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The Stein Eriksen Lodge: One of America's Premier Ski Resorts

Posted: Jun. 26th, 2008  |  By JustLuxe Team
Luxury Resorts: The Stein Eriksen Lodge is one of America's first-class resorts as well as being a member of the exclusive international association of independent luxury resorts, Preferred Hotels & Resorts Worldwide and also boasts a Mobil four-star rating. Located high in the Wasatch Mountains, Stein Eriksen Lodge has immediate access to some of the best snow in the world at Deer Valley Resort.

The Stein Eriksen offers guests an ultimate year-round prized destination with its abundant sumptuousness and excellent and welcoming service. The lodge's 175 guest rooms and suites each offer exclusive, distinctive elements. The beauty and luxury of the rooms offer attractive décor and elegant furnishings. Every guest room has private jetted bathtubs and soft terrycloth robes for added comfort. The Luxury Suites are magnificently equipped with kitchens, elegant living rooms, stone fireplaces, master bedrooms, and oversized jetted bathtubs.

All of the Stein Eriksen guest rooms and suites provide standard modern amenities such as satellite television, a VCR/DVD player, CD/radio alarm clock, in-room safe as well as a humidifier, hair dryer, stocked refrigerator and coffee maker for a good morning start. Here guests feel both at home and indulged by the lavish setting the lodge manages to create. The lodge also offers a full service business center with copy, fax and computer services for business-traveling guests.

The Stein Eriksen Lodge in Utah is a superb site for world-class skiing during the winter and offers additional activities during summer such as biking, golfing, shopping, horseback riding, swimming, tennis and fishing. Guests have an incredible array of activities all year round amidst the magnificent Wasatch Mountains.

The Lodge also recommends its Spa, a beautifully intimate European sanctuary created to prepare guests for alpine activities and to improve their overall wellness. Highly trained professional therapists will help overcome the effects of high altitude and recover from strenuous physical activity. Guests are treated to a wide range of wellness treatments, such as healing wraps, fine pedicures to deep tissue massages for easing chronic tension. For those guests' seeking to keep in shape, the hotel also has an outdoor pool and fully equipped fitness center.

The Stein Eriksen recommends the luxurious mountainside Glitretind Restaurant open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekly for Sunday brunch offering live music. During the spring season the Glitretind serves casual cuisine and seasonal spirits on outdoor decks or in the relaxing atmosphere of the Troll Hallen Lounge.

Written by the staff writers of JustLuxe
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