The Miners Club offers two, three and four bedroom condominiums, all with fully-equipped kitchens featuring GE Profile appliances and granite counter tops, private washer and dryer, vaulted ceilings, and gas-burning stone fireplaces in all living rooms and master bedrooms.
The resort itself features the Hideaway Country Store for gifts and sundries, a bar in the Club Room stocked with local Utah beer and spirits, a game room featuring Wii rentals, a theater room, and immediate proximity to the Frostwood Gondola, which takes you right up to the ski lifts.
The Hideaway Cafe, located conveniently inside the Miners Club, offers a hearty alpine menu that includes eclectic starters like blueberry chipotle cream cheese dip and succulent entrees like the Hideaway Burrito, french dip au jus, and Big Miners single layer nachos. Whether you're looking for nuanced tastes or a stomach-filling feast, the Hideaway Cafe will never disappoint. If you're on-the-go and looking to grab a few snacks for the road, the Hideaway Country Store in the lobby has all the supplies you need for a quick picnic on the mountain.
Grappa Italian Café on Main Street brings the flavors of northern Italy to Utah with dishes such as sage-and-prosciutto-wrapped Shrimp Saltimbocca and a special house Osso Bucco. Chez Betty breaks the mold with a chef tasting menu that changes every two weeks and a la carte alternatives like sautéed Turkey Scallopine and porcini-encrusted chicken breast. For something a bit more basic and hearty, the Blind Dog Grill has steaks, hamburgers, and other traditional American fare
Park City was once home to the world's richest silver mines. During World War I and the Great Depression, silver was still in high demand; gradually, however, the industry began to suffer, and Park City's tenacious community of miners quickly adapted to the times and proposed the construction of a major ski resort in their little industrial mountain town. The travel conglomerate Utahns Inc. jumped on board, and by 1970 Park City was drawing almost seven hundred thousand tourists per year. Today, that number has jumped to four million, and this cozy yet bustling resort town is known for its affluence, liveliness, and having the "Greatest Snow on Earth".
Located thirty-two miles south of downtown Salt Lake City, Park City is almost completely surrounded by mountains. It served as the site for skiing events in the 2002 Winter Olympics, and is home to the United States Ski Team. Since 1981, Park City annually hosts the Sundance Film Festival, the largest and most prestigious independent film festival in the United States. In 2008, it was named among the top twenty most scenic towns in America by Forbes Travelers Magazine.
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