The maintenance man came shortly after and went to the many leads into the box. There is wireless Internet and also one of the games that the kids love to play as well as several other electrical items plugged in. He moved something and we had power to the television. He asked Len if there was anything else he could do and Len asked “Do you have a fridge for us?” He said that he had one and was it for us. It wasn’t a mini one, which we had at Disney world but a good size fridge with enough freezer space to keep our ice blocks frozen for when we leave. I tipped him and he left.
While perusing the different hotels available to us, we noticed that a lot of them didn’t have the amenities we had hoped for: a private bathroom and air conditioning, for instance. We didn’t want to share a bathroom or be uncomfortable at night, so we decided to go for a familiar hotel chain. May chains were well out of our price range. However, the holiday inn Brent Cross seemed perfect for us. The description said that it was located near a tube station and had a free shuttle back and forth to the tube. It also said that there was shopping nearby, as well as other attractions. Plus, the restaurant in the lobby was really appealing to us because we knew that we were going to do a lot of sight-seeing.
If you can spare no expense, ski-in/ski-out luxury, 4-star accommodations is the way to go. When staying on the slopes, everything you need is usually right there at the base of mountain and ski resort. All three resorts in town including Deer Valley, Park City and the Canyons all have a variety of accommodations right on the slopes.
If you are looking for a more homey feel while away from home, consider staying at the Springhill Suites Marriott. This hotel is comfortable decorated in traditional Marriott decor. It is also located just blocks away from the stadium for convienence.