Provo >Lodging > Sundance Resort
RR 3 Box A1, Provo, UT | Directions 8460440.233844 -111.658535
Neighborhoods: Central Business District, Edgemont
Great Hotel BUT... – It's a great hotel but if any of you are looking to save some $$ then book it at referer.us/8/GoodHotelDeals They usually have some pretty good deals on there!
Disappointing – The condos at sundance are showing their age. Our recent stay included a shower door that would not close, worn toilet seat, small television that would not function correctly, and someone else's dirty socks discarded on the hot tub cover. Not what one would expect for $250. Servers at breakfast were cordial at best.
Surprisingly affordable resort and celebrity hangout. – The Scene
Built on the east slopes of Mount Timpanagos and owned by mega-star Robert Redford, the expansive Sundance resort is its own mountain community, featuring accommodations, recreation, retailers and restaurants befitting high-wattage guests. The 6,000-acre complex is uncrowded by design, with limited parking and a structural layout geared toward integrating the natural surroundings instead of overwhelming them. Upwardly mobile families and outdoorsy types visit Sundance year-round, though ski season and festival time are the peaks.
Lodging options at Sundance range from studio rooms and suites to multi-bedroom homes. All accommodations feature "elegantly rustic" decor (more the former than the latter), and many have fireplaces, stunning views and varying degrees of kitchen utilities. Guests have access to the resort's Artisan Center for art classes, General Store, spa and seasonal activities, such as mountain biking in summer and skiing in winter. The award-winning Tree Room tops Sundance's dining opportunities.
Pamper Yourself! – Sundance is the perfect romantic getaway! The rooms are cozy and the service is fantastic. The restaurants offer the most unique and romantic atmosphere in Utah. Sundance may not be a budget vacation but we always leave feeling like it was money well spent. We've found that the best time to stay at Sundance is in the spring and fall, when they still have a lot of recreational and cultural activities, but at discounted prices.
Unsurpassed – Sundance is one of the most beautiful resorts I have ever visited. The service is unsurpassed and the food is to die for. Once you have arrived, there is no reason to leave. The activities are endless, hiking, horseback riding, art classes, summer theatre, mountain biking, fly fishing and lots more in the summer. In the winter, the alpine skiing is a well kept secret and the nordic skiing is the best. You can even nordic ski at night. If you love peace and quiet in a rustic setting in one of the most beautiful canyons in the world, you must visit Sundance. You won't be sorry!!
love those sundance bars! – The cookies and pastries at Sundance are so scrumptious! I have never had a less-than-extraordinary dessert/baked item there, as a matter of fact! When I've been lucky enough to feast at their Sunday Brunch, I find myself filling up on the pastries and breads and having little room left for the other excellent dishes. My respect and admiration to their Pastry Chef!
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