This condo is very nice, though near the end of the hallway in the Bison building which is a bit of a hike from skier services/exit to the slopes if you are there for skiing. This complex of buildings does require frequent floor changes to get from one building to another, so if you have difficulty walking, you may want a unit closer to the action. Keep a map of the complex with you until you get oriented to the layout. The unit is managed by Park City Vacation Rentals via iTrip. Since this is a privately-owned unit, make sure you have the most up-to-date door lock code - the resort staff will not be able to let you into the room if you have a code problem. The WiFi strength is poor, so we had to use our cellular data plan to use the Internet. Overall the kitchen utensils are adequate, but could not locate a wine opener. Grab your groceries at Walmart just after you get off I-80 if you want to save some bucks. We did not use the Westgate shuttle bus as we had a rental car (plenty of self-parking available). You do need to plan ahead to reserve a time on the shuttle - it fills up quickly in the evenings for trips to Park City. If you are renting skis, Breeze ski rentals about a quarter mile on your left down valley from the Canyons entrance is the place to go - well-maintained equipment and much cheaper than renting at the resort base. Overall excellent amenities at this resort and we had a relaxing trip.