The Official Blog of
Treasure Mountain Inn
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
It's official. Andy's running for mayor of our cute little hamlet.
Friday, May 18, 2012
The Blue Iguana, currently located at 628 Park Avenue is movin' on up into the newly remodeled, elevated restaurant at the Treasure Mountain Inn...and they're opening for breakfast starting on Memorial Day Weekend.
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Thanks to Traveler's Insurance for returning Historic Bark [sic] City to its rightful owners. Travelers Insurance, with the help of Smuggler Films and some Hollywood magic, brought all the best things to Main Street--dogs (lots and lots of dogs), early snow (not all of it real), an old fashioned charcuterie, Christmas, and most noticeably, people and activity. All of this in early November...
Click here for the full youtube video.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Treasure Mountain Inn gets a Facelift!
Yesterday we broke ground on the long awaited remodel of the North End of Treasure Mountain Inn. This is the final phase of our 10 year plan to renovate the hotel. Highlights include: a glass elevator, new ADA ramp and outside dining overlooking Main Street.
Sunday, March 27, 2011
Yeah, yeah. We know. It's April Fool's day (almost), but thanks to the 350+ inches of snow year-to-date, we're still skiing. In fact, with all this white stuff lying around and falling from the sky, we'd be foolish if we WEREN'T skiing!
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
PRESS RELEASE -- Pioneering Eco-Boutique Recognized for Sustainable Business Practices
Park City, Utah (February 2011) – Treasure Mountain Inn, Park City’s only green-certified, 100% carbon neutral hotel, is the inaugural recipient of Park City Municipal’s new Environmental Heroes Award, a recognition of local leaders who are working hard to protect the natural environment in Park City and beyond. Andy Beerman and Thea Leonard, co-owners of Treasure Mountain Inn (TMI) , accepted the award from Park City Mayor Dana Williams during a recent City Council meeting.
In announcing the award, Mayor Williams congratulated Treasure Mountain Inn for its “long-standing example of environmental stewardship in our community. TMI has adopted green practices which extend far beyond day-to-day business operations and reflect a genuine concern for the future of our planet and the long-term sustainability of our environment.” The Mayor continued, “[Treasure Mountain Inn] is proof that doing good business can, and should, include doing what’s right for future generations as well.”
Friday, February 25, 2011
It's mid-season in the Wasatch, and the snow conditions are outstanding! After a January 'drought' we are enjoying a cold and snowy February. Park City received nearly 30" this week (in town) and it's still snowing. The powder is light, deep and easy to ski/ride. The next two weeks look like a mixture of storms and sunshine--classic Utah weather! With spring around the corner, it's the perfect time to plan a trip and get your 'powder' fix.
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