When in search of the perfect balance between opulent accommodations and a serene atmosphere, look no further than the Montage Residences Deer Valley. The resort, which sits in the Empire Canyon area in Park City, Utah, boasts 81 private residences, a 35,000 square foot spa and a concierge staff that serves to meet your every wish. The perks of calling the Montage Residences Deer Valley home don’t end there, as the hotel features an outdoor après-ski terrace, heated bath floors and gas fireplaces.
Forty-nine of the residences, which range in size from 1,200-3,300 square feet, are fully furnished with a cultivated interior design theme signature to Montage Residences Deer Valley. As an option for homeowners, these residences may be entered into a rental program, making them available to seasonal hotel guests. The other 32 residences, which are up to 6,900 square feet in size, are left unfurnished, allowing residents the freedom to decorate their homes to suit their taste.
On Nov. 30, the Montage Residences Deer Valley unveiled a contemporary two-story residence, curated by famed interior designer Philip Gorrivan and One Kings Lane co-founder Alison Pincus. The duo created a dramatic environment for today’s modern family, complete with ornate “tree branch” chandeliers and a 10-foot dining room banquette. Gorrivan launched his design firm in 2001, and has since earned himself a place on the esteemed House Beautiful’s “Top 100 Designers” list. Pincus has been celebrated for supplying the best in designer home décor at competitive prices.
“We sought out top interior designer Philip Gorrivan and One Kings Lane Co-Founder Alison Pincus, two names with great appeal to modern families, to create the ultimate comfortable living space at North America’s newest mountain resort,” said Chris Smith, President of Ohana Real Estate Investors, the owners of Montage Deer Valley.
Throughout the seasons, the Montage Residences Deer Valley offer a mélange of indoor and outdoor activities. For the adventurous soul, winter recreations include snowshoeing, ice-skating, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, bobsledding and sleigh rides. During the warmer months, the resort provides a picturesque backdrop for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, swimming, kayaking and rafting. In lieu of extreme sports, indoor activities are equitably exhilarating. Choices such as culinary demonstrations and wine seminars make for a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon.
9100 Marsac Avenue
Park City, Utah 84060