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Park City, Utah is a winter sports enthusiast's paradise. Park City boasts three world class ski hotels, hundreds of slopes for skiing and snowboarding, terrain skiing parks and back country skiing. A bustling night life will warm you up after an exhilarating day on the slopes, and historic Main Street is lined with shops, boutiques, galleries and restaurants.

History abounds in Park City from the town's racy mining past. Visitors can step back in time at the old jail, the silver mines and many more historic sites. Park City was home to the 2002 Winter Olympics, and Utah Olympic Park gives visitors an opportunity to see professional athletes in action and even a chance to participate in the fun. Ski hotels will cater to all your needs, many with spas, heated pools and private villas for more intimate gatherings.

Park City vacations don't end with winter. Summertime offers over 350 miles of recreational trails in one of the most beautiful places in North America. Park City hotels are close to all the things to do in the summer, including zip lines, bobsledding, alpine sledding, guided tours and classes, art museums and galleries, and much more. Park City is also home to the famous Sundance Film Festival.

Park City Utah hotels offer accommodations to suit every need. 5 star hotels guarantee vacation memories that will last a lifetime, and luxury hotels are close to everything, including the more than 100 restaurants that make Park City a food-lovers paradise. Downtown Park City hotels offer easy access to shopping and night life, however, the city has an excellent transit system that keeps the hassles of driving to the bare minimum.

Ski in ski out hotels are the best hotels in Park City for snow lovers and they are in abundance. Flights to Park City and most of the hotels near Park City Utah offer shuttles to the resorts in Park City to make your trip easier, however, rental cars are available, and the nearby, scenic Mirror Lake Byway is definitely worth the drive for camping, winter sports and breathtaking vistas.

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