Old Town Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 1 Bedroom, 1.0 Bath, (Sleeps 4)
Cozy little condo with big extras! Located on the grounds of Park City Mountain Resort, this mountain-facing studio condo features ice skating, restaurants within walking distance, two ski shops, two hot tubs, pool and fitness center, discount ski passes, discount ski gear and clothing and easy access to transportation on the Park City bus line. Step out your door and onto the Park City lifts! Great price for this ski-in, ski-out condo.
This wood-paneled studio condo, with one bathroom, sleeps up to four guests on a queen-sized sofa bed and Murphy bed. The living area includes a floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door that opens onto a private, slope-facing balcony as well as cable TV, fireplace, and an eating area that seats two.
The fully-stocked kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher oven/stove and small appliances makes it easy to relax and dine at home after a fantastic day spent on the greatest snow on earth! More interested in the nightlife? Catch the Park City shuttle and take the short ride going uptown to the hustle and bustle of historic Main Street, or invite friends to join you at the Lodge and enjoy the wonderful restaurants just outside your door.
Other extras include plenty of close parking, hair dryer, iron and board and free WiFi internet.
Ideal location, fantastic amenities and great price for this snug studio condo.
Stay on-property at the Park City Mountain Resort – site of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Walk out your door in the morning and step onto the Park City lifts, ski home for lunch, then hit the slopes again. Guests will enjoy all the benefits of staying on-property including ice skating, two ski shops, two hot tubs, pool and fitness center, discount ski passes, discount ski gear and clothing and easy access to transportation on the Park City bus line.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Park City Vacation Properties, Inc
Park City, Utah has the right stuff – more accurately, the white stuff! Coined “The Greatest Snow on Earth”, you’ll find an average of 400 inches per year falling in this beautiful area tucked away mountains. Park City skiing is ideal, offering uncrowded slopes, diverse terrain and light, deep powdery snow.
There’s no better time to take a Park City vacation than in January for the Sundance Film Festival 2012. Known as the largest independent film festival in the U.S., this celebration draws thousands from all over the world to acknowledge independent, creative filmmakers.