Sundance Film Festival

The main lobby at Bear Hollow Village; Park City, UT

If you’re lucky enough to be heading out to Park City next week for the Sundance Film Festival, you’re gonna need a hotel to set up shop — one brimming with celebs, of course. The festival is probably more known for stars photographed in winter’s finest gear rather than the indie films it centers around, which means that the hotel scene is ripe for an A-list glimpse. Your best bet star search-wise would be to check out the Sky Lodge, a centrally located, upscale property with slick amenities like balconies with hot tubs and top to bottom stylized decor. If you’re hoping to hit the slopes, the 170-room Stein Eriksen Lodge offers ski-in, ski-out access to the powdery mountains of Deer Valley Resort. And should you be traveling with family in tow, look into Bear Hollow Village. With its super-cozy atmosphere (it has mini-condos and townhouses instead of traditional hotel rooms), the lack of Wi-Fi or a flat-screen TVs in some spaces is made up for by washer/dryers, fireplaces and sleek kitchens in every condo. Want more? Read the full guide to the 2012 Sundance Film Festival now >>

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