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The Chateaux Deer Valley

Hotel Contact:
7815 Royal Street East
Park City, Utah 84060
United States
Main: 435-645-6452
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Elite Rating
Planner Rating: 4.6
Chain Independent
Opened 1999
Guest Rooms 140
Kings/Suites/Doubles 51 / 93 / 50
Room Rates High $499 - 849 Low $119 - 219
High Season High Season Low Season Low Season Shoulder Season Shoulder Season
Ideal Group Size 120
Max Group Size 120


Resort Fee $25
Room Tax 13.37%
Sales Tax 10.05%

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Meeting Space

Largest Meeting Room 6,627ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 9,000ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 3,000ft²

Airport Proximity

Heber City Municipal Airport
30 min 21 miles (34 km)
Salt Lake City International Airport
45 min 39 miles (63 km)


Business center
high-speed internet access
audiovisual services.


Fitness center
heated outdoor pool
ski rental shop
and restaurant.


Deer Valley Resort’s 21 ski lifts and 103 runs
Park City Mountain Resort
Main Street
Kimball Art Center
Eccles Theater
Park City Ice Arena
Park City Municipal Athletic & Recreation Center
Utah Olympic Park
Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter
and 15 public and private golf courses.
Onsite Dining: Capacity
Cena Ristorante

F&B Averages:

Breakfast Buffet $34 Cont. $24
Lunch Buffet $36 Plated $35
Dinner Buffet $54 Plated $50
Coffee Break $18
2-Hour Open Bar $90
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Capacity Charts
Room Name Total Square Meters Room Size(meters) Ceiling Height (meters) Total Square Feet Room Size (feet) Ceiling Height (feet) Classroom Theater Banquet 10 Reception Conference U-Shape H-Square 10 x 10s
Courchevel Room 60 7.6 x 7.9 2 650 25 x 26 8 32 40 36 40 0 24 32 7
Impressionist Ballroom 616 14.3 x 43 4 6,627 47 x 141 12 384 660 515 700 0 0 0 38
Impressionist Ballroom Degas Section 179 12.5 x 14.3 4 1,927 41 x 47 12 138 170 144 190 0 36 48 38
Impressionist Ballroom Monet Section 201 14 x 14.3 4 2,167 46 x 47 12 138 220 200 220 0 64 36 38
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Property News
The Chateaux Ranks Among the Best in the West by Condé Nast
Posted October 19, 2016
PARK CITY, Utah (October 19, 2016) – Condé Nast Traveler today announced the results of its 29th annual Readers’ Choice Awards. The Chateaux Deer Valley was recognized as the #4 "Top Resort in the West."

The Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards are the longest-running and most prestigious recognition of excellence in the travel industry and are commonly known as “the best of the best of travel.” The Readers’ Choice Awards have become more selective and specific to the passions that inspire today’s travelers. Over 300,000 dedicated readers cast votes to determine the 1,402 best travel experiences in the world.

The Readers’ Choice Awards are announced in the November issue of Condé Nast Traveler, on newsstands nationwide on October 25, 2016. The full list is published exclusively online, at

About Condé Nast Traveler
Condé Nast Traveler is the most trusted and celebrated name in travel with 6 National Magazine Award wins and 26 nominations in its 28-year history.
The New Stein Collection is Announced
Posted September 6, 2016
PARK CITY, Utah (September 6, 2016) – Legendary Stein Eriksen Lodge has announced the Stein Collection, a luxury collection of unique, independently owned hospitality destinations managed within the Stein Collection brand. Stein Collection currently consists of Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley, Stein Eriksen Residences, The Chateaux Deer Valley, The Residences at The Chateaux Deer Valley and Park Meadows Country Club, a private membership club.

Stein Collection, named after legendary skier Stein Eriksen, maintains the highest standards in every property, service and amenities, and upholds the “Stein Way” standards that Stein Eriksen embodied in both his skiing and professional career. Stein Eriksen was a pioneer in skiing, a world champion and an Olympian. His pursuit of the best was infused into the lodge that bears his name and is exemplified in how staff and guests interact. Stein desired to give his guests a memorable escape from everyday life—an opportunity to relax, enjoy the outdoors and reconnect with nature. That mission sets the standard for all properties within Stein Collection.

“When guests see the Stein Collection logo, it offers assurance of superior care and a legendary experience,” said Russ Olsen, CEO of Stein Collection. “Each member of the Collection offers enduring value and legendary experiences. We manage and support each of them with deeply instilled ethics of personalized service, unique amenities and attention to detail for which we have set the standard in our market. Each of our year-round properties deliver flawless attention to guests, members and owners.”

Stein Collection operates under the mantra of “Perfect, Legendary Experiences” as this is the ultimate objective for each of these unique properties. Stein Collection legendary offerings include:

Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley. Stein Eriksen Lodge welcomes guests to the “World’s Best Ski Hotel,” as awarded by the World Ski Awards. The 5-Star Lodge offers a unique, one-of-a-kind, ski-in/ski-out, luxury setting, in which exemplary service is at the forefront of the guest experience.

Stein Eriksen Residences. The newest addition to Stein Collection, Stein Eriksen Residences is Stein Eriksen Lodge re-envisioned and offers many of the traditions synonymous with its legendary namesake. A perfect blend of nature, amenities and impeccable mountain terrain, the Residences present an incomparable lifestyle for active individuals and families who prize an authentic, luxury, alpine living experience. Reflecting a quintessential modern luxury look and feel, the Residences offer top-tier condo and vacation home lodging components to Stein Collection.

The Chateaux Deer Valley. The Chateaux Deer Valley, located within steps of the world-renowned Deer Valley Resort, offers guests 4-Star lodging and exceptional service. With a ballroom that boasts Park City's largest indoor space, The Chateaux is an ideal setting for large groups and a luxury hotel for guests seeking adventure or relaxation.

The Residences at The Chateaux Deer Valley. Club ownership at The Residences enables you to own a premium Deer Valley ski home at a fractional price. The Club combines Deer Valley residential elegance with luxury hotel services and private amenities. Located steps from Deer Valley's Silver Lake Village and ski lifts, the spacious three- and four-bedroom Residences come complete with services and amenities no other vacation home can match.

Park Meadows Country Club. Nestled in an exclusive Park City neighborhood, this renowned Jack Nicklaus signature golf course and clubhouse is just minutes from Historic Main Street, area ski resorts and our lodging properties. As the only private, in-town golf and social club in Park City proper, and with an on-site swimming pool and fitness center, Park Meadows allows members to experience the best golf in Park City. Guests of Stein Eriksen Lodge, Stein Eriksen Residences, The Chateaux Deer Valley and owners of The Residences at The Chateaux Deer Valley now have exclusive access to the Park Meadows grounds and amenities during their stay.

For more information about Stein Collection or any of its managed properties, please contact Jessica Turner at (435) 604-2793 or Further information on Stein Collection is also available at

About Stein Collection: Each independently owned and managed property within the Stein Collection sets the standard for authentic hospitality and remarkable service found only at our one-of-a-kind destinations. The Collection's winning heritage and personality is the natural extension of Olympic gold medalist downhill skier Stein Eriksen, and his legendary dedication to perfection. Year-round, consistent, award-winning service is delivered to guests and owners against the backdrop of world-renowned locations. The little touches, the celebrity treatment and the legendary care we put into each and every stay sets the Collection apart. Wherever you see the Stein Collection logo, you are putting a measure of perfection into your next escape. Stein Collection delivers perfect, legendary experiences.
The Chateaux Earns the Forbes Four-Star Rating for 2016
Posted January 1, 2016
A trip to The Chateaux Deer Valley is like a visit to a European mountain chalet without leaving the continent. Located mid-mountain in Silver Lake Village, The Chateaux is only steps away from Deer Valley Resort, one of the top-rated ski resorts in the country.

From the stone-and-beam exterior and courtyard fountain to the fire pit and marble lobby, Chateaux Deer Valley exudes the charm of a French inn with all of the American conveniences. Amenities include a heated pool and two hot tubs, onsite Le Spa Chateaux, restaurant and lounge, sports rental shop, fitness center and conference facilities.

The Chateaux Deer Valley is large, although it’s hard to tell just how big it is when you enter the lobby through the underground parking structure. Housed within separate buildings are studio, one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom options. Rooms are privately owned but managed by the hotel so the finishes are consistent, including partial or full kitchens, jetted tubs, fireplaces and balconies. The hotel’s Cena Ristorante serves family-friendly Italian food, and Cena Lounge has live music, bar service and an appetizers and small bites menu.

For more information about The Chateaux Deer Valley, please contact Jessica Turner at (435) 604-2793 or To read more about the Forbes Four-Star rating, please visit
Posted December 27, 2015
DEER VALLEY RESORT, Park City, UT (December 27, 2015) – Stein Eriksen, the legendary alpine skier whose revolutionary technique and distinctive style made him a founder of modern skiing, passed away peacefully on Sunday, December 27, 2015 at his home in Park City, Utah surrounded by family. He was 88 years old.

As one of the most recognized names in the ski world, Stein Eriksen has been synonymous with skiing style and elegance for more than 60 years. The first alpine skier to win triple gold at a world championship, an Olympic Gold Medalist and ambassador and father of freestyle skiing, Stein Eriksen parlayed all that he knew and loved about the sport into an incredible career that spanned almost six decades and changed the face of alpine skiing worldwide.

The patriarch of elegant skiing, Eriksen successfully turned his passion for skiing into a lifetime career. His desire to develop an internationally-renowned luxury hotel, which now bears his name, is located mid-mountain at Deer Valley Resort, where he served as Director of Skiing for more than 35 years.

“Stein has been an integral part of the Deer Valley family since the resort’s inception and his presence on the mountain will be profoundly missed,” said Bob Wheaton, Deer Valley president and general manager. “His influence in the ski industry and at this resort was infinite and his legacy will always be a fundamental aspect of Deer Valley. He was a true inspiration and we are honored to have had him as a part of the Deer Valley family.”

Commenting on Eriksen’s legacy, Dennis Suskind, Board President of Stein Eriksen Lodge, noted, “Stein Eriksen was the vision behind the development of the Lodge that carries his name. His celebrity charisma created a special ambiance whether within the Lodge, our restaurant or out on the mountain, that was warm and inviting. He was a real friend and will be missed.”

Born December 11, 1927, Eriksen originally gained fame through competition at the 1952 Oslo Olympic Winter Games, where he took the gold and silver medals in the giant slalom and slalom events, respectively. Two years later he went on to win three gold medals at the World Championships in Åre, Sweden in 1954, making him the first alpine skier to win the world championship ‘triple gold.' Shortly thereafter, Eriksen’s inimitable style and captivating personality garnered him the attention of the news media and friendship of the Hollywood elite. His status was enhanced by his spectacular forward somersault, an aerial maneuver credited as the forerunner of the inverted aerials performed by freestyle skiers today.

A native of Norway, Eriksen lived in the United States for the last six decades. Prior to joining Deer Valley Resort, he was involved in the development of the then Park City Ski Area, now Park City Mountain. Before Park City, Stein spent four years as director of skiing and ski school director at Snowmass, Colorado, and four years as ski school director at Sugarbush, Vermont. He also served as ski school director and owned his own sport shop in Aspen, Colorado. From 1956 to 1958, he was ski school director for Heavenly Valley, California, having previously served in the same position at Boyne Mountain, Michigan from 1954 to 1956.

Among his numerous awards and honors, Eriksen was awarded the Knight First Class honor in 1997 by His Majesty the King of Norway as a reward for outstanding service in the interest of Norway, indicating his dedication to his home country. His contribution to the world of sports and his commitment to the people of his homeland also earned him the Royal Order of Merit. In recognition of his pioneering spirit and contribution to the early development of the ski industry, Stein received the Pioneer Award from the Intermountain Ski Areas Association (ISAA) in 1998. Eriksen served as an Olympic Ambassador at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, during which some events took place at his home mountain of Deer Valley Resort and coincided with the 50th anniversary of his Olympic medals. Eriksen was inducted into the Intermountain Ski Hall of Fame in 2003 and the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) Hall of Fame in 2013. In April of 2015, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Utah Sports Commission.
Eriksen was also awarded the Outstanding Contribution to Ski Tourism by World Ski Awards in 2015.

Stein was frequently sought out by the thousands of skiers to which he taught the sport and was always happy to stop for a visit and a photo. He took great pride and joy in his past students and guests and making them feel special. In addition to his numerous accomplishments and awards, Stein will be remembered for his charisma, kindness and approachable nature.

Eriksen is survived by his wife of 35 years, Francoise, son Bjorn, three daughters, Julianna, Ava and Anja and five grandchildren. He was preceded in death by son Stein Jr.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made to the Stein Eriksen Youth Sports Opportunity Endowment. A private memorial will be held for family followed by a celebration of Stein’s life, details of which will be forthcoming.

Out of respect for the family at this difficult time, please address all inquiries for further
information or interviews to either Coleen Reardon or Emily Summers from Deer Valley Resort.
Posted February 19, 2015
PARK CITY, Utah (February 19, 2015) – The Chateaux Deer Valley, located mid-mountain at Deer Valley Resort, proudly announces it has been awarded the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star award. Qualifying for the Four-Star award places The Chateaux on a coveted lists off 336 prestigious lodging establishments in the world and one of only 7 in Utah to earn the accolade.

“The Forbes Travel Guide Award is the global benchmark for luxury travel,” said Greg Gendron, hotel manager of The Chateaux Deer Valley. “Qualifying for the Four-Star status is an amazing accomplishment and validates the efforts of each member of our hotel team to make The Chateaux Deer Valley a luxurious and welcoming travel destination.”

Since its inception in 1958, the Forbes Travel Guide has used an objective set of judging criteria, unique among leading travel books, which sets national standards yet allows for regional and individual preferences. A carefully selected team of hospitality experts anonymously evaluates the establishments listed in the Guide, using a proprietary ratings process based on more than 500 rigorous and standardized criteria that are evaluated and updated annually. Properties must offer a level of experience appropriate to the cost, based on the quality of such items as décor, comfort, amenities and services.

“Earning a Four-Star distinction assures guests they will consistently benefit from a distinctive setting, inviting and interesting elements to enjoy, attention to detail throughout the property and staff that is accommodating and takes pride in catering to guests' specific needs,” said Gendron, who attended the award announcement ceremony.

For additional information regarding The Chateaux Deer Valley and the Forbes Four-Star award or any of the properties accolades, please contact John Perry at 435.659-6197 or Additional information about The Chateaux can be found at