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* All Image Renderings Courtesy of Grand Hyatt

Over the years, Deer Valley has established themselves as the epitome of luxury in the ski market. No stranger to opulence itself, the Grand Hyatt brand is at the very pinnacle of the high end hotel market. Now these two famous brands and coming together in what promises to be a marriage made in heaven.

Calling all luxury skiers and adventure seekers. Are you looking for a getaway that enhances family fun with a touch of elegance? Then look no further. Coming November 2024 Grand Hyatt is bursting onto the Deer Valley ski scene with its first ever resort in Utah. This stunning mountaintop resort promises an unforgettable experience, blending bespoke luxury with convenient access to world-class skiing and year-round activities. Whether you are season skier or just looking for a unique getaway, Grand Hyatt Deer Valley promises to deliver on all fronts.

Bespoke Elegance Meets Family Fun

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Imagine a location that offers the sophistication and amenities of a high end hotel while still catering to adults and children alike. There is no need to imagine. This is the reality of the Grand Hyatt Deer Valley which promises to seamlessly blend the conveniences of a plush hotel with activities and spaces for all ages. On-site ski lockers will make storing your families gear a breeze. Meanwhile the spa is the perfect opportunity to relax while your children enjoy the game room and kids club thereby providing guests with the ultimate ending to their Deer Valley ski day.

Prime Time for Powderhounds

Rendering of Exterior

The timing of the Grand Hyatt Deer Valley could not be better. Not only does it plan to be open in time for the 2024-25 ski season, but it will also spearhead Deer Valley’s major expansion. Under that expansion Deer Valley will double their terrain all while adding 16 new lifts and a modern gondola. With this much top notch terrain, Deer Valley is sure to attract a multitude of new visitors that are certain to put the Grand Hyatt’s 422 rooms and residences to use. Not to mention, their convenient direct to lift shuttle service will be ready to roll this winter and provide easy transportation to all of their terrain when the time comes.

Deer Valley Culinary Delights Await

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Deer Valley Resort is known in the ski industry as having one of the best food and beverage scenes at any ski resort in the country. Grand Hyatt Deer Valley will only add to this aura. Led by Chef Marc Marrone’s culinary vision there will be a variety of options on site worth visiting. Highlighted by stunning mountain views you can dine on rustic American fare at any of their locations. Whether its the coffee bar, lobby bar, dining room or even the underground adults only bar Three Little Birds, you will most certainly find something delicious to enjoy.

Convenience Meets Entertainment

There is no doubt that location is key and the Grand Hyatt Deer Valley has it. From its prime location on the mountain visitors can take advantage of all that Deer Valley has to offer. In the winter GHDV will provide easy access to the slopes including Deer Valley’s famous “ski beach.” In the warmer months, visitors can take advantage of a multitude other activities including mountain biking, hiking and golf. Furthermore, Park City’s vibrant Main Street, with its shops, restaurants, and bars, is just a short drive away, ensuring there’s something for everyone to enjoy throughout the year.

Be Among the First to Experience Luxury at Grand Hyatt Deer Valley

Mark your calendars for November 2024 and be among the first to experience the extraordinary union of luxury and adventure. From its prime location visitors can conveniently access all that is Deer Valley. From world class skiing and dining, year round activities and Park City’s vibrant scene, Grand Hyatt Deer Valley promises an unforgettable escape for skiers of all levels and families seeking a touch of magic in the mountains.

About the Author

Rich Stoner is the founder of the après-ski lifestyle clothing and media brand, All About Après. He is also the co-host of the Beyond the Après podcast. No stranger to the ski and après-ski scene, Rich has been a long time contributor for many publications on topics like skiing, gear, beer and food. However, his passion is on the slopes and enjoying good times with good people. You can find him perfecting his craft carving turns and drinking beers in the Green Mountains of Vermont.  @allaboutapres

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