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I stayed at the Stein Eriksen for two nights last March, and from the moment we arrived, everything was absolutely perfect. From a breezy check-in process to the lovely tour around the property that all guests are offered, I was completely impressed by how exemplary the service was at every turn.
Our room was gorgeous, with a fantastic view over the mountains, and a private hot tub on the deck (seriously, you'll want to spring for one of these rooms - relaxing for hours just steps from your own room is a must for any luxury trip to Deer Valley!). The bathrooms were huge, robes were provided, and anything else we needed was just a quick phone call away. The buffet breakfast, by the way, was delicious and ENORMOUS.
Since the lodge is small, especially compared to the Montage, you get super personalized service, and every employee that I interacted with greeted me personally by name, which I loved!
All in all, one of my favorite ski lodges in the west. Spectacular service, unbeatable location, and amazing, spacious rooms. You can't do better than the Stein!
The last week in March, I stayed at the Stein Eriksen Lodge. What an amazing experience. From the moment I arrived, the service was exemplary with a friendly genuine feeling. There was nothing that was missed. It was true five-star service. They have slope-side lockers for each room. I skied other mountains the first few days. I never even knew where my locker was as they carried my skis from the moment I arrived. The day I skied Snowbird I borrowed the Cadillac crossover which is available for 6 or 12 hours for a nominal fee. The included breakfast buffet was gourmet. The different eggs Benedict every morning were the best I've ever had along with the maple bacon. There are also healthy options. On the last day when I was skiing Deer Valley I got to the locker room and realized I forgot my lift pass. Without missing a beat they knew who I was what room I was in and before I even had my boots on they were back with my lift ticket. My skis were waiting on the snow pointing down hill with poles at the ready.