Park City hotels among most expensive in world
February 10, 2012
France’s Courchevel Ski Resort may have just earned the title "Most Expensive Ski Hotel," but popular Park City hotels, The St. Regis Deer Valley and Montage Deer Valley, didn’t fall far behind.
In a report released from http://www.luxury-hotels.com , of the 20 listed as the most expensive ski hotels, only five were in the United States. Park City had two, one of which made the Top 10 List.
The St. Regis took sixth place as the most expensive among luxury ski hotels. It was the highest ranked American hotel on the list and according to the report. St. Regis guests spend an average of $1,037 per night during the peak ski season, Jan. 1 through March 30.
The next highest American hotel, The Little Nell in Aspen, Colo., came in at eighth place with a rate of $1,002 per night. The Montage Deer Valley came in 12th place on the list at $879 a night.
Luxury-Hotels.com compared rates for a standard double room at ski resorts worldwide to compile the information. The 2012 ski season served as the basis for the survey and only those luxury hotels that are located inside ski resorts were included in the ranking. Rates at the beginning and end of the season are about 20 percent less, the report said.
Gina Barker, Park Record