Where to Stay

Top 10 Answers to Your Most Grinding Hotel Questions from the Salt Lake Valley’s Ski Base Camp

10 – We do have an indoor hot tub and pool open from 7:00 a.m. to 11 p.m.

9 – Yes, we are within walking distance to dozens of restaurants and bars and have a list at our front desk

8 – We do offer a full complimentary hot breakfast

7 – Although we can’t shuttle you to the resort, our hotel shuttle can take you to the Trax light rail or ski bus stop

6 – Yes, you can dial 511 or visit this link for road conditions:       http://511.commuterlink.utah.gov/tats.web.report/

5 – Yes, we keep a daily update of snow levels at the resorts, or you can visit     Ski ‘N See’s snow report page

4 – Yes, the resorts cater to “park hoppers”; Snowbird and Alta have combined passes as does Brighton and Solitude

3 – Some of our hotels sell the SuperPass for the Cottonwood Canyon resorts at $74 per day, and you can get Park City area       discounted lift tickets at Ski ‘N See/ARCS

2 – We can offer you a coupon to get discounted ski, snowboard, helmet, and clothing rentals at Ski ‘N See / ARCS just down the road

1 – Sandy is known as the Salt Lake Valley’s Ski Base Camp because it is 15 miles from four Cottonwood resorts, and yes, we’ll give you directions

The top 10 list comes from a group of Sandy area hotels to which you would be proud to refer your family, friends, and ski groups, with rates much lower than can be found at the resorts. Click on your favorites to learn more about what each hotel has to offer.

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