Fulfill your winter travel dreams at these luxury hotels and mountain resorts located near some of the top-rated ski locations in North America.
Montage Deer Valley
Park City, Utah
AAA Inspector 599: Besides being able to ski-in/ski-out, my kids enjoy the year-round family fun including the inner tube snow course and "Paintbox" children's club.
From the winding Empire Pass, your eyes will widen as you catch a glimpse of this enormous and imposing structure. The hotel offers ski-in/ski-out access and year-round recreational activities. Lavish bathrooms feature volume-control speakers and heated floors. While most of the beautifully appointed rooms offer a furnished private balcony or patio with mountain and valley views, all units have a gas fireplace.
AAA Inspector 599: For the kid in me, the s'mores are a nightly must! Chairlift rides, snow tubing and nature scavenger hunts are fun too!
Located on a ski run with true slope-side ski-in/ski-out access, the guest experience begins with a peaceful funicular tram ride up the mountain, offering stunning picture-postcard views. The luxurious lobby, split-level infinity pool and convenient ski beach for downhill rest breaks invite total relaxation. The guest rooms, bathrooms and one- to four-bedroom condominiums are luxuriously appointed.
AAA Inspector 334: The chic steakhouse, luxurious spa treatments and room with a steam shower and fireplace are great, but the hot tub on the balcony had me at "hello."
The accommodating staff takes great pride in the personalized service and helps make your visit memorable. This mountain resort is in a fabulous location in the Canyons Village. This property offers a nice selection of units, from cozy guest rooms to spacious multi-bedroom suites.
AAA Inspector 599: The hotel décor reflects its historic past while creating a modern feel. I enjoy the rooftop bar in the summer and the cozy wood lounge in the winter!
Built in 1891, this hotel offers attractive rooms with custom furnishings and heated bathroom tile floors. Due to the property's historic nature, standard rooms are on the small side. Public areas feature original woodwork enhanced with colorful paintings of the hotel and town. Unwind while taking in mountain views and sipping a beverage from the rooftop bar. The central location makes shopping and dining a breeze.
AAA Inspector 599: I marvel at the standout details at this property: gallery quality paintings and sculptures, travertine bathroom tile, and heated towel racks.
Opposite the gondola, this hotel offers a variety of rooms, suites and penthouses, most with a balcony and gas fireplace, all with robes and humidifier. Gallery quality artwork enhances the decor. The bathrooms feature heated towel bars and travertine floors. Ski/bike storage and boot warmers are available.
AAA Inspector 599: I am amazed at how the décor has a contemporary style and luxurious feel, but maintains the mountain character people visit Colorado to experience.
Richly appointed in contemporary alpine design, this luxury mountain resort offers an impressive selection of one- to four-bedroom condominiums, suites and hotel rooms. All rooms feature the finest hand-picked furnishings and ultra-luxurious finishes. The ski valet will warm your boots in the Nordic Lounge. Kids and teens have their own center filled with activities while the culinary programs offered are popular for everyone.
AAA Inspector 450: The rooftop garden, where the chef grows his herbs, is pretty neat. But it's the beehives there, from which they make their own honey, that amaze me!
Near the Blackcomb Mountain chairlift, this inspiring château has gorgeous floral arrangements in the impressive lobby and lounge. Upscale rooms, which range in size, feature sumptuous bedding. The grounds are lovely and you can enjoy croquet or giant Jenga and other games. There is a luxurious indoor and outdoor pool area which offers food and beverage service. If you simply must shop, you'll enjoy perusing the luxury stores and art galleries.
AAA Inspector 450: What's not to love about complimentary wine tasting and fitness sessions or wandering around to view all the lovely art and sculptures? Nothing I say!
Gorgeous public areas feature a unique collection of local art and beautiful wood accents. Spacious suites have a warm and rustic elegance with fireplaces and huge bathrooms. The suites with balconies are the most coveted as they often have views of the ski hill. Whatever the season, the outdoor pool area is extremely popular for relaxing, especially as there is food and beverage service there all year.
AAA Inspector 450: I always find the design and vivid artwork very striking. The stylish lounge is where to find me relaxing after a busy day in the great outdoors!
This impressive hotel has gorgeous lobby décor and wonderful large, modern suites with upscale comfortable seating and furnishings. Huge bathrooms feature separate showers and soaker tubs. These amenities are appreciated after a workout in the great fitness center. Some rooms overlook a pretty little lake and some have views of the mountains. A shuttle service is offered into Whistler so guests can enjoy the restaurants and ski hills without the hassle of finding parking.