From the editors of Elite Meetings
Rustic luxury best describes the ambience of Robert Redford's Sundance Resort. Tucked away in a pristine canyon at the base of 12,000-foot Mount Timpanogos, the tallest in Utah's Wasatch range, the 6,000-acre destination is as much a favorite retreat of ski buffs and outdoor lovers as business travelers seeking an inspirational meeting venue with first-class amenities and service. Readers of Condé Nast Traveler agree. In 2007, the Readers' Choice Survey rated Sundance as the number two resort on the U.S. mainland.
Sundance Resort encompasses 95 deluxe guest cottages and 10 mountain homes, two gourmet restaurants, an art center, a full-service spa, and a conference center that attracts corporate groups from around the world. Executive retreats, seminars and small business meetings can be arranged in a broad range of venues, from the 4,200-square-foot Rehearsal Hall to a secluded, 900-square-foot cedar cabin designed to reflect its natural surroundings. High-speed Internet and top audiovisual equipment are available in all conference rooms and guest lodges.
Sundance's Conference Services Department happily assists with planning and executing anything from theme events to team-building programs in a mountain meadow. A four-season resort, Sundance provides a wide range of activities, many ideal for corporate groups. Summer allows for hiking, mountain-biking and river floats, while winter brings skiing and snowboarding. Anytime of year, the resort offers fly-fishing on the Blue Ribbon trout river, Nature Center programs, classes at the Art Shack, and, of course, pampering treatments at The Spa at Sundance.