If you haven’t been acquainted with Park City allow me to introduce you. Park City was founded by miners and reclaimed by ski bums. Park City, with its wealth of mountain sport facilities, helped neighboring Salt Lake City host the 2002 Winter Olympics. Today, the small city is home to millionaires who refuse to grow up as well as a new generation of ski bums. On the mountain or in one of the local watering holes it can be hard to tell them apart. Oh! And did I mention that for two weeks a year film enthusiasts and Hollywood’s A list show up for a cinematic event you may know as Sundance Film Festival. And I almost forgot, Park City now boasts the largest ski resort in the country! Combine that with the best snow on Earth and you’ve found yourself a place that will keep any powder-hunter endlessly entertained. It’s truly a winter wonderland with a healthy helping of culture and no shortage of fun.
You’re probably asking yourself “what’s the catch?” Well… It was affordability… until now. We’re excited to announce that coming this 2016 ski season, for the first time ever, Park City will be home to a hostel. And not just any hostel, Park City Hostel. Started by a family proud to call Park City home and brought to fruition with the help of friends from near and far, we think we have something special on our hands. We’d love for you to come be a part of it. See what all the hype is about. Just don’t stay too long, you may become one of those Utah-transplant cliches that says “I came for the winter and stayed for the summer.” And nobody likes a cliche.
Park City Hostel is the newest in the lineup of lodging options in Park City. We hope to make Park City an available option to the traveler on a budget. Located 35 minutes away from the Salt Lake City International Airport.