The St. Regis Deer Valley (SRDV), one of the most luxurious resorts in the world, is reopened with a full slate of summer and fall activities plus four exciting dining venues, two of which include extensive outdoor seating. SRDV, nestled in the Wasatch Mountains of Park City, Utah, is a true year-round destination. Its location is ideal, within driving distance of many major cities and just 35 miles from the Salt Lake International Airport, a major gateway to the West. It is clear that this summer Americans are spending their vacation dollars domestically, and the Salt Lake International Airport’s passenger numbers are on the upswing as a result.
Hotel guests are returning for the Resort's many exciting outdoor activities including hiking for all levels with trailheads on the property; mountain biking on Park City’s 325 miles of trails; Blue Ribbon trout fishing; golfing at outstanding nearby courses with tee times scheduled by the St. Regis Concierge; touring Park City's historic Main Street, lined with award-winning restaurants, pubs, boutiques and galleries; enjoying a world-class luge run (yes, even in summer) at Utah Olympic Park; horseback riding; relaxing at the Resort’s two-tier infinity pool or working out at the state-of-the-art Athletic Club. Guests can also indulge their senses at the Resort’s Remède Spa in its pristine and relaxing private treatment rooms.
The Resort's family activities include Geocache Treasure Hunts, an exciting and captivating journey for children and adults alike, taking guests through the trails of Wasatch Valley in search of buried treasure; and the daily S’mores Tradition, which invites guests to design their own decadent, delicious treats around the Astor Terrace fire pit from 7:00-9:00 PM, using homemade marshmallows created by expert pastry chefs. For adults, special entertainments include the Champagne Sabering Tradition, held every evening at dusk, which allows guests learn the history of, and witness, a traditional sabering, while enjoying a complimentary taste of champagne or cider at this iconic ceremony.
The Resort's four outstanding dining venues are open with generously distanced seating. RIME, the Mountain Terrace, Brasserie 7452 and the St. Regis Bar & Lounge all feature menus by star local Chef Matthew Harris. The St. Regis Deer Valley has raised its already exacting standards to an even higher level, with a commitment to provide a safe environment that aligns with rigorous protocols. See fact sheet below for details about the different restaurant concepts and cuisines.
Reservations can be made on The St. Regis Deer Valley's dining website, or by calling +1 435-940-5760.
RIME serves traditional American cuisine in an elegantly rustic setting with breathtaking views of the Wasatch Mountains and Deer Valley Resort. RIME, with menus developed by Chef Matthew Harris, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in the dining rooms and on the outside terrace. Savor pristinely prepared fresh seafood and sustainably sourced prime cuts. Lunch entrées include Seared Tuna Salad, green beans, olives and tarragon dressing; and Yellow Fin Tuna Tartare served with chives, toast, olive oil and shallots. Dinner entrées including Lobster Pan Roast served with chorizo, aged sherry, corn and fingerling potatoes; and Idaho Trout served with creamed Summer corn, tomatoes and lime. Pair your menu selection with a bottle of wine from the award-winning 10,000+ bottle Wine Vault. RIME is open daily 7:00 AM-9:30 PM.
Enjoy majestic mountain views of Deer Valley and Deer Hollow Run while dining al fresco at the Mountain Terrace. The Mountain Terrace is perfect for an outdoor lunch, cocktail or a romantic dinner under the stars. Surrounded by the dramatic "Garden of Fire," the Mountain Terrace is a stunning venue for dining. Menu selections include Chilled Pea Soup served with peeky toe crab, parmesan foam and sourdough; and Steak Frites served with bavette and peppercorn sauce. The Mountain Terrace is the location of the complimentary daily Champagne Sabering Tradition at 6:30 PM, when a bottle of champagne is dramatically opened with a real saber. Guests learn the history, witness the traditional sabering, and may enjoy a complimentary tasting of champagne at this iconic ceremony that celebrates the transition from daytime to evening. Attire is mountain casual. The Mountain Terrace is open daily from 11:00 AM-3:30 PM and 4:30 PM-9:00 PM.
Delight in the light-filled bistro-style lounge surrounding a three-sided fireplace at Brasserie 7452. Guests of all ages can savor classics such as Maine Lobster Roll served with fresh steamed lobster, butter and French fries; a juicy Desert Mountain Ranch Cheeseburger, served with buttered bun, smoked tomato mayo, white cheddar, pickle and bibb lettuce; or Black Truffle Pizza served with fontina cheese, chicory and chives. Brasserie 7452 is open daily from 11:00 AM-3:30 PM and 4:30 PM-9:00 PM.
The St. Regis Bar & Lounge features stunning mountain views, vibrant murals that pay tribute to the history of Park City, supple leather seating, direct access to Mountain Terrace, and perfect menu selections to compliment libations, including Rocky Mountain Elk Meatballs served with spicy tomato sauce, ricotta, toast and mint; and Crispy Chicken Wings served with whiskey glaze and scallions. The St. Regis Bar & Lounge is the birthplace of the infamous 7452 Bloody Mary, the Resort's most popular libation. Crafted from a blend of The St. Regis' famous Bloody Mary mix and fine oat-distilled Vodka from local Park City High West Distillery, the 7452 is served with a black salt rim and wasabi-celery foam. The St. Regis Bar & Lounge is open daily from 11:00 AM-3:30 PM and 4:30 PM-9:00 PM.