Full-service hospitality management company Davidson Hotels & Resorts has expanded its portfolio with the addition of the Snowpine Lodge.
The resort, which features 54 luxurious guest rooms and suites, is operated by Davidson’s lifestyle and luxury division Pivot Hotels & Resorts.
It is situated slopeside and features 14 deluxe dorm beds; Stillwell Spa; more than 10,000ft² of flexible indoor/outdoor event space; two dining experiences; a fully stocked game room.
Other amenities offered by Snowpine Lodge include a mountain-side pool and hot tubs, fitness centre and yoga studio; outdoor firepits; ski lockers and Utah’s oldest ski shop, the Deep Powder House Ski Shop.
Davidson Hotels & Resorts president Thom Geshay said: “As avid outdoor enthusiasts with extensive resort experience, we are honoured to welcome the Snowpine Lodge to the Pivot family.
“The unique history of the town and the overall development provides us with rich storytelling opportunities that we can use to create memorable experiences for our guests.”
The Snowpine Lodge, which is both the newest and oldest building in Alta, got its current name in 1938.
The property reopened its doors in January last year following a complete rebuild.
In November 2017, Davidson Hotels & Resorts added Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa, a 550-room full-service resort in Monterey, California, US to its portfolio. The property continues to operate under the Hyatt Regency brand and is managed by Davidson Hotels & Resorts.
Davidson Hotels & Resorts comprises 54 existing hotels and resorts, and more than 110 restaurants, bars and lounges.