- 2 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Sleeps 6
Description from the manager
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath condo centrally located in Park City, Utah at Prospector Square. This New Claim Condominiums features comfy queen beds in each bedroom and two full bathrooms – one for each bedroom. The living area has comfortable seating, a gas fireplace and private balcony. The living room couch also converts to a sleeper sofa if you have a larger group.
The property is 875 square feet and can easily accommodate six people.
The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to prepare and enjoy a meal or snack. The full kitchen features a stove/oven, fridge, microwave, toaster and coffee machine. There is also a breakfast...Read more
Prospector Square New Claim
Park City, Utah
Additional Location Information
Park City, Utah is a vibrant, lively and thriving mountain town, just 35 minutes east of Salt Lake City International Airport. This highly accessible winter (and summer!) destination town is home to the yearly Sundance Film Festival and was a host of the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Winter Games. As you make your way to Historic Main Street in the heart of downtown Park City, you will observe the easily recognizable and world-class mountain resorts: Canyons Resort, Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Ski Resort. The big 3 resorts in Park City were all named by SKI Magazine readers to be among the Top 10 resorts in Western North America. Deer Valley took home the #2 spot, Park City Mountain Resort was awarded the #5 ranking and Canyons Resort was named the #10 resort. This September, Outside Magazine rated Park City, Utah the #1 ski town resort of all time.
Park City is one of the top travel destinations in North America and much of the United States for skiers, snowboarders and families, who are searching for the “Best Snow on Earth”. Apart from the wintertime of skiing, snowboarding and the Sundance Film Festival, the summer time is also filled with activity. Outdoor concerts, hiking through the Wasatch National Forest, sightseeing from the top of Empire Pass, golfing at one (or all) of the pristine local courses are a regular occurrence in the neighborhood and what Park City locals enjoy everyday.
Historic Park City Main Street is a prosperous business district that offers endless access to local and luxury mountain experiences. If you are looking to enjoy an original dining experience at any one of Park City’s restaurants and breweries, immerse yourself in the arts and cultural venues or spend some time shopping the boutiques, Park City’s Main Street is such a place. Historic Main Street also offers access to numerous art galleries, a variety of activities for recreation and signature events year-round.
The possibilities are endless and we hope this guide proves useful for any organized or open-ended plans that you may have during your visit. Marquee events in the town include the sensational Sundance Film Festival, Park City Arts Festival, Savor the Summit and the Tour of Utah (stage[s]) with other seasonal local favorites’ like Park Silly Sunday Market, July 4th Parade, Miner’s Day Parade and Howl-a-Ween in October.
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Last updated on September 21, 2014
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- Utah Tax Authority | 10.45% of rent | 10.45% of Rental, Cleaning Fee, Processing Fee
- Cleaning Fee | $125 per stay | $125.00
- Security Deposit | $250 | Refundable security deposit (Optionally replaces the limited damage waiver).
- Limited Damage Waiver | $44 per stay | $44
- Travel Insurance | 6.95% of rent | 6.95% of the non-refundable trip cost.
- Fitness Room
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Hair dryer
Phone / Internet
- Internet Access
Pool / Spa
- Hot Tub/Jacuzzi
- Satellite or cable TV
- Balcony or terrace
- Pet friendly - no
- Smoking allowed - no
- Suitable for children - yes
- Suitable for the elderly - ask
- Wheelchair accessible - ask