Park Plaza Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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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 …
... line. When we finally got out on the slopes it was totally worth it. Beautiful snow conditions. Derek is awesome on the snowboard. I never realized you have to loosen the strap on one boot and take it off the board every time you get on the lift. That is why all the snowboarders sit down at the top. I just never paid attention to it before. About skiing... Gus flies down ...
... quite fascinating. So much knowledge with so little time.
We were excited to experience some American culture by going shopping!!!! The stores didn't know what hit them. With 2 shopping, dining and entertainment levels over 4 blocks, to say it was awesome would be an understatement. With some great bargains and lots of bags, we headed home for the day.
We returned to ...
... Rosie wanted to spend so much time in there, (I know she´ll argue it was me,but seriously it was her.) We were running late for our flight, we still had to eat and fill the car up with petrol. We went to a drive through salad bar, but it was quicker for me to run in and out and jump back in the car as the drive in was way too slow. We decided we wouldn´t fill up as couldn´t find one, plus the fuel gage was still just about full. ...
... out to dinner. We had heard that there was a steak house around the corner called Diamond Lil’s. Put it this way, I should have cooked. The meal was terrible. But the décor of the place was fantastic; it could have fitted in with an old school Clint Eastwood cowboy and Indian movie. It had pictures up on the walls of Whyte Earp, Doc Holiday and Jesse James.