Luxury Home at Solitude Mountain Resort
|Minimum Stay||1 night|
|Living space||4000 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyYes
Description from the owner
Enjoy everything Solitude has to offer from this four-bedroom, four+bath luxury home nestled among pine trees and a snowball's throw from everything you need for a perfect vacation. The Spring Branch house is adjacent to Solitude Village amenities and a 2 minute walk to the lifts. Situated just a short 40-minute drive from Salt Lake City Airport and receiving an average of 500 inches of snow each year, Solitude offers a world-class skiing experience in an easy-to-reach location. True to its name, lift lines and crowds are a rarity at Solitude, allowing you to truly enjoy the 1200 acres of ski terrain and the charming ambiance of a European-st...Read more
Luxury Home at Solitude Mountain Resort
Additional Location Information
Adjacent to Eagles Springs West condominiums at Solitude Mountain Resort.
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$600 - $1,512||$600 - $1,512||$2,500 - $9,000||$7,500 - $20,000||1 night|
|Feb. 15 2013 - Feb. 22 2013
|May. 1 2013 - Oct. 31 2013
|All Other Dates||$1,134||$1,134||$6,000||$20,000||2 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Local tax - 11.6% of rental - Tax
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: April 02, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Beautiful, spacious, comfortable home, just steps from the lifts
We spent an absolutely wonderful week in this home in mid-January 2012. It certainly fits the billing as a luxury home, but that label doesn't capture just how beautiful and how comfortable it is. First, the bedrooms are so large and so removed from the living area that no one feels in the least cramped and there's always an easy escape from the hubbub of a big house if you need some quiet. But when you're ready for group fun, there's a big kitchen for everyone to help cook in, and then a huge dining room table that everyone fits comfortably around (with the leaf in we easily fit 8 adults and 2 kids). We were so comfortable that we'd usually linger over dinner for at least an hour. After dinner everyone naturally gravitates to the living room, with a big stone fireplace (someone brought marshmallows), a comfy couch and club chairs, and these funny oversized beanbag chairs. You kind of sink into this room and don't want to leave -- until you're lulled to sleep. And you do sleep well in this house. That's important because with such a short walk to the lifts, you'll be getting first-tracks. Skiing at Solitude is great, plus there's other fun stuff: dinner at the yurt was delicious (the chef had worked at Chez Panisse) and it's a hoot out in the woods. We back-country skied one day with a guide -- especially nice to get some soft snow even before the storm came in. In-bounds, we had the nicest lunches at kimis that I've ever had while skiing. We did have dinner down the canyon one evening -- but then everyone realized we had a more relaxed and pleasant time cooking and dining in our beautiful home!
Yeah, it's an investment for a week of skiing (we usually don't pamper ourselves this much), but you may find that it's also an investment in time with family and friends you'll be even closer to after this trip.
We'll certainly be back.
Silver Spring, Maryland
Solitude Lived Up to Its Name
Our family had an enjoyable one-week ski vacation at Solitude Mountain Resort, just a 35 minute ride from the SLC airport. The home was great. It included all of the amenities that our extended family required. It had cable TV and wireless Internet, which worked flawlessly. It was a 100 yard walk to the center of the the resort and the nearest lift. Solitude was nearly empty and Brighton, a five minute drive away, had only a few more folks. The skiing was fine when we arrived and we had fresh snow before we departed. There were no lines for skiing, dining, or any resort services. Grocery shopping required a 12 mile drive back down the canyon, so you may want to stock up on your way in. Overall, we had a painless vacation experience.
Stay and Play
All ten (8 adults/2 kids) of us agreed that our winter vacation in this wonderful, accommodating home was the best family vacation we've had. We all cooked, ate, skied, hot-tubbed, snowshoed, laughed, played in the snow and slept like babies. Did I mention privacy for everyone? A really first-rate home. We'll definitely return!
Lp, Tucson, AZ