Went there for skiing- next to a lift that takes you to main area. Well maintained pool, sauna and locker room On site management that helps with little things (e.g. fireplace). The main town is a long walk or a short bus ride (or Uber) but manageable and easy. Each condo is different, but the people above can be louder than you would like, but that is expected. All in all quite a nice place.
My husband and I have been coming to PC for nearly 40 years and have stayed all over town. We stayed at Snow Flower for 3 nights (one last March until Covid shut down the mountain, and the other 2 this March) It is true ski-in, ski-out, which is its greatest asset. Both units were dreary and dated (like the furniture in my grandmother's house, and I'm almost old enough to be a grandmother). There is a nice outdoor hot tub; however, there were large groups that took it over at peak times (I counted 50 people in the pool - unacceptable during a pandemic!), so we went later at night. Also, there is coin laundry, but no washer/dryer in the units. In short, IMO the much higher price point for ski-in/out is not justified vs. other condos across the street or parking lot
The Snow Flower was a great place to stay. We were there in the fall, and the location is spectacular. Close to activities around Park City, and literally you can open your door and start hiking/biking/skiing/gawking at the mountains. Staff was very helpful and accommodating as well.
We loved our condo, we love the peace and quiet, the weather was perfect and the Snowflower staff went above and beyond to make our stay extra special. This is our 7th year visiting Park City and we always stay at the Snowflower condos. We love the free buses that take you throughout the city and beyond which makes for a nice afternoon. Golf courses in the area are also some of the most challenging and beautiful you will find anywhere. Can't wait until next August.
We found the facility old, in need of maintenance, the pools small (one was totally closed for repair), the condo small, over-sized furniture, out of date and in need of an update. Local restaurants mediocre with bad service, and public spaces crowded. We booked our condo for a month, and left for home after 2 weeks.
I lived in a second floor studio unit during May, June and into July and I received a very attractive long-term 'monthly' rental rate rather than a nightly short-term rate. The studio balcony overlooked a grassy area with picnic tables & tall trees, nice view from the balcony of the PC ski hill area and lifts, beautiful, very cool breezy living right on the ski mountain. The unit I was in was mostly quiet with occasional bumping & thumping from upstairs. No central air conditioner in these units that I was aware of and not needed as far as I was concerned, the weather was perfect, plenty of breeze with the balcony sliding glass door open. Nice kitchen equipped with everything needed to cook meals at home. Very nice bathroom too. Housekeeping visited once a week. A very nice longer term trouble free stay in Park City! …
This condo is in a great location. It is truly ski in ski out. Easy, short walk to shops and restaurant. Nice clean, comfortable beds. Kitchen well equipped with plenty of dishes. Good drop off zone by front door to leave boots, etc.
awesome access to the slopes, staff was very responsive. Sixths was our second time staying at Sno Flower, we will be back next year. Parking was never a problem, unit was a little dated, clean and had plenty of utensils / plates
I’ve been on 30-40 ski vacations and have to say that this is the worst condo I’ve ever booked. First of all the condo office is in a dispute with the company who rented me my condo. Park City Rental Properties was the agent I booked with. The on premise office basically told me to That the wouldn’t help me with anything when I walked in. Who wants to be in the middle of this dispute while on vacation. I told them I had already printed out a shipping label from this address to ship my skies home and they told me I wouldn’t be able to leave them for pick up because Park City Rental Properties is my agent so I would have to print out new shipping labels. I asked to use their printer in the Snow Flower Office and again was told NO! But when the person behind the desk found out I was a doctor, they had no problem asking me about Corona virus precautions. Really!!!! Besides the ski in and out to the lifts this place is awful from top to bottom. The condo is so dated and dingy looking that we didn’t want to sit down. We were reluctant to use any dishes or utensils because of the awful appearance. When on vacation in the mountains, I don’t want to feel like I’m taking a shower with unheated mountain water!!! There was NO hot water at all. Nothing!! Nada!! Cold shower!!! C’mon!!!!! After shower derm-abrasion with the towels was a real eye opener! Cold shower then derm-abrasion with sand paper like towels. I will never, ever book this place again and will do my best to tell others that they should steer clear!!!!!!…
My husband and I traveled to ski and snow shoe. Although you pay extra resort fees, it was worth it. They were super attentive and helpful with any questions or minor concerns. Our unit was nicely updated and well stocked.