Park Plaza Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Plaza Resort Park City
These rooms normally go for more than $300/night during peak ski season so getting it for 1/3 of that who can complain?
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TripAdvisor Reviews Park Plaza Resort Park City
Travel Blogs from Park City
Woke to 26 degrees (minus 3 Centigrade) and snowing again.
John and I borrowed Andrew's camper and drove down the canyon and then up another to Park City. Ski resort of the rich and famous. Park City was the site of the 2002 ...
We got back to a larger city with our stay in Salt Lake City, but we did not escape the heat. The morning in Moab was cool-ish (mid-70s, which felt like a gift) and we got off without a hitch. The views on the drive to SLC were again crazy strange, with the landscape changing rapidly and apparently without warning. Sometimes the rocks and desert scape looked like the surface of the moon (or what I imagine the moon looks like), and then it would change to ...
... the street in an uphill way. Everything here is hilly. Not a surprise since we are in a sky town but at an altitude of about 7000ft walking anywhere seems more difficult.. Patrick and I have found ourselves easily short of breath at these altitudes and I seem to feel headachey and tired whenever we go ...
... so we left them there. The scenery is so pretty here. The ride back to the cabin was nice and the rolling green hills were pretty. We passed the sheep corral again, but this time, there was only one sheep there laying in the grass, white with a shock of red on its side. It turned out that it was dead, and we all felt awful. So sad! We speculated what could have happened on our way up the dirt road to the cabin. We were greeted by very energetic pups at the door. So we ...
... return from the football game, but I can't remember it....I must be getting old.
The next day we settled in at Susie and Burt's to catch up on domestic duties, laundry, organizing, etc. Susie was in the midst of re-landscaping her front yard most of the day, with help from Lane, Austin and her brother Bill. Every now and then I would stand around supervising, but never got my hands ...