New All-Inclusive Luxury Ski Resort Opens in Park City’s Canyon Village
Pendry Park City offers an elevated spirit of comfort and amenities to their guests
Skiers in Park City now have a new luxury ski resort to choose from, Pendry Park City—an all-inclusive resort offering guests world-class accommodations, innovative dining, art, wellness and entertainment. Located at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Canyons Village, the property features four lounge, restaurant and bar experiences, on-site ski and snowboard rentals, a rec room featuring relaxed American cuisine and arcade games and more than 7,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
“Pendry Park City also provides unparalleled access to the largest mountain in the nation with more than 7,300 acres of skiable terrain, and an après-ski experience unlike any other in Park City,” Bruce Wright, senior vice president of SB Architects explains.
The resort and residences are designed to connect to the surrounding area, both from an aesthetic and functional perspective. Influenced by the area’s rich mining history and neighboring mountain ridges, the design offers refined mountain living within a contemporary architectural vernacular. “We’ve fused the sophisticated energy, inspired design and vibrancy that Pendry is known for, with the alpine warmth and fiercely local tradition that is Park City,” says Michael Fuerstman, co-founder and creative director of Pendry Hotels & Resorts.
In collaboration with Columbus Pacific, the resort is designed by SB Architects featuring interiors by KES Studio. The modern alpine lodge includes 153 artfully designed guest rooms, suites and residences displaying interior design that pays tribute to the mountain landscape with warm, natural elements made anew with a modernist feel throughout.
Guests will enjoy the spectacular rooftop pool, the first and only rooftop lounge and pool in Park City, a full-service spa, a state-of-the-art fitness center and a curated art collection. “Today’s travelers are hungry for new experiences that are true to locale, and resort homeowners want more than just a home. They want a place they can gather and entertain friends, enjoy outdoor activities, have memorable meals and experience the art and culture that give a place its character,” Wright says.