Your Destination Guide to Park City

Park City Activities & Events

As the snow melts and flowers bloom, the resort becomes an alpine summer paradise where activities are abound. Summer in the Rockies is a time of cultural celebration with countless outdoor concerts, street fairs and farmers markets including the weekly Park Silly Sunday Market, the Park City Food & Wine Classic, the Park City Kimball Arts Festival and Canyons Resort Summer Concert Series. No matter how you choose to enjoy summer in Park City, an unforgettable memory is always just an adventure away.  

History

Park City, Utah is a four-season destination offering the best of everything, from impeccable winter activities like skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, sleigh rides and snow tubing to mountain biking, hiking, paddle boarding and fly fishing in the summer. For those of you who prefer a less extreme option, you are covered with arts, cultures, theater, shopping and galleries.

The abundant silver veins throughout the mountain attracted adventurers from around the world and during the mining height, those mountains surrounding Park City yielded $400 million in silver and created 23 millionaires. When the mineral prices began to fall the boom years ended but a new treasure was found. It is now termed "The Greatest Snow on Earth".

Park City has over 9,000 acres of skiable terrain and 350 inches of snow each year. Waldorf Astoria Park City's backyard has year-round access to the largest resort, Canyons, with over 4,000 acres of varied terrain.

Accessibility 

Located just 35 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport via the interstate highway and 10 minutes from Main Street Park City, our hotel is the perfect location to explore 4,000 acres of varied terrain right in our backyard.

Take our scheduled local area shuttle to nearby skiing, Main Street, shopping, dining, and entertainment. Our Daily Resort Charge of $35 USD (plus tax) will be added to the room rate per room, per night and includes: scheduled local area shuttle, local, toll-free, and credit card calls (no access fee); high speed internet access; and valet parking.


Getting to Waldorf Astoria Park City


Directions from the SLC Airport to Waldorf Astoria Park City

  • Exit Salt Lake City International Airport heading west.
  • Merge onto 1-80 E toward CITY CENTER/OGDEN/PROVO. 7.9 mi
  • Merge onto 1-80 E via Exit 304 toward Cheyenne. 21.7 mi
  • Take the UT-224, Exit 145 at Kimball Junction/Park City - 0.5 mi
  • Turn right off ramp toward KIMBALL JCT/PARK CITY 2.7 mi (4 lights)
  • Turn right on CANYONS RESORT DR. 0.2 mi 
  • Turn Right onto FROSTWOOD DR. 0.2 mi
  • Waldorf Astoria Park City will be on the right at the end of road.

The Salt Lake City International Airport has a number of rental car companies for travelers. Should you need a shuttle or car service to get to the Waldorf Astoria Park City, arrangements can be made through our concierge reached at 435-647-5500 or SLCDM_Concierge@waldorfastoria.com.

Waldorf Astoria, Park City

2100 Frostwood Drive Park City, UT 84098