Montage Deer Valley to Re-Open July 1

The Mountain Resort Welcomes Guests to Experience the Beauty of Summer and the Wonders of Nature in Park City, Utah, With a Special "Spirit of Now" Package

USA, Park City, Utah. June 18, 2020

After dreaming about travel, a new day is on the horizon and Montage Deer Valley is looking forward to welcoming guests back to its mountainside sanctuary beginning July 1. With travelers seeking wellness and solace now more than ever, the year-round resort is an ideal location to make new memories with family, friends, and loved ones. The Montage Hotels & Resorts' "Spirit of Now" package offers guests flexible *booking and an incredible value with a resort credit of up to $300/night and an upgrade upon check-in. In addition, Montage Deer Valley has relaxed booking guidelines and cancellation fees will be waived up to 48-hours prior to arrival.

"We have been looking forward to the reopening of the resort and welcoming travelers to experience the beauty, relaxation and the surrounding wonders of nature at Montage Deer Valley," said Joseph Mattioli, general manager at Montage Deer Valley. "We are pleased to share the finest attributes of the resort and showcase our personalized service and elevated hospitality, while ensuring guests' peace of mind, safety, and comfort."

Reminiscent of the great mountain lodges of the West, Montage Deer Valley invites guests to indulge in a remarkable getaway. Guests can enjoy classic continental cuisine at the resort's all-day signature restaurant, Apex, and enjoy American fare and craft cocktails created from the finest ingredients at Burgers & Bourbon. A sushi menu will now be offered on the private sundeck at the resort's open-air swimming pool, and in-room dining will also be available.

The healing power of nature guides the relaxing, wellness-focused experience at the 35,000 square-foot Spa Montage Deer Valley, which is open with limited capacity for guests to experience indigenous treatments and services including the indoor mosaic lap pool showcasing breathtaking scenic views. The resort's on-site outfitter, Compass Sports, is open on weekends and on demand to host guests for offsite adventure and recreation including nearby golf, blue-ribbon fly-fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and many more outdoor pursuits that can be arranged. The resort is also offering its well-known Montage Expeditions for intimate and personalized group experiences including excursions to Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and Grand Canyon National Park. All Montage Expeditions are choreographed with premium ground transportation, round-trip private air transportation, chef-prepared gourmet dining, and a dedicated Compass Sports Tour Guide.

In addition to Montage International's **Peace of Mind Commitment, the brand has also partnered with One Medical, a leading national digital health and primary care organization, to offer 24/7 virtual care services. Montage Deer Valley guests will be offered a complimentary 30-day membership to One Medical's full suite of digital health services, while resort associates receive an annual membership.

For more information on Montage Deer Valley, please visit www.montagehotels.com/deervalley.

* There is no deposit required at time of booking, nor will there be any cancellation fee if notified 48 hours prior to arrival.

**The property invites guests to visit Montage Deer Valley, knowing their health and safety are top of mind, and has taken steps to add additional health and safety protocols.


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Media Contacts:

Nathalie Herrera
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Hawkins International
T: 212-255-6541
E: nathalie@hawkpr.com
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Catherine Kirchheimer
Director of Sales & Marketing
Montage Deer Valley
T: 435-604-1331
E: Catherine.Kirchheimer@montage.com
W: http://www.montagehotels.com/deervalley

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