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Washington School House

Opened in December 2011, Park City’s prime crash pad for style-minded ski bums is the result of an exquisite, floor-to-ceiling renovation that converted an 1889 limestone schoolhouse into a 12-room bed-and-breakfast. The design team’s supplies? Wrought-iron beds, reclaimed barn wood, century-old European chandeliers, and luxurious Pratesi linens. The urbane pied-à-terre sits steps from Main Street and is a five-minute walk from Park City Mountain Resort’s Town Lift. After a day on the slopes, settle in for a fireside après ski spread—think microbrews and mini croque monsieurs—or bundle up in your hooded robe and head to the heated pool. Top off the TLC with a slumber in your feather bed, but don’t oversleep: Breakfast here is one you’ll want to wake up for.

Airport Salt Lake City International (SLC)  Rate From $475, including breakfast, après ski eats, beer, wine, and cocktails 


Sick of Skiing? 

Saddle up for a bobsled ride at Utah Olympic Park: A professional “pilot” will take you on a white-knuckle ride down the same icy track Olympians tackled in 2002. 

Slow down with a trip to the Viking Yurt—a circular, slopeside hideaway that’s set with candlelit tables. The chef hauls his provisions on a snowmobile (you get there on a tank-like vehicle called a Sno-Cat) and prepares a six-course, Norwegian-style meal for a group of only 40. 


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