Dakota Mountain Lodge

Fireplaces, steam showers, and granite counter top kitchens combine to deliver a stunning lodging experience.
Dakota Mountain Lodge, The Canyons, Utah

This grand new construction in the heart of The Canyons’ village opened in July, 2009 with 201 rooms and suites plus a 16,000-square-foot Golden Door Spa. The guest quarters—standard hotel rooms through six-bedroom suites—each have a fireplace, HDTV and steam shower, and each suite has a kitchen with Viking appliances and granite counters. San Francisco–based Spruce Restaurant opened a satellite location here, where chef Mark Sullivan carries on the franchise’s expertise in seasonal contemporary American cuisine. And with a location so key—ski-in/ski-out via the new Frostwood Gondola—Dakota guests will want for little. $179–$3,000 



Snowpine Lodge

Snowpine Lodge

Alta’s oldest lodge is quiet and secluded and the perfect place for somebody who wants to vanish and ski for a while.

The Alta Lodge

Alta Lodge

The Alta Lodge sits directly across from Alta’s marquee run, Alf’s High Rustler, and it’s within this context that the lodge operates. It’s about the skiing.