Treasure Mountain Inn was Park City’s first modern hotel.
but ‘modern’ in the 60’s is downright old in the noughts.
So, in 2003 we re-imagined how an ideally located, nearly-historic hotel with prime real estate on Main Street should work and feel like almost 50 years later…
This set us upon a course to green-up, clean-up, strip-down, lighten-up, and keep-up—we moved a wall here, removed an inefficient pool there: here some paint, there a sign, everywhere new lights, lights.
Nursery rhymes aside: throughout the process, the objective has been to not just make the property more visually appealing, but also to improve its function, while reducing its negative impacts. We sacrificed an under-utilized, energy-consumptive pool for a bigger, more inviting Jacuzzi. We increased the gathering areas in the courtyard, planted native trees, refinished, freshened and brightened the hallways.
We modernized the room layouts, replaced the old kitchens and baths, and kept only what was best in each unit—a large, well-proportioned floor plan with lots of space to spread out and relax! A/C, large beds and comfortable furniture round out our updated sleeping rooms. Each room is unique, but also is designed to be elegant, functional, stylish and most of all comfortable. In sum, we made them in the image of what we’d like to come home to after a day in the mountains.