Lodge at Snowbird
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  • PO BOX 929000, Snowbird, UT 84092-9000
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We were on our way from Yellowstone to the Bryce and Zion area and needed a place to stay over for a night and a friend suggested the Snowbird/Alta area. We took the advice and couldn't have been happier with the experience from all aspects. The surroundings are absolutely beautiful and the hotel was great. The staff were very friendly and knowledgeable and eager to share their love of this little oasis in the mountains. The room was very comfortable and had a balcony with a wonderful view. We had dinner in the dining room and the food was excellent and the dining staff was great.
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Halas's rating:
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I recommend booking this hotel separately because this travel company offers a standard room without kitchen area only. The hotel is inflexible to making adjustments to the reservation. Also the package gets you a luxury rental car which is unecessary since the ski pass gets you a free shuttle to and from airport. Finally you do not need to stay on the mountain when you fly out the next morning. Boston Pre flight parking is the worst off site parking because bridge is out.
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Sydinslc's rating:
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The hotel and staff were just fine; I have no complaints about that. What bugs me is that I had originally booked a room at the Lodge at Snowbird and when we arrived they said I had booked at the Cliff Lodge. Since it was Oktoberfest, the Lodge at Snowbird was all sold out so we had no option but to stay at the Cliff. This would have been okay if I didn't have family staying at the other hotel. The walk to our hotel from theirs was uphill and inconvenient, especially considering we had to push a stroller with a toddler. We ended up not spending as much time with our family because of this and it put a damper on the whole evening. I wish that I could have been informed of the change before we arrived.
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RobertE.'s rating:
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Great atmosphere, nice and cool getaway at the end of summer. Oktoberfest was great!
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Loved the kitchenette in room and great views of the mountains. Large flat screen TV and large balconey (shared w/room next door).
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Lodge at Snowbird Overview

Located at entry #3, The Lodge at Snowbird offers a variety of bedroom and condominium units and is located just a short walk from the lifts. All units have mountain views and were renovated during the summer of 2002 and 2003. The Lodge offers an outdoor heated pool, hot tub and sauna. The Lodge Club Bistro and Lounge is located at The Lodge at Snowbird.

A resort fee will be collected at time of booking: $6 per night during non-ski season, $14 per night during ski season. Resort

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Description: 
Located at entry #3, The Lodge at Snowbird offers a variety of bedroom and condominium units and is located just a short walk from the lifts. All units have mountain views and were renovated during the summer of 2002 and 2003. The Lodge offers an outdoor heated pool, hot tub and sauna. The Lodge Club Bistro and Lounge is located at The Lodge at Snowbird.

A resort fee will be collected at time of booking: $6 per night during non-ski season, $14 per night during ski season. Resort Fee includes: Free high speed wireless internet throughout each lodge; Complimentary fitness center access; Free incoming and outgoing faxes in business center; Free 15 minute use of business center PC; Complimentary USA Today - available at front desk; Complimentary local calls (Little Cottonwood Canyon); Complimentary Snowbird/Alta area shuttle bus services (winter only); and Complimentary in-room coffee. Recreational services (as conditions permit): Complimentary night skiing on Chickadee beginner lift and terrain (three nights/week). Also, Snowbird will donate $1 per night on the guests' behalf to the National Forest Foundation.

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Amenities

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  • Free Parking
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  • The Spread:
    Perched 7,760 feet above sea level (its lowest point), Snowbird averages 500 inches of snow annually and is consistently ranked as one of North America's top ski resorts. But there's more here than a lofty location and abundance of powder. "My underlying dream…is the creation of a year-round resort, which respects and complements the beauty and inspiration of this natural setting," said co-founder Dick Bass. His dream is going strong.

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    The Spread:
    Perched 7,760 feet above sea level (its lowest point), Snowbird averages 500 inches of snow annually and is consistently ranked as one of North America's top ski resorts. But there's more here than a lofty location and abundance of powder. "My underlying dream…is the creation of a year-round resort, which respects and complements the beauty and inspiration of this natural setting," said co-founder Dick Bass. His dream is going strong.

    Tucked into Little Cottonwood Canyon 25 miles from downtown Salt Lake City, Snowbird is easily accessible but smack in the middle of pristine wilderness. Book at the 511-room Cliff Lodge, fully loaded with three hot tubs, a pool, ice rink, tubing, and a spa—and it's the base for Camp Snowbird. The Iron Blosam (named for a historic mining claim, hence the phonetic spelling), with 159 units, is the choice for condo-loving families, especially in summer when a second family pool and toddler pool open.

    Why Families Love It:
    Teens (and some parents) might vote for the 1,000-foot zipline, but don't forget the aerial tram, climbing wall, fly-fishing, hiking, horseback, and ATV tours. With 1,300 linear feet of adrenaline-charged fun, the Alpine Slide gets votes, too. Rent mountain bikes to blaze the resort's 15-plus miles of trails, or score mountain scooters for those who prefer easy control. Kids age 12 and under can try their luck fishing at well-stocked Austin Pond (note: catch-and-release only). Camp Snowbird is geared toward ages four to 12 (summer weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., full days only; one to five days cost $50 to $205, with discounted rates for second child). Activities include nature hikes, science, crafts, swimming, trampoline fun, swimming, and nature study.

    Special Events & Activities:
    Oktoberfest, seven weekends of family fun starting the last weekend in August, is one of Utah's biggest festivals. A family favorite is Kinderland, with face-painting, games, performances, a giant slide, and more just for kids.

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*Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. All rates are displayed in USD and are based on latest available exchange rates, and so are subject to change. The hotel will charge you in the local currency.

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