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Ski trip in Park City, UT – where to stay

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Hi, our family of 4 has flight to SLC for Feb 2018. We are considering 1) the Westgate (where we have stayed before), 2) the Sundial Lodge, or 3) the Newpark Resort. Everything else is too expensive or not avail. We thought the Westgate was fine, the pool was great but the rooms were hit or miss, and even though it was ski in ski out to one lift, it wasn't close to anything else, still had to drive to restaurants and grocery stores. The Sundial looks possibly more convenient location wise, but the rooms look older and some look kind of gross. The Newpark I know is not even in Park City or Canyons, but if we have to drive or take the shuttle everyday to restaurants anyway, then I'd rather we stay in a nicer, bigger, cleaner place that has a Whole Foods, movie theatre and restaurants next door. When we ski, we enjoy eating in at night to watch movies rather than eating out at restaurants when everyone is tired and just wants to relax. Which is a better choice and any other suggestions? Will we regret the hassle of trekking from the Newpark everyday? The Westgate costs the most, Sundial and Newpark are about the same. Thanks!

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