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The Residences at The Chateaux Deer Valley

COURTESY DEER VALLEY

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Deer Valley Luxury Redux For those feeling flush, check out Deer Valley’s $14 million upgrade

ant to live like the 1 percent if only for the weekend? Deer Valley’s Stein Eriksen Collection has brought together a treasure trove of new fivestar luxury experiences—such as the $14 million expansion at Stein Eriksen Lodge and the new Residences at The Chateaux—that are all within reach with the simple swipe of your Amex.

The Residences at the Chateaux

Treat your entire family—or your book club—to a threebedroom luxury suite at the new mid-mountain Residences at the Chateaux, which offers 2,200 square feet of living space and access to The Chateaux Deer Valley luxury hotel facilities. Each residence features an elegant French design with a full kitchen, dining area, living area and master bedroom. Stein Eriksen’s CEO Russ Olsen notes that they’re, “perfect for groups and families seeking a luxury home-away-fromhome experience.” Guests receive chauffeured Park City transportation and access to an on-site ski locker room, steam room and dry sauna; private owner’s lounge area, fitness center, toddler activity room, teen activity room and concierge services plus a complimentary breakfast buffet served daily in the owner’s lounge. It can all be yours for $2,267-$3,463 per night in January. 36 Devour Utah • january 2019

By Heather L. King

Stein Eriksen Lodge

How about a romantic couple’s getaway at the newly upgraded Stein Eriksen Lodge? The Winter Activity Package includes on-site resort credits of $400 for a two-night stay that can be enjoyed for spa services, ski rentals, winter activities or at the Forbes four-star Glitretind restaurant overseen by vice president of food and beverage operations and corporate chef, Zane Holmquist. Holmquist and his team strive to make as many elements as possible from scratch in-house using local ingredients—including Utah lamb—and room service is available 24 hours a day. A hearty alpine breakfast buffet is also included. Packages start at $935 to $4,694 per night, depending on room type in January. As you bask in the classic mountain luxury that is Stein Eriksen Lodge, be one of the first guests to experience these upgrades: Champions Club: The family-friendly 3,500-square-foot entertainment center offers high-tech interactive games and a retro arcade. First Tracks Kaffe: The new gourmet grab-and-go slopeside coffee shop serves housemade pastries, specialty coffee drinks and an exclusive Stein signature coffee blend. Pool: This second pool has been added to the property

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Devour Utah January 2019  

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