Black Rock Resort | Two Bedroom Condo

2 BR
2 Baths
Sleeps 6

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Two Bedroom Condo at Black Rock Resort

Property Highlights

• NEW Resort w/ Spacious open floor plan and two primary suites

• World Class Resort Amenities–Fitness Center, Hot Tub, Arcade, Pool, Sauna, Firepit

• New smart HDTVs throughout

• Fully stocked kitchen

• Private washer/dryer

• Free Resort Shuttle - No Car Needed!

• 24-hour Front Desk

• Award-winning, onsite dining options

LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION!

- Richardson Flat Park n' Ride Bus Stop = 1 mile

- Park City Mountain Village = 6 miles

- Park City Canyons Village = 8 miles

- Deer Valley Main Base = 7 miles

- Deer Valley Mayflower Base = 6.5 miles

- Deer Valley Jordanelle Express = 7 miles

Welcome to Black Rock Resort! Our condo is conveniently located on the quiet first floor, which is great for our guests!. The home features a bright and spacious open floor plan, perfect for entertaining family or friends. The fully stocked kitchen has everything needed to make and enjoy meals at home. You can grab a morning coffee at the breakfast bar, and the dining room is perfect for family game nights or meals. Next to the kitchen is the living room, which has comfortable seating, a new smart HDTV, and a large gas fireplace. We also have a convenient washer and dryer, keeping your wardrobe fresh during your stay easy.

Both bedrooms are tailored to offer comfortable accommodations for up to six guests. The primary suite is a spacious sanctuary featuring a sumptuous king bed, promising a peaceful night's rest after a day of outdoor adventures. The second suite features two queen beds, ensuring ample space for friends or family.

Nestled in the heart of the Wasatch Mountain Range, Black Rock Mountain Resort offers the perfect blend of adventure, relaxation, and breathtaking scenery, creating an unforgettable vacation experience that you may find difficult to leave behind. Just a short 10-minute drive from the vibrant Main Street of Park City and the upcoming Deer Valley East Village, this resort serves as an ideal base for exploring the region's diverse attractions and activities.

Park City is a year-round destination, offering something for everyone, from enjoying the Greatest Snow on Earth to kayaking on Jordanelle. The area boasts deep lakes, winding rivers, and 400 miles of trails, perfect for hiking and mountain biking enthusiasts. The Utah Olympic Park is nearby and offers thrilling activities such as ziplining, ropes courses, and extreme tubing. Winter sports enthusiasts will be delighted by the world-class skiing and snowboarding available at two nearby resorts: Park City Mountain, the largest ski resort in the country, and Deer Valley Resort, with its impressive 2,000 skiable acres.

Black Rock Mountain Resort offers the perfect blend of adventure, relaxation, and breathtaking natural beauty, guaranteeing an unforgettable Park City vacation!

FREE SKI RENTAL is included - ask us for details

Virtual Concierge Service – Our team members are available 24/7

Each Home is Professionally Cleaned & Maintained

Mid-Stay Housekeeping is Available; Please Ask Us For Details

Keyless Entry at all iTrip Homes (excluding resorts) – no need to pick up keys

Please keep in mind each home is individually owned. Homeowners may update their houses by decorating, moving furniture around, etc. We update our guests on all significant changes.

909 W Peace Tree Trail., #206 Hideout, UT 84036

Sleeping Arrangements

Primary Bedroom King
Guest Bedroom Queen (2)

Bathroom Configuration

Primary En Suite: Toilet, Shower
Guest Bathroom: Toilet, Combo Tub Shower

Property Rules

Check In: After 4pm
Check Out: Before 10am
Smoking: Not Allowed

Amenities

3 HDTV's
Air Conditioning
Art Galleries
Bakery
Baking Sheet
Balcony
Bars
Bathtub
Bed Linens
Big Screen TV
Blender
Body Soap
Body Wash
Breakfast Bar
Cable
Carbon Monoxide Detector
Chef's Kitchen
Cleaning Available During Stay
Clothes Dryer
Clubhouse Sauna
Coffee Maker
Comcast TV
Communal Hot Tub
Communal Pool
Conditioner
Convenience Store
Cooking Basics
Cooking Basics (pots
Covered Patio
Daily Cleaning Available
Deck
Department Store
Dining Room
Dining Table
Dishes and Silverware
Dishwasher
Disinfected
Doctor
Eco-Friendly
Egyptian Theatre
Elevator
Enhanced Cleaning
Essentials
Event Friendly
Family Friendly
Fire Pit
Fireplace
Fitness Center
Fitness Room
Formal Dining Room
Free Parking
Free Resort Shuttle
Freezer
Full Kitchen
Game Room
Gas Station
Gift Shop
Gourmet Kitchen
Great for Families
Grocery Or Supermarket
Gym
HDTV
Hair Dryer
Hair dryer
Hangers
Hardwood Floors
Heated Pool
Heating
Hot Tub
Hot Water
Hot Water Kettle
Ice Maker
Internet
Internet Access
Iron and Board
Kitchen
Kitchen Island
L-shaped Leather Couch;
Laundry
Laundry Room
Linens Provided
Liquor Store
Long Term Stays Allowed
Luggage Drop Off Alllowed
Luggage Drop Off Allowed
Meal Delivery
Meal Takeaway
Microwave
Mountain View
Netflix
No Car Needed
On Free Shuttle Route
Open Patio
Outdoor Furniture
Oven
Oven and Range
Park City Resort
Parking
Patio
Perfect Main Street Location Near Town Lift
Pet Friendly
Pharmacy
Plunge Pool
Pool Table
Prime Location
Private Balcony
Private Covered Deck
Public Transportation
Refrigerator
Resort Access
Restaurants
Room Darkening Shades
Satellite or Cable
Self Check-In
Shampoo
Shopping
Shower Gel
Smoke Detector
Stove
Supermarket
TV's in All Bedrooms
Toaster
Toilet Paper
Tourist Attraction
Towels
Video Games
WIFI
Washing Machine
Wifi
Wine Glasses
Wireless Internet Access
Zip Line
arcade
fire extinguisher
games
great for kids
pans etc.)
smart tv
ATM
Nightlife Venues
Park City Historic Main Street
Recreation Facilities
Ski Shops
Weddings
Bar
Base of Ski Resort
Cafe
Concierge
DVD Player
Daily Maid Service
Establishment
Food
Garage
Gear Shop
Gondola
Health
Heat
Locality
Lodging
Micro Breweries
Park City Town Lift
Point Of Interest
Private Entrance
Resort Village
Restaurant
Spa
Store
Wi-Fi
24-hour Front Desk
Lounge

Map

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Frequently Asked Questions

ABOUT SERVICE DOGS
  The ADA regulations provide that the work or tasks performed by the service dog must be directly related to the person’s disability and specifically mention the following examples:
·      assisting persons who are blind or have low vision to navigate or other tasks,
·      alerting persons who are deaf or hard of hearing to the presence of people or sounds,
·      assisting an individual having a seizure,
·      pulling a wheelchair,
·      alerting a person to the presence of allergens,
·      retrieving items such as medicine or the telephone,
·      providing physical support and assistance with balance or stability to a mobility-impaired person,
·      preventing or interrupting impulsive or destructive behaviors in persons with psychiatric or neurological disabilities.
SERVICE ANIMALS ARE NOT PETS
We get a lot of requests to make reasonable accommodations for Service Dogs and Assistance Animals. Service animals are not pets. They are trained to work and aid their handlers. We are always willing to waive our standard Pet Fees and make accommodations for TRUE Service Dogs and Assistance Animals in our pet-friendly and Pet vacation rental properties in accordance with the ADA regulations and Fair Housing Laws, in which we are very well versed. However, as much as we all love dogs, as much as we respect service animals and what they do, and as much as we want everyone to be comfortable on vacation, we have a duty to our property owners and to future guests to uphold the rule of law. The laws governing Service Dogs and Assistance Animals are much more nuanced and in-depth than one may think from a cursory search on the internet. There is a lot of false information out there.
PETS ARE NOT SERVICE ANIMALS
Unfortunately, we get a LOT of people who claim that their pet is a Service Dog or Assistance Animal. We know that many websites and organizations will help people try to portray their pet as a Service Dog or Assistance Animal without meeting any legal requirements through online or mail-in “certifications.” Please know that currently, there is no legally recognized organization for registering service dogs or assistance animals. These websites make money off people who do not know any better.
People falsely claiming a pet is a Service Dog or Assistance Animal can face extreme punishments, including hefty fines and even imprisonment. Know that out of our love and respect for Service Dogs and Assistance Animals, we have a zero-tolerance policy on misrepresentation, and we report all suspected offenders while pushing for full prosecution. We know that some people have been misinformed or misled by websites and organizations that try to sell a “Service Dog” certification to owners of pets that are not qualified or needed. If you are one of these people, we caution you.

Service animal

In most cases, a service animal is a dog trained to perform a task that mitigates the symptoms or impact of the handler's disability. Some common types of service animals include: 
  • Guide dogs for the blind 
  • Hearing alert dogs for the deaf 
  • Seizure alert dogs 
  • Assistance dogs for a handler with autism or other developmental disability and mental illnesses such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 

Emotional support animal

Emotional support animals are not trained to perform a specific task. They are companion animals who help their owners cope with the symptoms of emotional and mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression, and panic disorders. Emotional support animals are not allowed in public places, with only a few exceptions. 


Therapy animal 

Therapy animals and their owner are certified or registered to enter long-term care facilities, hospitals, rehab centers, schools, and other public places by invitation. They are often used to complement several types of health care. Therapy animals are generally not protected by service animal access laws.

Rights and responsibilities of service animal handlers 

  • Handlers are not generally denied the right to stay at a property because they require a service animal. 
  • Handlers generally don’t have to disclose their disability or what causes their disability. 
  • They must be willing to confirm that the animal is a service animal and attest to what task the animal performs. 
  • Handlers must have their animal under control either on a leash or by verbal command if they are unable to use a leash. They must pick up after the animal and dispose of waste appropriately. 
  • Handlers must keep their service animal with them. At no time may they be left unattended. 

Host's rights and responsibilities 

  • The host may ask if the animal is a service animal and what tasks the animal performs. 
  • We will not charge a pet fee or increase the security deposit amount for service animals since they’re not pets. However, we can charge for damage above and beyond reasonable usage caused by the handler and their service animal. 
  • We will offer the same level of quality and value for services and products. That includes doing everything we can to help the handler feel safe, welcome, and understood. 
Begin your day at the Deer Valley Jordanelle Ticket Office, which is literally right off Highway 40. Skiers can hop on the Jordanelle Express Gondola and easily access Little Baldy Peak, its ski runs, and the rest of the resort’s runs.

For pricing, questions, and more details, please get in touch with Deer Valley Directly. 


 
Please note this policy does not apply to homes listed as "pet-friendly."


Our house rules strictly prohibit unattended animals, including Service and Emotional Support Animals, to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for everyone.

Please get in touch with us for further information.
POOL AND SPA

If equipped, spa heating is included. Pool heating, unless solar-equipped, incurs an additional fee and must be paid for before use. Guest agrees not to tamper with pool heat controls or manipulate the heater in any way. Pool heat shall not surpass 86 degrees.

The guest acknowledges the absence of fencing or security around the pool and spa area. Guest fully comprehends and accepts responsibility and liability for any damages incurred by the pool, spa, and its accompanying equipment due to Guest misuse and/or negligence.
Safety is our top priority. If you are staying at a home with a private pool or hot tub, please abide by the following rules. They are in place for your protection.

 WARNING – NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY / BATHERS SHOULD NOT SWIM ALONE / CHILDREN 14 AND UNDER SHOULD NOT USE POOL WITHOUT RESPONSIBLE ADULT SUPERVISION
 

Pool Safety Rules

For your safety, please follow all rules and guidelines. 
These rules are here to help prevent accidents and maintain a safe and enjoyable environment for all guests. 
In the event of an emergency, please call 911.

  • Please Enter / Exit The Pool Safely 
  • No glass in or near the pool or hot tub
  • Please, NO running, diving, or horseplay around the hot tub or pool 
  • Please do not use the pool or hot tub if you are under the influence of alcohol or narcotics. 
  • No animals are allowed in the hot tub, pool, or pool area*
  • Please do not bring balloons or confetti in or around the pool or hot tub*
  • Please do not add any chemicals to the pool* 
  • Absolutely No Swimming During a Thunderstorm
  • Do not add anything to the hot tub or pool - this includes bubbles, scented oils etc*

Quiet Hours

Quiet hours are from 10 pm to 8 am*


*Violations are subject to a minimum charge of $250. 


Here at iTrip Park City ensuring a clean, comfortable and safe environment for our guests is our top priority. We strive to maintain high standards in every home we manage. Part of our high standards includes using the triple sheeting method on each bed in every home.

What is Triple Sheeting?

Triple sheeting is a technique where three sheets are used to make a bed instead of a duvet cover or bedspread.

  1. The first sheet is placed on top of the mattress protector and can be a fitted or tucked in flat sheet.
  2. Next is a flat sheet which lays between the guest and the warmth layer (a plush blanket insert)
  3. Finally, a third sheet (often referred to as a top cover) is used on top of the blanket/insert. The top cover often has decorative stripes or a jacquard woven design to add a touch of sophistication to the guest room.

We are dedicated to sourcing linens that meet our standards for softness and durability. This helps to provide that awesome feeling when our guests can climb into a clean, well made bed. 

BRINGING A SERVICE DOG OR ASSISTANCE ANIMAL

  When planning to bring a service dog or assistance animal to an allowed vacation rental home:

All service dogs and assistance animals must be declared at the time of booking whenever possible and before the check-in date.

As the handler, be prepared to answer the following questions:

For Service Dogs:
1. Do you or a person in your party need this animal to accompany them due to a disability?
2. What work or tasks has the animal been trained to perform that relate to the disability?

For Assistance Animals:
1. Does the person seeking to bring the animal have a disability, i.e., a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities?
2. Does the animal work, provide assistance, perform tasks or services for the benefit of the person with the disability, or provide emotional support that alleviates one or more of the identified symptoms or effects of the person’s disability?
 
If you are a guest at a private home, we will take care of taking the garbage cans out for collection and in once they're emptied.

A team member may enter the garage during your stay to access the cans or put them away. 

They do not have access to the inside of home. 

If you are staying in a home with a wood-burning fireplace, please read and follow the guidelines listed below:

How to Use The Wood-Burning Fireplace

To use the wood-burning fireplace, you must have dry wood. This is not something that iTrip supplies; however, it can be purchased at nearby stores.

Before starting a fire, ensure the flue is fully open - this is crucial for allowing smoke to escape from the house.
Only use wood in the fireplace; do not add paper, fire starters, or pinecones.
It is important to stay in the room until the fire is completely extinguished.

To ensure the safety and efficiency of your wood-burning fireplace, there are a few important guidelines to follow. These guidelines will not only keep you and your home safe, but they will also help you get the most out of your fireplace.

Dry wood is essential when using a wood-burning fireplace. Wet or damp wood can create excess smoke and lead to a build-up of creosote in the chimney, which can be highly flammable. It is recommended to use seasoned wood that has been left to dry for at least six months.

While we do not supply wood for your fireplace, there are many stores nearby where you can purchase it (including 7 11 and most grocery stores). Make sure to only buy high-quality dry wood from reputable sources. Avoid using treated or painted wood, as they can release harmful chemicals into the air when burned.

Before starting a fire, always make sure that the flue is fully open. This allows for proper ventilation and prevents smoke from entering your home. It is also important to keep the flue open until the fire has been completely extinguished.

Never add paper, fire starters, or pinecones when burning wood in the fireplace. These materials can cause sparks and increase the risk of a chimney fire. Stick to using only dry wood in the fireplace.

Lastly, always stay in the room while the fire is burning and never leave it unattended. This will ensure that you are aware of any potential hazards and can take action if needed. Once the fire has been extinguished, make sure to properly dispose of the ashes in a metal container and store them outside, away from any flammable materials.

If you have any questions, please contact us, and we would be happy to help. 

Please treat this privately owned home respectfully, as you would your own.
 
  • We kindly ask that you respect all neighbors.
  • Please observe the quiet hours indicated in your check-in instructions. Typically quiet hours are from 10 pm to 6 am; Failure to comply may result in fines.
  • Our policy strictly prohibits parties. Violations may result in additional cleaning fees AND immediate eviction without a refund.
  • Kindly remove your ski boots upon entering the house.
  • This is a non-smoking home. Violations may result in additional cleaning fees AND immediate eviction without a refund.
  • Unless otherwise indicated, the home is not pet-friendly. Please, no pets in the home or on the premises. 
No Party Policy

As indicated on the rental agreement, all iTrip Park City properties have a strict no-party policy. 

For everyone's safety, do not exceed the listed max occupancy of the home and amenities.

Unless otherwise listed, quiet hours are from 10 pm to 7 am. Please observe them and be respectful of the home and neighbors. 

All properties and homes are non-smoking. 

Parking rules must be followed. The city is very generous with its parking tickets and towing. 

Violations are subject to immediate eviction without refund. 

Please contact us if you have questions or concerns.

We appreciate your cooperation. 
To ensure the comfort of all guests (including your service animal) we ask that you please provide us with advance notification if service animal assistance is required.

Please let us know if there are any other special considerations we can arrange to make your stay more comfortable. 
 

TAKE TIME TO BE KIND

We want everyone to have a great stay but we understand that things may break or some items may get overlooked. Please reach out and we'll do our best to get them fixed in a timely manner.

We do ask that all guests TAKE TIME TO BE KIND. Common courtesy goes a long way. Sadly since the pandemic we have all witnessed an increase in disrepectful, aggressive or unacceptable behavior. Our team has taken a lot of abuse as they have experienced some very unkind guests.

Misunderstandings are one of the leading causes of complaints. Please make sure you read everything we send to you. This includes the entire rental listing, all of our house rules, all photos, all emails & texts and all the help articles in your iTrip account. This helps avoid misunderstandings.

For our own safety and security we have a zero tolerance rule with guests who are rude, abusive, discourteous or argumentative. We do not and will not engage any more beyond asking them to read our TAKE TIME TO BE KIND policy.

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