Park Plaza Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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
Hit the Armstrong trail for a slow grind up to the top of Park City ski resort. It starts out nice and mellow but by the 2nd or 3rd mile you're legs and lungs are asking "why me"? You gain a couple thousand feet in less than 5 miles so by the time you hit the top, yes you're ready for the downhill. Grab the mid-mountain trail over to John's and …
... Office and report the keys being lost. Now being down in the dumps, the girls walked back to Bea's to get the spare key. I stayed with the car as I could see someone walking the lot watching for a car to blink. Ritchie brings back the spare set and I'm still in the dumper.
As we wait for dinner, my phone rings and the Mall Office has found the keys. Spirits are now sky high. Perfect ending to a great day.
We traveled from Park City, UT to Heber, UT and saw the big long lake and had ice cream on the way home at the Dairy Keen. We went on to Sundance, UT, the home of the Sundance Festival that Robert Redford is know to head up and has a big house in the area.
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I also went to the Church of Later Day Saints Campus and asked to see the inside of the main Temple or Tabernacle, “NO BUENO”. I did meet two nice people who were more than willing to talk to me at a later date if I wanted to. There names were sister Imazeki from Japan and Sister Su’a from The American ...