This spacious Park Station luxury two bedroom and two bathroom condo is conveniently located one block off of Historic Main Street, in downtown Park City. The master bedroom is furnished with an extremely comfortable king size bed, flat screen TV, and a full private bath. The second bedroom has two twin beds, flat screen TV, and a separate full bath. There is ample closet storage in each bedroom. The kitchen has a large counter area with stools and is perfect for après-ski entertaining. living room has a large flatscreen tv where you can Relax by the wood burning fireplace after a long day on the slopes, dine at the large dining table, or hang out on the private balcony overlooking the central courtyard. Unwind in the large outdoor/indoor heated swimming pools and hot tubs.
The location couldn’t get any better, Park Station is less than two blocks from the exclusive Town Lift, with ski-in/ski-out access to Park City Mountain directly from Main Street. The bus stop is right outside of the condo which will transport people to Deer Valley and the Canyons.
• 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
• 1 king bed, 2 twin beds
• Queen sofa bed in living room
• Accommodates 4 guests comfortably
• Flatscreen TV in each bedroom
• Flatscreen TV/DVD player in living room
• iPod speakers in condo
• Coin-operated washer/dryer on premise
• 2 blocks from Main Street
Park City is far more than a year-round resort town, it’s a scenic mountain community that’s filled with winter sports, summer activities, and an action-packed calendar of events. Park City offers three world-class Wasatch mountain ski resorts; The Canyons, Park City Mountain, and Deer Valley. The local Utah Olympic Park now serves as a year-round competition and training ground for athletes and a community park for bobsled rides, an alpine slide, and ziplines.
Park City is home to endless activities like cross country skiing, hot springs, golfing, tubing, rafting, biking, hiking, fishing, and even a Viking yurt. This small mountain town is world famous for hosting Robert Redford’s annual Sundance Film Festival and is home to the United States Ski Team. Downtown Historic Main Street offers a variety of clubs, bars, music venues, boutiques, restaurants, and theaters. With powder bowls, immaculately groomed runs, and award-winning terrain parks, there’s always a new corner of Park City to discover.