Canyons Village is a 10-20 minute drive, or free shuttle ride, away from Park City’s main street. While Canyons Village has a number of restaurants, bars and shops, it’s important to keep this in mind as you book. Canyons is home to the Waldorf Astoria Park City, Hyatt Centric and a few other hotels and residences.
When we arrived at check-in, we located a bellman who ended up being our best resource for information at the property. The Check In experience at the front desk was what I would call “mountain-standard”. The front desk agent was apathetic, vaguely rude and provided no information about the hotel, including how to get to the elevator. We were hosted by the property and the agent went as far as to ask me why we got a “free room”. That aside, we were checked in quickly and on the earlier side of the day and I appreciated the plexiglass barrier and hand sanitizer located at the front desk. As a note, masks are required on property and we love that.
We were checked into a wonderful one-bedroom suite that looked into the property with the ski hill behind it. The room is incredibly spacious, with two full baths, a large living room, dining table, full kitchen and bedroom. There are two fireplaces: one in the bedroom and one in the living room as well as mechanical blinds in both rooms.