If you are trying to figure out what you can do this summer while staying at our Deer Valley hotel, look no further than the Park Silly Sunday market. Starting June 10, the Park Silly Sunday Market is hitting Main Street in our shady mountain town every Sunday through September 23. This festival is an open-air market that features arts and crafts, different types of music and performing arts, lots of different types of foods and so much more.
What kinds of things go on at the festival?
In just sixteen Sundays, the Park Silly Sunday Market has managed to feature tons of farmers, chefs, musicians, artists and non-profit organizations. With such a diverse line-up you will have a unique experience each week. The best part is the public gets to enjoy every single minute of it. While you’re staying in Park City, you can explore Main Street on a Sunday afternoon and listen to music, see some art and do a variety of arts and crafts. It is a great activity for the entire family.
Our Deer Valley hotel has a full kitchen in most our suites, so guests are welcome to grab some fresh veggies and meats and cook up a storm of local cuisine Sunday night after the market.
What do I need to bring?
The first thing you should know is that most of the vendors do not accept credit cards so make sure you bring sufficient cash so you can take home the items that catch your eye. It is a smart idea to also bring a re-useable bag to hold your purchases and prevent them from getting dropped or smashed. Since the weather in our mountain town is always fluctuating, wear layers and bring sunscreen, for any type of change in the weather. Don’t hesitate to spend some time at the Park Silly Sunday Festival while you are staying in our Deer Valley hotel.
Posted: June 13th, 2012 | Author: Sarah | Filed under: Uncategorized | 46 Comments »
Park City hotels and historic sites
Park City is surrounded by beautiful scenery and is rich in history. This June, those two things will come together in a guided historical hike that will run through October. If you choose to make a trip up for the hike, make sure you stay at one of the best Park City hotels, the Chateaux at Silver Lake.
Park City hotels: Hike details
The Chateaux at Silver Lake is a Park City hotel located at mid-mountain Deer Valley, which is the area the hike runs through. The Chateaux will provide a comfortable and relaxing stay, and most importantly, a beautiful room to rest your body after your long hike.
The hike highlights Park City’s mining history. It starts at 9:30 a.m. and will last 3 to 4 hours, which covers a little less than 6 miles of terrain. According to the Guided Historical Hike website, participants need to be in good shape because the hike is moderately strenuous. Food is not provided on the hike so be sure to pack lots of snacks and water.
The hikes start Sunday, June 10 and will repeat in July 8, Aug. 12, Sept. 9 and the last day will be Oct. 14. No reservations need to be made, but space could be limited. Although reservations do not need to make for the hike, call today to reserve your room at the Chateaux at Silver Lake, one of the best Park City hotels.
Posted: May 8th, 2012 | Author: The Chateaux | Filed under: Chateaux General, Deer Valley Resort News, premier lodging in Park City, Uncategorized | 6,360 Comments »
Le Spa Chateaux is the best kept secret at The Chateaux. After a day on the slopes, why not treat yourself to a relaxing and rejuevenating massage? Simply leave the comforts of your hotel room or condo (bathrobe attire is perfectly acceptable) and venture to the lower level of the hotel… it’s as simple as that! Our Massage Sportif is the perfect antidote to your aching muscles. During the month of March, Le Spa is offering $30.00 off all treatments. Now is the perfect time to pamper yourself. For reservations, please call 435.658.9538.
Posted: March 9th, 2011 | Author: Sarah | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Massage, Spa | 7,293 Comments »
The Chateaux at Silver Lake is excited to announce that Chris Wellmon has been named Executive Chef of The Chateaux. Chef Wellmon’s responsibilities will include Cena Ristorante and Lounge, scheduled to open December 2010 and The Chateaux’s banquet operations. Chef Wellmon has previously worked as the executive Sous Chef for Stein Eriksen Lodge for the past 4 years. Prior to Steins, he worked in Colorado at the Ritz Carlton, Bachelor Gulch and The Club at Cordillera.
Chris is a certified draftsman. As a matter of fact, Chris sort of “stumbled” into culinary work. In 1990, after receiving his degree as a draftsman, Chris was struggling to find a position in his field. To make ends meet, he took a job as a dishwasher in a restaurant. His first day of work, one of the prep cooks failed to show up and the head chef asked Chris to step in and help out. He created a clam chowder that was apparently out of this world. From that day forward, his love of cooking began and he hasn’t looked back since.
Chris’s many passions, besides his wife of 11 years, Cherie, include fly-fishing and anything to do with the outdoors. We are thrilled to have Chris and his tireless commitment and creativity join The Chateaux at Silver Lake. Welcome to The Chateaux family, Chef Wellmon!
Posted: October 27th, 2010 | Author: Sarah | Filed under: Uncategorized | 6,419 Comments »
The Chateaux Launches Summer Season with Sizzling Deals
Packages provide incredible access to slopeside luxury
PARK CITY, UTAH – (May 7, 2010) – The Chateaux at Silver Lake, located mid-mountain at Deer Valley Resort and a Stein Eriksen Lodge managed property, has announced an impressive line-up of summer deals, giving guests unsurpassed value for slopeside luxury. With package rates beginning at $85 per night, The Chateaux makes a winter’s-end escape to the mountains more affordable than ever.
To experience a beautiful summer mountain escape at The Chateaux, the following packages are available:
Mountain Biking Experience
Package includes a discounted hotel or studio room with fireplace, two full-day, lift-served mountain biking passes on Sterling Express at Deer Valley Resort (located steps away from The Chateaux) and a 25% coupon at Ski and See, the onsite retail outlet, valid toward rental equipment and non-sale merchandise.
Package Rate: $99 per person
A Romantic Getaway
Package includes a discounted hotel or studio room with fireplace, a custom photo album room amenity and 20% off discounts at Stein Eriksen Lodge’s Glitretind Restaurant and The Spa.
Package Rate: $85.00 per person
Package includes a discounted hotel or studio room with fireplace, two tickets to a Utah Symphony concert at Deer Valley Resort and a picnic cooler for two to take along to the concert.
Package Rate: $140 per person
For more information about The Chateaux and its summer offerings, contact Jana Dalton at email@example.com, or visit the hotel’s web site at www.the-chateaux.com.
Posted: June 7th, 2010 | Author: Sarah | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Deer Valley Resort, Mountain Biking Getaways, Summer Packages, The Chateaux at Silver Lake | 7,468 Comments »