The Chateaux Deer Valley
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Chateaux Deer Valley Park City
Rooms were comfortable with nice features -- towel warmers, jetted tub, comfy beds and duvets and a fireplace.
Nice warm pool outdoors and hot tub. Deck was heated so it was comfortable for your feet when going between pools.
We visited in the off season and so the hotels restaurant was closed and we ate at their sister property across the street (Stein Eriksen --very nice restaurant).
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