WASHINGTON SCHOOL HOUSE
Park City
WASHINGTON SCHOOL HOUSE

GENEL BİLGİLER

Built in 1888 and named after George Washington, the Washington School House was one of the three original schools in Park City, Utah. In its current life as a hotel, it remains just as exclusive. The 12-room property is curated with a collection of Swedish and French antiques, vintage modern art, exquisite fabrics, and striking chandeliers. In lieu of a reception desk, a staff member greets you and will likely become your personal concierge. Don’t be surprised if you are quickly on a first name basis. A heated pool and hot tub chiseled into the mountainside ensure that guests can relax outdoors no matter the season. The hotel’s location is a year-round destination, with the celebrity-infused Sundance Film Festival in winter and world class skiing basically at the doorstep (the hotel living room, with its massive gold gilt mirror, is a popular après ski spot). In summer, plenty of mountain biking/hiking trails, concerts, art/music festivals keep the crowds coming back.