The Lodge at the Mountain Village

1415 Lowell Ave, Park City, Utah, USA
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Scout loves

  • The wide range of room types to choose from.
  • This complex IS the base of Park City Mountain.
  • Some of the condos have incredible views of the slopes through huge atrium windows.
  • Parking and Wi-Fi is free, and there are no extra charges.

Scout tips

  • Furnishings vary from condo to condo, due to the fact they’re individually owned. The Lodge classifies the more basic units as ‘standard’ while those that have been more recently refurbished are classed as ‘premium’.
  • Some of the condos are right on top of the bus stop and can be noisy.
  • There are no food and beverage services in The Lodge (though there are plenty right outside the door).
  • The building is getting old (it was built about 30 years ago) so some condos can feel a little run down.
  • The hotel rooms are small – as tiny as 200 square feet, and the studios all have murphy beds.

SCOUT REVIEW

It can be difficult to figure out where to stay in a place as big as Park City (and that’s not even including The Canyons and Deer Valley). If you’re there to ski, the best approach is to narrow down your options into two categories: downtown or mountainside. Downtown properties are right in the thick of the action and provide proximity to happening apres venues. And thanks to the town lifts, they still make it fairly easy to get to the slopes. The mountainside properties, meanwhile, are situated at the base of the mountain, which is about a five minute drive away from Main Street.

The Lodge at Mountain Village provides a range of decent accommodation options in the mountainside area. The complex itself was built when Park City Mountain was going through a big growth spurt in the 1980s.

What this place offers is variety – there’s something for all types of skiers. Whether you’re a weekend warrior who is just there to ski hard and play hard for a couple of days, or a parent taking the kids on a longer holiday, The Lodge has options that will suit.

The privately owned rooms are categorized as ‘standard’ or ‘premium’ which dictates the standard of the upkeep – you get what you pay for. The standard rooms and condos can sometimes be quite basic and dated, but it won’t matter if you’re not particularly fussy. Plus, it’s hard to complain when you factor in the location at the base of the mountain.

Conversely, the premium condos can be luxuriously appointed, with soaring atrium ceilings, large wooden beams and plenty of space. Some are as nice as the luxury hotels in the area, and so well worth the small increase in price.

Outside your door you’ll find an ice rink, restaurants, shops, rentals, lift tickets, a ski school and ski lifts. It doesn’t get much more convenient!

Who should stay here

The Lodge at Mountain Village would suit weekend warriors who want to ski hard, aren’t too fussy, and are looking for a good value option at the base of the mountain. It would also suit families or bigger groups who are looking for a nicely appointed condo that’s close to everything. 

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