Park City, Utah
Reviews of Park Station
Park City, Utah
Best location in town, next door to but larger and frankly nicer than the Marriott (narrow units). this is one of the most comfortable timeshares we've stayed in, with a real "at-home" feel to it. Easy to work in kitchen with a nice pass through to the dining room table, which easily seated 6 of us.
There's a nice ski rack in the unit, and super comfortable couches. we didn't use the fireplace but it is there. Covered parking, although it is also on the bus line so you don't necessarily need a rental car.
We walked to Main St. restaurants and bars, and used the snow covered bridge to the Town Lift right up to park City Ski resort. Totally convenient. We would have to spend way more to get right on-slope lodging (and we're not convinced that's best as it is farther from town and restaurants).
Loved Deer Valley. Its rare to find a no-snowboard place. Late in the week we discovered the back way to drive out of the complex and get right on the road to Deer Valley. Very quick.
No complaints! Had a very fine time there last year (we just became members, hence the review now). Seems to be a bit of an undiscovered place.
Great location at the bottom of Main Street right next to Marriott Summit Ridge and on the main bus route. Spacious two and three bedroom units. Resort is refurbishing the units this summer according to newsletter.
This resort has a great location at the bottom of Main Street. The units are large and very comfortable. Late check-in was difficult as the Park Station building is among several building and is hard to find (especially when it is raining). Other than the problems with late check-in, this is a very nice place.
The best thing about Park Station is the location! It is within easy walking distance to Main St. where there are numerous restaurants, shops, etc. We enjoyed staying at a place where you could easily go for a walk in the evening. If you are skiing at Park City Mtn. Resort it is an easy walk to the bottom of the town lift. I am not usually fond of walking in my boots and carrying skis, but this wasn't a long walk. There is really no need for a rental car. The bus stop to get to the other two resorts is right out in the front of the Park Station.
The Park Station isn't fancy, but if you are going to Park City to ski you don't need fancy. We stayed in a 2BR/2BA unit that had a fireplace and full kitchen. The unit had plenty of space and we never felt cramped. Everything was very clean and well maintained. We didn't have full daily maid service, but someone was still in each day to empty the trash, give fresh towels, and even empty the dishwasher. There is also an outdoor hot tub on site.
We really enjoyed our stay at the Park Station and would not hesitate to go back.