How to Plan a Romantic Weekend at Sundance Resort, Utah

Whether you are planning an anniversary trip, couples' getaway or much-needed weekend away from the kids, Sundance Resort has all the makings for a perfect romantic trip. In fact, "Town and Country" magazine dubbed it "most romantic getaway." Whether visiting in the winter or summer, Sundance has what it takes to rekindle those old flames. Step away into luxury and nature for a perfect weekend for just the two of you.

Make reservations to stay in one of Sundance Resort's great rooms. You will definitely want to request a room with a fireplace in the winter. Complete with wood and matches for a nice crackling fire, all you have to add is some snuggling. Call (800) 892-1600 to book your room.

Take a glorious hike in the spring, summer or fall. Trails on the mountain are available for all skill levels. There are plenty of nice leisure trails as well as difficult climbing trails for the more adventurous. Plan on taking a picnic lunch for a relaxing afternoon.

Go skiing if you are visiting in the winter. Sundance has great trails for both downhill and cross-country skiing. Take a ski lesson if you need to brush up on your skills, or just hit the slopes.

Get a massage in the luxury spa after a long day outdoors. The spa is a natural, softly lit environment perfect for relaxing and letting go of your worries. To ensure an appointment that fits your schedule, make reservations in advance. Call (801) 223-4270 to ask any questions and book your spa getaway.

Enjoy dinner in the Tree Room. From candlelight to delectable entree choices, this restaurant spouts romance. It also has a fabulous dessert menu. Take some creme brulee or chocolate-truffle cake back to your room for a quiet dessert in front of the fire.

Take some music and a CD player with you to your room. Put on your favorite slow songs, and have a private dance party in your room. Dim the lights and dance the night away in front of the fireplace for the end to an incredibly romantic day.

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Things You Will Need

  • Hiking shoes
  • Skis
  • CD or MP3 player
  • Romantic music


  • Make lodging reservations well in advance.

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