Stein Eriksen Lodge

7700 Stein Way, Park City, Utah, USA
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Scout loves

  • The European heritage and influence.
  • The stunning views from the mountain or valley-facing rooms.
  • The huge living areas in the condos.
  • Twice daily, complimentary yoga classes.
  • The hotel has a ski-in ski-out location with its own lift access.
  • The great ski valet service.
  • Free Wi-Fi and no resort fees. 

Scout tips

  • Valet Parking is $30 per day in winter.
  • Some of the condos have been more recently updated by their individual owners, but all furnishings are stipulated by the hotel and so are kept within a certain style.
  • A buffet breakfast is included in the rate.
  • Some rooms face the courtyard. Scout recommends requesting a mountain view. The corner rooms are spectacular but come at a higher rate.


Deer Valley itself is one of the more recent additions to the North American ski scene, having been established in 1981. Stein Ericksen was instrumental in the development of the resort – bringing an element of luxury to the ski circuit, as well as a high level of service.

Situated close to the Silver Lake Lodge base area, Stein Ericksen Lodge is famous for its service-focused approach, and also for its rooms – which are large and tastefully decorated. Even the lounge areas are marvelous – Scout spent some time just sitting on a sofa, in awe of the views. They’re so good it would be hard to tear yourself away for skiing, but then again Deer Valley’s perfectly groomed runs are always calling.

Plus, the lodge is in a prime position for skiing, and the ski valets make it supremely easy to get yourself onto the snow. And after you’ve filled up on the delicious buffet breakfast that’s included in the rate, you’ll have energy to burn.

If, however, skiing isn’t your thing, there’s always the free yoga classes, the beautiful spa or the well-equipped gym to keep you occupied – or perhaps you could enjoy a spot of shopping at one of the hotel’s many stores.

Whatever you do, make sure you visit the lodge area within the hotel to see the cabinet full of amazing trophies and medals from Stein’s career. 

Who should stay here

This lodge would suit a more refined, conservative guest who appreciates the historical significance of the hotel, and who wants full luxury without it being too flashy. 

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