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Chain hotels and motels dot I-15 all along the Wasatch Front, and nearly always have availability. Every small town on the back side of the range has at least one good bed-and-breakfast, and most towns have both independent and chain motels. The ski resorts of Big and Little Cottonwood offer hotels from quaint to ultramodern. Condominiums dominate Park City lodging, but you also find high-end hotels, luxurious lodges, and well-run bed-and-breakfast inns. All this luxury means prices here tend to be higher than in other areas in the state during the winter. Prices drop significantly in the warmer months, when many properties offer package deals or special rates. Lodging in Provo tends to be more expensive during the week than on weekends.
Make reservations well in advance for busy ski holidays like Christmas, Presidents' Day, and Martin Luther King Day, and during January's Sundance Film Festival. As the mountain country is often on the cool side, lodging facilities at higher elevations do not need air-conditioning.
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