by Sarah J.F. Braley | February 01, 2011

Park City
The 220-room Montage Deer Valley opened last December. The ski-in, ski-out property on Deer Valley's Empire Pass features a 35,000-square-foot spa with 29 treatment rooms, more than 17,000 square feet of meeting space and 35,000 square feet of outdoor event space, with Wi-Fi Internet access throughout. Each room has a gas fireplace and a mountain or valley view. Dining options include the Apex Grill; Daly's Pub & Rec, with bowling, pool tables, darts, a Wii lounge and arcade games; and the Vista Lounge & Terrace, serving bistro fare.

The new 2,072-square-foot Silver Mine meeting room now is available at the 199-room Park City Marriott. The room offers Wi-Fi and views of Park City Mountain. The property has 10,000 square feet of meeting space.

The 178-suite Hyatt Escala Lodge at Park City, a new ski-in, ski-out hotel at the base of the Canyons Resort, is open for limited service. The property and its food-and-beverage outlets will be fully open by this summer. The Hyatt has 4,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor function space.

Meeting Hotels
Among the ski destination's meeting properties are the 450-unit Westgate Park City Resort & Spa, 350-room Canyons Grand Summit Hotel, 227-room Lodges at Deer Valley, 220-room Montage Deer Valley, 199-room Park City Marriott, 185-room Newpark Resort, 181-room St. Regis Deer Crest Resort, 181-room Yarrow Resort Hotel & Conference Center, 180-room Stein Eriksen Lodge at Deer Valley and 175-room Waldorf Astoria Park City.

Airport Transit
Salt Lake City International Airport, about a 35-minute drive from downtown Park City. Transfer to Park City, $74 roundtrip

Room tax, 3%; sales tax, 7.45%; total tax on hotel rooms, 10.45%. At the St. Regis Deer Crest (in Wasatch County), room tax is 11.6%.

Group Venues
Not what you'd expect at a ski resort, Jupiter Bowl offers a selection of 16 bowling lanes, three pool tables in the billiards lounge and an arcade. The venue also features a new restaurant, called the Lift Grill and Lounge, serving American fare including gourmet burgers and hand-tossed pizzas. There's also a place to dance -- the Ten Pin Nightclub. Parties of 24 to 400 people are welcome. (435) 658-2695

A number of new dining and drinking establishments opened in town this ski season. Sky Blue, an urban bar, offers views of Park City's Main Street from the fourth floor of the 33-suite Sky Lodge. Cena Restaurant and Lounge, at the 142-room Chateaux at Silver Lake, serves Italian dishes such as wood-oven braised pork shank and risotto, and butternut squash ravioli. Downtown, Mexican is on the menu at the recently opened Blue Iguana, including chile Colorado (cubed beef steak with red chile sauce) and lots of tasty vegetarian dishes.

Park City Convention & Visitors Bureau, (800) 453-1360