Ratings based on 50 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great Property, but even greater staff and facilitPosted Nov 24, 2015
A Peaceful getaway where the staff makes you feel like you are at your own home. Could not be better. Luxurious peace and quiet in a beautiful setting, with great security!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Memphis
Pricey hotel worth every pennyPosted Sep 15, 2015
Pros: Essentially everything. I imagine it's more crowded during ski season (we were there in September), but it's still lovely.
Cons: I really had to think about this. There is a TV inside the bathroom mirror, and the BF thought a better place might be across from the toilet. HA!
Location: Just 5 minutes from Park City, this hotel is near skiing, boutique shopping, and some cute little restaurants. Or you just might want to stay in bed!
From the second we pulled up to the St. Regis Deer Valley, we knew we were in for a treat. The staff were friendly and accommodating, running to help us with our bags and car. The hotel offers a car service to nearby Park City, so if you want to go shopping or out on the town you don't have to worry about paying for a cab or designating a driver. The sizeable room boasted a comfortable king bed, complementary bottled water and dark chocolate delivered with evening turndown service (referred to by the bf as "rather aggressive" housekeeping), giant bathroom with separate shower and garden tub, and a lovely view of the mountains. We were staying for a wedding, which was a beautiful experience. The food and drinks were wonderful, as was the evening sitting at the "fire garden" - a set of outdoor fire pits complete with soft couches and plush blankets.
for Business Travelersby Rene A.
Great Hotel!Posted Sep 1, 2015 on Orbitz
It was my 1st time ever in Utha and Park City, the hotel was straight out of a James Bond Movie! Loved the stay, the facilities,the hotel, it's vibe and the staff, specially the staff! I do love seeing friendly, helpful staff, but most important is when they are happy it tells me the establishment does take care of its staff very well and my stay sends my satisfaction! Thank you!
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 26, 2015 on Hotels
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from california
Lovely hotel with an amazing restaurant!Posted May 24, 2015
Love the hotel and attentive staff! Great restaurant and bar. Location is perfect for skiing. Great place for families as well as romantic getaway.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Amazing hotelPosted May 5, 2015 on Hotels
This is the best hotel I have ever been to.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Katy TX
Awesome propertyPosted Dec 1, 2014
Awesome property. Excellent hotel. Staff super friendly. Room was awesome, only thing bed was a little too firm for us as well as the pillows, but called housekeeping and helped solve issues. I have to say though, the breakfast menu at restaurant J&G in hotel, is overpriced for what you get. The food was all right, a bit on the colder side. Plus, we sat there for about 5-10 mins before the waitress approached our table, there were only a couple of people there, then she took our order and took another 5-10 mins to bring us coffee ONLY. She wasn't attentive at all!! My husband asked if his breakfast came with bread, she said no, didn't offer to bring him some. Horrible service!! BUT, Thanksgiving dinner was a completelly different story!! Our waitress was great and our food was fabulous!!
by A verified traveler from Seattle WA
Why make it so hard for guests?Posted Nov 29, 2014
Simply terrible lighting in the rooms. The strongest light is in the room with the loo. Dumb. The lights are so bad in the bathroom, it is really hard to see your reflection. Apparently, the most important thing to the designers is not that the main bathroom mirror be functional but that it has a built in TV. Dumber. If you go, bring your own headlamp and your own coffee maker. These clowns want you to go down to the lobby to get coffee in the morning. Why is that attractive? It's particularly troublesome in that the "style" of this resort is one that emphasizes huge, empty, useless, lobby spaces, across which one must walk to find coffee.
for Couplesby ES from Seattle
Beautiful LDW!Posted Sep 3, 2014 on Hotels
Amazing holiday weekend at the St Regis! It's a quint hotel in terms of restaurants, sundries and other amenities. However, the grand location, service of the staff and beautiful buildings make up for that. We're planning our return January trip!
for Couplesby Colleen from Bellingham
5 Star Rating Doesn't Mean Comfort and PrivacyPosted Aug 11, 2014 on Hotels
5 star resort provided no guaranteed of comfort, privacy. Issues with stay and room. Valet is required at resort’s lower entry. Main lodge is at the top of a hill, inside gated community, and commoners aren’t allowed to arrive at grand entrance. (I'm sure Tiger was allowed.) Valet drop-off was crowded. Directions to front desk by valet were complicated--2 elevators, long halls, a few turns, and the funicular (railway car takes guests up mountain to main lodge). Wait and ride with 15 strange, annoying fellow guests. Funicular had no air condition-90 degrees in it (akin to car in summer with windows up). Clerk gave us keys to room that didn’t work so back to the front desk for newly coded keys. Clerk insisted staff member go with us on the 2nd try. She accused me of not using the cards properly. Room was smallest at resort, very claustrophobic. One tiny double window was jammed so no fresh air-no balcony or sliders. No alarm clock in room. TV remote was hard to use and kept tossing us back to the hotel main screen. Overnight, I was bitten five times--found the offending, but dead spider in the bed. A free shuttle is offered, and is first-come, first-served. We tried to take it into town - two men were ahead of us waiting for 7-passenger Escalade. When shuttle arrived, two men suddenly morphed into four rude men who wouldn’t let us share. Miffed, we requested our car and drove. At check out, you are allowed to depart from main entrance. 2 cocktails at the resort bar were $38.