Posted on October 8, 2009 by Sarah Myers | in Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge, Visiting Park City | No Comments »
View of the Spa from Silver Lake Village
The Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge renovation is on schedule and will open on December 4, 2009. With the expansion from 9 to 16 treatment rooms we have the flexibility to add new and exiting treatments to the 2009/2010 winter spa menu.
The Women's Relaxation Room
While the entire treatment menu is designed to combat the high altitude and dry climate in Park City, there are some exiting new treatments worth noting. First, The Great Salt Stone Therapy treatment which utilizes salt candles and salt massage stones to remove toxins from the air and body through the production of negative ions. The Crystalliline Gemstone Facial that utilizes the energy of micronized crystalline gemstones blended with bentonite clay to create a high energy, tightening and detoxifying result. Lastly, the High Altitude Package which combines three of the spa’s signature treatments with a focus on replenishing the body’s oxygen supply.
The outdoor heated pool deck
The new fitness facilities will include a wide selection of fitness equipment, including resistance machines, weights, stair machines, and treadmills. Guests can also enjoy breathtaking views of Deer Valley Resort from the year round outdoor heated pool, unwind in the outdoor hot tub and gather around the new fire place which was installed during the recent 2,000 square foot expansion of the deck.
Posted on October 1, 2009 by Sarah Myers | in About Stein Eriksen Lodge, History of Park City, Visiting Park City | No Comments »
Yesterday, the first snow fell at Deer Valley Resort, Park City, UT. There are just 65 days until opening day at Deer Valley Resort. If you haven’t begun to think about your next ski vacation, check out the lodge’s packages available this winter. With ski-in/ski-out access to the #1 rated resort by the readers of SKI Magazine for the third year in a row.
First snow - Sterling lift at Silver Lake Lodge
Posted on August 7, 2009 by Sarah Myers | in About Stein Eriksen Lodge, Visiting Park City | No Comments »
35 Lamborghini owners will make a stop during the 2009 Giro Lamborghini multi-city drive to participate in the “Shop with a Cop” charity program – a non-profit organization facilitated by several local law enforcement agencies to grant the wishes of less fortunate children.
Lamborghini drivers will meet at the Stein Eriksen Lodge on Saturday, August 8 and follow police agents escorting the children in police cars to the famous Utah Olympic Sports Park. The children will then take turns riding in Lamborghinis on fun, local roads. Following the rides, the children will get a special viewing of the US Aerial Olympic Ski Team’s practice.
Founded in 1963, Automobili Lamborghini is headquartered in Sant’ Agata Bolognese, in Northeastern Italy and manufactures some of the world’s most sought after super sports cars. With 29 dealerships in North America and 122 worldwide, Automobili Lamborghini has created a succession of dynamic and elegant super sports cars including the recently introduced Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce. For more information on Automobili Lamborghini, please visit the Web site at www.lamborghini.com.
Lamborghini parked at Stein Eriksen Lodge in preparation for Saturday's event
Posted on July 10, 2009 by Sarah Myers | in Visiting Park City | Comments Off
Chef Zane and Chef Alex lead a group of mt bikers this morning for the Mud Sweat and Cheers event that is a part of the Park City Food and Wine Classic being held in Park City July 9 -12. Here are shots of the group before they loaded on to the lift at Deer Valley Resort and after they returned for lunch and wine tasting. Also along for the ride was owner and wine maker Chris Ferrara from Clesi Winery and owners and vintners Joe Padilla and Dee Erickson from Two Dog Winery.
About to load the chairlift
Ready to enjoy lunch and wine on the deck
Posted on June 29, 2009 by Sarah Myers | in Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge, Visiting Park City | Comments Off
The spa renovation is well underway. As you turn onto Stein Way, you now see the dirt road that was created for all the machinery. Today I went to investigate and see the progress. I was amazed at how much of the building has been removed. The entire front face of the spa has been removed along with an third of the building (the right side).
Posted on May 5, 2009 by Sarah Myers | in Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge, Visiting Park City | No Comments »
The first stages of the Spa expansion have begun
I am pleased to announce that The Spa has been vacated and relocated to suite 271 for the summer.
Despite the light rain the backhoe is busy excavating the land adjacent to the existing spa where the expansion will be built.