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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Utah reviews

  • Perfect location, Beautiful surroundings, Spacious cabin, Attentive owners and the BEST snow!

    "Our family of six, including four tough-to-impress, older/grown kids spent mid-March at the cabin and EVERYONE had a wonderful experience! We had great communication with the owners from the beginning and, once there, they quickly answered every single (silly) question we asked. We landed at SLC late at night and were able to find the cabin and get in within 25-30 minutes. DO heed the 4x4 rental warning. We needed it on the last two days when we went overnight from highs of 66F to 12" of snow! The cabin itself is spacious; The owners threw in many nice details - different coffees, teas, soaps, bath salts, etc. The kitchen has every possible small appliance and cooking tool you could need - rice cooker, griddle, great pans, baking sheets, pyrex-es, etc. The long, beautiful kitchen counter and huge sofa allowed us to enjoy dinners and the ensuing lazy evenings together, after our tiring ski days. There's a nice fireplace inside and a great firepit area outside the front door. There's also a really nice creek not 50 steps from the cabin, which kept the kids entertained for hours with trout sightings and cool pools to wade into (yes, in March! :). Within a mile's walk, there is a popular rock climbing area (The Gate, The Thumb, etc.) that can keep you busy in good weather. Also, on our day off from skiing, we visited Lisa Falls and Hidden Falls - both are mild, short hikes for kids (or lazy/sore-legged teenagers ;) For other Utah first-timers - There are two main roads that lead you to the skiing areas - One to Snowbird and Alta (6 miles from cabin!). The other to Solitude and Brighton (about 20 minutes). Being that close to the ski areas not only made it quick and convenient to ski but also kept you in the mountain environment as opposed to a hotel in the nearby town. (~11 miles to the 24-hour WalMart) Additional random info: Although I am partial to Google Maps, use Apple Maps to map the cabin address. G-Maps did NOT find the address! For ski lift tickets, we went for a Super Pass which let us ski any of the four ski areas mentioned. We rented from Creekside Sports Rental (8a-5p) at the base of Snowbird's Entry #1. (again, just 6 miles away!). Creekside gave us a 40% discount with the SuperPass. Try to get the SuperPasses first - Creekside needs the actual pass (not your printed proof) to give you the discount. Brighton has night skiing. (not Wednesdays, I think.) The SuperPass lets you ski Brighton and Solitude on the same day."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 26, 2016
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  • Fabulous Vacation Spot!

    "We had our first family reunion with our four married children and six grandchildren (ages 1-6) and your home was a perfect fit for us. Two of the girls were in their last months of pregnancy so we planned on mostly just being at the house playing and enjoying each others company. Being out in the country in a private area that was very quiet was a big bonus. We loved that there was so much to do at the house that if was fun just being there and not feeling like we had to go out for entertainment. The game room was a favorite gathering spot. The living room was very spacious and had adequate furniture so we could all relax and visit together. The view out the large front window was great. We also enjoyed the hot tub, the playground set, the fire pit, the large screen TV for a movie night. We had hoped to use the shooting range, but ran out of time. There was plenty of sleeping space for all of us and each of the five couples had their own room. We did take a couple of trips to do some hiking. One day some of the adults went to Zion's to hike Observation Point. It was a beautiful hike for the able bodied. Another day everyone, including the babies, hiked Spring Creek Canyon. Our family loves to hike and there are many places to go within an hour or so. The only drawback was the lack of good wifi reception which was needed on a couple of occasions. But that wouldn't keep us from going back. We highly recommend this vacation home."
    Guest: Teresa W. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 17, 2016
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  • Great condo for families

    "We had a wonderful stay at Las Palmas. The property is very well taken care of and the pools were a cool addition for our family. Great parking and close to town for restaurants and shopping. The kitchen was stocked with appliances and everything needed for a week's stay. Would recommend the property and the management. Looking forward to next year's stay already."
    Guest: Tjiske S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 4, 2016
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  • Perfect

    "Mark, the owner was easy to work with. The place is nice, fairly new, has everything. Perfect location, walking to St. Regis and Deer Valley. Stay here; just not during the time when we want to come back."
    Guest: Adam S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 5, 2016
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