Auberge Resorts Collection to Manage The Lodge at Blue Sky in Utah

The Lodge at Blue Sky Winter Tavern

Auberge Resorts Collection has been selected to manage The Lodge at Blue Sky, a contemporary luxury resort under development near Park City, Utah. The resort will be part of the 3,500-acre Blue Sky Utah hospitality and recreational complex, developed by local Mike Phillips and situated in the Wasatch Mountains.

The Lodge at Blue Sky will comprise 46 rooms and suites as well as a camp with four luxury tents. Amenities include customizable outdoor adventures, a signature restaurant, and an Auberge spa. The motto of the Lodge at Blue Sky is “luxury with wild abandon,” which is exemplified by the lodge’s comforts and the complex’s variety of recreational activities. 

Located 25 minutes from Park City, Blue Sky is surrounded by pristine wilderness, granite peaks, green landscapes, and a spring-fed creek. The close proximity to Park City means it will be a destination for travelers looking for world-class skiing and snowboarding.

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Spread over 35 acres, Blue Sky will offer clean, functional and sustainable style and living with elements of its western roots brought in through the usage of rock, glass, steel and leather in its design.

Guests can partake in a myriad of outdoor pursuits from horseback riding, cattle working, fly-fishing, championship-caliber clay shooting, biking, and cross-country skiing. At the highest point of Blue Sky, guests will find a luxury yurt, offering guests views of the mountains, a lake for stand up paddle-boarding, and trails through the wilderness for hikes in summer or alpine touring in the winter.

Resort guests will be able to enjoy yoga, fitness training, meditation and treatments at the Auberge Spa (including rejuvenation in open air soaking pools near the creek). They can also visit the rustic Blue Sky Tavern, and experience the whiskey-making process at the award-winning High West Distillery, Utah’s first legal distillery (opened 1870). An exclusive concierge lounge in nearby Park City will cater to alpine skiers’ every need.

Construction is expected to begin in March 2017. For more information, visit

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