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Hyatt Centric Park City
Ranked #8 of 60 Hotels in Park City
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Reviewed 11 March 2014

Our family of four just spent one week here. We stayed in a standard room with two Queen beds on the fifth floor in the main building with a view of the slopes. It is very noisy at night with the snow cat grooming the trail and the constant beeping but we were so happy to see snow for the first time in our lives we didn't even care about the noise. The rooms are clean and neat. We had to constantly ask for an extra towel. They always gave us three instead of four. It was a convenience to find that we had a small fridge and microwave in the room with eating and drinking utensils. There were three hooks on the wall which was not enough to hang all of our coats, ski pants and all of our wet, damp clothes and shoes every day. So we tried using the hotels laundry but they use a third party off the property and we were left waiting for it for 2 days. (We heard some of the other hotels take your clothes to dry for you when you walk in the door). There is a complimentary shuttle around the Canyons resort to all the hotels and the 7-11 at the bottom of the hill. There is also a complimentary shuttle to Main Street every hour on the hour but you must remember to make a reservation if you plan to use it on a Friday or a Saturday night. The staff in the hotel are all friendly and we got the best advice from the concierge/valet boys out front, especially Jesse. (And also send a special thanks to Laura who works the breakfast shift in the dining room). The staff at the Aloha ski rentals were not at all interested in helping us every time we went there. They seem to be too young for this kind of work. Although we did not need to rent a car during our stay we did need a taxi from time to time. Definitely make sure to only use the hotel's recommended transport service Silver Mountain Transportation. We would definitely return to Hyatt Escala Lodge and would probably book a suite instead.

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 9 March 2014

They say they have "Ski in/ski out access via Sunrise chairlift (weather permitting) to 4,000 acres of diverse ski terrain within the Canyons Resort" but what they don't say is that the ski valet ski out location starts on a steep hill that requires all skiers to ski down a steep enough and icy hill (think morning conditions) and then take a none too easy bumoy path from the chair to the blue-ish hill that takes you to the gondola.
I am quite surprised the hotel does not mention this detail. There is a shuttle that will take you to the base of the mountain (where you then walk a small distance to the gondola) but that negates the convenience of the ski out feature.

Additionally: The people here are very nice but the hotel is weird. The furnishings remind me of a higher end old age home, the bedding is kind of gross (very decorative and slippery) and the maid service came at 4:30pm right as we came off the mountain. This for the price of a three bedroom suite.

Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
2  Thank robieliv
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Reviewed 2 March 2014

I was just at this resort for my annual "Guys Ski Trip" and was blown away by the property. It's only 30 minutes from the airport, an easy drive up and once you get there you don't need a car at all. The resort itself is located on the Canyons Resort which has plenty of shops, restaurants and bars within walking distance. They also offer a free shuttle to downtown Park City which is only 10 minutes away. As for the resort, we rented a 3 bedroom bi-level suite for 8 guys and thought it was the best resort we've stayed at for this type of trip. The rooms are all very large, flat screen tv, fire place, balcony overlooking the mountains. The suite we had offered a huge living room with two pull out leather sofas, dining room table for 8ppl, center island, WOLF range, subozero Frig and full washer and dryer. The bathrooms are great with separate tub and shower and everything was spotless. As for the amenities of the resort. WOW. Great ski in ski out valet service. Two hot tubs, one seats 37 ppl and is great for a good soak after a long day on the mountain. Separate steam and sauna in the locker rooms, great work out facility. The restaurant at the hotel is moderately priced and has great options. There is also an grab and go shop off the front lobby. We loved this resort and will be back for sure.

Room Tip: Definitely upgrade to a suite with a full kitchen if you can. Being able to make breakfast and snack...
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  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Patrick H
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Reviewed 25 February 2014 via mobile

Booked a ski trip from Feb 17-25 with my two sons. The property was on the slope and new. On our second night we requested towel robes which according to the hotel literature is available by request for the use of the spa facilities which is located across the courtyard. We were told none are available since the laundry is out of service. The same night we requested a roll away bed which they claimed they don't have, but they offered to set up an inflatable mattress for us. The mattress was never delivered, it was only after a call to the night manager whom by the way had no knowledge of the laundry being out if service, both the bath robes and the inflatable mattress was delivered by 11 PM. The next day room service left no soap, shampoo or towels, which prompted another call to the front desk. During our stay the steam bath in the SPA was broken and despite our repeated requests became operational only on our last night's stay. If you charge $20.00 a day resort fee, shouldn't the resort facilities be functioning properly? On our forth night no towels again, and we were told the same thing, about the laundry being out of service. At checkout when asked about my stay, I relayed my experience, all I was offered was a goat like expression. Nice building, incompetent management.

Stayed: February 2014
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Reviewed 21 February 2014

If you have school-aged kids who can only travel during peak seasons, you know that skiing is expensive. Not just expensive - ruinously, eye-poppingly, I-could-have-spent-two-weeks-at-the-Four Seasons-for-less expensive. But my husband and I have ski-mad kids, and thus somehow we have managed to drop tens of thousands of dollars on numerous ski resorts in Utah and in northern California in the past five years. This is our first time at Escala and skiing the Canyons - we're still here, but I can already say it's now the top of our list because...

The rooms are new, clean and very nice.
The workers are extremely, and yet somehow also sincerely, helpful and nice (shout out to Desiree at the front desk).
You don't need to drive.
The convenience of ski-in/ski-out + ski valet is HUGE
We are here President's Day week, hotel is 95% occupied, yet it doesn't feel busy, or chaotic, or crowded (A FIRST!)
Did I mention it doesn't feel crowded?

Let's be clear - it isn't super duper, over-the-top fancy. But we didn't pay $1,500 a night either. Of all the ski places we've stayed in peak season -- the $250 a night dumps, the $1,000 a night infuriating ripoffs -- this one has been a great value.

We will be back.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 16 February 2014

The 1 bedroom king suite was very spacious with lots of upgrades (Wolf range, Subzero refrigerator, granite countertops, jacuzzi tub), except for the cheap under-counter lighting in the kitchen.

The king suite had one full bathroom and one half-bath. It also had two patios/balconies. One balcony was not to be used in winter time.

Minor snafu when we got there was that there was no soap in either bathroom, but they were promptly delivered after a phone call to front desk.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank m124124
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Reviewed 10 February 2014

Good Location, that is if you have a car, because you don't have much within walking distance, we booked a 1 bedroom suite, the room was beautiful, huge, kitchen was very nice, we even had a winecooler :), dining room was perfect, but the only thing lacking was a sofa bed, our 2 kids slept in the couches, so that was not good at all, we should have booked the 2 bedroom suite.. Other than that, the hotel is very nice..

Room Tip: no sofa beds in 1 bedroom suites
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  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with family
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Address: 3551 N Escala Ct, Park City, UT 84098-6709 (Formerly Hyatt Escala Lodge at Park City)
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Region: United States > Utah > Wasatch Range > Park City
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Ski-In / Ski-Out Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#4 Ski-In / Ski-Out Hotel in Park City
#5 Luxury Hotel in Park City
#9 Romantic Hotel in Park City
#10 Business Hotel in Park City
#15 Family Hotel in Park City
Price Range: £138 - £938 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Hyatt Centric Park City 4*
Number of rooms: 130
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Located in the Canyons Village within America's largest ski resort,Park City. True Ski-in / ski-out with dedicated Sunrise Lift. Offering deluxe, one, two, three and four bedroom residences. Complimentary transportation to Historic Main Street. ... more   less 
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