A new ski-friendly Grand Hyatt is coming to Utah’s Deer Valley

Get ready, skiers! A brand-new hotel is coming to Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, and it’s perfect for Hyatt loyalists. The Grand Hyatt Deer Valley is set to open in late 2024 and will offer guests 387 spacious guest rooms, including 40 suites. If you’ve ever dreamed of having a more permanent situation near the slopes, there will also be 55 private residences available.

This new hotel is a game-changer for Deer Valley Resort, as it will be the first major points-friendly ski hotel to open in years. Along with the rooms, the resort will feature an apres-ski bar and grill, a restaurant, and a coffee shop. While specifics on the food and beverage options are yet to be announced, guests can expect a wide variety of options to satisfy their cravings.

The Grand Hyatt Deer Valley will also offer a heated pool open all year, a fitness center, an outdoor event terrace with breathtaking mountain views, and over 38,000 square feet of indoor event space. With a goal to open for the 2024-25 ski season, this new addition to Deer Valley Resort is sure to attract skiers and outdoor enthusiasts from around the world.

Deer Valley Resort is currently undergoing an extensive expansion, which includes doubling the skiable terrain, adding 16 new ski lifts, and a 10-passenger gondola. Future plans also include the addition of a new ski village and more hotel rooms. This expansion will further enhance the resort’s offerings and provide guests with even more options for their stay.

While we don’t have too much information about the pricing of the Grand Hyatt Deer Valley yet, it’s safe to say that it will become a favorite among World of Hyatt members. Hotels in Park City can be quite expensive during peak ski season, so having a points-friendly option is a welcome addition.

If you’re planning a ski trip to Park City before the Grand Hyatt opens, there are other fantastic options to consider. The Montage Deer Valley recently completed a renovation, making it a luxurious choice for your stay. The St. Regis Deer Valley, part of the Marriott portfolio, offers a high-end experience, and the Waldorf Astoria Park City, a Hilton property, is another excellent option.

For Hyatt loyalists who can’t wait for the Grand Hyatt, the Hyatt Centric Park City is a great choice. Located at the base of Canyons Village, this ski-friendly resort starts at 25,000 Hyatt points per night. It offers multi-room suites, a heated pool, a bar and restaurant, and charging stations for electric vehicles. It’s a perfect option for families or larger groups looking for a comfortable and convenient stay.

As more information becomes available about the Grand Hyatt Deer Valley, we will keep you updated. In the meantime, check out our list of 15 ski-friendly resort hotels you can book on points for inspiration for your next winter vacation. Whether you choose the Grand Hyatt or one of the other fantastic options in Park City, you’re in for a memorable ski experience in the beautiful mountains of Utah.

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