Montage Deer Valley ResortSep 16, 2010 | Lodging Comments Off
This year the Summit Conference moves to the luxurious Montage Deer Valley Resort and the experience should be even better than years past. The service is impeccable and the amenities feel just right without being too stuffy.
Group rates are available three days prior and three days after the Event dates indicated in the room block, subject to availability of guest rooms at the time of reservation. If you wish to add additional nights, please call one of the on-site reservations agents at 435.604.1300 to inquire about availability. Mention “Summit Conference” to book at the discounted rates.
Montage Deer Valley, opened December 2010 in the year-round community of Park City, Utah, is one of North America’s finest mountain resort destinations. Reminiscent of the great mountain lodges of the West, this refined Mountain Craftsman resort is less than five minutes from Park City’s celebrated Main Street and an easy 40-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). Montage Deer Valley promises a classic on-mountain getaway for all seasons. Resort guests enjoy a coveted location atop Empire Pass, true ski-in/ski-out access to North America’s No. 1 ski resort (ranked by the readers of SKI Magazine 2008-2012) and year-round activities, including hiking, biking, golf and fly-fishing. In addition, Park City’s historic Main Street offers shopping, dining, cultural events and festivals – all just minutes from the resort.
Guest Services & Amenities:
The Montage culture of artful experiences and highly personalized service is a hallmark of every visit at Montage Deer Valley. Our gracious associates are available around the clock to fulfill your every need. Highlights include:
Ski-in/ski-out on-mountain location
Adjacent to three high-speed chairlifts
Ski/bike concierge and valet services
Year-round recreational activities
Spa and wellness programs
Executive business center
24-hour in-room dining
Complimentary wireless internet
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