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Park City Mountain Resort Makes SKI Magazine's Top 10 List

Ski Resort Is Recognized in 2012 Readers' Survey

PARK CITY, UT -- (Marketwire) -- 11/16/12 -- Park City is known worldwide as a skier's paradise. Just a 35-minute ride from Salt Lake City International Airport and nestled in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, this resort town is popular among celebrities, politicians, and families looking for some of the best slopes in the country. And even among stiff competition, the Park City Mountain Resort was named one of the top 10 ski resorts by a SKI Magazine readers' survey. Nearby Deer Valley and Canyons Resort were also voted in the top 10.

Well-regarded in the outdoor community, SKI Magazine "...covers the entire mountain lifestyle among skiers and general winter travelers: the people, places, gear and trends that help readers better enjoy the unique experiences found in the mountains and on the slopes." Readers chose Park City Mountain Resort as one of the top 10 ski resorts in the county. This standout resort is only one mile from our hotel in Park City, UT. More information on the magazine and the survey is available at http://www.skinet.com/ski/.

Park City's transformation to one of the premier skiing destinations in the world was marked by the first ski lift installation in 1946. Since then, the "Greatest Snow on Earth" has hosted decades of ski seasons, which usually begin in November and end at the end of April.

Nestled in the heart of Utah ski country among the majestic Wasatch Mountains, the Park City Marriott is a prime Park City, Utah, hotel for adventure seekers and business travelers. Whether plans include skiing at Park City Mountain Resort, golfing at the area's championship golf courses or tackling the slopes on a mountain bike, snowmobile or on foot, this Park City lodging's central location provides convenient access to all recreational activities. The hotel also offers a number of Park City, Utah hotel packages, available at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/slcpc-park-city-marriott/.

This Park City, Utah, hotel's 192 deluxe guest rooms and seven suites are designed for rest and relaxation as well as productivity. With event venues ready to seat 10 to 800 guests, exquisite meeting and banquet facilities at this hotel in Park City, Utah, provide the ideal backdrop for any corporate event or Park City, Utah wedding. Guests can feast on regional comfort food at the hotel's on-site restaurant, relax in the atrium-style pool and hot tub, or take the complimentary town shuttle to Utah Olympic Park, Factory Stores at Park City or Old Town Main Street. It's all at the Park City Marriott.

About the Park City Marriott

This resort in Park City, Utah is nestled in the heart of Park City and located on the complimentary town shuttle route. Just one mile from Park City Mountain Resort, the hotel is a prime location for visitors of the popular Park City, Utah, resort. Along with Park City, UT, the Park City Marriott is the official headquarters for guests of the famous annual Sundance Film Festival. It offers 192 deluxe rooms and seven spacious suites on four floors, along with 12 meeting rooms, providing 10,000 sq. ft. of total meeting space.

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