Hyatt Centric Park City

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This resort is a luxury, slope side property and the lodge is located within the Canyons Resort village. Guests will find the town centre, bars, restaurants, the ski area and the tourist centre all a 1-minute walk from the lodge and it is a short drive or shuttle ride to Park City's historic Main St...

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This resort is a luxury, slope side property and the lodge is located within the Canyons Resort village. Guests will find the town centre, bars, restaurants, the ski area and the tourist centre all a 1-minute walk from the lodge and it is a short drive or shuttle ride to Park City's historic Main Street. It is around a 10-minute drive to Utah Olympic Park and the Tanger Outlet Center, 16 minutes' drive to the Deer Valley Resort and some 23 minutes by car to the Jordanelle Reservoir. Hogle Zoo is around 30 minutes' drive, Jordanelle State Park is 35 minutes by car and it is around a 37-minute d...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Beautiful hotel, in a great location, with AMAZING staff

Reviewed 24 january, 2022

Hyatt Centric Park City truly surpassed my expectations. We stayed in the middle of January, during what was supposed to be Sundance, so prices were high (~$800/night for a standard room), but this was honestly well worth it for what you get. First of all, you're right on Park City Mountain and can ski right down to the hotel. The hotel has a lift right next to it which was unfortunately not running while we were there, but the hotel had a shuttle right out front every few minutes to drive you the 60 seconds to the next closest lift. In the afternoons, you could either ski right back to the hotel or catch the shuttle after some apres-ski drinks. The hotel also partners with a ski shop to take your skis/boards after a day of skiing, store them, and brings them out front of the hotel every morning. In the evening, the shuttle would bring you downtown to go out in historic Park City. Vicky was a particular stand-out on the staff at the hotel, she went above and beyond to ensure that our group had an amazing stay. With my Hyatt Globalist status, she got us upgraded to an amazing suite and made sure that all of our bags were in the room after we returned back from main street (we had arrived several hours before check-in). Jeff also helped us out and made sure that we had a late check-out on our departure day, as we had an evening flight.



Reviewed 19 january, 2022

Last minute vacation end up been a great vacation for our family. We decide Park City bit then were’t sure where exactly to stay and after thr research thank God we chose the right one. Overall great place and if we go back I believe that would be the one.


Best place in Park City to stay for skiing

Reviewed 17 january, 2022

For families with kids and pets, best place with ski in to the hotel doors and ski out. Spacious, clean and cozy. Fantastic room service and super good food in the restaurant. We come back every season and enjoyed every stay so far,


Complete Headache. Avoid Hyatt Centric!

Reviewed 7 january, 2022

Front desk •Staff limited and not friendly except one lady that checked us in. •Routinely told us to talk to someone else •Very unhelpful with any special requests •Amex platinum carries no weight or special consideration. Late check out was denied. •Jami (the manager?) was unaccommodating or compromising when asked about late check out (2pm). Jami dismissed American Express platinum membership and stated that is only if it works for hotel. •When I called front desk to confirm ski in ski out, they assured me it was, this was a lie. THIS IS NOT SKI IN/SKI OUT. •1 bellman available most of time, one with little motivation and significant language barrier. Most people were carrying own bags. On departure, our bags were stacked out in front of hotel near dripping gutter unattended. Bellman was extremely rough with our ski bags containing expensive equipment, we then did it ourselves. Bellman are unprofessionally dressed with no identifiable uniform. Room •Reserved a 3 bedroom suite for 4 nights for $8k •Was give a 2 bedroom suite and had to call down to secure another room after a lengthy discussion with bellman which was fruitless due to language barrier. •The rooms are old and tired and need refresh. Carpet is old, furniture is worn, kitchen cabinets rough, dishwasher half engaged into cabinet, •Fireplace broke and required engineering to fix. Location •It is a 1/4 mile walk to canyons lifts on non-manicured paths •The lift outside the hotel has not been operational all year. Interestingly the Waldorf Astoria lift runs all the time. •IT IS NOT SKI IN/SKI OUT •Front desk stated ok to ski down RETREAT RUN to hotel even if closed, “people do it all the time and not a problem.” This run was closed essentially the whole time and two kids that elected to ski down the closed short run were immediately met by ski patrol. Restaurant •Escala was just terrible. We were only ones in restaurant every morning and service was slow and numerous staff seemed to linger without contributing. All seemed to be training and again language barrier a problem. •Buffet consisted of wet eggs, potatos, old parfaits and moist chewy undercooked bacon and unpalatable pastries. Family of 6 with buffet was $225. •DO NOT EAT HERE •Staff do not wear uniforms, most wear personal clothes with just a name tag and hard to identify. •Despite us being the only patrons at breakfast, had to get up and ask staff for drink refills and other needs. Ski valet •Did not use. It is stupid. Ski valet opens up to a lift that is non-operational. •Many skis left for ski valet in front of hotel seemed to sit there overnight outside. Other •One day, canyons was closed due to winds, while park city was open. The front desk offered no solution to the problem stating the shuttle is not to be used for transfer to park city mountain. They gave us a ride to 7-11 bus stop and dropped us off where we waited an hour for the bus to arrive. Took 2 hours to get to park city from canyons on 3 buses. •Made our own arrangements to get back via taxi that was very efficient. •They have limited transportation that is fixed and not malleable. Summary Old, tired hotel full of inexperienced and uncaring staff that is inconveniently located and has the worst food on the mountain. Look elsewhere.


Extremely attentive staff and very nice room

Reviewed 3 january, 2022

The staff all went out of their way to help however they could. The room, a 2 bedroom suite, was very large and comfortable. Food was fine but not exceptional. I would highly recommend this for a ski/snowboard vacation, the property was right near multiple lifts.