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Property LocationWith a stay at The Blue Church Lodge in Park City (Downtown Park City), you'll be steps from Main Street and 10 minutes by foot from Park City Mountain Resort. This hotel is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Deer Valley Resort and 4.7 mi (7.5 km) from Canyons Resort. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Main Street - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi
- Park City Museum - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
- Egyptian Theatre - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
- Kimball Art Center - 0.3 km / 0.2 mi
- Park City Mountain Resort - 0.8 km / 0.5 mi
- Olympic Welcome Plaza - 2.2 km / 1....More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Pool and wellness facilities.
Response during the Pandemic
Reviewed 18 march, 2020
We were scheduled to stay here for spring break. The resorts closed just days before we were scheduled to leave. The rental agency (Lespri Properties) contacted us immediately to let us know that we would have a credit for the amount paid to be used in the next 12 months. I found this accommodation to be very reasonable under the circumstances. While we are all disappointed to not be skiing, we can now look forward to spring skiing when all this is behind us...and it will be. Thank you
Run as fast as you can
Reviewed 23 february, 2020
Two years ago, we stayed in the townhouses across the street. We were quite pleased with the updated, clean two bedroom unit we rented and the buffet breakfast in the church was an added bonus. This year, we booked late and Unit F, in the church, was the only remaining rental. This is probably the worst place I have stayed in the last 30 years. Pro: is is close to downtown Cons: don't expect to sleep, the master bedroom mattress and sofa bed mattress feel like they are about 20 years old, The pillows are flat as pancakes. The master bedroom heat cannot be controlled and we were extremely hot each night. We asked for new pillows twice, when they eventually arrived, it seemed as if they had just been bought and I am assuming, based on their comfort level, that they were about 5 dollars each. Not only is the unit dated, but it is also dirty. The rug in the bathroom is stained, there are moldy cracks in the shower and the electric heater in the bedroom is fully off the wall, exposing a huge amount of dust. We also had to retrieve toilet paper from the hot tub room as we were only supplied with two rolls, eventually, after two calls, we were provided with two additional rolls for three more days with three adults! Also, about half the light fixtures had dead bulbs. Finally, do NOT put your ski equipment in the storage locker. We lost an hour and a half of skiing because the lock jammed, we tried for quite a while to take care of it ourselves and it was forty minutes from our initial call to management before maintenance arrived to remove the door. (he was extremely polite and worked quickly) This unit is not worth the decent price. While we may have managed with the outdated furniture and kitchen supplies, the fact that sleep was so impacted for a ski vacation makes this just not worth it.
Someone call an exorcist.
Reviewed 20 january, 2020
Pro- Location to town lift and Main Street. Cons- Everything else. They run the place like an Airbnb, key pads on the front entrance and room doors, locked up with no one site. This would be fine if you didn’t still have a website which can be used to book directly but doesn’t send confirmation emails mirroring those you’d received through Airbnb. None of my numerous phone calls were returned in the weeks leading up to our stay and it took us 30 minutes to find a guest from the sister property across the street to ask for a working phone number. The main number listed for this place may as well be disconnected, no one ever answers. The hot tub isn’t hot, parking is scarce, & the internet is sub 3mbps and spotty at best. The hot tub room doors are left open leaving the smell of warm chlorine to waft throughout the entirety of the building. The pictures of the rooms online make the suites look 10 times larger than they really are. There is a bar with live music next door and a larger concert venue two doors down - don’t count on sleeping much here. The suit that we stayed in is newly renovated yet water leakage stains run down the walls and panels are missing from kitchen bar top. The windows in the rooms upstairs are leaky which means freezing nights in the winter. I had highs hopes for this place when booking but reality is a farcry from what they present online. Go elsewhere until management is swapped out.
Reviewed 5 january, 2020
Our two bedroom unit was clean except for the discolored filthy sponge provided. To say the unit is dated is an understatement. However, everything was in working order except for the WiFi. If you go into a he hallway it works fine. Many evenings there is a PJ gathering for WiFi use. The hotel event planner is very creative. If you are over five feet tall bring a booster seat for the toilet. There is plenty of hot water and the shower works great. This location, as many have mentioned, is ideal for accessing Main Street, which is a “bear” for parking. There is a nice fire 🔥 place but no instructions for operating...a good cost control. Have fun!
Ok but not what it seems...
Reviewed 1 january, 2020
PROS - Keys pick up- efflcient for late night arrival. Charming lodge. Warm and cozy. Vert spacious, well equipped, clean rooms, TV, okay WiFi. Indoor Hot tub, game room a bonus plenty of clean towels available. Excellent location 400yd to ski lift. All restaurants shops outside your door! Free shuttle to resort and fresh market. CONS Entered the Unit to a bad smell that stayed all week. There was NO breakfast. As stated on VRBO and Unit D handbook breakfast was served DAILY in the winter months at 7:30-10am in the lobby. Blue Church management was not contactable so called ‘sister’ hotel whose office claimed breakfast has never been offered at this Lodge.Half way through our stay we found minor water leak coming from upstairs unit. Drip leaked through spotlight frame onto the breakfast bar area. Shower hardware was old and complicated to operate. One of the handles came off.Be careful water was causing burns to young kids. Kitchen plumbing was unpredictable. Water mainly came through rinse hose, sprayed forward onto the person using it. Would rarely come through faucet. Master bedroom comforter looked very tired like 20 years old! There was no vacuum provided in the unit. I would have used it every other day. Also NO cleaning service as we were led to believe. (Not that we minded too much) again, it was in the booking info and the handbook. Did not try the fireplace -would have been perfect for our Christmas stay!! No instructions for use. There was a strange operating device just inside the hearth. Also, ash underneath the grate from previous guestuse. At 10pm each night loud music could be heard from the nightclub next door. It did keep us awake a few nights! At NO time during our stay did we see or hear from any of the management. We did not receive ONE courtesy call either at the beginning of our visit EVEN after our complaint about the bad odor and lack of morning breakfast. I tried to call about the drip leak only to get through to an answer machine. So I didn’t call again. ** The day we returned from our stay and BEFORE posting this review. I shared of ALL these comments in an email to the management . We received NO response. Sadly, this pattern shows a lack of consideration and concern for guest matters and will surely leave an impact on the Lodges future reputation. It was our families’ first time in Park City we loved every bit, but so disappointed with the guest services at the Blue Church Lodge. Overall, we would say it is an ideal place to stay if few details mentioned above are addressed by the management.