The lobby at the Hyatt Centric Park City is beautiful and grandiose, with a large fireplace and ample seating. To the right is the restaurant and the takeout counter and to the left is the check in and reception area. There are charging ports in all the furniture, which is a great addition to the lobby area.
The check in, however, was nothing spectacular. The woman checking us in seemed very confused, stressed and overwhelmed and I assumed she was new. When I asked how long she’d worked here, she told me two years, so not sure what the issue was. They didn’t offer a welcome beverage, nor did they welcome us as Explorists.
We did arrive a bit early and our room was not yet ready so we took our skis upstairs and went straight to the ski hill for a few runs before check in. The room was spacious, complete with a fireplace, desk and spacious bathroom. Room 401A did have a different configuration than most standard rooms, though. It did not have a balcony. While this is absolutely fine during the winter, it’s worth noting if you’re traveling in the summer months.
For this time of year, we appreciated the extra space in the room without the balcony. There is a comfortable pool and two hot tubs located on the ground floor of the property, with men and women’s locker rooms complete with a steam and sauna. While the locker rooms and gym are nothing to write home about, it’s a great treat to end your ski day with a nice soak in the hot tub.