Silver King Hotel

Two- or Three-Night Condo Stay at the Silver King Hotel in Utah. Six Options Available.

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By Jorie Larsen, Travel Correspondent

Spacious Condos Steps from Park City Mountains

In the early 20th century, skiing in Park City, Utah, was often a utilitarian enterprise. Silver miners glided from worksite to worksite, and telephone-line repairman Emmett “Bud” Wright kept the area connected by swooshing around its powdery slopes on handmade, mismatched wooden skis. Today, a statue of Wright stands tall on historic Main Street, and he's still clutching those makeshift skis, immortalized in bronze. His children would live to see the mountain mining village blossom into a world-class ski destination and renowned outdoor playground whose natural abundance unfurls just steps from the doors of the Silver King Hotel.

Named for the largest of the old Park City silver mines, the Silver King tips its hat to the city's past with rustic mining tools accenting the lobby décor. Its one-bedroom and studio condominiums are individually decorated, ranging in size from 600 to 800 square feet. In some units, the home-like feel imparted by the full kitchen and wood-burning fireplace is augmented by framed family portraits hanging above the mantle and rustic bric-a-brac dotting the end tables. All rooms feature in-unit washers and dryers and jetted bathtubs.

Beyond the living-room windows of certain condos, ski trails can be seen snaking their way skyward. The Silver King sits among the lively lodges and private homes huddled at the base of the Park City Mountain Resort. The hotel's hot tub and the indoor portion of its indoor/outdoor heated pool shimmer beneath a glass ceiling, beckoning to overnighters for a soak, a splash, or a bare-knuckle Marco Polo tournament. A modest fitness center with floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooks the pool deck. Inside, exercisers spark caloric bonfires using a handful of cardio machines and free weights.

Park City: Historical Mining Town Turned Utah Skiing Mecca

The boomtown saloons and boarding houses of Park City's past have given way to more than 100 independent boutiques, 30 art galleries, and 50 restaurants along historical Main Street. But the town still holds a few hidden gems for travelers to unearth, including Uptown Fare, a cozy café that shuts its doors to anyone but locals during the mania of the Sundance Film Festival each January. At other times of the year, owner Karleen chats freely with her guests from behind the lunch counter as she crafts hearty sandwiches and serves up her legendary cream-of-tomato and cheese-tortellini soup.

Steps away from the Silver King, Park City Mountain Resort—a venue for the 2002 Winter Olympic half-pipe and alpine giant-slalom events—offers year-round outdoor recreation. In the warmer months, children race down the parallel tracks of the Alpine Slide, shrieking with delight. Farther up, mountain bikers and hikers dart in and out of view, weaving through groves of trees dotting hundreds of miles of trails. In the late afternoon, a line forms in front of the year-round Alpine Coaster, where eager riders climb into go-karts before hurtling down the mountain. Come winter, the mountain's eight peaks and nine bowls allow skiers and snowboarders to test alternative theories of gravity on more than 114 trails and three terrain parks.

In Park City's historical downtown, the three-level, 12,000-square-foot Park City Museum chronicles the town’s history with artifacts and interactive exhibits. In the eerie museum basement, visitors can traipse through the former territorial jail—nicknamed “the dungeon” for its dim lighting, stone walls, and rusted leg irons. In the space between the cells, Wanted posters come to life via embedded videos showcasing the outlaws, murderers, and thieves who passed through the subterranean slammer.

What You Get

  • For $184, a two-night fall stay for up to four in a one-bedroom condo, valid September 15, 2011–November 20, 2011
  • Or, for $276, a three-night fall stay for up to four in a one-bedroom condo, valid September 15, 2011–November 20, 2011
  • Or, for $259, a two-night early ski-season stay for up to four in a one-bedroom condo, valid November 21, 2011–December 8, 2011
  • Or, for $389, a three-night early ski-season stay for up to four in a one-bedroom condo, valid November 21, 2011–December 8, 2011
  • Or, for $285, a two-night ski-season stay for two in a studio condo, valid December 9, 2011–December 20, 2011
  • Or, for $428, a three-night ski-season stay for two in a studio condo, valid December 9, 2011–December 20, 2011

Amenities

  • Indoor/outdoor heated pool
  • Hot tub
  • Private ski lockers
  • Free shuttle service downtown
  • Fitness center
  • Free WiFi
  • Heated underground parking
  • Full kitchens
  • Wood-burning fireplaces
  • In-unit washers and dryers

The Fine Print

  • Must book by 11/20
  • Travel must be completed by date listed on option purchased
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts
  • Limit 1 per visit
  • Valid only for option purchased
  • 3 day cancellation notice for stays before 11/15 or fee of up to Groupon price may apply
  • Reservations for stays after 11/15 that are canceled more than 48 hours after booking incur a penalty of up to Groupon price
  • Valid only for 1-bedroom or studio condominium
  • Not valid with rewards points
  • Tax not included.

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How to Book

  1. Purchase Groupon.
  2. Call the Silver King Hotel or visit website.
  3. Choose a valid date based on option purchased.
  4. Mention your Groupon and provide your credit-card info.

Room Details

Studio Condo

  • Standard occupancy: Two people
  • Maximum occupancy: Two people
  • Adding occupants above standard: Not permitted
  • 600 square feet
  • Queen-size bed
  • Spacious dining and living areas
  • Jetted bathtub
  • In-unit washer and dryer
  • Cable TV
  • Full kitchen
  • Wood-burning fireplace

One-Bedroom Condo

  • Standard occupancy: Four people
  • Maximum occupancy: Four people
  • Adding occupants above standard: Not permitted
  • 800 square feet
  • Queen-size bed and sleeper sofa
  • Spacious dining and living areas
  • Jetted bathtub
  • In-unit washer and dryer
  • Cable TV
  • Full kitchen
  • Wood-burning fireplace

Hotel Policies

  • Check in: 4 p.m.
  • Check out: 11 a.m.
  • Parking: Free
  • Rollaways: Available for $25 per night in one-bedroom condos only.
  • Smoking policy: No smoking inside the property
  • Pet policy: Pets are not allowed inside the property.
  • Accessibility: Handicap-accessible rooms are not available.
  • Room upgrades: Not available

What It's Worth

  • For $184, a two-night fall stay for up to four in a one-bedroom condo, valid September 15, 2011–November 20, 2011 (up to $340 value)
  • Or, for $276, a three-night fall stay for up to four in a one-bedroom condo, valid September 15, 2011–November 20, 2011 (up to $510 value)
  • Or, for $259, a two-night early ski-season stay for up to four in a one-bedroom condo, valid November 21, 2011–December 8, 2011 (up to $518 value)
  • Or, for $389, a three-night early ski-season stay for up to four in a one-bedroom condo, valid November 21, 2011–December 8, 2011 (up to $777 value)
  • Or, for $285, a two-night ski-season stay for two in a studio condo, valid December 9, 2011–December 20, 2011 (up to $538 value)
  • Or, for $428, a three-night ski-season stay for two in a studio condo, valid December 9, 2011–December 20, 2011 (up to $807 value)

Getting There

  • By plane: Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC, 36 miles)
  • By car: About 32 miles east of Salt Lake City

Traveler's Tips

  • Park City has a free and efficient bus transit system to shuttle visitors around the downtown area and beyond.
  • Visitors can hop aboard the Main Street trolley every day from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. for a free shuttle up and down the length of Main Street.
  • Park City Mountain Resort’s summer and fall recreational activities, such as the alpine slide and the zipline, remain open until October 23, 2011.

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