Activity: Lunch at the St Regis Deer Valley, Utah, USA
This post is one chapter on our trip to Park City, Utah, United States on Alaska Airlines. This trip was booked and credited to Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan using a two for one Companion Fare courtesy of the Alaska Airlines credit card. For more information on how this trip was booked, please see our trip introduction here. For other parts of the trip, please see this index.
- Introduction: Skiing in Park City, Utah, USA via Alaska Airlines
- Alaska Airlines Premium Class: Bellingham – Seattle
- The Club at Seattle – A Concourse – Seattle Tacoma Airport
- Alaska Airlines Premium Class: Seattle – Salt Lake City
- Hotel Park City by Autograph Collection, Park City, Utah, USA
- Skiing at Park City, Utah, USA
- Skiing at The Canyons Mountain Resort, Park City, USA
- Skiing at Brighton Mountain Resort, Cottonwood Canyon, USA
- Lunch at the St Regis, Deer Valley, USA
- Alaska Airlines Premium Class: Salt Lake City – Seattle
- Alaska Airlines: Seattle – Bellingham
Activity: Lunch at the St Regis Deer Valley, Deer Valley, Utah, United States
It was get away day today. We woke up to a little snow falling but nothing serious enough to cause any havoc on the highways. It made for some picturesque views from the hotel room as we left the property.
With an early evening flight, and some time to kill, we headed over to Deer Valley Ski Resort for a little look around. It’s known for super luxury skiing and the home of several Olympic Winter Game competition sites including moguls and freestyle for the Winter 2012 Olympics.
With lunch hunger coming on, we wandered next door to the St Regis Deer Valley. The hotel is situated on the hill, but accessible from a funicular located next to the base resort area. There were many people that had the same idea, as the hotel appeared to be a bit of a destination for lunch goers like us.
On the ride up…
Once at the top and the hotel, we self led ourselves into pleasant surroundings. There were a lot of public spaces, which were totally empty in our photos likely because most of the guests were out skiing for the day. There are indeed a lot of rooms here, so I don’t imagine this to be too quiet and peaceful a stay in high winter season.
We wandered over to the St Regis Bar, where we settled in for lunch. I had a signature bloody mary, along with a buffalo chili. MrsWT73 ended up with the snack plate, featuring hummus and pita.
Seventy four dollars poorer, we headed back down and off to the Salt Lake City airport. One last look at the hill from the funicular right down.
The St Regis Deer Valley appears to be a neat but large format hotel. I would love to stay one day, but I wouldn’t expect anything small or boutique oriented having seen the size of this place!