Park City, Utah

Stop 3:

Park City, Utah

Once you feel you’ve had your fill of what the Colorado Rockies have to offer, it’s time to see what lies west of the border in Utah. In Park City, you’ll want to continue your luxurious life among the clouds at the Waldorf Astoria. At the Waldorf, there’s only one option that can really live up to the kind of G.O.A.T. road trip you’re on, and that’s their three-bedroom Astoria Suite. This two-level abode of opulence features a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a large living room, a separate dining room, a full-sized washer and dryer, and six fireplaces, including one on the balcony. The oversized jetted tubs in the master bathrooms are the perfect place to relax after a long day exploring the mountains.

Like with Breckenridge, the town experiences most of its traffic during the ski season, but the summer offers just as much to do – perhaps even more, since cold temperatures won’t limit visitors in their outdoor exploration. One of the locations you won’t want to miss while you’re in town is Utah Olympic Park, where visitors can “zip, climb, hike, and explore Olympic history.”

Or, if your body is in the mood for relaxing as opposed to exercising, a visit to Utah’s only five-star spa, the Stein Eriksen Lodge Spa, is in order. There, visitors are offered the finest in relaxation, including a sauna, steam room, hot and cold plunge baths, a couple of treatment rooms and specialty rooms which include two Vichy wet treatment rooms, manicure/pedicure stations, and a hair and makeup salon.

Once you’ve treated your body, it’s now time to treat your taste buds, and Park City’s offerings will not disappoint. For hip Asian cuisine that matches the chic interior of the restaurant, try Shabu. Their sublime offerings are known to draw visiting Hollywood types as well as in-the-know locals. For fine American cuisine, Glitretind, located in Stein Eriksen Lodge, will not disappoint. Wood trim, white tablecloths, crystal glasses, and fresh-cut flowers set the scene for executive chef Zane Holmquist’s creative dishes. Sample specialties like duck and waffles, or Rocky Mountain elk tenderloin.

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