by Chris Duthie | September 01, 2017

• The 350-room Grand Summit Hotel in Canyons Village has completed $15 million in renovations of its suites, spa, lobby, front desk and 15,000 square feet of conference space. 

• Canyons Village's 130-room Hyatt Centric Park City has completed a $6.3 million makeover to its luxury guest rooms and residences. The investment adds further style to the slope-side property's perks, which include casual dining, a fitness center, a heated outdoor pool, steam rooms and 10,000 square feet of meeting space. 

• The 46-room Lodge at Blue Sky Ranch is scheduled to debut in fall 2018 with luxury tents, a restaurant, a spa and customized outdoor 
adventures like fly-fishing on Alexander Creek. The property is an anchor amenity of Blue Sky Utah, a 3,500-acre hospitality and recreational complex 16 miles north of Park City. 

Meeting Hotels: Group properties in Park City and Deer Valley include the 488-room Westgate Park City Resort & Spa, 350-room Grand Summit Hotel, 266-room Lodges at Deer Valley, 220-room Montage Deer Valley, 220-room Silverado Lodge at Canyons Village, 199-room Park City Marriott, 181-room DoubleTree by Hilton Park City, 180-room Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley, 175-room Waldorf Astoria Park City, 159-room Silver Baron Lodge, 150-room Newpark Resort Hotel & Conference Center, 139-room The Chateaux Deer Valley and 130-room Hyatt Centric Park City.

To find and compare hotels, and send RFPs, visit mcvenues.com.

Convention Center: DeJoria Center in Kamas; indoor/outdoor exhibit and meeting space, 160,000 square feet; number of meeting rooms, two. dejoria
center.com; (435) 783-3527

Airport Transit: Salt Lake City International Airport, 35-minutes from downtown Park City. Shared transport to Park City includes Snow Country Limousine and Park City Transportation, starting at $45. Uber ride service starts at $39.

Taxes: Park City, 10.45%; Summit County (Canyons Village to Kimball Junction), 9.35%

Group Venue: As host of the acclaimed Sundance Film Festival, Park City has cultivated one of the finest culinary scenes west of the Rockies. Recently opened Firewood restaurant, led by chef John Murcko, features a glass wall that allows diners to observe delicacies being prepared atop a giant open-flame grill. The venue comfortably holds groups of up to 150. (435) 252-9900

Contact: Visit Park City, (800) 453-1360