The Cool Pool of the Week: The Waldorf Astoria Park City

Millennials looking for a stylish pool during their next ski vacation to Park City, UT, should look into the Waldorf Astoria Park City.

The hotel’s pool offers views of the mountains and is heated for year-round use. The expansive deck provides cabanas, lounge chairs and multiple hot tubs. Agents should note that the space can be rented for private functions and parties, but requires a full buyout of the hotel, as well. The pool’s bar, Scoop Sweets & Grill, offers ice cream, sorbet, gelato, BBQ items and a full bar.


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The pool deck area has luxurious cabanas for rent, will pool attendants to cater to guest’s food and beverage needs. The deck area also includes lounge chairs as well as table space and fire pits. Because the pool is heated year-round, it is also open throughout the ski season. Every evening throughout the year, the hotel offers s’mores around the hotel’s fire pit.

VIP Hot Tub Après

In the winter, after a long day, guests can indulge in a unique après with Waldorf Astoria Park City’s Hot Tube Après Ski Experience. The experience begins in one of the outdoor hot tubs, and guests can feast on oysters, artisan meats and cheeses, steamed pork buns and chocolate covered strawberries. Apres will include unlimited bottle water service to rehydrate and a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label. Guests stay warm as they make their way back to their room in a cozy Waldorf Astoria robe that they get to keep.

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