With Salt Lake City International Airport under 40 miles away, getting to and from Canyons is very affordable. Pre-purchasing lift tickets through ski.com will also help you save money. The convenience and wide variety of affordable condo options in Park City make a Canyons budget ski vacation quite doable. Once you’re there, it’s all about budgeting. Consider staying in a condo, splitting the costs with a group of friends or family members and then utilizing the kitchen by grocery shopping and making a couple meals back at the unit. The task is quite difficult though with so many world-class Park City restaurants down the road. If you do opt to dine out there are plenty of affordable options in Park City.
Located slopeside within the mountainside village of Canyons Resort, Hyatt Escala Lodge, is where convenience meets luxury for your next mountain getaway. This AAA Four Diamond resort features deluxe guest rooms, one, two, three and four bedroom suites with full kitchens and spacious dining and living areas, most of which offer spectacular views of the Wasatch Mountain Range.
Just steps from the Red Pine Gondola, in the heart of Canyons Resort Village, the Sundial Lodge provides its guests with an exceptional and convenient ski in, ski out experience. It’s located within easy walking distance of ski school registration, Ski Beach, Alpine House restaurant, the Resort childcare center as well as many resort shops.
Westgate Resort and Spa offers the perfect winter destination for your next vacation, with ski-in/ski-out accommodations, a ski valet service and 146 ski runs ranging from beginner to professional. Villas ranging from studio to four bedrooms, feature full kitchens or kitchenette, whirlpool, fireplace and more amenities based on accommodations. This resort is located just 150 yards to the Canyons ski lift and five minutes to Park City. You’ll hardly know you’re staying at one of Canyons most affordable properties with balconies and patio, a basketball and tennis court, game room, activities program, playground, marketplace and deli, ping pong tables, scenic waterfall and underground parking.
If and when you do decide to go out for a nice meal, you want to get your money’s worth. Canyons restaurants trends toward the pricey end, so it’d be wise to head into Park City where there are more options. Locals’ favorite sushi joint Shabu [OT link] offers Asian entrees sub $30, and you can get a couple rolls for that same price tag. If you’re looking for a heartier meal, head to Ghidotti’s [OT Link] for classic Italian fare. For a reasonably priced menu that speaks to every palate, Zoom [OT link] is a great option. While there are a couple entrees slightly over $30, there are plenty of entrees and options sub $20. Zoom is owned by Robert Redford and features American bistro food with what they call a “Utah flare.” You can expect menu items ranging from burgers to pasta to ribs, fish or steak.
To learn more about Canyons budget ski vacations call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.