From the Bachelorette Party to the exchanging of marriage vows and the reception that follows, The Sky Lodge has the perfect wedding location to suit your needs, bringing a little style to your big day; the Japanese inspired Amatsu Spa provides the perfect Zen venue to prepare your bridal party and prep that wedding dress, outdoor ceremonies can be held on the Sky Blue or penthouse deck, both providing mountain views for miles, Wedding Receptions held at Sky Blue offer a stylish alternative to the typical reception hall, while the Wasatch Room opens things up a bit for larger parties with style! After all the fun, your guests can retire to their beautifully appointed suites for a night of relaxation.
The Sky Blue Deck provides the perfect wedding ceremony venue. A purpose-built stage elevates the wedding party to the perfect height. Throw in a trademark Park City mountain sunset and you’ve get the perfect wedding ceremony. Afterwards step into Sky Blue for your wedding reception with style.
For more intimate weddings still in need of a fabulous venue, look no further than The Sky Loge Penthouse. Overlooking downtown Park City as well as panoramic mountain views, the Penthouse deck provides the stunning vantage point of a lifetime. After the wedding ceremony, party away in the penthouse’s luxurious expanse, or retire to any of the other fabulous wedding reception venues The Sky Lodge has to offer.
The Wasatch Room
The largest of The Sky Lodge’s wedding venues, The Wasatch Room offers the greatest flexibility for getting everyone together. Use it as an ideal location for a large, buffet-style or seated rehearsal dinner, or throw all the furniture out and have the biggest dance party reception Park City has ever seen.
The Wine Room
The wine room provides the ideal venue for an intimate retreat. Perfectly appointed for classy rehearsal dinners, or the post-wedding night breakfast. The wine room’s historic setting features a private bar and a welcoming fireplace. Also a great location for an anniversary dinner, because why wouldn’t you want to come back to the place where your life started?