Published On: September 10, 2021|By |Categories: Park City|Tags: |

Updated: January 21, 2022

As of January 21, 2022, the Utah Legislature voted to terminate Summit County’s COVID-19 mask mandate. Effective immediately, residents and visitors in Park City and surrounding communities are no longer required to wear a mask in public. This bill (SJR3) does not overturn the policies of local businesses, including Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort, which both require that guests wear face masks while indoors. Please consult and for policies that might affect your stay.

Due to the increased risk of the COVID-19 Omicron variant, the CDC strongly suggests that even fully vaccinated individuals wear masks while indoors in areas of substantial or high community transmission.

Please bring a face covering with you when you visit Park City and be sure to read posted signage at the businesses that you visit. Our vacation rental units are located in buildings that are not owned by All Seasons Resort Lodging and each building has different masking requirements. As a company, we will continue to follow all local and state health guidance to prioritize your safety and comfort.

We hope you’re well and are staying safe. Our staff has been working hard to ensure that when you’re ready to travel again, we’re here to welcome you and provide the best possible vacation experience.

We will do our best to keep this page updated as health guidance changes. We encourage you to visit the Summit County Health Department’s website to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information prior to visiting.

Without further ado (you can jump to questions using the links below):

Are You Open?

Yes! Specific measures we’ve taken to act within state and county health guidelines are discussed throughout this post.

Am I Required to Wear a Face Covering When I Visit Park City?

Yes. As of 12:01 AM on January 7, 2022 the Summit County Health Department requires that all residents and visitors to Park City wear an approved face covering while inside public indoor facilities or waiting in lines.

What Are Your Cleaning, Sanitizing, and Disinfecting Protocols?


As always, All Seasons Resort Lodging is diligently cleaning and preparing each vacation rental home and condo before guests arrive. The following frequently touched areas are regularly disinfected by our trained housekeeping staff using powerful disinfectants.

  • Doorknobs
  • Fans and lamp chains
  • Garbage cans
  • Ironing boards and irons
  • Common area keys (if applicable)
  • Light switches
  • Railings
  • Remote controls
  • Tabletops
  • Thermostats
  • Windowsills and window handles
  • All appliance handles, knobs, and keypads
  • Cabinet handles and pulls
  • Hard-surface chairs
  • Sink faucets and basin
  • Counter tops
  • Soap dispensers
  • Bedside tables
  • Alarm clocks
  • Luggage racks
  • Cabinet pulls
  • Sink faucets and basin
  • Shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, and soap dispensers
  • Shower curtains and doors
  • Shower and tub
  • Toilets

Common Areas

Our common areas have been modified to comply with all health and safety recommendations set by health officials. We’ve taken steps to ensure social distancing in all aspects of our operations. Read more about how we’re keeping our guests, homeowners, and employees safe during the COVID-19 pandemic here.

Are Your Pools, Hot Tubs, and Fitness Rooms Open?

Yes! All of our pools, hot tubs, and fitness rooms are open unless specifically noted otherwise.

Private in-unit hot tubs are open.

Do You Offer a Contact-Free Check-In Option?

Direct-To-Door Check-In

Yes! All of our Residence Collection Vacation Homes are direct-to-door check-ins with keyless entry. You simply book a reservation, and we’ll email you detailed check-in instructions with a unique door code, driving directions, and a phone number to contact us if you need any help checking in.

When you’re ready to check out, simply close the door and your unique entry code expires at our normal check-out time of 11 am.

On-Site Check-In Areas

The check-in areas for our other vacation rentals have been updated to allow for social distancing between guests and plexiglass dividers between guests and our guest service staff.

  • During normal business hours, an employee is at the check-in area behind an acrylic guard to assist guests and homeowners.
  • Guest check-in envelopes are in a stand near the check-in area and contain either a sanitized room key or a code for keyless access to the room.

Here’s what you can expect at our check-in areas. Pictured is our Silver King reception.

Silver King Hotel's New Touch-Free Check-In Stands
Silver King Hotel's New Front Desk Setup for COVID-19 Safety - Velvet Ropes, Touch-Free Check-In, and Acrylic Barriers
COVID-19 Front Desk Barriers at Silver King Hotel in Park City

Will still offer after-hours check-in, allowing guests to pick up the keys to their unit from a kiosk—no face-to-face contact necessary!

Are Park City Restaurants and Bars Open?

Restaurants and bars are open.

Many restaurants will continue to offer their full menus for curbside pickup and/or delivery through services like Doordash and Grubhub. Our local newspaper, Park Record, is maintaining a list of restaurants in Park City that are offering curbside pickup and delivery.

What Events Have Been Cancelled?

In an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19, many events have been cancelled. The Park City Chamber of Commerce is maintaining a list of virtual events that are both free and paid, so you can enjoy Park City from your vacation rental or from your very own living room!