpine getaway, no matter the season. The hotel offers locally sourced food and comfortable guestrooms that serve as a perfect home base for your Park City adventure.
While staying at Hyatt Centric Park City for a honeymoon, enjoy the mountain views from a one-bedroom king residence, which features a full-size kitchen, in-unit washer/dryer, pull-out sofa, wet bar, and stone gas fireplace.
The hotel features a heated outdoor pool with melt decking open year round. And if you’re looking to hit the slopes, the property has an in-house activities company, Wasatch Adventure Guide, that can help with all of your winter activity needs.
Hotel Park City
Surrounded by alpine landscapes and the freezing scent of winter, Hotel Park City brings you on a warm, nostalgic shelter on your honeymoon. For $259 per night, book Spa Package and pamper each other with love and luxuries. Have adrenaline-pumping snowy adventures under the frosty skies, sleep in a lavish suite, have candlelight dinners and unwind at Health Club and Spa
Rent a Ski Home
For an alternative honeymoon experience, couples can rent a cozy ski home and relish the extra privacy. Surrounded by pines and aspens, homes like 952 Lowell Avenue managed by Wyndham Vacation Rentals offer a secluded retreat while only 5 blocks from historic Main Street and one block from the Town Lift ski trail access. A private hot tub overlooks a scene of wooded views, while inside, a cozy living room spotlights the same with floor-to-ceiling windows. Leather couches, a pool table, and a gas fireplace make it a romantic spot to unwind, while a gourmet kitchen allows for playful taste testing of local recipes. The master bedroom boasts a gas fireplace too. It’s a fun option for newlyweds about to embark on finding their own dream house.
Utopian Luxury Vacation Homes offer a unique, luxurious vacation experience. Honeymooners can pick a home, and the concierge service will take care of the rest. From planning fun excursions to intimate, romantic dinner reservations, our full-service staff will focus on the details so honeymooners can focus on each other.
For example one of the homes, Parkite on Main is a cozy condo located on Historic Main Street giving guests quick access to everything Park City has to offer. The King Master Suite is fully equipped with a grand fireplace, TV, and bathroom; perfect for a relaxed night in! To continue their romantic stay, guests can even enjoy a glass of wine in the hot tub to watch the sunset or snowfall on Main Street.
Arrowleaf 6 is perfect for ski-enthusiast couples. With ski-in/ski-out access, honeymooners can hit the slopes straight away. This lodge includes hot tubs, a fire pit, and some beautiful views. Couples who want a taste of adventure with romance can get both at Arrowleaf 6.
Things to do in Park City together
Spend some of your vacation cozying up by the fireplace in the comfort of your hotel or rental home. This is one of the reasons why your accommodations can make a big difference in how much you enjoy your trip. If you are there in the winter, you are going to love the late evenings and mornings spend together cozy inside.
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If you want to hit the slopes, December through March is the best time to visit. We have been to Park City Mountain Resort and it is our favorite ski resort in the area. The staff is very friendly and helpful, there is a variety of slopes for any difficulty. Our last trip was in the beginning of the season and we were lucky that there was a lot of snow to enjoy when we were there.
Besides skiing, go on a moonlight snowshoe tour, a sleigh ride, or try some of the amazing restaurants. If you don’t have the gear or don’t want to worry about gear, you can always rent it. In our last trip, Aloha rentals got us suited up and ready to go.
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For a unique experience go for a ride on the bobsled course that was built for the Olympics. To gain an insight into the city’s history, visit Park City’s historic district that has a variety of buildings built in Queen Anne, Spanish Revival, and Victorian styles.
In the summer you can enjoy a ride on Alpine Coaster is a must for thrill-seekers. Glide down the mountain enveloped by the sublime beauty of Park City. Enjoy the outdoors be hiking the beautiful trails or mountain biking.
He is an expert travel advisor and enthusiast. He has traveled extensively in the USA, Central American, South America and Europe. He has visited every Sandals Resort and is one of a select few Diamond Elite members of the Sandals Chairman’s Royal Club.
Dan graduated from Johnson & Wales University with an associate degree in Culinary Arts. Later he graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelor’s degree in International Studies with a focus on people and culture.