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We make sure you have the essentials, but we leave the frills and funny hats to the "other guys". Consider us a comfy base camp for the Park City adventure that awaits. Situated in Historic Park City, there's charm, variety and surprises in abundance. For a three-star hotel, with four-star rooms in a five-star location, look no further. Your own unique vacation experience awaits.
Everything else average... It is old and showing its age. The rooms have been updated and are nice.But common areas need some work. It is dark, lots of stairs to get anywhere. Power went out and that made things bad.. no backup generator... Really funky hours on hot tub(4-10) to” conserve” energy?.. I don’t pay almost $200 a night to worry about conserving. They’ve got you with the location but after that it goes down quick.
Great visit to park city and our stay at the treasure mountain inn was the perfect central location for it! Loved the room we stayed at that overlooked the street, we spent time on the balcony people watching. We were right across the street from the brewery which was also quite good. I highly recommend treasure mountain!
My family of five stayed two nights in August 2018; overall it was a good experience. We got room #8-one bedroom condo. The back patio opened right up to the hot tub which was perfect as we could just open the curtains and see our kids. The hot tub was great & bigger than it looks in pictures. The hotel is older and it smells musty; especially the halls above the lobby. The hall colors are dark and which makes it not very inviting. Each time you entered the room you were met with a very strong musty smell. They did have two air cleaner with /AC/Heater units which worked wonderful to combat the smell. The rooms were very cleans. They had extra pillows and a blanket in the closet. TV's were located in the main room & bedroom. There was a large closet with mirror doors outside of the bathroom which allowed everyone to easily get ready. The gym was great--it was small and secluded but a perfect location for kids to get some of their energy out.
The Treasure Mountain Inn is a decent older hotel on Main Street in Park City but it had quite a few issues. The beds were not great (not comfortable and not much support) and the amenities weren't great either (old TVs without good connections or HD). But the biggest issues were we were in the back part of the building on the top of the Main Street hill and had to climb over 100 steps with heavy luggage and no help to get to our room. I had never had to work so hard in a hotel. Also, there is a 14 day cancellation policy with no exceptions. I had to cancel one night due to the fact that my wife's mother was in the hospital and she couldn't come but the manager didn't care. Also, I could never get a real receipt and what I got from Club Lespri didn't match anything as far as I could tell. And last but not least, there was no air conditioning in our room (some rooms have it) and on hot summer days in the 90s, that seems crazy. My daughter flew in at midnight and had one of the rooms and she never got a good night sleep because she was too hot. The overall service was never great, the rules were not competitive but because they are one of the only hotels on Main Street, they seemed to do whatever they want. I would not recommend this hotel.
Our room (2 bedroom/2 bath) was on the top floor of the back building. The bathrooms had been remodeled and were nice, the bedrooms were pretty well used and mattresses were well imprinted, they had not been updated. The TVs were really old and the one in living room was fuzzy on every channel. All of that is pretty small compaired to the fact there is NO AC! Each room had 1 to 2 floor fans but it did not help unless you sit right in front of it. Only half of the windows opened (one actually had a sharpie pen note on it that said "do not open") and none of them had screens. The space is nice, they really need an update and as others have stated there is a musty smell. The location is great, but there are other great hotels on Main St. that we have stayed at in years past. In the winter this is probably a great place... but in the Summer I would NOT recommend. The hot tub was cute, there is no swimming pool. The 2 old chairs by the hot tub could be replaced... they were pretty beat out. I am guessing some rooms have been updated, so just be sure you know what you are paying for. There is no way to cancel your reservation. I really can't believe you can sell a hotel room in the Utah Summer without AC...it was miserable.
Yes, we're right on Main Street. It's a 5 min walk to the transit center, or you can jump on the free trolley which comes by every 20 mins. The resort is right above us, so If you don't mind stairs, you can climb 3 sets... More
Yes, we're right on Main Street. It's a 5 min walk to the transit center, or you can jump on the free trolley which comes by every 20 mins. The resort is right above us, so If you don't mind stairs, you can climb 3 sets of City stairs and ski down to the town lift.