Need somewhere to crash during Sundance? Try the new Sky Lodge, a 33-suite property opening the day after Christmas in Park City. The flats come with granite counter tops and Sub-Zeros in the kitchen, in addition to stuff like leather sofas, flat-screens, and Bose surround sound—and, oh, yeah, jaw-dropping views of the Wasatch Mountains. Wannabe Weinsteins can book the top-floor penthouse ($2,500/night) and screen DVDs in the theater den, mix drinks at the wet bar, and let indie starlets beat them at pool on the house table. The lodge also has four restaurants, including a seafood spot, Fin, and Zoom, which features American cuisine and is owned by the blond dude who started the festival. And if you need to thaw out after a day on the slopes, try one of six handmade, wood-heated Japanese baths, known as ofuro. As if Sundance was ever about the movies.