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Treasure Mountain Inn Hotel and Conference Center in Historic Park City is the only meeting/conference property in the Historic district. We are carbon-negative and earth-friendly, with sleeping rooms that meet or exceed AAAs 4-diamond specifications. Whether you are a solo traveler or a meeting coordinator responsible for many, a unique Park City experience awaits, rich with ambience and history. Not new, just authentic, well-situated at the crossroads of the past and future, we are living the dream flanked by the Deer Valley and Park City ski resorts. We blend casual with dignified, elegant with unpretentious, for a lodging/meeting adventure that is professional and personal, classy and comfortable, friendly and always, at the foot of the mountain and at the top of Main Street. It is all downhill from here. Minimum age required at check-in is 25. Please note that there is a 1 percent open space fee, and a 5 percent resort fee. Please note that there is a 1 percent open space fee, and a 5 percent resort fee. Check in time is 3pm to 12 midnight. We require ID and a credit card. The registered guest must be present at check-in. Check-out is at 11 am. If you expect to arrive after 10pm, you must call 1-800-344-2460 in advance to receive your late arrival instructions. Treasure Mountain Inn is located in historic Park City where the mountains meet Main Street, where the storied past of this mining town intersects with the present-day excitement and vibrancy of a world-class ski town.
Golf course (within 3 km)
Restaurant (Ã la carte)
Bikes available (free)
Shuttle service (free)
Shuttle service (surcharge)
Ski pass vendor
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Treasure Mountain Inn – 49214 August 6, 2014